26, Feb, 21

More Blue Time Spiral Remastered Cards Previewed

More Time Spiral Remastered previews dropped today.
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The Blue cards keep on coming! Let’s look over some of the cards previewed during today’s Time Spiral Remastered spoiler season.

If you want to keep up with all the spoilers from Time Spiral Remasteredwe have a full spoiler section that will be updated as and when.

More Blue Time Spiral Remastered Cards Previewed

Time Spiral Remastered is the first-ever remastered Magic: The Gathering set specifically designed for tabletop play. This new expansion is a fresh way to experience the original Time Spiral block, featuring cards from Time Spiral, Planar Chaos, and Future Sight.

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Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir previewed by Gabriel Nassif / Ancestral Vision previewed by Gavin Verhey (Good Morning Magic) / Magus of the Future previewed by Brian Kibler.

Rounding out the rares and mythics today are Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir, Ancestral Vision, and Magus of the Future.

Ancestral Vision sees fringe play in Modern As Foretold Living End as a way to cast the sorcery without suspending it. Teferi, Mage of Zhalfir crops up in Modern Ad Nauseam lists to slow down the opponent, so you can combo off with your spells sooner. Magus of the Future is the creature iteration of the powerful card, Future Sight– both of these see play in Commander to create resource advantage.

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Time Spiral Remastered Timeshifted Preview Highlights

As usual, the timeshifted borders keep on coming. Time Spiral Remastered is the gift that keeps on giving.

Ninja of the Deep Hours previewed by Amy the Amazonian / Remand previewed by Gavin Verhey (Good Morning Magic) / Paradoxical Outcome previewed by Brian Kibler / True-Name Nemesis previewed by Wizards of the Coast.

Ninja of the Deep Hours, Remand, Paradoxical Outcome, and True-Name Nemesis receive the timeshifted treatment in Time Spiral Remastered.

Ninja of the Deep Hours is a long-time Pauper staple, featured in Mono-Blue Delver lists to generate value off your Faerie Seers. Paradoxical Outcome and True-Name Nemesis are for the Legacy and Vintage enthusiasts and will drive a huge demand. Going further, Remand is a staple in Modern strategies such as Storm and Mono-Blue Tron and will drive a high price.

Time Spiral Remastered is set to release for tabletop on March 19, 2021. Magic Online will also have a Time Spiral Remastered booster draft event, but it won’t be available on Magic: The Gathering Arena.

Be sure to check out our full spoiler section for Time Spiral Remastered as these will be updated when the previews drop.

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