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MKM - Top Commons + Uncommons & Coloring Rankings
Mathematically modelling card performance and the impact of play boosters

Feb 12, 2024
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1.0 Introduction

During LCI I built a model to evaluate card performance by draft position. I called the metric Draft Value (DV). The basic idea was to adjust GIH WR by ATA. In the next sections we'll discuss the top 5 commons/uncommons in each color, overperforming & underperforming cards, and briefly rank each color. All the data comes from 17lands. As it is still early in the set, some cards don't have enough data and have been left blank.

The model was created since GIH WR doesn't adjust for opportunity cost. Every set has some late picks put up awesome win rates and early picks that struggle. GIH WR cannot tell determine which card is intrinsically better. By adjusting for draft position (ATA) we can see which of those late picks are truly gems, and which early strugglers are truly stinkers.

The math behind it is to essentially divide GIH WR by ATA with some adjustments. Treat the below as a rough guideline:

DV

LR Grade

50+

A

40-50

B

35-40

C+/B-

30-35

C/C+

25-30

C

20-25

C-

15-20

D

<15

F

As mentioned in previous articles: DV is a tool to help players make decisions. It should not be used as the sole factor in determining a pick.

2.0 White

White commons and uncommons have an average DV of 29 and a median of 26. Its top 5 all rank in the B range. This places it as the clear best color. White is aggressively slanted in this set. Normally this would mean trading value for tempo. However, a ton of its signature commons generate value and tempo (Inside Source, Museum Nightwatch)

Name

ATA

GIH WR

DV

Rank ATA

Rank WR

Rank DV

Novice Inspector

3.71

61.20%

45.6

5

1

1

Neighborhood Guardian

3.66

60.60%

44.6

4

2

2

Makeshift Binding

3.45

59.70%

43.5

3

3

3

Case of the Gateway Express

3.41

59.50%

43.2

1

4

4

Perimeter Enforcer

3.41

58.80%

41.6

1

6

5

Inside Source

4.67

59.50%

38.9

7

4

6

Karlov Watchdog

4.8

57.50%

34.6

8

8

7

Marketwatch Phantom

4.96

57.30%

33.8

9

10

8

Not on My Watch

4.08

56.20%

33.8

6

12

9

Auspicious Arrival

7.56

57.50%

29.7

18

8

10

Museum Nightwatch

6.53

56.60%

29.6

12

11

11

On the Job

9.24

58.20%

28.9

26

7

12

Seasoned Consultant

7.08

56.10%

27.9

13

13

13

Haazda Vigilante

8.44

56.10%

26.4

21

13

14

Krovod Haunch

7.11

54.80%

25.7

14

16

15

Call a Surprise Witness

6.52

53.90%

24.8

11

18

16

Make Your Move

8.54

55.20%

24.8

22

15

17

Absolving Lammasu

7.26

54.30%

24.6

16

17

18

Case File Auditor

7.36

53.50%

23.1

17

19

19

Griffnaut Tracker

8.4

53.50%

22.1

20

19

20

Defenestrated Phantom

9.04

53.10%

21.0

24

21

21

Wrench

8.81

52.60%

20.3

23

23

22

Essence of Antiquity

8.01

52.00%

20.0

19

24

23

Due Diligence

9.54

52.70%

20.0

27

22

24

Forum Familiar

7.24

51.30%

19.5

15

25

25

Case of the Pilfered Proof

5.54

49.50%

17.9

10

27

26

Sanctuary Wall

9.1

50.50%

16.8

25

26

27

Mentor of the Meek

 

 

 

 

Leonin Relic-Warder

 

 

 

 

Burden of Guilt

 

 

 

 

2.1 Top 5 White Commons/Uncommons

2.1.1 Novice Inspector

Thraben Inspector has always been an awesome card, and this time it gets Detective synergies. It is uniquely useful at every point in the game. In your opener it lets you use your mana on turn 1. Even if it gets invalidated by a big blocker, you still have the clue token. As a late draw, it essentially cycles for 3 mana. It can be used as chump blocker to buy time to leverage the card draw it provides.

2.1.2 Neighborhood Guardian

A 2/2 for 2 mana that can grow will always have some good attacks. It can even pump other creatures, which is especially good at closing the game with evasive creatures. White has a ton of awesome 1-2 power creatures to trigger this. Instead being a build around, it is a natural inclusion to any White deck.

