Top Ten Selling MTG Singles In October 2012


At the end of October 2012, let’s have a review on the top selling Magic the gathering singles in this month. Through this list, we can see that Return to Ravnica is still one of the series most favoured planes. Return to Ravnica is a great place to start playing Magic, or to catch up if you played many years ago. If you’re interested in some new cards to expand your decks, it may be worth a look at this list.

1. Overgrown Tomb

Overgrown Tomb

Overgrown Tomb is a great companion to the B/G dual already in Standard from Innistrad, and makes an off-color combination like B/G as playable as ever.

2. Pithing Needle

Pithing Needle

It’s just awesome and players just about loose their minds when it get spoiled.

3. Hallowed Fountain

Hallowed Fountain

It’s a great card for fixing that mana early game, and is still relevant late game because of its ability to still come into play untapped.

4. Chromatic Lantern

Chromatic Lantern

This makes all you lands into painless and suckless rainbow lands. This is going to be a 4x in the five-color good stuff decks and unless a Block deck and its is a snap keep for Limited decks. For anyone considering any multicolor (or even mono-colored) Commander deck, you probably want to run this.

5. Nivmagus Elemental

Nivmagus Elemental

6. Corpsejack Menace

Corpsejack Menace

7. Deadbridge Goliath

Deadbridge Goliath

8. Rakdos, Lord of Riots

Rakdos, Lord of Riots

9. Epic Experiment

Epic Experiment

10. Desecration Demon

Desecration Demon


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