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Weekly Winners 2022 - 06

11 Feb
by Arjen

Both Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty and its commander decks have been fully spoiled, meaning it is time to start brewing and we see the effects on card prices hitting hard. Lots of movement this week and mostly because of these newly spoiled cards. However most spikes seem related to commander interactions, which is definitely not uncommon nowadays.

Like every week, just in time for FNM, I'll now tell you about the cards that will be the talk of the town tonight!

Come discuss this week's price movements with us on Reddit.


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#1 Fervent Charge $11.49 (+974%)

Fervent Charge


Almost a 1000% increase for this rare from Apocalypse that used to trade for less than one dollar. I am not much of a commander player, but it seems like this card could have been good already in certain decks, but I also realise that the colors make the card somewhat restrictive to only a hand full of commanders. But when looking at EDHREC it seems that the commander it is most played with, Zurgo Helmsmasher, it only finds its way in less than 3% of the decks.

Now when it comes to this new price point, it won't come as a surprise that this card spiked because of an interaction with a new card from Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty. That card is Isshin, Two Heavens as One. This interaction is not hard to spot. Isshin says that when a creature attacking causes a triggered ability of a permanent you control to trigger, that ability triggers an additional time. Coincidentally (not really) Fervent Charge has a triggered ability when a creature attacks, and thus triggers an additional time giving your attacking creatures +4/+4.

And while the interaction certainly is there, going from $1 to almost $12 is quite a leap for an effect like this. But that is where The Command Zone comes in again with their video discussing new commanders in Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty. Around the 58 minute mark they discuss Isshin, Two Heavens as One and mention Fervent Charge. This could definitely add some additional eyes on this card.

Fervent Charge
Isshin, Two Heavens as One


#2 Shrines, shrines, shrines!

In the Weekly Winners of last week we already discussed Sanctum of All, and while I usually try to not discuss the same cards two weeks in a row I noticed this list in this week's Interests:

That is 10 shrines in the top 20 this week and that seems like important enough to address and discuss. Get ready for a bunch of charts!

Honden of Life's Web $4.24 (+240%)
Honden of Life's Web


Sanctum of Stone Fangs $3.07 (+152%)
Sanctum of Stone Fangs


Honden of Seeing Winds $8.74 (+150%)
Honden of Seeing Winds


Honden of Cleansing Fire $7.51 (+137%)
Honden of Cleansing Fire


Honden of Infinite Rage $2.99 (+92%)
Honden of Infinite Rage


Sanctum of All $4.50 (+115%)
Sanctum of All


As we discussed last week we saw a new cycle of shrines being printed in Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty, which seems to have led to the spike of Sanctum of All. A card last week that I missed was the printing of Go-Shintai of Life's Origin in the Commander: Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty set. Not only does this card revolve around shrines, and is a shrine itself, but it also has every color identity because of its activated ability, meaning we can play all shrines in the deck. And on top of that we can get shrines back from our graveyard with its activated ability. Enough reason for shrines to become more popular than ever.

Some shrines already saw some play in commander. For example, Sanctum of Stone Fangs already sees play in decks revolving around Belbe, Corrupted Observer, Sisay, Weatherlight Captain, or the newer commander from Vampiric Bloodline Strefan, Maurer Progenitor.

Honden of Cleansing Fire
Honden of Infinite Rage
Honden of Life's Web
Honden of Seeing Winds
Honden of Cleansing Fire
Honden of Infinite Rage
Honden of Life's Web
Honden of Seeing Winds
Sanctum of All
Sanctum of Stone Fangs
Honden of Infinite Rage
Honden of Seeing Winds


#3 Mindleech Mass $4.99 (+122%)

Mindleech Mass


And another card spiking because of Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty. This time it is Mindleech Mass, which has shown up in Interests in the past not too long ago, but not going high enough to make the Weekly Winners. It is mostly played in commander decks revolving around Nebuchadnezzar, Wrexial, the Risen Deep, and more recently Umbris, Fear Manifest and Runo Stromkirk.

But this week it goes up because of Satoru Umezawa. Being able to Ninjutsu Mindleech Mass in for only 4 mana, dealing 6 damage and then being able to cast a spell from your opponent's hand without paying its mana cost sounds pretty good! Especially in a format that includes quite a bunch of expensive high-impact spells.

Mindleech Mass
Satoru Umezawa


#4 Triangle of War $16.99 (+455%)

Triangle of War


Decided to add this card as a little extra as the fourth winner this week, even though it was the number 2 riser the past week. But the card simply is not interesting enough to mention in our regular Weekly Winners. Triangle of War is a rare card from Visions and is on the Reserved List. This last piece of info should already ring an alarmbell for you, since it means the card is easier to buy out since no additional copies will enter the market ever again.

Triangle of War does see a little small bit of Commander play. You can imagine the card works well in fight-decks, but besides that there does not seem to be any real demand. It does seem like the copies disappeared from the markets rather quickly and getting re-listed for insanely high prices. This has all the signs of a buyout. So don't panic if you want this card, it will most likely come down again.


Cheap Pickups

Please note: for our 'record low' we consider the price of the card over the past 7 years. Many cards have been even cheaper (a) decade(s) ago. Also note: some cards are still going down, and might be even cheaper pickups next week.


Liliana, Heretical Healer $9.96 - Trending down
Liliana, Heretical Healer


Staff of Domination $2.77 - Slowly trending down
Staff of Domination


Cabal Coffers $20.68 - Stable
Cabal Coffers


Cabal Coffers
Liliana, Heretical Healer
Staff of Domination

Arjen has been playing Magic since Ice Age and has mostly played the Legacy format. Ten years ago he founded MTGStocks because he and his friends wanted to buy Magic singles at the right time to play with.

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