24, May, 24

MTG Modern Horizons 3 Spoilers, Cards, Leaks

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share
Article at a Glance

At long last, the spoiler season for Modern Horizons 3 has finally begun. Following the recent Debut Stream, new cards and spoilers are being revealed every single day until May 31st. With Commander decks being revealed on top of a blockbuster main set, this spoiler season should be obscenely busy. That would be the case, at least, if the set hadn’t been heavily leaked.

Prior to Modern Horizons 3’s spoiler season officially starting, the set was extensively spoiled through myriad leaks. With over a hundred cards being revealed ahead of schedule, players already have a good idea of what’s included. Hopefully, this should make spoiler season a little bit more digestible than usual for a change!

To further help with the palatability, we’ll be going over every single Modern Horizons 3 spoiler in this article, to ensure you don’t miss anything. So, without any further ado, here are all the Modern Horizons 3 spoilers we’ve seen so far.

Modern Horizons 3 Mythic Spoilers

Modern Horizons 3 Mythics

Typically, the mythic cards for any given MTG set are the biggest bombs and strongest cards around. Unsurprisingly, this trend appears to have continued with Modern Horizons 3 as the set is loaded with incredibly powerful cards. Between Planeswalkers, Eldrazi monsters, and many simply fantastic cards, there are a lot of exciting cards to see.

From what we’ve seen so far, most of the mythic cards in Modern Horizons 3 are Eldrazi cards. Between Emrakul, the World Anew, Herigast, Erupting Nullkite, and Ugin’s Labyrinth this archetype is getting a great deal of support. On top of this trio, there are sure to be plenty of other mythic cars that aren’t colorless spaghetti monsters.

Proving this point, Wizards has now revealed all five of the new doubled-faced “Flip Walkers”. Harkening back to Magic Origins, these cards are each incredibly exciting, although they’re not all too playable. Thankfully, Grist, Voracious Larva absolutely is playable with uses in multiple formats.

On top of these cycles, Modern Horizons 3 also features a few surprise new-to-Modern mythic reprints. Previously only available in Eternal formats, now bombs like Kaalia of the Vast is coming to Modern! Thankfully, alongside these reprints and cycles there are plenty of other mythic cards to enjoy too.

Every Modern Horizons 3 Mythic Spoiler

White

  • Ajani, Nacatl Pariah

Blue

  • Shadow of the Second Sun
  • Tamiyo, Inquisitive Student

Black

  • Nethergoyf
  • Sorin of House Markov

Red

  • Ral, Monsoon Mage

Green

  • Eladamri, Korvecdal
  • Grist, Voracious Larva

Colorless

  • Emrakul, the World Anew
  • Herigast, Erupting Nullkite
  • Kozilek, the Broken Reality
  • Ulamog, the Defiler

Multicolor

  • Arna Kennerüd, Skycaptain
  • Breya, Etherium Shaper
  • Kaalia of the Vast
  • Phlage, Titan of Fire’s Fury

Land

  • Ugin’s Labyrinth

Modern Horizons 3 Rare Spoilers

Modern Horizons 3 Rares

With 60 cards to go through, Wizards of the Coast has been revealing Modern Horizon 3 rares thick and fast. During the recent Debut Livestream alone, Wizards revealed an entire cycle of free spells and plenty more alongside those. For better or worse, the power level of what we’ve seen so far makes it look like another Modern rotation is coming very soon.

Out of all the rare Modern Horizon 3 spoilers we’ve seen, few are as scary as the new Flare cards. Offering potent effects for free, so long as you sacrifice a non-token creature of the appropriate color, these cards have format-warping potential. This is especially true of Flare of Denial which may become a staple multiformat Counterspell.

On top of these fantastic reprints, Modern Horizons 3 also has plenty of rare new-to-Modern reprints too. Much like the mythic rarity reprints we mentioned before, these new-to-Modern cards are adorned with a watermark from their original set. Hopefully, this should make keeping track of these now Modern legal reprints easier than usual.

Every Modern Horizons 3 Rare Spoiler

White

  • Argent Dias
  • Flare of Fortitude
  • Orim’s Chant
  • Pearl-Ear, Imperial Advisor
  • Phalia, Exuberant Shepherd
  • Soul Guide
  • White Orchid Phantom
  • Wrath of the Skies

Blue

  • Estrid’s Invocation
  • Flare of Denial
  • Flusterstorm
  • Harbringer of the Seas
  • Kappa Cannoneer
  • Strix Serenade
  • Volatile Stormdrake

Black

  • Chthonian Nightmare
  • Emperor of Bones
  • Flare of Malice
  • K’rrik, Son of Yawgmoth
  • Ophiomancer
  • Toxic Deluge
  • Warren Soultrader

Red

  • Cursed Mirror
  • Detective’s Phoenix
  • Flare of Duplication
  • Laelia, the Blade Reforged
  • Powerbalance
  • Wheel of Potential

Green

  • Flare of Cultivation
  • Primal Prayers
  • Six
  • Sowing Mycospawn
  • Sylvan Safekeeper
  • Thief of Existence

