Quote from MTG salvation eventide spoiler »Overbeing of Myth
Creature - Spirit AvatarOverbeing of Myth's power and toughness are each equal to the number of cards in your hand.
At the beginning of your draw step, draw a card.
Quote from ArcadianemetaiYou do know this is not confirmed right?
This is just speculation on what the card could be.....
If it did end up like this I would probable play it.
Every rarity gets good cards. That means that some mythic rares will be tournament quality as will some commons, some uncommons and some rares. My promise wasn't that mythic rares wouldn't get good cards but that we wouldn't limit the good cards to only being mythic rare.
Quote from ludd_gangI'd say if it lives until your next untap phase, you will likely win.
Unlike Aeon Chronicler, it doesn't draw you cards before it can be countered or killed and won't be hasty.
Like many cards, it may be considered "too slow" to be taken seriously by the hive mind and not get the experimentation it deserves.
Quote from KorintheWhat? It is on the WotC page. It is a "preview pack", exactly as Demigod of Revenge had when Shadowmoor was looming a couple of months away. There are 14 other cards, with no text other than name and casting cost.
Just move your mouse of the image of the Overbeing, and her text appears (that doesn't work for any of the other cards, btw).
Quote from OctosquidSeems good... but yea, Aeon Chronicler + Howling Mine for you only for 5 mana is probably pretty good.
Quote from pandafarmerShe can be dropped turn 3 in a mono-G deck... I don't see why we won't see her played, esp if we have some ways to protect her in this set, and if we have some good U/ draw spells.