Welcome back to another Modern Horizons 2 edition of Give and Let Give!
It's not that I want to keep writing about MH2 every week, but 60% of the top trades this week are from it. It is a particularly polarizing set, at least until Adventures in the Forgotten Realms comes out.
Modern is my favorite format and the metagame has been shaken up. It makes things pretty interesting for a brewer like myself. I'm currently working on a Naya list using Abiding Grace with Hexdrinker, Vexing Devil, Hierarch's and Vengevine. I'm tinkering with different ways to get Vengevine in the graveyard, like Insolent Neonate and Cathartic Reunion.
This week's Top Trade also comes from MH2.
Trade of the Week
Foil Misty Rainforest (Retro Frame) - Modern Horizons 2
Top Trades for the week of June 27th
Lu Bu, Master-at-Arms Portal Three Kingdoms — 26,264 points
Phyrexian Altar Ultimate Masters — 22,590 points
Misty Rainforest Modern Masters 2017 Edition — 20,598 points
Card Lot Gaming Supplies — 19,900 points
Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer Modern Horizons 2 — 16,738 points
Red Cliffs Armada Portal Three Kingdoms — 15,446 points
Scalding Tarn (Extended Art) Modern Horizons 2 — 14,560 points
Anointed Procession Amonkhet — 13,683 points
Misty Rainforest Modern Horizons 2 — 13,384 points
Verdant Catacombs (Extended Art) Modern Horizons 2 — 12,875 points
Misty Rainforest (Retro Frame) Modern Horizons 2 — 38,625 points
Cabal Coffers (Borderless) Modern Horizons 2 — 32,709 points
Force of Negation (Retro Frame) (Foil Etched) Modern Horizons 2 — 32,000 points
Urza, Lord High Artificer (Retro Frame) Modern Horizons 2 — 30,000 points
Gisela, the Broken Blade Prerelease Cards — 14,876 points
Kaldra Compleat (Showcase) Modern Horizons 2 — 12,350 points
Ignoble Hierarch (Retro Frame) Modern Horizons 2 — 10,000 points
Farseek Time Spiral Remastered — 9,886 points
Solitude (Borderless) Modern Horizons 2 — 9,837 points
Sword of Hearth and Home Modern Horizons 2 — 9,365 points
That's it for this edition. As always, give and let give!
|Chris Powell is one of the Founders of PucaTrade and now serves as an Advisor. He started playing Magic in 1994–1995, but took a 17—year hiatus. Fellow developer Mitch Trale got him back into the game in 2012 with Return to Ravnica. Shortly after that, they teamed up to build PucaTrade.|