PROTRADER: Pulling the Plug

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By: Travis Allen
@wizardbumpin


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Wizards finished upending the Commander 2016 spoiler cup into our lap on Friday, and subsequently the full set list has been available for several days now. Even if you aren’t a fan of the format, there’s something here for anyone that ever casts a Magic card. Following in the footsteps of Conspiracy: Take the Crown earlier this year, C16 is packed with mid-value reprints that land all over the place in terms of demand profiles. We’ve got casual all-stars like Sol Ring and Solemn Simulacrum, out-of-left-field cards like Iroas, God of Victory and Wheel of Fate, and even some Legacy action with (not-a-reprint) Magus of the Will. Regardless of how you like to play the game, there are reprints or new cards in here that you’ll be glad to take advantage of.

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2 thoughts on “PROTRADER: Pulling the Plug”

  1. “I can’t tell you that that’s fun though, and what is life without hope.”

    #FinanceLife

    So then, what’s your take on all the EMA stuff? Hard sell?

    1. Pretty much, I think. Some of it is geared more for other formats than Legacy — Gamble comes to mind — but any Legacy-specific stuff is in rough shape.

      One offset is that all of those cards were just reprinted, so some/most are going to be close to their floor for awhile. You may see a few individual cards rise, but that won’t be because of persistent Legacy demand.

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