2.1.3 Makeshift Binding

3 mana to answer anything is already awesome. I have no idea why this also gains you two life, but it does. Since White is built to go wide, being able to answer big blockers is crucial. It is also an excellent splash with only 1 white pip in the cost. Splash cards need to impactful in the late game since you can't count on casting them on curve. Answering any threat and padding your life is a fantastic way to stabilize.

2.1.4 Case of the Gateway Express

Go wide strategies can struggle against big blockers. Without Burn spells, White aggro decks often lose with opponents at critically low life totals. This both answers big blockers and helps push those extra points of combat damage.

Cases are a new enchantment type. Playable ones should either worth a card even without being solved or be easy to solve. Gateway Express delivers on both.

2.1.5 Perimeter Enforcer

Flying and Lifelink is a deadly combo. Every single game of magic is about Who’s the Beatdown. Flying makes it hard for opponents to stabilize, demanding either direct removal or flying/reach blockers which are always at a premium in draft. Lifelink makes it hard for opponents to race. Dropping this on turn 2 makes it extremely difficult for opponents to figure out their role especially since it can grow.

2.2 White Over Performers

2.2.1 Auspicious Arrival

18th in ATA and 9th in WR. DV ranks it 10th, essentially meaning that it is a genuine late gem. Aggro decks, particularly creature based ones (i.e. no Lightning Bolt to close out on stabilized boards) can struggle to find the balance between pushing damage and having enough resources. Pumping both power and toughness helps win combat outright to ensure that developed threats keep applying pressure. The clue token is huge in staying gassed up.

2.2.2 On the Job

Pretty much the same as the previous card! White has a ton of ways to go wide, making this a bargain at 4 CMC. You only need to be pumping 3+ attackers for this to be a better rate than most cheap tricks.

2.3 White Under Performers

2.3.1 Call a Surprise Witness

11th in ATA but only 17th in DV due to being 20th in WR. Recommission was an awesome card in BRO which probably led to this being over drafted in MKM. BRO had a ton of self mill enablers like Airlift Chaplain. MKM instead relies on the Surveil mechanic which isn't available in White.

2.3.2 Case of the Pilfered Proof

Difficult to solve and rarely worth a card on its own. I think the issue stems from being an uncommon. Despite looking nice for a detective deck, the classic fear of missing out is causing players to draft it too highly. I think it is a fine wheel if you're already on detectives, but rarely a good early pick.

3.0 Blue

Blue commons and uncommons have an average DV of 24 and median of 25. This ranks it in the lower tier of colors. However, the detective synergies have performed reasonably well. It might not be a premium color, but it isn't a bad one either.

Name

ATA

GIH WR

DV

Rank ATA

Rank WR

Rank DV

Exit Specialist

3.82

56.90%

36.0

1

2

1

Surveillance Monitor

4.85

56.60%

32.7

2

3

2

Hard Evidence

6.53

57.00%

30.3

7

1

3

Cold Case Cracker

6.06

56.20%

29.6

5

6

4

Projektor Inspector

7.14

56.60%

28.7

12

3

5

Furtive Courier

6.47

55.00%

26.8

6

11

6

Crimestopper Sprite

6.64

55.10%

26.8

8

10

7

Unauthorized Exit

9.1

56.60%

26.5

22

3

8

Reasonable Doubt

9

56.20%

26.0

21

6

9

Deduce

8.44

55.80%

25.9

18

8

10

Forensic Researcher

6.98

54.70%

25.6

10

13

11

Out Cold

8.23

55.40%

25.4

16

9

12

Dramatic Accusation

7.12

54.50%

25.1

11

15

13

Eliminate the Impossible

7.71

54.70%

24.8

14

13

14

Burden of Proof

7.23

54.30%

24.7

13

16

15

Mistway Spy

5.27

52.20%

23.4

3

22

16

Hotshot Investigators

9.51

54.80%

23.3

24

12

17

Case of the Filched Falcon

5.95

52.40%

22.8

4

21

18

Fae Flight

6.84

52.70%

22.3

9

20

19

Sudden Setback

7.93

52.90%

21.6

15

18

20

Bubble Smuggler

8.88

52.90%

20.8

20

18

21

Jaded Analyst

9.77

53.20%

20.6

25

17

22

Curious Inquiry

8.4

51.20%

18.4

17

24

23

Benthic Criminologists

10.63

52.00%

18.2

27

23

24

Candlestick

9.33

51.10%

17.6

23

25

25

Agency Outfitter

8.63

50.50%

17.1

19

26

26

Behind the Mask

11.67

50.10%

14.8

28

27

27

Living Conundrum

9.92

47.20%

11.2

26

28

28

Spell Snare

 

