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  • Top 10 Most Expensive MTG Cards in Mirrodin
    Even with a Phyexian takeover, these Mirrodin cards still hold their value! Phyrexia this, Phyrexia that. All anyone can talk about at the moment is Phyrexia and all the new cards from All Will Be One. What about what was going on before the Phyrexians rocked up on Mirrodin and turned it into an oily, writhing … Read more
  • The 10 Most Expensive MTG Cards in The Brothers’ War
    The sibling rivalry continues. Magic: The Gathering’s November 2022 Standard set, The Brothers’ War, became available globally in mid-November. The Brothers’ War is a journey to MTG’s past when two brothers waged war on Dominaria. Draft, Set, and Collector Boosters from The Brothers’ War contain retro artifacts, melding planeswalkers, Transformers, and other exciting cards. Interestingly, The Brothers’ War contains 40 Story Spotlight cards that tell the tale … Read more
  • 10 Most Expensive MTG Cards in Scars of Mirrodin
    More valuable than Phyrexian Oil. Scars of Mirrodin is over a decade old, but its legacy as a set is still felt, even today. Some of the cards included in Scars of Mirrodin have gone on to have long and storied careers in competitive constructed Magic, and have prices that reflect that. From powerful lands to massive artifact … Read more
  • The 10 Cards Everybody Wants from Double Masters 2022
    Textured foils, borderless arts, etched treatments, and more! Double Masters 2022 will drop on July 8, 2022, which offers an abundance of cards for players who play multiple formats and dedicated card collectors. Like the first Double Masters, Double Masters 2022 is a reprint set that focuses on reprinting some of the most influential cards … Read more
  • The 10 Most Expensive MTG Cards in Champions of Kamigawa
    Once Standard bulk, now Commander staples. Released in 2004, Champions of Kamigawa became an MTG fan favorite for the most peculiar reasons. The Shinto-inspired block introduced beloved creature subtypes such as Monk, Samurai, and Ninjas. Also, the set provided some unique mechanics you only see in reprint sets, such as Arcane, Soulshift, and Spirits. While these mechanics … Read more