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These are lands that come with the Cycling mechanic, allowing players to draw a card for a cost, increasing deck versatility.
Dual Lands are lands that can produce two different types of mana, offering strategic flexibility in mana management.
These are lands that can be retrieved from the deck using fetch lands, improving mana consistency.
These lands can fetch lands that have a basic land type from your deck, improving mana consistency and deck thinning
Filter Lands are lands capable of converting one color of mana into another, providing an edge in multicolor decks.
These are MTG cards with two faces that can transform during gameplay, adding a unique dynamic to the game.
Cards from the Godzilla Series feature iconic characters from the Godzilla franchise, bringing a pop culture twist to your MTG collection.
These are key cards frequently played in the Legacy format, forming the backbone of many competitive decks.
Manlands are lands that can turn into creatures, usually for a specific mana cost, enabling unexpected attacks or blocks.
These are the most prevalent and influential cards in the Modern format, crucial for any serious Modern player.
Cards from the Mystery Booster set, known for its vast pool of reprints and the chance of getting cards from any era of MTG.
Mythic Rare cards valued under $1, offering powerful abilities at an affordable price.
These are the most commonly used cards in Pauper, a format where only cards printed at the common rarity are allowed.
These cards are commonly played and form the basis of the Pioneer format, which includes cards from Return to Ravnica and onward.
The 100 most expensive cards that are legal to play in the Pioneer format.
These are powerful cards representing major characters in MTG's lore, each with unique abilities that can change the course of a game.
The nine most powerful cards in Magic's history, often considered the pinnacle of power in the game.
Cards on this list will never be reprinted by Wizards of the Coast, preserving their scarcity and value.
Dual lands that can enter the battlefield untapped at the cost of 2 life, offering strategic flexibility at a price.
Cards that are currently in Standard and are also playable in eternal formats such as Legacy, Vintage, or Modern.
These are the most commonly played cards in the current Standard format, essential to staying competitive.
The 100 most valuable token cards, which are supplementary cards produced by certain spells and abilities.