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19, Jan, 23

Major Phyrexia: All Will Be One Leak Reveals Devastating Spoilers

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Following the recent Set Debut Livestream, Phyrexia: All Will Be One’s spoiler season has finally begun. Running from the 17th to the 25th of January, this spoiler season followed an incredible number of leaks. Thanks to printing mishaps, alongside the usual leak sources, almost all of the Phyrexia: All Will Be One rare sheet got spoiled. While these leaks didn’t exactly ruin MTG’s latest spoiler season, players and Wizards alike were happy to see their end. Despite the impression that spoiler season officially starting would stop these leaks, however, another last-minute leak has revealed plenty of incredible upcoming cards. 

As always, with any leak, it’s important to remember that MTG cards can ultimately be faked. Subsequently, we won’t know all that Phyrexia: All Will Be One officially contains until the 25th of January. That being said, however, given the printing mishaps and frequency of Phyrexia: All Will Be One leaks, we’re inclined to believe these latest leaks as well. So, without any further ado, let’s get into an entire box of Phyrexia: All Will Be One, one month early. 

Phyrexia: All Will Be Leaked

Unlike previous Phyrexia: All Will Be One leaks, which have shown off a handful of cards, this latest leak is a doozy. In a recently posted video on YouTube, JAT Games claims to have gotten their hands on not just one, but several Phyrexia: All Will Be One Booster Boxes. Having opened these boxes, JAT Games claims to have found almost every single card in Phyrexia: All Will Be One. “I got most of the cards in this set, I’m only missing about two, maybe three, out of the 271 cards in this set. I got a few of the Commander cards, I got a few of the Street Fighter cards, I got a few of the alt-extended art cards… But I’m not going to be showing those today.” 

Rather than showing off everything they found in their Spanish Booster Boxes, JAT Games instead just quickly covered their main set pulls. Alongside being deliberately coy with Commander cards, JAT Games also addressed their rather shoddy camera quality. “I know the video quality is not the best, that’s on purpose. I don’t want to show something super high quality or anything like that.” Following that rather frustrating caveat, JAT Games kicked off their video detailing their countless finds. Showing off the cards in collector number order, it wasn’t long before MTG fans saw something to be excited about. 

Another quick heads up, since all of these cards are in Spanish we’ll be providing the best translations where possible. That being said, translation mistakes do happen, so there’s a chance a card might not read exactly as translated. 

Phyrexia: All Will Be Spoiled

Seize the Spoils
Seize the Spoils | Kaldheim

While JAT Games’ boxes didn’t contain every card in the set, they were able to show off four out of the five new legendary Dominus creatures. These cards are seriously powerful, each sporting a way to gain Indestructible counters alongside an ability that doubles and effect. For instance, the officially spoiled Mondrak, Glory Dominus’ token doubling ability will be absolutely devastating in Commander. Alongside briefly showcasing this official spoiler, JAT Games also revealed Drivnod, Carnage Dominus. 

Drivnod, Carnage Dominus 3BB

Drivnod, Carnage Dominus
JAT Games

“If a creature dying causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers one more time.

{b/p}{b/p}, exile three creature cards from your graveyard: Put an indestructible counter on Drivnod, Carnage Dominus” 

Like Mondrak, Glory Dominus, the black-aligned Drivnod, Carnage Dominus is an insanely powerful card. Drawing obvious comparisons to Teysa Karlov, the ability to double death triggers is a Commander favorite. While Drivnod might not replace Teysa Karlov in Commander, thanks to being mono-black, they’re certainly a strong contender. For instance, the frighteningly easy ability to generate Indestructible counters should make them a real menace to get rid of. Being able to swing in for eight on top of that is one hell of an added bonus. 

Solphim, Mayhem Dominus 2RR

Solphim, Mayhem Dominus
JAT Games

“If a source you control would deal noncombat damage to an opponent or a permanent an opponent controls, it deals double that damage to that player or permanent instead.

1{p/r}{p/r}, Discard Two Cards: Put an indestructible counter on Solphim, Mayhem Dominus.” 

Shortly following Drivnod, Carnage Dominus, JAT Games revealed another brand new Dominus; Solphim, Mayhem Dominus. Once again, this Dominus’ boasts an exceptionally powerful ability that’s already delighting Commander players. Offering an upgrade over  Obosh, the Preypiercer, Solphim, Dominus of Chaos could even usurp Torbran, Thane of Red Fell and Toralf, God of Fury as the burn Commander of choice. After all, as u/HolographicHeart points out, what’s not to love about your burn spells being twice as effective? “Doubling non-combat damage? Maybe red can finally kill opposing creatures again.”

Soprandrel, Hunger Dominus 5GG

Soprandrel, Hunger Dominus
JAT Games


At the start of each combat, double the power and toughness of each creature you control until end of turn.

{g/p}{g/p}, sacrifice 2 Creatures: Put an indestructible counter on Soprandrel, Hunger Dominus.” 

Last but not least, JAT Games revealed Soprandrel, Hunger Dominus, once again to the delight of Commander players. If you haven’t guessed the running theme by now, Soprandrel, Hunger Dominus’ doubling effect is seriously good, especially in Commander. Admittedly coming into play for quite the cost isn’t ideal, but the effectiveness of their ability shouldn’t be understated. As u/mariustargaryen points out, it is “Unnatural Growth on a stick,” after all. Despite how potent Unnatural Growth is, ultimately, Soprandrel, Hunger Dominus was deemed to be the most disappointing Dominus so far. Reddit user u/BoxHeadWarrior, for instance, posited that “this is cool, but definitely nowhere near as strong as Anointed Procession on a stick.”

Leaked, but Not for the First Time

Mana Leak
Mana Leak | Magic 2011

As you can imagine, with almost the entire set being revealed, there are a lot of new spoilers to digest. The new mythic red enchantment All Will Be One, for instance, has players seriously excited thanks to its instant kill combo potential. Alongside this, the reveal of “multicolor uncommon Limited signpost cards,” already has players dissecting the upcoming Draft environment. As well as analyzing the freshly revealed cards, some MTG players simply announced their bemusement that this has happened again

Not only has Phyrexia: All Will Be One been leaked yet again, but this is actually the second time a Phyrexian set has been leaked rather than spoiled. As players such as u/Spiderbot1810 pointed out on Reddit, 2011’s New Phyrexia set suffered from similarly extensive leaks. “I don’t believe it. The same thing happened with the New Phyrexia set.” Replying to this bemused statement, u/Brainless96 spotlighted how “OG New Phyrexia was much worse. We just woke up one day, and we had a PDF with WotC-quality scans of the entire set. I’m not sure a single card from the set has been spoiled yet.” Thankfully, while Phyrexia: All Will Be One’s leaks haven’t been that bad, they certainly have been extensive. 

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