The card barelly sees play in modern. Sure 4 off on grixis control, no where else. Snapcaster Mage was 20€ for 2 years and played as a 4 of in at least five different decks and even now as a price point not so different from this one.
hahahaha I can't imagine somebody paying that for a hyped PW awesome (This card is not good enough) for that price I would get a snapcaster or a playset of splinter twin.
Why a card like this is worth so much money? Even tarmogoyf when was playing in standard didnt cost more than 10 - 12 euro....
Current price is unreal, the card is not, I repeat IS NOT good enough to even remotely justify its current cost.
Can be possible for up the Origins sales, Wizards ALWAYS think in everything
Obscene price point. Completely ridiculous for a standard card. I expect Wizards to do something about this in the VERY near future, otherwise standard is completely off-limits for most players
No Jace in Vancouver Pro Tour Top 8, doesn't seem that good after all
It's a Jace so people will play him. I don't really get the high price tag and I'm probably missing some broken combo but I'll wait and see for the next Pro Tour, I guess.
With a new non-rotating Constructed format, players now face exciting opportunities to build decks with their favorite cards from past Standard environments. In Jace, Vryn's Prodigy, Andifeated has found the perfect nostalgia-inducing card to brew with. Read how he approaches a new format!
October 21, 2019. The day that the average Magic collection gained around 20% in value. When Wizards announced the newest competitive format, it was a big day for everyone in Magic finance. Join Jamin on a tour through this fall's biggest winners.
The mourning continues in this series about the monumental banning of Faithless Looting from Modern. This time, Rone dives into the rest of the affected strategies in order to find the best future build for Mono-Red Prowess, Hollow One, and Mardu Pyromancer, to name but a few!
As usual, the Modern field at the most recent stop of the Cardmarket Series was the most diverse. The Top 16 featured no less than 15 different archetypes! Let's take a look at the best of what the format has to offer now, after the departure of Hogaak and Faithless Looting plus the addition of Stoneforge Mystic.
Voice of Resurgence? Delver of Secrets? Wild Nacatl? If you’ve forgotten these cards, it’s not your fault. Modern has had some power creep, Hans breaks down what doesn't cut mustard anymore!
Death’s Shadow is back! It's got a real shot at beating opponents by beating itself up. Only this time, we are getting rid of the red color and embracing white alongside some Modern Horizons additions. Join Rone as he digs into this new archetype and and its potential for Mythic Championship IV in Barcelona.
Snapcaster Mage, Young Pyromancer, Jace Vryn's Prodigy, Monastery Mentor, and Containment Priest: Are humans taking over Vintage? Pietro's got the answer.
Standard has been pretty dull lately, turbo fog and paradoxical outcome aside. Christian has decided that instead of rehashing the same old broken standard decks sporting a certain whirling goblin, he'd look back at his favorite decks through the ages in this look back at Standard years past.
Born as a causal format and intended for funny multiplayer games, today Commander 1v1 has garnered a large community and needs to move forward. This article will examine the major distinctions between the main Commander 1v1 formats and evaluate their strengths and weaknesses.
Well, it happened: Jace, the Mind Sculptor got unbanned and the world lost its collective cool. Now that we have a solid grouping of 5-0 MTGO decklists behind us, let's look at where the now-legal planeswalker shows promise. See for yourself what Jace has brought to the Modern metagame!
Is there such a thing as too much information? Or is it only too early information?
Magic, at its heart, is a game about change.
I don't know whether you are into new year resolutions or not, but my favorite resolution each year is to never stop learning.
There is a lot of talk about the new fan-created Magic format “Frontier”.
Wizards are probably aiming to set a new record for the most policy changes in a single year.
There are no good action movies... um, I mean decks - without helicopters.
There were two Standard GPs this weekend - Tokyo and New York
The last weeks have been brimming with action, so I skipped over the following small topics so far.
The new year has barely started and we are already well on our way into what might become the Modern year.
Today we try to net value on a flooded market.
Grand Prix Pittsburgh featured a lot of different strategies, but in the end the “rogue” decks succumbed to the well-known and most-played strategies.
Today we will be looking at various interesting trends in a news summary style.
How can we leverage game theoretical insights for our financial success?
The Standard event in Prague contained some interesting tech.
Catching up after Pro Tour Milwaukee and MKM Series Prague
Cards to watch before and during the upcoming Pro Tour Milwaukee.
The SCG Indianapolis Coverage broke up the day two field into 31 (!) different archetypes. Which cards will be the financial winners?
What is hot on day one of the new Standard?
The most relevant condition for any Battle for Zendikar speculation is the actual rarity of the Expeditions. Given that their expected value wouldn't just be cut in half over night by showing up twice as often, they would make up an even bigger portion of the value of a case.
The “weekend” is starting very early this week: Today is already the first day of the Magic World Championship!
Jeskai would have been a better fit with the flag of the U.K. but Grand Prix London was all about Abzan.
GP San Diego proved that Magic Origins still had more to offer
Not a single card from Magic Origins made it into the Modern Top8 lists in Toulouse! That is quite surprising...
The MKM Series event in Toulouse is in the books and we have gained a lot of data to look at.
I have been advocating to buy various black cards in recent weeks and that is what I have mostly been doing myself.
The first Origin-al decks cause price fluctuations!
Which Origins cards will be able to perform on the first weekend?