Colorless

  • Devourer of Destiny
  • Disruptor Flute
  • Echoes of Eternity
  • Emerald Medallion
  • Jet Medallion
  • Nulldrifter
  • Pearl Medallion
  • Ruby Medallion
  • Sapphire Medallion
  • Winter Moon

Multicolor

  • Genku, Future Shaper
  • Imskir Iron-Eater
  • Kudo, King Among Bears
  • Psychic Frog
  • Rosheen, Roaring Prophet
  • The Necrobloom
  • Wight of the Reliquary

Land

  • Bloodstained Mire
  • Deserted Temple
  • Flooded Strand
  • Polluted Delta
  • Shifting Woodland
  • Spymaster’s Vault
  • Windswept Heath
  • Wooded Foothills

Modern Horizons 3 Uncommon Spoilers

Modern Horizons 3 Uncommons

Thanks to the introduction of Play Boosters, uncommon cards are almost the most plentiful in the entire set. In total, 101 uncommon cards can be found in Modern Horizons 3 packs. Since so few of these cards have been officially spoiled, so far, it’s difficult to discern cycles and trends right now.

That being said, a trend throughout all of Modern Horizons 3 is Eldrazi cards. Thanks to this, multiple Eldrazi-themed uncommon cards have been revealed. Several of these cards utilize the Devoid mechanic from Battle for Zendikar, so they’re not all completely colorless. Despite this mechanic opening up the design space not every uncommon Modern Horizons 3 card is Eldrazi themed.

Thankfully, while Eldrazi cards are a big theme through Modern Horizons 3, it’s not exclusively an Eldrazi set. Alongside the Devoid cards and spaghetti monsters there are plenty of normal cards too. Saying these cards are normal, however, may be an injustice, as there’s plenty of flavor, power, and niche references to delight players.

Every Modern Horizons 3 Uncommon Spoiler

White

  • Essense Reliquary
  • Glyph Elemental
  • Razorgrass Ambush
  • Voltstorm Angel
  • Witch Enchanter

Blue

  • Brainsurge
  • Copycrook
  • Deep Analysis
  • Kozilek’s Unsealing
  • Reef Worm
  • Roil Cartographer
  • Sink into Stupor
  • Tamiyo Meets the Story Circle
  • Triton Wavebreaker

Black

  • Fell the Profane
  • Frightmobile
  • Grim Servant
  • Marionette Apprentice
  • [tooltips]Victimize
  • Wurmcoil Larva

Red

  • Armped Raptor
  • Frogmyr Enforcer
  • Meltdown
  • Mogg Mob
  • Reckless Pyrosurfer
  • Spawn-Gang Commander
  • Sundering Eruption
  • Unstable Amulet

Green

  • Bridgeworks Battle
  • Collective Resistance
  • Disciple of Freyalise
  • Path of Annihilation
  • Priest of Titania
  • Signature Slam
  • Trickster’s Elk
  • Wirewood Symbiote
  • Wumpus Aberration

Colorless

  • Breaker of Creation
  • Eldrazi Ravager
  • It That Heralds the End
  • Null Elemental Blast
  • Worn Powerstone

Multicolor

  • Bloodsoaked Insight
  • Drowner of Truth
  • Glasswing Grace
  • Izzet Generatorium
  • Legion Leadership
  • Pyretic Rebirth
  • Revitalizing Repast
  • Rush of Inspiration
  • Scurry of Gremlins
  • Strength of the Harvest
  • Stump Stomp
  • Suppression Ray
  • Waterlogged Teachings

Land

  • Barbarian Ring
  • Cephalid Coliseum
  • Wastes
  • Urza’s Cave

Modern Horizons 3 Common Spoilers

Modern Horizons 3 Commons

In total, Wizards has confirmed there will be 80 unique common cards appearing in Modern Horizons 3. While these cards may not be the most attention-grabbing, there’s still a lot to get excited about. If you’re a pauper player, Modern Horizons sets can be a godsend for new power and downshifts to spice the format up. 

For better or worse, Modern Horizons 3 is reported to have some incredibly spicy new cards. This was confirmed by MTG Designer Gavin Verhey, who revealed the set contains a card so powerful it’ll require banning. Speaking in a recent news post, Verhey explains this card is “Like a card we have banned in the past.” Currently, this mysterious and powerful card has not yet been spoiled.

Now that Modern Horizon 3’s spoiler season has officially begun, common cards are being revealed a quite some pace. As always, we’ll be updating this section each day to keep you up to date with all the newly spoiled cards.

Every Modern Horizons 3 Common Spoiler

White

  • Dog Umbra
  • Mandibular Kite
  • Thraben Charm

Blue

  • Corrupted Shapeshifter
  • Petrifying Meddler
  • Serum Visionary
  • Temptest Harvester
  • Tune the Narrative

Black

  • Drossclaw
  • Kami of Jealous Thirst
  • Scurrilous Sentry

Red

  • Galvanic Discharge
  • Glimpse the Impossible
  • Skoa, Embermage

Green

  • Basking Broodscale
  • Evolution Witness
  • Temperamental Oozewagg

Colorless

  • None officially spoiled yet

Multicolor

  • Conduit Goblin
  • Cranial Ram
  • Expanding Ooze
  • Writhing Chrysalis

Land

  • None officially spoiled yet

Modern Horizons 3 Reprints

Modern Horizons 3 Reprints

As we’ve mentioned throughout this article already, Modern Horizons 3 features a multitude of reprints. Found at various rarities, these reprints are great news for fiance fans and Modern players alike. Not only will these reprints bring prices down, but they also introduce new cards to Modern.

