Rise of the Eldrazi Magic the Gathering Cards, Singles, Foils, Boxes, Packs and Buylist.
For thousands of years, Zendikar has had a reputation as a deathtrap. It's been a world of deadly perils to planeswalkers and native explorers, punishing any who seek to loot its hidden treasures and exploit its potent mana.
But unknown to the plane's denizens, there's a sinister reason for Zendikar's danger: for millennia, the plane has served as a prison for the Eldrazi, astral monstrosities native to the Blind Eternities. Now, the perils facing adventurers on the plane of Zendikar have taken an even deadlier turn. The Eldrazi have been released.
Hailing from the Blind Eternities, the space between planes, the Eldrazi have transcended the colors of mana as we know them. As a result, the Eldrazi progenitors themselves and those closest to them are colorless. But don't let the mana cost fool you—these Eldrazi are not artifacts.
Each of the colossal Eldrazi spawns its own "brood lineage." The three brood lineages are composed of Eldrazi Drones and other subordinate beings, each reflecting the image of its progenitor. The smaller Eldrazi Drones that are aligned with colored mana and many of these drones, as well as some spells, produce Eldrazi Spawn creature tokens. These 0/1 colorless creatures can be sacrificed to add one colorless mana to your mana pool—perfect for casting those enormous Eldrazi.
The Rise of the Eldrazi set also marks the debut of colorless instants and sorceries. Like their Eldrazi creators, these versatile spells can be put into almost any deck.
Release Date: April 23, 2010
Set Size: 248 (20 Basic Lands100 Commons, 60 Uncommons, 53 Rares, and 15 Mythic Rares)
Expansion Code: ROE
Code Name: Prosper
Designers: Brian Tinsman, Aaron Forsythe, Graeme Hopkins, Gregory Marques, Bill McQuillian, and Devin Low.
Developers: Matt Place, Mark Globus, Erik Lauer, Gregory Marques, and Mark Rosewater.
Block Info: Third set of the Zendikar Block.
Booster Info: Booster Packs contain 15 Random cards. 1 Rare/Mythic Rare, 3 Uncommons, 10 Commons and a Basic Land. A foil premium card may replace a Common.