29, Oct, 21

The MTG Marketplace: Biggest Winners, Losers and Trends of 10/25/2021

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This week, the Modern format got a lot of market attention, with several Modern Horizons 2 cards trending upwards, and an old Planeswalker gaining new traction. Plus, a Crimson Vow reprint means a multi-format powerhouse will be available for budget players.

Welcome to The MTG Marketplace, a weekly article on MTG Rocks where we cover each week’s biggest price spikes and overall market trends.

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Weekly Winners

Teferi, Time Raveler

Teferi, Time Raveler, or T3feri (“Three-feri”) as he is sometimes referred to, is banned in both the Historic and Pioneer formats. Now he’s looking to take over another format: Modern.

The time-bending mage has been steadily inching upwards in price over the last few weeks. Today he is about a $20.00 card. Why? It’s because he’s being included in a growing number of decks in Modern like Azorius Control, Elementals, Esper Reanimator, and 4-color piles. He’s great in any deck that wants to protect its combos or just disrupt opposing interactive spells.

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I wrote on this card in detail earlier this week in my article, Modern Horizons 2 Mythic Hits Massive Price Jump, when the card spiked from $35.00 to $50.00. Since Monday, more copies of Solitude have hit the market. But this has done little to bring down the price of the card, as it is seemingly stabilized at around $58.00 as of today.

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Eidolon of the Great Revel

Wizards of the Coast

Burn is a classic Modern deck, and it has recently been picking up steam in the Modern metagame. It is possible players are turning to Burn as a reaction to recent shifts in the metagame when Azorius Control rose to prominence.

MTG Goldfish

Because of the deck’s increase in play, Burn staple, Eidolon of the Great Revels, is now about $15.00 (up from $12.00). This may indicate other Burn related cards like Sunbaked Canyon and Inspiring Vantage could rise in price in the near future.

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Brought Back

Wizards of the Coast

I mentioned in last week’s MTG Marketplace article that Brought Back was worth keeping an eye on, and I revisited the card again in my article, Bringing Back Brought Back: MTG Card Price is on the Rise. I predicted the card would rise to about $5.00 and as of today, it has. As people continue to brew with this card in Modern, I’m curious to see if this card will continue trending upwards.

Keep an Eye On


I don’t think Fury will rise to the same price levels as Solitude, but it is beginning to trend upwards. At the start of the week it was about $15.00-$16.00. Now, the lowest available listings on TCGPlayer are about $18.00 at minimum. But I think Fury could go higher.

Fury is included in a variety of Modern decks like Elementals, Crashcade, Boros Midrange, and other red-based midrange decks. I foresee this card easily being $20.00, and with time, perhaps rising further. I would definitely pick up copies soon.

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Weekly Losers

Thalia, Guardian of Thraben

We knew we’d be getting a popular and powerful reprint in Innistrad: Crimson Vow because head MTG designer, Mark Rosewater, hinted at such. While many were hoping this reprint would be Snapcaster Mage, Thalia is a pretty good consolation.

Thalia will certainly provide some counterplay to the dominance of Izzet Turn decks in Standard. But even more exciting, is that Thalia’s reprinting into Standard means players can pick her up for great prices.

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