 

 

 

Mystery Key

 

 

 

 

3.1 Top 5 Blue Commons/Uncommons

3.1.1 Exit Specialist

Any 2-drop with reasonable stats is fine on turn 2. Good 2-drops still perform on later turns. Being able to attack past 3 power blockers means this will rarely be invalidated by a bigger creature (beware 2/3s, 2/4s etc...). You are pretty much guaranteed to be able to trade this off at some point. The bounce option buys a ton of flexibility, either opening attacks or buying time since most creatures do not have haste in this set.

3.1.2 Surveillance Monitor

As discussed in my recent Vanilla Test article, 4 mana for a 3/3 kind of sucks in 2024. However, 4 mana for a 3/3 plus at least one 1/1 flier is pretty awesome. 2 bodies and 8 points of stats is good value. Can simultaneously attack in the air and have a blocker back on the ground.

3.1.3 Hard Evidence

I had no idea this card was even in this set. Didn't see it on scryfall or in any of my drafts/games. I think it is from the special guest/list segment of Play Boosters. Instead of talking about this reprint, I'd like to use this opportunity to discuss the impact of Play Boosters on limited.

Having multiple rares per pack makes it harder to read signals. Does being passed a rare mean the player to the right took a common/uncommon or did the pack simply have two rares? Rares tend to be bombs, and more rares per pack means the set skews Prince over Pauper.

"The List" and "Special Guests" add cards to the pool which weren't explicitly designed for the set. Conversely, the block format created thematical draft environments. In draft, less is more! Having fewer unique cards in the environment rewards skilled players who know the meta, possible tricks, and play patterns.

Conversely, for players who collect instead of draft the chance of getting multiple rares is cool. Moreover, "Magic the Gathering" became "Commander the Gathering" a long time ago. EDH players probably do enjoy the excitement of ripping eye-popping rares to add to their favorite decks. It was not feasible to have both Set and Draft boosters competing with each other. Play Boosters are a necessary compromise. While I miss Draft Boosters and especially Set Blocks I'd rather draft with Play Boosters than not draft at all.

3.1.4 Cold Case Cracker

Flying is an excellent way to turn commons/uncommons into must answer threats. 3 power in the air makes for a significant clock. Conversely, dying into a clue punishes opponents for answering it. At parity or when ahead this card is always awesome, either putting on the pressure or generating advantage. When behind it is weaker as a 4 mana 3/3 isn't a great blocker. However, it at least chumps into a clue token.

3.1.5 Projektor Inspector

In most limited sets, a 3 mana 3/2 that loots on ETB would be at least a C. This set has some graveyard synergies to making looting more than just card selection. Moreover, the plethora of detectives allow this to loot multiple times.

3.2 Blue Over Performers

3.2.1 Unauthorized Exit

22nd in ATA ranks this a wheel, while being 3rd in WR ranks it as a bomb. DV ranks it at 8th. While it is under drafted you shouldn't make the mistake of taking this in your first 3 picks. Morph (a.k.a. Disguise) is a mana hungry mechanic making MKM a mana intensive set. Although bounce spells put you down a card, the mana advantage in this meta can be significant. Surveil 1 isn't worth a card, but at least it is some value.

3.2.2 Reasonable Doubt

Similar idea to 3.2.1. 21st in ATA, 6th in WR and 9th in DV. Looking only at WR creates the impression that this is a top priority, while in reality it's just a really nice card. Since clue tokens can be sacrificed at instant speed it becomes easier to hold mana up for this. Note it is actually better on the draw since you can counter their morph instead of their 2-drop.

