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The Most Iconic Card in Magic

Black Lotus is the most well-known card in Magic: The Gathering. It was first printed in 1993 and is a member of the iconic power nine, which means, like the other members of the power nine, Black Lotus was only printed in the first three sets ever made in Magic – Alpha, Beta, and Unlimited. Its effect is considered as one of the most powerful ever made in MTG, generating three mana of any color at zero mana cost.

Why is Black Lotus So Expensive Yet So Good?

Black Lotus is famously the most expensive card in Magic with the cheapest on Cardmarket going for well over 2.000,00 € and easily breaking 10.000,00 € for mint condition Alpha versions. The reason for this is fairly simple: Firstly, it is a rare card from three extremely short-printed sets, meaning very few packs of Alpha, Beta, and Unlimited were ever released. Secondly, it is one of the most powerful cards in Alpha, enabling the first major one-turn kill combo in Magic.

Players would play a Mountain and a Black Lotus, and would sacrifice the Black Lotus for three green mana. Then they would play Channel and pay 19 life to generate 19 colorless mana. With 19 colorless mana, one green mana, and one red mana, they would cast a Fireball where x equals 20, instantly killing their opponent before their opponent could play a single card!

This combo, in conjunction with Black Lotus' playability in any deck, quickly made it the most valuable card in the first three short-printed Magic sets. More than twenty years later, with no tournament-legal reprints, Black Lotus remains the most valuable card in Magic: The Gathering.

Banned in Every Format but One

Black Lotus is expensive, and it is also banned in every format except Vintage, where it is restricted to one, not unlike its brethren in the power nine.  This is done because of the card's insanely high power level. Vintage is a format in which every card that is playable by the current rules of MTG is legal. As a result, the card is played in almost every Vintage deck, as there is little reason not to run a card that gives you three mana for free if you can run that card.

Price is also an important reason why Black Lotus is restricted in Vintage (and banned in every other format). When you factor in the cost of Black Lotus and the other played power nine cards, Vintage decks tend to cost north of 13.000,00 € even with Black Lotus restricted to one card per deck. It is, therefore, also useful to restrict the card based on its price, as Vintage is already an unapproachable format due to its high cost.

Similar Cards and The Future of Black Lotus

Players should expect Vintage to remain the only format in which Black Lotus is legal. It is a card that can be played in any deck and would be absolutely required in the vast majority of decks in any format it was legal in, so Wizards of the Coast and the other format rules advisors will not be doing that. It is also on Wizard's infamous reserve list, which means Wizards has no intention of ever reprinting the card. Players who collect them can be confident in the card's value. This also implies that the card's price will likely rise as long as Magic is popular, as few to zero additional Black Lotuses will enter the market.

If you are interested in cards like Black Lotus, but do not feel like shelling out 5.000,00 €, there are numerous cards Wizards has made in homage to the original lotus. Gilded Lotus, Lotus Vale, and even the recent Dowsing Dagger / Lost Vale are a few examples. However, anyone interested can find many other references to MTG’s most well-known card.

Black Lotus is, and will remain, Magic’s most iconic card, as well as its most expensive card. It is definitely a valuable piece of Magic: The Gathering’s history.

Comments (8)

SnazzyRascal(23.04.2021 18:32)

It's alright, might see play

timewa(17.09.2018 22:17)

Performance level: Above average

luvalizee(10.01.2018 12:32)


To some power is guns
To some power is knifes
To some power is the ability to read, and write.
To some power is control
To some power is a fist
To some like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Power was words.
To some power is like a trapped animal trying to get out of a cage.
To some power is love
To some power is art
To some power is money
To me power is knowledge
So what is power to you?

Edwina Matthews

manelmolina(08.05.2015 21:49)

The holy grial of magic, when I was a kid it costs in our currency 360 euros of now and seemed inbeliable. Now it's 10.000... OMG

DefaultUser(08.05.2015 16:06)

This is the more common version of the black bordered Lotus, with 3300 copies printed. Back in the days (mid 1994) before sleeves were commonly availlable, and black sleeves were simply not yet manufactured at all, beta Lotus was the most expensive card out there, at whopping 120$. Alpha cards were only playable if decks were all alpha cards, so alpha was only 99 dollars.

Closed-Cardmarket-Account-1574570(08.05.2015 15:30)

L'accelerino per eccellenza, la carta che tutti i giocatori di magic sognano e che aspirano di avere un giorno.
Peccato il costo spropositato.

Raphygames(08.05.2015 00:17)

Commonly known as the most expensive Magic : the Gathering's card, Black Lotus is certainly one of the most powerfull of the game, and for sure, the most emblematic.

Even if Black Lotus is not the most expensive, nor the rarer, nor the most powerfull Magic : the Gathering's card neither, Black Lotus is representing all the spirit of the game. Black Lotus is a rare card from the first Magic : the Gathering's set, representing the ultimate goal of many collectors. It have the worldwide known "black flower" picture from Christopher Rush. And finally, it shows you the basis of Magic : the Gathering's rules. (Tap to activate, discarded when used, ask the player to make a choice and exploit the mana-based Magic : the Gathering's system).

thechrom(07.05.2015 22:35)

A mint Black Lotus sells usually for 20,000+€. It is onsidered to be the most valuable non-promotional Magic card ever printed

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