Tarmogoyf

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Fdipper(2020-03-27 11:00)

Cmon it's not that bad. There are way worse artworks than this one ;}

tml84(2018-11-06 21:28)

One of the ugliest artworks i've ever seen on an magiccard

Radip(2017-03-02 23:37)

Tarmogoyf got reprinted in modern masters 2017!!! Maybe the price will finally fall to to more acceptable level. I hope it will be less than 40 EUR in a couple of months :)

Geerth(2015-06-03 15:27)

Finally got my playset. :D

The price is insane but there's no denying the power - if you want to play Jund or Junk, there's no way around him, sadly.

chapterix(2015-05-28 13:42)

With just shy of 300 available within MM2.. Why not 50% their current value? We have just seen their Mythic Quantities more than double

WalterWKrijthe(2015-05-27 12:03)

"They reprint and reprint tarmogoyf, but the price never will down"

It's not Wizards of the Coast who set value on single cards, except for how many the print. If Tarmogoyf was Common, it would be cheaper, obviously. But it's Mythic, and good Mythics cost more, because they're harder to get.

There is one other way they could change the value of Tarmogoyf. There have been many cards that plummeted in value because they got restricted, or worse, banned. Nobody will pay €100+ for a card that can't be used in tournaments. Unless it is to frame it and hang it on the wall... I don't expect Tarmogoyf will look good on the wall, but ya never know... ;)

Anyway, it's the buyers who set the price. If no one would buy a Tarmogoyf because of the price, eventually, the price will drop.

"Modern boosters are too expensive to actually drop card prices..."

Same point. If people don't buy them... etc.

Prices sometimes change very sudden, as mentioned, but not only because of banning, but also for good new combos. Dark Ritual almost doubled in value when I had 13 of them for sale. One day I noticed someone bought 12 of my Dark Rituals. I was quite surprised (I don't check prices on a daily basis) to find that the cheapest Dark Ritual on MCM was 10 cts more expensive than my highest priced card... It doesn't happen often, but it happens...

vedell(2015-05-25 19:24)

best creature ever printed, lads. just buy it before it's 200€! :D

arpacoo(2015-05-24 04:56)

do not put tarmogoyf in your green stompy deck. You know what is worse that a 1/2 for 2? A 1/2 for 2 that costs you 100€. But in any deck with turn 1 sorcery interaction (read: discard) not playing tarmogoyf requires a lot of excuses.

Fjaulnir(2015-05-12 22:56)

Well, Modern Masters 2 hasn't been opened yet, as soon as product enters the market (like after the GP-weekends) it'll probably drop a bit. But not 25% either probably lol ;)

But eventhough it has been spoiled for MMA2, it hasn't really entered the market yet so supply hasn't increased apart from some people trying to unload their unused ones quickly.

thechrom(2015-05-11 20:00)

Modern boosters are too expensive to actually drop card prices...

hugo87(2015-05-11 03:33)

Haha I also got my playset for 2 dollars, and sold them for like 30 euro each when I quit competitive playing 4 years ago. It was a great deal no matter what

Phebeus(2015-05-10 23:37)

I too find it is a overprized and overrated. No card should cost this much in Modern. If you want to spend over a hundred euros on one card then go play Legacy and Vintage formats.

Croczor(2015-05-09 17:53)

They reprint and reprint tarmogoyf, but the price never will down, ust is they print him in more 3 or 4 editions...

But i think its bad if this card gets lower than 90€, for the game its cool ofc, but they just break the colectors.

