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Great Furnace (Mirrodin), Red Sun's Zenith (Mirrodin Besieged), and Mountain (New Phyrexia) all depict Kuldotha, the sacred city of Mirran goblins.
Vault of Whispers (Mirrodin), Black Sun's Zenith (Mirrodin Besieged), and Swamp (New Phyrexia) all depict Ish-Sah, hub of the Mephidross and stronghold of Geth.
Tree of Tales (Mirrodin), Green Sun's Zenith (Mirrodin Besieged), and Forest (New Phyrexia) all depict Tel-Jilad, a huge copper "tree" that is inscribed with Mirrodin's history.
Cotton Djinn, Hydro Djinn, Slow Djinn, Rummy Djinn and Slim Djinn from Unglued 2 : The Obligatory Sequel (never printed), illustrated by Edward P. Beard, Jr., form a cycle named "Punny Djinns" and were inspired by the Djinns of the Invasion Block.

Cotton Djinn is a reference to Ruham Djinn and a pun with Cotton Gin.
Hydro Djinn is a reference to Zanam Djinn and a pun with Hydrogen.
Slow Djinn is a reference to Goham Djinn and a pun with Sloe Gin.
Rummy Djinn is a reference to Halam Djinn and a pun with Gin Rummy.
Slim Djinn is a reference to Sulam Djinn and a pun with Slim Jim.

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Infernal Spawn of Evil, Infernal Spawn of Infernal Spawn of Evil and Infernius Spawnington III, Esq. form a cycle. The arts depict a mouse, its son, and its grandson.
The mana cost, power, toughness, and the number of keyword abilities are increased by one with each new card.
Mirror Shield and Gorgon's Head are both references to the myth of Perseus facing the Gorgon Medusa.
Haktos the Unscarred is a reference to Achilles, one of the main characters of Homer's Iliad.
Wings of Hubris and Impetuous Sunchaser are both references to the myth of Icarus.
The Akroan War and Akroan Horse are both references to the Trojan War, a mythic event described in Homer's Iliad.
The first part of The Akroan War saga refers to the kidnapping of Helen by Paris.
Alirios, Enraptured and Fated Infatuation are both references to the myth of Narcissus.
Allure of the Unknown and Pyxis of Pandemonium are both references to the myth of the Pandora's box.
Athreos, God of Passage and Athreos, Shroud-Veiled are both references to Charon, the ferryman who carries souls across the Styx and into the world of the dead in exchange of an obolus (a coin).
Impending Doom is a reference to the myth of the Sword of Damocles.
The First Iroan Games is a reference to the Ancient Olympic Games. The Gold token is a reference to the Gold medal of the winner.
Heliod's Punishment and Bearer of the Heavens are both references to the myth of Atlas.
Bronzehide Lion and Fleecemane Lion are both references to the Nemean lion, a lion with an impenetrable golden fur who was strangled to death as the first of the Twelve Labours of Heracles.
Rescue from the Underworld and Klothys's Design are both references to the myth of Orpheus bringing back Eurydice from the dead.
Kunoros, Hound of Athreos and Underworld Cerberus are both references to Cerberus, a multi-headed dog that guards the gates of the Underworld whose capture was the twelfth of the Twelve Labours of Heracles.
Ox of Agonas is a reference to the Cretan Bull, father of the Minotaur. His capture was the seventh of the Twelve Labours of Heracles.
Renata, Called to the Hunt and Nessian Boar are both references to the myth of Atalanta hunting the Calydonian Boar.
The Binding of the Titans is a reference to the myth of the Titanomachy.
Grasping Giant and Hundred-Handed One are both references to the Hecatoncheires, monstrous giants with fifty heads and one hundred arms.
Taranika, Akroan Veteran and Rest in Peace both depict the Gideon Memorial.
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