One mana to activate should be cheap enough compared to your other options that Penregon Strongbull will be a fine playable for the sacrifice-themed decks. It also attacks into a lot of boards just based on the threat of activation, so I really like it.
Unearth existing in the set makes graveyard hate somewhat desirable. A cheap artifact that you can play, exile an unearth creature, and then just sacrifice to draw a card is pretty fine to run. You can then recur Soul-Guide Lantern for more value or whatever else, so I reckon this will play out fairly well.
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