Osbagen(2015-05-09 17:00)

Would the Tarmo price take benefit from this reprint? Hard to say, but I don't expect a big variation in price. Probably the new art versions will drop a bit, due to the augmented availability.
We are still waiting for a Standard-playable reprint...that would really make the difference.

manelmolina(2015-05-08 21:33)

Mm2 quite here and price remains equal... WOTC has to print this as a common if they want price to drop...

manelmolina(2015-05-08 21:30)

I don't think either that this card is the best modern card but if it goes down I won't mind to get one for my collection.

blahblah(2015-05-08 16:29)

I honestly belive the value of this card is in it's reputation more than it's alctual usefulness. I cannot deny it's power yet I still believe it's way overpriced for what it actually does.

espartaco(2015-05-08 16:23)

My first 4 Tarmogoy were purchased for 1.99$ !! I sold them ten times more...19,95€

Now Could be sell for 100 times more!!! Is ridiculous...but more ridiculous the price on the reedition edition prices....

snake948(2015-05-08 10:41)

The card types that can appear on cards in a graveyard are artifact, creature, enchantment, instant, land, planeswalker, sorcery, and tribal.

noqxo(2015-05-08 09:38)

This is one of the most iconic creatures ever printed. Although it is only a "vanilla" body (meaning that it has no actual abilities) the power/thoughness ratio campared to its CMC (converted mana cost) is ridiculously good.
It is one of the best creatures in the modern and legacy format

leonin(2015-05-08 07:57)

I don't think the card will drop in value any time soon. Maybe around the 100 euro

Strategikon(2015-05-07 13:35)

With Modern Masters 2015 incoming, it's really time to lower the price. This price is ridiculous, i hope no one buys it at this price, so you understand.

Russostolto(2015-05-07 13:14)

shapeless daub ... more than 100 euro , really xD ? Grizzly Bears is a nice card , at least doesn't die from graveyard's hate

Torse(2015-05-07 11:10)

Maybe the reason that make people buy the box. So annoying in game.

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After a tumultuous year shaped by bans and new archetypes, Modern has never looked better – but could there be improvements in the new year to make it even more interesting?

Black Bases

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2018-01-13)

Modern decks have become so deadly, that you really want to disrupt the opposing game plan early and often.

Rivalling Tribes

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2018-01-04)

Which tribe will rise to the top?

Modern lies in Ruins

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-11-26)

One card to rule them all.

Hour of Presale

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-06-29)

The Hour of Devastation is nearly upon us!

Switching colors

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-05-29)

How does Modern look with the addition of Amonkhet a few weeks after players started brewing?

Amonkhet Prereleases and MKMS

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-04-20)

Our next MKM Series stop in Frankfurt is approaching, and you definitely don't want to miss it!

Green Day

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-04-05)

Green was barely existent in serious Magic in the early years.

Welcome to Amonkhet

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-03-28)

Unless you are a real Magic veteran, chances are good you didn't even know this card existed!

Modern for the Masses

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-03-07)

Will MM17 be able to grow the already most popular format even further?

MM17 Spoilers Part2

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-03-02)

Prepare to be blown away!

Foreshadowing

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-02-20)

The double Modern GP weekend is in the books!

Postmodern Times

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-02-15)

MtG Finance between the Double Modern GP weekend, MM17 and the WMC announcement.

From Zero to Hero

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2017-02-10)

This weekend may already shake up the Standard metagame a little at Grand Prix Pittsburgh, but the really interesting events will happen the weekend after that.

Brave new worlds

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2016-08-31)

Magic seems to be evolving on lots of levels in recent years and these independent developments may push the game to another level.

GP Minneapolis and GP Manchester

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2016-06-01)

There were two Standard GPs on the last weekend, one in Minneapolis and one in Manchester.

Pre GP Charlotte and Los Angeles

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2016-05-20)

What is the state of Modern after three big events last weekend and what should you look out for this weekend?

Tales from the Crypt

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2016-04-20)

Graveyards are everybody's favourite resource.

Tectonic Movements

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2016-01-21)

The Modern buy outs continue on a daily basis in the American market and the European response times have become quite short recently.

Expensive Commons

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2015-06-03)

And you thought 110 € for a Tarmogoyf was expensive? Guess again...

Modern Math

FinanceBy DrHoeh (2015-04-29)

How much MM15 product do you want to buy? How can we leverage the little information we have to answer that question?

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