Top 10 Most Expensive MTG Cards in Morningtide – 1. Bitterblossom

A classic Magic card, Bitterblossom is beginning to be given a run for its money with some newer iterations on the tokens-every-upkeep theme, such as Dreadhorde Invasion and the brand-new Skrelv’s Hive. Nothing quite beats the original – yet, anyway – and Bitterblossom still sets the standard for this sort of effect. A ton of reprints have seen Bitterblossom come down from above $60 to its current price, a little under $30, and even with his Constructed-playable days over it’s still very popular in EDH, seeing play in everything from Alela, Artful Provocateur to Mishra, Claimed by Gix. Its price has declined steadily for a few years, however, so it might not be long before it loses the top spot as the most expensive card in Morningtide!

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