All Wilds of Eldraine MTG cards worth money

Now is a good time to scoop up cards from the main set.
Image of large rat ruling over smaller rats through MTG Lord Skitter, Sewer King Wilds of Eldraine set
Lord Skitter, Sewer King | Image via WotC

The first Standard-legal Magic: The Gathering set of the 2023-2024 season, Wilds of Eldraine, launched with a handful of chase cards in the main set while collectors attempt to scoop up on Enchanting Tales in collector booster packs. 

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Wizards of the Coast returned to the MTG plane of Eldraine through the Wilds of Eldraine (WOE) Standard-legal set that soft-launched on Sept. 1 through prerelease events at local game stores. The main set features Showcase, extended, and borderless treatments—with only a handful of cards cresting above the $10 mark. 

Despite the low card prices of cards from the main set on the secondary market at launch, WOE contains solid cards that should impact multiple MTG formats. Multiple cards increased in price following the 2023 Magic World Championship, which featured the Standard Constructed format.

All card prices are based on averages from third-party sites like MTGGoldfish, TCGPlayer, and MTGStocks. Prices of WOE cards are subject to change on a daily basis. Updates will take place if any major price shifts occur. 

All top-priced Wilds of Eldraine cards

The true chase cards from the Wilds of Eldraine set are Enchanting Tales anime confetti foil variants. WotC reprinted 63 MTG Enchantments on a bonus sheet for the Standard-legal set, with 20 of them featuring alternative anime art with a confetti foil treatment. Several main set cards also stand out, like Beseech the Mirror and Mooshaker Calvalry, impacting the Commander format while having potential in Standard as well. 

Agatha’s Soul Cauldron

Image of witch over caldron through Agatha's Soul Cauldron MTG WOE set
Agatha’s Soul Cauldron | Image via WotC

Agatha’s Soul Cauldron is a two-drop activated ability mana rock with upside that will impact the Commander format and have potential in other MTG formats. The legendary Artifact will mostly get used as a mana rock that can tap for mana of any color to activate the abilities of creatures you control. Agatha’s Soul Cauldron can also exile cards from any graveyard while pumping up the team and giving them additional abilities. 

Since the Legendary Artifact’s release through WOE, Agatha’s Sould Cauldron has become the most valuable card in the set, playable in multiple MTG formats. The normal variant price for the Artifact went from around $17 to around $46 in just a month’s time.

  • Extended foil: Around $78
  • Prerelease foil: Around $60
  • Foil: Around $55
  • Extended non-foil: Around $60
  • Normal: Around $46

Beseech the Mirror

Image of older woman looking at younger version in mirror through Beseech the Mirror MTG WOE set
Beseech the Mirror | Image via WotC

Slated to impact multiple MTG formats from Standard to Commander is Beseech the Mirror, a Mono-Black four-drop Sorcery Mythic Rare. Able to cheat out a tutored card that costs four or less mana, which does include Sheoldred, the Apocalypse, Beseech the Mirror was the top chase card for the WOE main set.

The Sorcery card didn’t lose value since it was released but did get pushed out of the number one spot by Agatha’s Soul Cauldron. Much like the Artifact, Beseech the Mirror is playable in multiple MTG formats that range from Standard and Pioneer to Commander and Vintage.

  • Extended foil: Around $68
  • Prerelease foil: Around $45
  • Foil: Around $40
  • Extended non-foil: Around $40
  • Normal: Around $33

Moonshaker Calvalry

Image of spirit knights on horses through Moonshaker Calvalry WOE MTG card
Moonshaker Calvalry| Image via WotC

Slotting into Commander decks as a win-con finisher is Moonshaker Calvalry. The eight-drop Mono-White spirit knight pumps the whole team based on the number of creatures you control and gives them Flying for the turn when Moonshaker Calvalry enters the battlefield. And if the spirit knight’s ability doesn’t end games, Moonshaker Calvary is still a 6/6 with Flying. 

