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10 Most Expensive Cards from Magic: The Gathering Outlaws of Thunder Junction 1 Month After Release

Outlaws of Thunder Junction, the latest Magic: The Gathering set, has been out for a month, and these are the most expensive cards we all hope to find in our boosters.

It’s common in Magic: The Gathering for cards to increase greatly in value after the deck has been out for a while. The newest expansion, Outlaws of Thunder Junction, is no different. There are many cards within the new set, but we have compiled the 10 most valuable cards to keep an eye out for.

The Top 10 Most Expensive Cards from Outlaws of Thunder Junction

#10 – Leyline Binding: Textured Foil

Leyline Binding MTG
Image Credit – Topdeck Hero Joliette
  • Price: AU$102.10

Leyline Binding is a textured foil card featuring a unique artwork style of a cowboy tied to train tracks. The image shows a Magic: The Gathering version of the lawless old West. Additionally, the card comes with the Domain effect on it, having its spell cost one less Mana for each basic land type among lands you control. Very interesting to see an Enchantment being the tenth most expensive card.

#9 – Tarnation Vista: Showcase – Textured Foil

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  • Price: AU$118.50

Tarnation Vista is a Land card depicting a gloomy side to the Western theme of Outlaws of Thunder Junction. What makes it a great card is that when Tapped, it adds one Mana of a single color or controlled-color permanents. The card is great for players looking to build around singular colors specifically. However, at the end of the day, it is not the best card here.

#8 – Oko, Thief of Crowns: Textured Foil

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  • Price: AU$182.50

Oko, Thief of Crowns has stunning blues and greens artwork. The Planeswalker is part of the Breaking News set for those curious. It is a very powerful card, allowing for players to not only create Food tokens with it but to turn targeted artifacts and creatures into Elk. This effect causes the target to lose all abilities.

#7 – Force of Vigor: Textured Foil

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  • Price: AU$201.90

Having Force of Vigor, an Instant, be so valuable is not too shocking to see. The Textured Foil variant is a big bump in value but its stunning and chaotic artwork further adds to it. The card itself is fantastic, allowing you to save Mana cost for exiling Green cards on your opponent’s turn is an impressive effect. Furthermore, the bonus of destroying two target artifacts and/or enhancements and not cost Mana is something that shouldn’t be overlooked.

#6 – Lotus Ring: Showcase – Raised Foil

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  • Price: AU$214.00

The Lotus Ring Raised Foil is a pricey card both in-game and in real life. It costs 3 mana to cast and equip. The card is indestructible, which is great to have, especially with its looping style of effect. Players can give an equipped creature +3/+3 vigilance and then sacrifice it. By doing this, it adds three Mana to a singular color. The card is great at building up Mana and something that will work well in many players’ decks.

#5 – Loot, the Key to Everything: Showcase – Raised Foil

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Image Credit – Face to Face Games
  • Price: AU$227.40

Loot, the Key to Everything is a fantastic Legendary Creature card. Not just in design but also in terms of what it offers. Players can draw extra cards from their library that aren’t Land cards and play them.

#4 – Vaultborn Tyrant: Showcase – Raised Foil

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  • Price: AU$331.00

The Vaultborn Tyrant card looks amazing and having it in Raised Foil only makes it better. Additionally, having Trample is a great touch for players. The effect of either the Tyrant or another creature being of 4 power or greater gaining 3 life plus drawing a card by entering the battlefield is impressive. Players who build their decks around high power can combo with this to cause some serious damage. Its only drawback is its high Mana cost of 7. No wonder it’s the fourth most expensive card in the Outlaws of Thunder Junction set.

#3 – Mana Drain: Textured Foil

Mana drain outlaws of thunder junction
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  • Price: AU$366.80

Mana Drain is a great card all around. The fact that it is an Instant is always appealing. However, the counter target spell and being refunded Mana make it all the better. The artwork on Mana Drain is also stunning, showing the Mana being drained from a character is both terrifying and beautiful at the same time.

#2 – Mindbreak Trap: Textured Foil

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  • Price: AU$403.40

Mindbreak Trap may look like a scary card and that’s because it is. The Instant-Trap card is optimal for players who are worried about their opponent casting spells because it exiles any and all of them. However, what adds to that is if your opponent casts three or more spells as you, the Mana cost for Mindbreak Trap is zero. Therefore, if you get hit with an onslaught of spells, you can exile them, and it doesn’t cost a thing.

#1 – Sword of Wealth and Power: Showcase – Raised Foil

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Image Credit – Face to Face Games
  • Price: AU$555.50

The Sword of Wealth and Power, its Raised Foil variant, to be exact, is currently the most expensive card in Outlaws of Thunder Junction. Equipping this to a creature can turn the tide of battle in your favor. The creature not only gets +2/+2 stats raised, but when it deals combat damage, it creates a Treasure token. Furthermore, the card allows for spell copying when you cast an instant or sorcery. The best part of all for many players is that the creature you target with this card is protected from all instants and sorceries, giving you a big advantage.

That is everything to know about the most expensive cards after one month in Outlaws of Thunder Junction in Magic: The Gathering. What do you think of the list? Any cards that surprise you? Let us know in the comments below. If you enjoyed this article and wish to see more on Magic: The Gathering, be sure to visit our Guide Hub.