Throughout Modern Horizons 3, a major theme is making once Commander-exclusive cards Modern playable. This is the case for cards like Kappa Cannoneer which was first printed in Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Commander. Alongside these reprints, many already Modern-Legal cards, such as the Fetch Lands, are being reprinted too.

From what we’ve seen so far, the new-to-Modern reprints in Modern Horizons 3 each have a watermark. This watermark shows the set symbol of the card’s original printing.

Every Modern Horizons 3 Reprint

White

  • Orim’s Chant

Blue

  • Deep Analysis
  • Estrid’s Invocation
  • Flusterstorm
  • Kappa Cannoneer
  • Reef Worm

Black

  • K’rrik, Son of Yawgmoth
  • Ophiomancer
  • Toxic Deluge
  • Victimize

Red

  • Cursed Mirror
  • Meltdown
  • Laelia, the Blade Reforged

Green

  • Priest of Titania
  • Sylvan Safekeeper
  • Wirewood Symbiote

Colorless

  • Emerald Medallion
  • Jet Medallion
  • Pearl Medallion
  • Ruby Medallion
  • Sapphire Medallion
  • Worn Powerstone

Multicolor

  • Breya, Etherium Shaper
  • Kaalia of the Vast

Land

  • Barbarian Ring
  • Bloodstained Mire
  • Cephalid Coliseum
  • Deserted Temple
  • Flooded Strand
  • Polluted Delta
  • Windswept Heath
  • Wooded Foothills

Modern Horizons 3 Special Guests Spoilers

Fury

As if Modern Horizons 3 didn’t have enough going on already, ten Special Guests cards can also appear in Play Boosters. Found alongside The List, these Special Guests cards are all reprints that have been given new art. While not all of the reprinted cards are fantastically expensive, they’re utterly gorgeous at least.

Like the rest of the main set Modern Horizons 3 cards, the Special Guests will be coming to MTG Arena. This is great news for anyone who has been wishing Timeless had a few more powerhouses and a little more Scam.

White

  • Prismatic Ending
  • Solitude

Blue

  • Subtlety

Black

  • Dismember
  • Grief
  • Persist

Red

  • Fury

Green

  • Endurance

Colorless

  • Thought-Knot Seer

Multicolor

  • Expressive Iteration

Modern Horizons 3 Commander Spoilers

Modern Horizons 3 Commander Cards

On top of all the Modern-legal cards, Modern Horizons 3 is going above and beyond its namesake. In an unusual twist, Modern Horizons 3 also has accompanying Commander decks. In total, four Commander decks are released alongside the main set, each offering fifteen brand-new cards.

As usual, the majority of the Commander cards for this set will be revealed toward the end of the spoiler season. Thankfully, to sate our appetites until then, Wizards has revealed a handful of new cards to admire. Hopefully, this will tide us over until the 28th, 29th, and 30th of May, when the decks are being fully revealed.

Every Modern Horizons 3 Commander Spoiler

Creative Energy

  • Satya, Aetherflux Genius
  • Cayth, Famed Mechanist
  • Aether Refinery

Eldrazi Incursion

  • Ulalek, Fused Atrocity
  • Azlask, the Swelling Scourge
  • Hideous Taskmaster

Graveyard Overdrive

  • Disa the Restless
  • Coram, the Undertaker
  • Final Act
  • Siege-Gang Lieutenant
  • Bloodbraid Challenger

Tricky Terrain

  • Omo, Queen of Vesuva
  • Jyoti, Moag Ancient
  • March from Velis Vel
  • Planar Nexus

Modern Horizons 3 Leaked Cards

While we’ve listed all of the confirmed Modern Horizons 3 cards, and a few of the leaked ones, there are a lot more unofficially leaked cards that have appeared across the internet in recent times.

Notably, as with all leaks, there’s a high chance that not every one of these leaks will be real. This was confirmed to be the case for one card in particular that massively concerned the community; Brainstorm. Thankfully, this card is not being made Modern-legal in Modern Horizons 3.

For the most part, many of the leaks we’ve seen appear to be the real deal, with all the details in the right places. That being said, it’s well worth being somewhat skeptical about the cards below, as they’ve not yet been officially confirmed. When, or if, they are, they’ll take their rightful place above.

For now, here’s a compilation of every leaked Modern Horizons 3 card we’ve seen so far:

Twins of Discord
Spawnbed Protector
Selective Obliteration
Mutated Cultist
Eldritch Immunity
Eldrazi Confluence
Bizmuth Mindrender
MH3-Jund-Commander-Leaks-Spellslinger-Support
MH3-Jund-Commander-Leaks-Retro-Retreads
MH3-Jund-Commander-Leaks-Aggressive-Biomancy
*MTG Rocks is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more
BROWSE