  • Extended foil: Around $35
  • Prerelease foil: Around $27
  • Foil: Around $20
  • Extended non-foil: Around $25
  • Normal: Around $20

The Virtue cycle

There are a total of five Virtue cards in the WOE cycle: Virtue of Loyalty, Virtue of Courage, Virtue of Persistence, Virtue of Knowledge, and Virtue of Strength. Of the five, Virtue of Persistence is worth the most at around $16 as of Oct. 4. Both Virtue of Persistence and Virtue of Loyalty saw play during the 2023 MTG World Championship and have had a significant impact on the Standard meta.

Virtue of Knowlege

  • Showcase foil: Around $10
  • Prerelease foil: Around $12
  • Normal: Around $9

Virtue of Persistence

  • Showcase foil: Around $17
  • Prerelease foil: Around $17
  • Foil: Around $14
  • Showcase non-foil: Around $16
  • Normal: Around $16

Virtue of Loyalty

  • Showcase foil: Around $13
  • Prerelease foil: Around $14
  • Foil: Around $14
  • Showcase non-foil: Around $13
  • Normal: Around $14

Virtue of Strength

  • Showcase foil: Around $8
  • Prerelease foil: Around $7
  • Normal: Around $7

Virtue of Courage

  • Showcase foil: Around $5
  • Prerelesae foil: Around $6
  • Normal: Around $3 

Talion, the Kindly Lord

Image of faerie lord through Talion, the Kindly Lord WOE MTG set
Talion, the Kindly Lord | Image via WotC

Potentially a foundational legendary creature in typal faerie decks in Standard and a must-have for Commander, Talion, the Kindly Lord taxes players for casting spells at a cost between one and ten. The faerie noble is also a solid four-drop in Dimir (Blue and Black) that can hold its own in faerie decks. 

  • Borderless foil: Around $23
  • Prerelease foil: Around $17
  • Foil: Around $6
  • Borderless non-foil: Around $7
  • Normal: Around $6

Eriette of the Charmed Apple

Image of Eriette admiring apple on throne through Eriette of the Charmed Apple MTG WOE set
Eriette of the Charmed Apple | Image via WotC

Finding a home in the MTG Commander format, Eriette of the Charmed Apple has their own Aura’s matter Commander deck in the colors Black and White. The Legendary human warlock has risen in price since the launch of WOE and appears to be settling at time of writing on Oct. 4.

  • Prerelease foil: Around $20
  • Borderless foil: Around $10
  • Foil: Around $10
  • Normal: Around $6

Blossoming Tortoise

Image of magical turtle chewing on a tree through MTG Blossoming Tortoise Wilds of Eldraine set
Blossoming Tortoise | Image via WotC

Blossoming Tortoise had a signifigant price spike after Worlds and has since settled in price as of Oct. 4. The Mythic Rare turtle is played in Standard, along with formats like Pioneer and Commander.

  • Extended foil: Around $12
  • Prerelease foil: Around $10
  • Foil: Around $7
  • Extended non-foil: Around $8
  • Normal: Around $6

Ashiok, Wicked Manipulator

Image of Planeswalker Ashiok through Ashiok, Wicked Manipulator MTG WOE card
Ashiok, Wicked Manipulator | Image via WotC

Ashiok, Wicked Manipulator is the only Planeswalker in the WOE set. And yet, despite the Planeswalker card having solid abilities, the value of Ashiok, Wicked Manipulator is valued at $10 or less for all its variants. 

  • Borderless foil: Around $5
  • Prerelease foil: Around $8
  • Foil: Around $2
  • Normal: Around $1.50

Rowan, Scion of War

Image of Rowan Kenrith casting spells through Rowan, Scion of War MTG WOE card
Rowan, Scion of War | Image via WotC

Having lost her Spark along with her twin brother Will, Rowan, Scion of War shows off the twin as a legendary creature in the MTG colors Black and Red. The Rakdos human wizard slots into Commander builds and has potential in formats like Pioneer, Brawl, and Standard.

  • Borderless foil: Around $14
  • Prerelease foil: Around $9
  • Foil: Around $3
  • Normal: Around $2

Update Oct. 4 2pm CT: All WOE card prices were updated at the start of October.

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