MTG Challenger Deck 2022 Buyer's Guide
Magic; The Gathering's 2022 Challenger Decks released on April 1st 2022. The precon decks provide an affordable entry point to building Mono-White Aggro, Dimir Control, Gruul Stompy, and Rakdos Vampires for Standard. All four decks contain playable Standard cards and hold an estimated value (EV) above the expected MSRP.
In addition to buying Challenger Decks as a sealed product, players may opt to pick up reprinted singles at a discount. Typically Challenger Decks provide an influx of supply for in-demand singles, thus driving their average market prices lower. My latest article, Challenger Deck 2022 Buyer's Guide, found on TCGplayer Infinite covers some of the best buys for players interested in building Standard or Pioneer decks. Don't miss out on the chance to purchase Den of the Bugbear, Goldspan Dragon, and other powerful cards at 20-75% off.
Streets of New Capenna releases worldwide on April 29th. New Capenna is a metropolis with five families vying for control over it. Also, each family represents one of MTG's color shards. Players are probably most familiar with the color shard names of Bant, Esper, Grixis, Naya, and Jund.
New Capenna's five Commander Precon Decks offer an opportunity for Wizards of the Coast to reprint past shard-colored cards and other Commander staples. In addition, WotC's price increase for New Capenna's Commander decks may provide an opportunity to add more valuable reprints in them. My recent article, 7 Reprints We Want From Streets of New Capenna, covers a few potential reprints players would love to see in New Capenna Commander decks.
Dimir is one of the Magic: The Gathering's guilds from Ravnica: City of Guilds. Blue and Black are the MTG colors associated with Dimir. Players are probably most familiar with Dimir as the guild that mills an opponent's library and contains many evasive creatures like Rogues and Ninjas.
My article, 10 Dimir Cards You Should Be Playing, found at TCGplayer Infinite, lists 10 Dimir cards Commander players should consider including in their decks. While Baleful Strix and Notion Thief are notable Commander standouts, there Dimir other cards worth playing. Consider adding one or more cards found in the article to a UB Commander deck next time you play with a few friends.
Streets of New Capenna, Magic: The Gathering's spring 2022 Standard set, releases April 29th, 2022. In New Capenna, five families compete to rule the city and control the supply of Halo. Excitingly, each family represents a color shard first introduced in Shards of Alara.
In my article, 5 Cards We Want From Streets of New Capenna, I discuss a handful of cards players hope to see in New Capenna. Will Wizards of the Coast print MTG's first Naya-colored planeswalker? Does the New Capenna Bundle artwork allude to a card type found in the set? We shall know soon as Wizards of the Coast spoils the complete set in April.
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