Tapping into the realms of Dungeons & Dragons, Wizards of the Coast has created a second Commander Legends set, Battle for Baldur’s Gate, containing several infamous Forgotten Realms characters who have been transformed into Magic: The Gathering cards worth money.
Officially released on June 10, Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate (CLB) set had a prerelease Draft event take place prior to its launch that had initially valued what some of the cards were worth. Following the Baldur’s Gate official release, several major changes have taken place.
The second Commander Legends set contains a total of 361 regular cards and features alternative art and card styles via Showcase rule book frames, borderless, and extended art. Several booster fun Magic versions of CLB cards are worth over $100.
Here’s every MTG Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate card worth money on the secondary market. Updates will take place on a monthly basis. All CLB card prices via MTGGoldfish, TCGPlayer, and MTGStocks.
Ancient Copper Dragon
A cycle of elder dragons was included in the MTG Baldur’s Gate set, with several of those dragons worth over $100. Taking over the top spot of Baldur’s Gate cards to pull is the Ancient Copper Dragon. The elder dragon has a total of three versions, with the borderless foil version of Copper Dragon worth between $140 and $200. And the non-foil is valued at around $68.
The rule book Showcase version price dropped slightly since the CLB launch, priced at around $54. And the regular version of Ancient Copper Dragon has increased in value valued, worth around $54 as well.
Ancient Brass Dragon
Ancient Brass Dragon was a the top of the singles secondary market chart list prior to Copper Dragon bumping the Ancient from the number one spot. The CLB dragon also has three versions, with its borderless foil valued between $55 and $200.
All other versions of Ancient Brass Dragon dropped significantly since the release of MTG Baldur’s Gate. The Showcase foil is priced at around $27 and the borderless non-foil is worth around $25, while the regular version is valued at around $15.
Ancient Silver Dragon
Rising in value since the release of CLB is the Ancient Silver Dragon. Its borderless foil version was once worth around $50 and is now valued at between $70 and $130. Seeing gameplay in a variety of Commander decks, prices for the other versions of elder dragon also increased since launch.
The Showcase foil of the Ancient Silver Dragon is worth around $40 and the non-foil borderless is priced at around $35. Non-foil Showcase versions are around $30 and the regular version is worth around $17.
Champion of the poor Nalia de’Arnise has morphed into an MTG legendary creature within the CLB set. Supporting cleric, rogue, warrior, and wizard spells off the top of the library, the human rogue has only one version worth money. Regular versions of Nalia de’Arnise are only worth around $1, but her extended art foil is valued at $100.
Firkraag, Cunning Instigator
Supporting attacking dragons via Goad while scaling in power, Firkraag, Cunning Instigator is in the colors Blue and Red. Similar to Nalia de’Arnise, the legendary dragon has a regular version worth around $3. But the extended art foil is valued at between $80 and $100.
Captain N’ghathrod of the Scavenger is all about milling your opponent’s stuff and then stealing it, like a true pirate. The legendary CLB continues the trend of having an extended art foil version worth around $100, while its regular version is only priced at between $4 and $5.
Baeloth Barrityl, Entertainer
Capitalizing on the Goaded MTG mechanic is Baeloth Barrityl, Entertainer. The elf Shaman has a regular version priced at around $3 and an extended art foil worth a lot more. Valued at around $67 to $80 is the Baeloth Barrityl, Entertainer extended foil, making it a top card to pull from CLB booster packs.
Burakos, Party Leader
Supporting Party synergies within Commander decks is the legendary Orc Burakos, Party Leader. Since the release of CLB, the party leader has had its extended art foil version skyrocket to around $55. The regular version of Burakos, Party Leader is only valued at around $3.
Minsc & Boo, Timeless Heroes
Minsc and Boo first made their appearance within AFR, on a legendary card with Boo pulling sidekick status. Now they are both featured as a planeswalker card within CLB. The cuteness factor attached to the infamous duo was short-lived, though, with prices of the Baldur’s Gate planeswalker dropping significantly following the launch of the set.
The foil borderless planeswalker version of the pair was once valued at over $100 and is now worth between $30 and $45. Japanese versions are priced at around $20 and the regular versions of Minsc & Boo, Timeless heroes are worth around $10.
Slotting into several Commander decks like Tasha, the Witch Queen, and Neera, Wild Mage, Displacer Kitten has risen significantly in value since the release of CLB. Once priced at around $5, the cat beast’s regular version is now worth around $21. Extended art foil versions of Displacer Kitten are valued at around $46 and foil versions are priced at around $25.
Archivist of Oghma
Dropping slightly since the launch of CLB but maintaining its value due to seeing gameplay in expensive Commander decks like Rocco, Cabaretti Caterer, Archivist of Oghma has an extended foil version worth between $40 and $50. Regular versions of the halfling cleric are priced at around $18 and its foil is $22.
Known as a powerful wizard in Dungeons & Dragons, Elminster has transformed into a WU planeswalker within the CLB set. The legendary planeswalker has a borderless foil version that was once valued at around $70 but has since fallen to around $25. And the planeswalkers regular version is only valued at around $4.
Tasha, the Witch Queen
Better known as Iggwilv via Dungeons & Dragons, Tasha, the Witch Queen is the third planeswalker within the CLB set. Featured as one of the central art pieces for the Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate set, the borderless foil planeswalker version of Tasha, the Witch Queen also took a price hit following the set’s launch.
Tasha, the Witch Queen’s extended art foil has fallen in price from around $50 to $27. Her non-foil borderless is priced at $13 and the regular version of Tasha is $6.
Update June 13 at 12pm CT: All Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate card prices were updated following the official release of the MTG set.