Second Box Leak Unveils More Cards from March of the Machine: The Aftermath
21/04/2023 · 2 min read
A second leak?
Just 24h ago, an enormous leak of March of the Machine: The Aftermath cards unveiled close to 75% of the 50-card mini collection. In a video shared on the YouTube channel oldschoolmtg, someone unboxed a sealed package of March of the Machine: The Aftermath Collector Boosters, unwrapped each six-card bundle, and showcased the contents, uncovering 36 fresh cards to complement the earlier sneak peeks of The Kenriths' Royal Funeral and Buy-a-Box promotional card Jolrael, Voice of Zhalfir.
Now, the same leaker has returned with yet another video, this time opening a second box containing even more cards from the March of the Machine: The Aftermath collection. The new video offers a closer look at some previously unseen cards, as well as alternate art versions of previously leaked cards.
The leaker carefully unwraps each of the six-card bundles from the second box, revealing an additional 18 cards to add to the previously leaked 36. Among these new cards are a few highly anticipated mythic rares, such as Teferi's Time Twist and the powerful artifact, The Great Machine.
The impact of this second box leak on the upcoming release of March of the Machine: The Aftermath remains to be seen. Will Wizards take action against the leaker?
In the meantime, the community's focus will likely be on this latest batch of leaked cards, as players continue to speculate on the remaining cards in the collection and eagerly await the official release of March of the Machine: The Aftermath.
New Cards Images
New Cards List
Gold Forged Thopteryx (uncommon)
Kolaghan Warmonger (uncommon)
Drannith Ruins (rare)
Hahiris’s Resolve (rare)
Jolrael, Voice of Zhalfir (rare)
Tyvar the Bellicose (rare)
Sigarda, font of blessings (rare)
Spark Rupture (rare)
Calix, Guided by Fate (Mythic)
Karn, Legacy Reforged (Mythic)
What is next?
March of the Machine: The Aftermath was initially planned to kick off on May 1, with sneak peeks scheduled for the following 48 hours.
At present, we have uncovered a substantial amount of narrative elements and a majority of the collection through cards.
Is this a planned leak? Or will Wizards take action against the leaker?
You can check the source video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-fygwooTOQ