The Future of Conspiracy Singles

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I know some of you are familiar with the Market Watch series I’ve been doing on, but for those of you who may not be, each week I try to look at one particular thing in Magic finance to break down.

This week I decided to go with Conspiracy, and break down the singles as a whole rather than look at individual cards. After all, we have lots of goodies in the set, and while there will be some divergent paths a lot of them can be grouped together when we're talking about the financial futures.

Up or down from here?
Up or down from here?

"I don't know about you, but I've had a blast with Conspiracy so far. My favorite tactic has been the Vent Sentinel defender deck. I had a great version of it at my LGS on Monday, and it cleaned up two pods without ever using an attack step. That was fun.

Of course, everyone else is having fun with this set too, and we know what that means financially: prices dropping across the board. That's a given, and not surprising to any of us, especially since we know Wizards will print more Conspiracy if there's enough demand."

You can read the full article here.

4 thoughts on “The Future of Conspiracy Singles

  1. Stifle/Misdirection/Exploration will have a $5-7 floor. The foil Conspiracy/Draft cards will stay high based on cube demand, and Dack Fayden will follow a Chandra Pyromaster trajectory. I wish I could identify the “good” generals in this set to target the foils. Although I wouldnt be surprised to see them in the Fall commander product (not in foil).

  2. I like very much Grenzo having a powerful ability and its capacity to put creature into play depending on its own power can be awesome and fun in commander.

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