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MTG Spoilers – The Dragons Of Beadle & Grimm’s Here Be Dragons

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Jun 12 2022
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Come and take a look at the dragons of Here Be Dragons in the latest batch of Here Be Dragons spoilers. Seven in all!

Seven dragons await you in Beadle & Grimm’s Here Be Dragons. And in today’s batch of spoilers, we get a look at those dragons. If you weren’t aware, Here Be Dragons is a secret lair drop crossing over Beadle & Grimm’s fine dungeoncraft with Magic: the Gathering. The result? A surprise box of goodies and seven different dragon cards.

Here’s a look at them in this round of Here Be Dragons spoilers.

Beadle & Grimm’s: Here Be Dragons – Spoilers

First up, Ebondeath, Dracolich. Flash, flying, and it can come back out of your graveyard if any other creature died this turn. Good times had by all.

Inferno of the Star Mounts can’t be countered and breathes fireballs, except, one it hits power 20, it just fireballs any target and can still attack.

Iymrith can help you maintain your hand as long as you don’t mind risking their ward.

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Old Gnawbone is all about getting treasure when you do damage. Which will play especially well with any of the treasure token decks that work in Battle for Baldur’s Gate.

Tiamat is here in a rulebook frame. She’s just as nasty whatever the art style. But if you need Dragons, Tiamat will get you Dragons.

Finally, we’ve got Icingdeath as our sixth dragon (leaving the seventh to be revealed later), who appears in both dragon and Drizz’t scimitar form:

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All this awaits you in Here Be Dragons.

Happy Adventuring

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