MTG Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty cards worth money

Cash in when you crack these NEO cards in booster packs.

The release of Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty has generated a large amount of hype within the Magic: The Gathering community, showcasing several booster fun cards worth over $100.  

The Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty (NEO) set taps into a blend of modernity and tradition via a large number of Artifact and Enchantment cards. Revisiting the beloved MTG plane of Kamigawa sees the return of Ninjutsu to Standard, as well as two new planeswalkers. Several booster fun cards from the set are worth over $100, featuring Showcase, foil-etched, Phyrexian, borderless, and extended-art versions.

Here are the Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty cards worth money, according to prices from MTGGoldfish, Card Kingdom, and MTGStocks.

The Wandering Emperor

The Wandering Emperor

Arguably one of the best cards and planeswalkers in NEO, The Wandering Emperor is a low-cost Mono-White planeswalker with Flash that doesn’t have an ultimate. The Emporer of Kamigawa slots into multiple Standard decks, from Orzhov Control and Midrange to Azorius Control and even Mono-White tempo. The Wandering Emperor shot up in value heading into the NEO Championship, increasing over 90 percent in just a week.

  • Samurai Showcase foil-etched: $230 to $260
  • Samurai Showcase foil: $185 to $200
  • Borderless foil alternative art: $56
  • Borderless non-foil: $42
  • Foil: $40
  • Regular: $34

Boseiju, Who Endures

Boseiju, Who Endures

One of a cycle of five legendary NEO lands, Boseiju, Who Endures is expected to have a major impact on multiple Magic formats, especially Commander. The Rare land comes into the battlefield untapped and has the Channel mechanic.

  • Borderless frame foil: $90 to $100
  • Extended art Showcase foil: $46
  • Borderless: $40
  • Extended non-foil: $33
  • Foil: $30
  • Regular: $28

Jin-Gitaxias, Progress Tyrant

Jin-Gitaxias, Progress Tyrant

Jin-Gitaxias, Progress Tyrant is a powerful Mythic Rare 5/5 legendary creature seeing gameplay via Azorius Control in the Standard format and within the Commander format. There are a total of six collector versions of Jin-Gitaxias, Progress Tyrant NEO booster fun variants that are worth money.

  • Phyrexian Showcase foil-etched: $110
  • Showcase frame foil: $75 to $100
  • Phyrexian non-foil: $44
  • Extended art foil: $40
  • Showcase non-foil: $37
  • Phyrexian non-foil: 41
  • Regular: $13

Kaito Shizuki

Kaito Shizuki

Kaito Shizuki is another new MTG planeswalker within the NEO set who supports Ninjutsu shenanigans across multiple Magic formats. He has a home via multiple Commander decks and is seeing gameplay in the Modern format as well. There are four collector versions of Kaito Shizuki worth money.

  • Borderless alternative art foil: $73
  • Showcase foil: $31
  • Showcase non-foil: $23
  • Borderless non-foil: $17
  • Regular: $9

Tamiyo, Compleated Sage

Tamiyo, Compleated Sage

Tamiyo, Compleated Sage is one of four NEO planeswalkers that was expected to have an impact on Standard, Limited, and other Magic formats. Her mana cost is unique, containing a hybrid/Phyrexian mana symbol. The planeswalker has a foil-etched Phyrexian version that is valued at around $50, with the non-foil version priced at $17. Tamiyo also has a borderless foil version priced at $28, and her regular NEO version is only worth $3.

Otawara, Soaring City

Otawara, Soaring City

Otawara, Soaring City is a popular Rare legendary land with the MTG mechanic Channel in the Modern, Legacy, and Standard formats. The borderless foil version of the legendary land is priced at around $40 and the extended-art foil version is priced at $27. Otawara, Soaring City’s regular version is worth $14.

Junji, the Midnight Sky

Junji, the Midnight Sky

Junji, the Midnight Sky is popular within the Commander format. Most NEO versions of the dragon spirit are priced between $8 and $13. The exception, however, is a borderless foil version of Junji, the Midnight Sky that is worth around $31.

Farewell

Farewell

Farewell is a solid wrath spell within the NEO set that is played in Commander, Standard, and Pioneer formats. The showcase foil-etched version of Farewell is priced at around $24 and the extended-art foil version is worth $17. Other versions range from $5 to $15.

Kodama of the West Tree

Kodama of the West Tree

Kodama of the West Tree is a legendary spirit creature in the Magic color Green that is seeing gameplay in the MTG Commander format. The spirit has a Showcase foil-etched version that is valued at around $24. Other NEO versions of Kodama of the West Tree range from $6 to $14.


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