Magic: The Gathering's latest set, Innistrad: Crimson Vow, contains many playable cards across formats. Fans of Werewolves, Vampires, and Zombies should be excited for some of the new cards found in the set. Due to heightened interest and demand, multiple Crimson Vow mythic rares had average market prices over $10.
In my latest TCGplayer Infinite article, The 10 Most Valuable Cards in Crimson Vow, I cover the ten most valuable cards in Crimson Vow upon release. While Cultivator Colossus is pricy due to its combo with Abundance, you may be surprised by a few of the cards on the list.
Innistrad: Crimson Vow brings more Vampires, Werewolves, and Zombies to Magic: The Gathering. Excitingly, Crimson Vow introduces 14 new Werewolf cards and 30 new Vampire cards. Standard and Commander players have many more card options to explore from Crimson Vow.
In my TCGplayer Infinite article, Which Cards Spike Because of Crimson Vow, I discuss some older MTG cards that saw price spikes due to Crimson Vow. Vampires such as Bloodline Keeper and Olivia Voldaren were not the only cards to see price increases. Interestingly, a few non-Vampire cards saw price spikes due to new synergizes. If you play Commander, this is an article you will not want to miss.
Blue is one of the most powerful colors in Magic: The Gathering's Commander format. The ability to draw extra cards, gain control of an opponent's creatures and counterspells are alluring. Multiple themes and strategies revolve around the color blue, such as spell-slinging, Wizards, and artifacts.
In my recent article, 10 Blue Commander Cards You Should Be Playing on TCGplayer Infinite, I discuss ten blue cards you may not be playing in Commander. Spells like Counterspell and Cyclonic Rift are Commander staples but not the only blue cards worth including in a Commander deck. I encourage you to try one of the ten blue cards mentioned in the article during our next Commander event with friends.
Building a Magic: The Gathering Commander deck can be an expensive endeavor. Some of the most popular Commander cards such as Dockside Extortionist, Smothering Tithe, and Rhystic Study may cost you $30+ each. Players creating Commander decks on a limited budget may need to consider alternatives for some high-demand staples.
If you are a budget-focused Commander player, I recommend reading 6 Commander Staples with Affordable Alternatives on TCGplayer Infinite. My article provides alternative options for some of MTG's Commander staples. If your are interested in budget-friendly options for cards like Demonic Tutor, Mystical Tutor, and Craterhoof Behemoth, then you will not want to skip reading 6 Commander Staples with Affordable Alternatives.
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