9/3 Kaladesh Spoilers! Ghirapur Orrery, Panharmonicon, Demon of Shady Scenes, Territorial Devourer, Live Fast, Rare Lands

Hello everyone! I’m back with some more Kaladesh spoilers! First up, we have Ghirapur Orrery:

Each player may play an additional land on each of his or her turns.

At the beginning of each player’s upkeep, if that player has no cards in hands, that player draws three cards.

Not much to say about it, it seems like a solid EDH card in the decks that want this type of card that lets you play extra lands.

Panharmonicon doubles ETB effects caused by creatures or artifacts entering the battlefield. It’s great in blink decks, because it doubles the value you get by blinking a creature. Pretty solid.


When Demon of Shady Schemes enters the battlefield all creatures get -2/-2 until the end of turn.

Whenever another creature dies, you get [E] (one energy counter).

1 ManaRed Mana, pay {E}{E}{E}{E}: Put target creature card from a graveyard onto the battlefield under your control tapped.

Demon of Shady Schemes is a great card in Midrange decks. It comes in and performs a mini board wipe. If your deck is built correctly, none of your creatures should die. From then on, all trades you make become profitable, since you accrue energy. Eventually, you can use the energy to bring back some of the creatures that died. Seems good in some of the GB delirium decks running around.


Whenever you get one or more energy counters, Territorial Devourer gets +2/+2 and haste until the end of turn

The second card’s value really depends on how many cheap ways to get energy counters they are.


This seems to be a recurring staple. This type of black divination that was seen in Read the Bones. I like this kind of card in a lot of different decks, and this seems like a really cheap way to get energy counters. Control decks love this card.

Next we have the rare land cycle for the set, which come into play tapped unless you control two or fewer lands. This encourages a faster type of play. These rare lands are the enemy fast lands that modern was waiting for.

What do you think? Comment below!



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