Archive for the 'spoiler' Category

Exclusive Spoiler: Dominaria Masterpiece Series

June 26th, 2017
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by Good Gamery Staff

Good Gamery’s exclusive sneak peak at Dominaria’s Masterpieces!


Avacyn: Spoiled

March 22nd, 2012
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by Xerent

Now and then, GoodGamery publishes real preview cards. In 2010, Wizards provided us with a preview card, Quag Sickness. In 2011, GoodGamery provided our own joke preview card, the random dual land generator. This year, the world will end. However, before that, we have received a new preview card from Wizards. This card is from Avacyn Restored, set to be released sometime soon. Let the spoiler season begin!


I’m glad our next set is Dark Ascension

September 4th, 2011
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by Fake Mark Rosewater

Here at Wizards of the Coast, our work – like the work of Sir Isaac Newton before us – is all about experimentation. Whenever we introduce an exciting new idea, we are testing the waters to see what works and what doesn’t, and what we can rehash further down the line.


Exclusive Preview of Dual Land from Innistrad

April 14th, 2011
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by Basilisk & Xerent & Mobiusman & Many Others

Over the years at GoodGamery we’ve had our fair share of exciting preview cards. As part of the Rise of the Eldrazi alliance we spoiled the Timmy-est card in a Timmy set, Spawnsire of Ulamog. For Magic 2011 we eschewed such whimsy for a card the average player on the street could really connect with: limited workhorse Quag Sickness. Those were heady days indeed, but two sets have gone by since then without so much as a whiff of exclusive news. Has GoodGamery been forgotten? That’s a rhetorical question. The answer is no.


New Phyrexia Preview Pack

April 4th, 2011
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by PMega

Good Gamery’s own dear friend and forum user PMega acquired the very first pack of New Phyrexia, likely from some unnameable inside source. Next, he opened it for our amusement.


The Plane of Grimneath

January 21st, 2011
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by MindWarped

On the plane of Grimneath, Unblinking Bleb would be an eye. Elsewhere in the Magic universe, he isn’t, despite all apparent evidence to the contrary.

This isn’t surprising, really. In Magic’s history, there has been a long tradition of almost-but-not-quite-actually-eyes. There have been artifact eyes, creature eyes, land eyes, and enchantment eyes. There have been spells that you’d fairly expect to shower you in an explosion of eyes. But there have been few actual eyes.