Wizards of the Coast officially released its new Magic: The Gathering set, Theros: Beyond Death, on Jan. 24. The set features several singles that players can cash in for a quick buck.
With the launch of Theros: Beyond Death (THB), booster packs and box sets are available for sale. And so are singles, with a mix of gods, titans, and planeswalkers rounding out the top cards worth money. Prices of certain THB cards have soared following the Magic World Championship, while others have taken severe hits.
Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath
Sliding perfectly into most Simic builds, Uro, Titan of Nature’s Wrath has become one of the most played cards in MTG Arena since the release of THB. And since the first week of February, it’s drastically risen in value. Priced at around $42, the Elder Giant continues to increase daily and may reach a price point recently seen by Oko, Thief of Crowns prior to its ban in multiple Magic formats.
Kroxa, Titan of Death’s Hunger
Titans are on the rise, with Kroxa, Titan of Death’s Hunger climbing over 100 percent in value within the past week. Priced at around $20, Kroxa spiked around Feb. 23, once valued at just under $10. At one time, it was only worth a few bucks. But with upcoming Players Tour tournaments featuring Modern and Pioneer, Kroxa could climb even higher.
Mono-White has made a return in the THB set thanks to Heliod, Sun-Crowned. The god who disposed of Elspeth in the first Theros block is making waves with his life gain counters. Heliod, Sun-Crowned was valued at around $15, spiked up to almost $30, and has recently leveled out around $16.50. Heliod seems to remain consistent and isn’t expected to see any major increases or decreases in price in the near future.
Thassa, Deep Dwelling was valued at almost $30 upon the release of THB but quickly dropped to around $15. And the sea God has remained consistent since then. She has decreased to around $14 but the descent is slow. It’s possible, however, that Thassa could drop closer to $10 in the coming weeks.
Nyxbloom Ancient has also dropped in price following the THB release but it’s leveled off at around $13. Within the last month, it’s decreased in value slightly, priced at around $12. Nyxbloom should remain above $10 since it’s only decreased by one percent within the last week.
Ashiok, Nightmare Muse
Once priced at around $16, the THB planeswalker Ashiok, Nightmare Muse has dropped to around $10 since the release of the set. But in the past week, Ashiok has fallen around 14 percent in value. It’s likely that Ashiok may drop below $10 in the coming weeks.
Dryad of the Ilysian Grove
At one time, the Nymph was on the rise and climbing toward $15. But now, Dryad of the Ilysian Grove has officially fallen below $10. Valued at around $8, the “sexy Dryad” seems to have leveled off, dropping less than one percent in the past week.