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Quote from mtgbarbadosAll the best decks are cheap sans zoo. Why is this a problem?
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Quote from DarkVADERSeems like e market is full of hoarders..those with Modern staples insist on selling high. Those looking for staples are not willing to buy at these inflated prices.
As a result cards are struck in files & pple can't join modern wirhout getting those cards.
Quote from capitacomModern decks are expensive: but you will be able to play them for years without losing value. And it is still a lot cheaper than legacy.
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Quote from tomathan88Yet it is still an average of $150 to buy from scratch. That's a lot of money for cardboard.
i really hope prices go down soon.
Quote from tomathan88it seems like anyone with a budget is forced to play one color and one color only. and even then the deck prices from scratch are high. take death and taxes for example. one color, simple, cheap cards. most expensive card in it is aether vial. yet it is still an average of $150 to buy from scratch. that's a lot of money for cardboard.
i really hope prices go down soon.
Also, consider that Liliana counts as occasional mana denial, and it starts to become a significant portion of our strategy.
Quote from slipknot72102My idea is to cards that have been staples in the past extended or standard and make some new copies under a different expansion. Then sell these in booster packs that are only modern/eternal format legal. The card pool would be relatively high enough and some cards that should be worth more like goyf, bob,ect can be mythic rares while more vanilla staples like lands can be rares.
Quote from Timothy, MimeslayerI personally think that WotC should make it so that no card in modern is above $20 average on the secondary market and no mana fixing land is above $10 but that is just me thinking that accessibility to a format makes it a healthier format.
Now foils, let those be hundreds of dollars for all I care.
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LMAO I can't remember a time in the history of Magic where a Tier 1 deck in any format could be built from scratch for $150.
I am convinced that WotC is "dumbing" the game because of all the stupid posts they come across on MTG-related forums
Quote from UBwinsSo WotC is supposed to reprint things solely based on how expensive they become in the secondary market? Not only is that one of the worst ideas I've ever heard, it kind of sounds like communism.
Quote from SuperSaiyanXMikeI dont know if it has been talked about, but when did Plow Under jump up in price?
I was planning on buying a few for under a dollar.
Is it even seeing any play?
Quote from slipknot72102Good news!
Wait a month and it will drop because 12post is dead.
Quote from JaruriThere's already one 8th edition up for 90 cents.
Quote from slipknot72102Maybe I under estimate how fast the prices of cards cycle lol.