Players often open Magic: The Gathering Draft and Set Boosters to find a chase Mythic Rare or Rare. More often that not, players end up pulling cards worth less in aggregate than a booster's retail price. Many of the Uncommons and Commons found in booster packs are usually worth pennies. However, sometimes Uncommons and Commons have application outside of Limited formats. As such, demand can rise for Uncommons and Commons with playability in Constructed formats, as well as their average market prices.
My recent article, 10 More Crazy Valuable Cards You Probably Own, covers ten valuable Commons and Uncommons you probably have sitting in bulk bins. Cards such as Relic of Legends and An Offer You Can't Refuse are worth more than many Rares from the same set. Check out the article to see what other hidden treasure you may have in your collection.
Esper is Magic: The Gathering's color shard of white, blue, and black. Esper focuses on utilizing science and technology to defeat opponents. Furthermore, Esper strives to perfect creatures and spells to their fullest potential.
In my latest Commander article, 7 Esper MTG Cards You Should be Playing in Commander, I highlight some of the better Esper card choices for decks. Legendary creatures like Alela, Artful Provocateur and Raffine, Scheming Seer are more than just commander options. Check out the article to see what other other Esper cards are worth your consideration.
Jeskai is Magic: The Gathering's color wedge of blue, red and white. All three of Jeskai's colors contain a plethora of noncreature spells that target creatures, enchantments, and other card types. Furthermore, Jeskai is known for creatures with the prowess mechanic that want players to cast noncreature spells.
In my Commander article, 7 Jeskai MTG Cards You Should be Playing in Commander, I cover some of the better Jeskai card choices for decks. Legendary creatures like Elsha of the Infinite and Kykar, Wind's Fury are more than just commander options. Check out the article to see what other other Jeskai cards are worth your consideration.
Magic: The Gathering's Phyrexia: All Will Be One released in early February to great fanfare. Compleated planeswalkers, a cycle of Twilight spells, and plenty of Phyrexian creatures are found in the set. Potent cards including Atraxa, Grand Unifier, Tyvar, Jubilant Brawler, and Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines are seeing play across Constructed formats. All Will Be One continues to do well as Compleat Edition Bundles fly off the shelves.
In my article, Which Cards Spiked Because of Phyrexia: All Will Be One, I cover multiple MTG cards that spiked in price because of the set. New combos and interactions led to an increase in demand for a handful of older MTG cards. Read the article to find out which cards players are adding to their collections.
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