With the first big MTG set of 2023, we’re going back to Phyrexia, where the heroes will try and stop the Phyrexian corruption once and for all. In today’s article we’ll take a look at all available Phyrexia: All Will Be One spoilers, leaks, and everything else that we know about this set so far.
Phyrexa: All Will Be One Spoilers
While no official spoilers are available just yet, there were two leaks already. One of them is almost certainly fake, but the ones that you can see below look very real:
The art is new, the rules and flavor text are without mistakes, and the numbers at the bottom check out. All of this points to the facts that those are probably real cards from the new Phyrexia set.
Art might seem a bit unusual, but it would be a great fit for the special art treatment for this set. If you haven’t been following Magic lately, each set nowadays has a special art style. These cards most often appear in Collector boosters.
Thrummingbird would be a reprint, which would make sense, as it’s Phyraxian, and there seem to be counters in the set – based on these leaks. (Oil and poison counters.)
Furthermore, at the edge of the image that u/PeterboroughPro posted to Reddit on October 14th, you can also see a bit of two cards. The interesting thing that can be seen is Toxic 1, which looks like a new keyword. Perhaps, it’ll have something to do with poison counters. Let us know how you think it would work, in the comments below.
Elesh Norn Fake
There was also another leak, but it’s very likely a fake one.
You might see the artwork, and it does fit with the Magali’s art style. That’s because it is official MTG artwork for this set. It was one of the key art pieces that Wizards previewed when they announced the set. This card was leaked afterwards, which means that the person who leaked the card could easily just rip the artwork from the internet, and design the card around it.
It’s quite a convincing fake nonetheless, as there aren’t any spelling errors. However, the holographic symbol on the bottom isn’t centered correctly, and the collector number is a little low, which means that the card is probably fake. Plus, the account that posted the photo on Reddit, was created on April 1st, which is also a nice touch.
Phyrexia 2023 Release Date
So far, we only know that Phyrexia: All Will Be One releases in the first quarter of 2023. However, based on the latest releases, here’s an educated guess of the dates that we can expect:
|Full Spoiler Season Start||January 26, 2023|
|All Cards Previewed||February 3, 2023|
|Phyrexia Prerelease Weekend||February 10-12, 2023|
|Phyrexia Release on Arena||February 16, 2023|
|Phyrexia Release on MTGO||February 16, 2023|
|Phyrexia Release||February 17, 2023|
That’s all about Phyrexia: All Will Be One spoilers so far. You can expect more spoilers when we get closer to the release date. If you don’t want to miss any, you can follow us on Facebook or Instagram.
With this set we’re also getting Commander precons, you can find everything we know about the Phyrexia Commander decks here. Furthermore, if you’d like to look into even further in the future, you can read all about the upcoming MTG sets.
Until next time, have fun, and may this set be everything that you hope it to be.