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Shop Our Brands. All Rights Reserved. Each brood lineage has a characteristic look that follows the look of its progenitor, including visual cues, skin textures, and themes. Today we do the unthinkable: we peer deep into the details of each Eldrazi lineage and discover how their looks differ. After today, you'll be able to travel to Zendikar and identify the species of any Eldrazi monstrosity you see. The brood lineage spawned from Emrakul, the Aeons Torn has several hallmarks. The first and most recognizable is the spongy, fleshy latticework built into the anatomy of these creatures. These incomprehensible structures—sort of a cross between whale baleen and the cell wall structures of calcified plants—exist for no known purpose. Some merfolk scholars have speculated that the lattice somehow allows the Emrakul lineage to bend gravity more powerfully than the other lineages.

You can see good shots of the strange latticework on several cards throughout Rise of the Eldrazi. Nest Invader Art by Trevor Claxton. Emrakul Concept by Mark Tedin. Eldrazi of the Emrakul lineage also bear otherworldly color schemes, merging deep blues with crusty ochres and shocking magentas. This odd coloration is common to most Eldrazi, as their once-astral forms are thought to reflect Zendikar's light in unnatural ways, but the effect is especially prominent in the Emrakul lineage.

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Gravitational Shift Art by Svetlin Velinov. Consume the Meek Art by Chippy.

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Another visual cue of the Emrakul lineage is the thin, ropy, tentacular growths that end in fingerlike or clawlike projections. Emrakul-lineage creatures use these growths to snare or bind their prey before ingesting their living energies, but they may also give rise to less obvious powers or senses. Emrakul lineage concepts by Mark Tedin. Eldrazi Conscription Art by Jaime Jones. Emrakul concepts by Mark Tedin. Each lineage has its own form of squirmy, underdeveloped, mana-infused pupa: the Eldrazi Spawn.

Eldrazi spawn are small—mere infants compared to the Brobdingnagian monstrosities they serve—but they serve an important role to the brood lineage. By some unknown process, greater Eldrazi can store consumed energy in their spawned underlings and then hatch greater Eldrazi by consuming the spawn in turn. Just like other Eldrazi, the anatomy and body plan of the spawn creatures follow the look of the rest of the lineage. The spawn of the Emrakul lineage walk on two stumpy little legs, and have some of the same bizarre coloration and spongy latticework built into its anatomy.

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Emrakul spawn concepts by Richard Whitters. Emrakul's Hatcher Art by Jaime Jones. The lineage of Ulamog, the Infinite Gyre has its own visual hallmarks. The most notable feature is the skull-like bony plates that enshroud or make up the head region.

The texture of bone combined with the creepy faceless implacability make the intentions of the Ulamog lineage impossible to read, and therefore make them quite frightful. It is not known what sensory organs these Eldrazi possess, or whether they have senses that defy scholars' normal understanding of perception. Ulamog lineage concepts by Mark Tedin. Dreamstone Hedron Art by Eric Deschamp. Traitorous Instinct Art by Scott Chou. The Ulamog lineage is the most limb-crazy of the three lineages. Rather than true legs, many Ulamog-lineage creatures have masses of tentacles that support torsos that themselves branch into thick arms.