Modern Masters Visual Spoiler (Complete)

Adarkar Valkyrie Amrou Scout

Amrou Seekers Angel's Grace

Auriok Salvagers Avian Changeling

Blinding Beam Bound in Silence

Cenn's Enlistment Cloudgoat Ranger

Court Homunculus Dispeller's Capsule

Elspeth, Knight-Errant Ethersworn Canonist

Feudkiller's Verdict Flickerwisp

Gleam of Resistance Hillcomber Giant

Ivory Giant Kataki, War's Wage

Kithkin Greatheart Meadowboon

Otherworldly Journey Pallid Mycoderm

Path to Exile Reveillark

Saltfield Recluse Sanctum Gargoyle

Sandsower Stir the Pride

Stonehewer Giant Terashi's Grasp

Test of Faith Veteran Armorer

Yosei, the Morning Star Æthersnipe

Careful Consideration Cryptic Command

Dampen Thought Echoing Truth

Errant Ephemeron Erratic Mutation

Esperzoa Etherium Sculptor

Faerie Mechanist Gifts Ungiven

Glen Elendra Archmage Keiga, the Tide Star

Kira, Great Glass-Spinner Latchkey Faerie

Logic Knot Meloku the Clouded Mirror

Mothdust Changeling Mulldrifter

Narcomoeba Pact of Negation

Peer Through Depths Perilous Research

Pestermite Petals of Insight

Reach Through Mists Riftwing Cloudskate

Scion of Oona Spell Snare

Spellstutter Sprite Take Possession

Thirst for Knowledge Traumatic Visions

Vedalken Dismisser Vendilion Clique

Absorb Vis Auntie's Snitch

Blightspeaker Bridge from Below

Dark Confidant Death Cloud

Death Denied Death Rattle

Deepcavern Imp Drag Down

Dreamspoiler Witches Earwig Squad

Executioner's Capsule Extirpate

Facevaulter Faerie Macabre

Festering Goblin Horobi's Whisper

Kokusho, the Evening Star Mad Auntie

Marsh Flitter Peppersmoke

Phthisis Rathi Trapper

Raven's Crime Skeletal Vampire

Slaughter Pact Stinkweed Imp

Street Wraith Syphon Life

Thieving Sprite Tombstalker

Warren Pilferers Warren Weirding

Blind-Spot Giant Blood Moon

Brute Force Countryside Crusher

Crush Underfoot Desperate Ritual

Dragonstorm Empty the Warrens

Fiery Fall Fury Charm

Glacial Ray Grapeshot

Greater Gargadon Grinning Ignus

Hammerheim Deadeye Kiki-Jiki, Mirror Breaker

Lava Spike Mogg War Marshal

Molten Disaster Pardic Dragon

Pyromancer's Swath Rift Bolt

Rift Elemental Ryusei, the Falling Star

Shrapnel Blast Squee, Goblin Nabob

Stingscourger Stinkdrinker Daredevil

Sudden Shock Tar Pitcher

Thundercloud Shaman Thundering Giant

Torrent of Stone Tribal Flames

War-Spike Changeling Citanul Woodreaders

Doubling Season Durkwood Baloth

Echoing Courage Eternal Witness

Giant Dustwasp Greater Mossdog

Hana Kami Imperiosaur

Incremental Growth Jugan, the Rising Star

Kodama's Reach Krosan Grip

Life from the Loam Masked Admirers

Moldervine Cloak Nantuko Shaman

Penumbra Spider Reach of Branches

Riftsweeper Rude Awakening

Search for Tomorrow Sporesower Thallid

Sporoloth Ancient Summoner's Pact

Sylvan Bounty Tarmogoyf

Thallid Thallid Germinator

Thallid Shell-Dweller Tooth and Nail

Tromp the Domains Verdeloth the Ancient

Walker of the Grove Woodfall Primus

Electrolyze Grand Arbiter Augustin IV

Jhoira of the Ghitu Knight of the Reliquary

Lightning Helix Maelstrom Pulse

Mind Funeral Progenitus

Sarkhan Vol Tidehollow Sculler

Trygon Predator Cold-Eyed Selkie

Demigod of Revenge Divinity of Pride

Figure of Destiny Kitchen Finks

Manamorphose Murderous Redcap

Oona, Queen of the Fae Plumeveil

Worm Harvest Æther Spellbomb

Æther Vial Arcbound Ravager

Arcbound Stinger Arcbound Wanderer

Arcbound Worker Bonesplitter

Chalice of the Void Engineered Explosives

Epochrasite Etched Oracle

Frogmite Lotus Bloom

Myr Enforcer Myr Retriever

Paradise Mantle Pyrite Spellbomb

Relic of Progenitus Runed Stalactite

Skyreach Manta Sword of Fire and Ice

Sword of Light and Shadow Vedalken Shackles

Academy Ruins Blinkmoth Nexus

City of Brass Dakmor Salvage

Glimmervoid Terramorphic Expanse

Vivid Crag Vivid Creek

Vivid Grove Vivid Marsh

Vivid Meadow

  1. Also, you can cloudshft or bounce a creature after combat w/stynkweed whyle the abylyty ys on the stack.

  2. I want to draft paper cards with this set so badly. It’s playing cube while assembling your own cube. But I doubt any local store is going to draft anywhere near MSRP on these with the current prerelease prices being what they are.

  3. so a hermetic study on a creature with deathtouch DOES kill other dudes in one hit?

  4. No herrrrrrrrrrrrp, deathtouch also only relates to combat damage. But there is a difference. Deathtouch is an ability. That means it cannot be be retargeted or countered. The text on the Imp is a triggered ability. This means a card like Stifle could counter it before it resolved.

  5. Rez: Deathtouch doesn’t only apply to combat but to every damage (“A creature with toughness greater than 0 that’s been dealt damage by a source with deathtouch since the last time state-based actions were checked is destroyed as a state-based action.”)
    Herrrrrrrp: So yes, as Lantis said, it works.

  6. Right, sorry:

    “The rule that causes creatures dealt damage by a source with deathtouch to be destroyed applies to any damage, not just combat damage.”

    So the Imp’s ability is all around worse. The ability is combat only and triggered. So it is strictly worse.

  7. It is not strictly worse, but mostly worse. If the imp deals lethal damage to a creature, the creature would need to regenerate twice to survive as it will get killed twice. While with deathtouch creatures only kills once.

  8. Speaking of, they really should start a new storyline that at least can HOPE to be as epic as the Urza/Weatherlight/Phyrexia one. The cards are so much cooler when you know what they have to do with the story (imo)