Kicking off a year-long block focusing on the Phyrexian invasion of the Magic: The Gathering Multiverse is Dominaria United, which contains several cards worth big bucks.
Following the global launch of Dominaria United (DMU), several reprints and new cards within the Standard-legal Magic set are holding their value. Each legendary in the set has a stained glass booster fun version, with a handful priced between $60 and $140. The textured-foil treatment returns on select borderless and stained glass versions.
Prices for many of the planeswalkers and main legendaries—like Jodah, the Unifier, and Ajani, Sleeper Agent—fell in price with the digital launch. The DMU legendaries stabilized, however, for the global release, with most regular versions priced between $5 and $10. Foil versions of the stained glass and borderless cards maintained their value better, worth between $40 and $80.
All card prices are subject to change in the coming weeks after the global launch of Dominaria United. Updates will take place monthly and after any major MTG tournaments showcasing the Standard format.
Sheoldred, the Apocalypse
Sheoldred is the main villain within the DMU storyline, although her card Sheoldred, the Apocalypse may not reflect that within Standard gameplay. The Mono-Black card is worth money though, priced at around $40 for the regular version.
Sheoldred, the Apocalypse has a foil stained glass version projected at around $75, and the textured foil Phyrexian version is priced slightly over $100. The non-foil Phyrexian version is priced at around $40.
Liliana of the Veil
Liliana of the Veil is a straight-up reprint from the Innistrad set, priced slightly lower than the original at around $41 for the regular version. The borderless foil version of the planeswalker is worth around $80, and the regular foil is valued around $50.
Timeless Lotus is a five-cost colorless Mythic Rare legendary Artifact that has dropped some in value since the DMU digital release. Despite the price drops, Timeless Lotus is still valued around $30 for its regular version, and a foil version is worth around $40. The legendary artifact will see plenty of gameplay within the Commander format, potentially helping Timeless Lotus hold its value post launch.
Supporting graveyard reanimation in the MTG White is the angel Serra Paragon. She is not a legendary creature but has a projected value of around $20 for her normal version. Serra Paragon also has an extended art version priced between $30 and $40.
Various DMU planeswalker and legendary foil booster fun cards
Planeswalkers like Jaya, Karn, and Ajani have dipped to around $5 to $10 for regular versions. Alternative versions for some of the planeswalkers and legendaries are still worth money, for now.
Ajani, Sleeper Agent Phyrexian foil version is priced around $40. Jodah, the Unifier textured foil is also worth around $40. Both Jaya, Fiery Negotiator, and Karn, Living Legacy foil borderless versions fell from around $40 at the digital release of DMU to $20 for the global launch.
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Update Sept. 9 6pm CT: All DMU card prices were updated for the official global tabletop launch.