3.3 Blue Under Performers

3.3.1 Mistway Spy

The 3rd highest drafted Blue common/uncommon ranks 16th in DV due to being 22nd in GIH WR. I wonder how much this comes from misplays rather than issues with the card. A turn 1 flier can put on meaningful pressure. Conversely, for 3 mana to morph + 2 to flip you can generate card advantage. Admittedly, you do have to spend even more mana sacrificing the clues.

A common mistakes players make is navigating games one decision at a time. Playing that way makes it impossible to optimally play complicated cards like this one. It is better to figure out your role and come up with a plan to win the game. When you need to put on the pressure, an early flier is great. When you need to go over the top, this generates a ton of advantage.

I think the issues with the card stem both from it being mana intensive and difficult to play correctly. I've seen LSV do well with the card, so I do think in the right hands it isn't an under performer. It ranks 13th in GIH WR when filtering for top users.

3.3.2 Case of the Filched Falcon

Unlike Mistway Spy, this card actually does suck. It is nowhere close to Novice Inspector, which gives a body plus a clue. Filched Falcon forces you to play 3 mana before it actually does anything (1 to play, 2 to use the clue). Then you have to jump through the hoop of having artifacts and tap 3 more mana. It has negative synergy with itself since you'll often want to crack clues to hit land drops to have mana to spend, therefore making it harder to actually solve the case.

4.0 Black

Black ranks very similarly to Blue, with an average DV of 23 and median of 22. Again, it is a lower tier color but not an undraftable one. While Black does have some nice removal, 1:1 removal has been on a long decline in limited over the last several years. Its biggest weakness is over relying on uncommons over commons.

Name

ATA

GIH WR

DV

Rank ATA

Rank WR

Rank DV

Long Goodbye

3.32

57.10%

38.2

1

1

1

Leering Onlooker

4.03

55.40%

32.3

2

5

2

Undercity Eliminator

4.08

55.40%

32.1

4

5

3

Soul Enervation

4.03

54.60%

30.6

2

9

4

Murder

4.15

54.50%

30.1

5

10

5

Extract a Confession

6.74

56.30%

28.8

10

2

6

Festerleech

7.44

56.10%

27.5

12

3

7

Unscrupulous Agent

7.06

55.20%

26.4

11

7

8

Nightdrinker Moroii

5.59

53.80%

25.9

6

11

9

Persuasive Interrogators

8.11

55.60%

25.9

14

4

10

Slice from the Shadows

5.73

53.60%

25.3

7

12

11

Clandestine Meddler

6.03

53.20%

24.2

8

14

12

Snarling Gorehound

8.57

54.70%

23.9

16

8

13

Slimy Dualleech

6.73

52.90%

22.8

9

15

14

Toxin Analysis

9.45

53.50%

21.3

21

13

15

Alley Assailant

8.9

52.60%

20.3

19

16

16

Basilica Stalker

8.79

51.50%

18.6

18

18

17

Polygraph Orb

10.02

51.60%

17.9

24

17

18

Macabre Reconstruction

9.58

51.40%

17.9

22

19

19

Repeat Offender

9.21

51.20%

17.8

20

21

20

Lead Pipe

9.59

51.30%

17.7

23

20

21

Presumed Dead

8.48

50.80%

17.7

15

23

22

Rot Farm Mortipede

10.35

51.10%

17.0

25

22

23

Case of the Gorgon's Kiss

7.79

49.50%

16.0

13

25

24

Agency Coroner

11.21

50.40%

15.5

27

24

25

It Doesn't Add Up

8.77

49.30%

15.0

17

26

26

Cerebral Confiscation

10.93

48.40%

12.6

26

27

27

Syr Konrad, the Grim

 

 

 

 

Bishop of the Bloodstained

 

 

 

 

4.1 Top 5 Black Commons/Uncommons

4.1.1 Long Goodbye

2 mana to kill cheap threats is playable every time. Historically, the inability to answer big creatures can cause it to line up poorly against decks with inevitability. However, with the morph mechanic, your opponents big threats will still have a window where this can answer them. I have no idea why disguise gives ward when so many answers can't be countered. As LSV has mentioned, it would've been cleaner to print neither ward nor uncounterable - perhaps balancing for constructed was a factor.

4.1.2 Leering Onlooker

You don't need me to explain why this card is awesome! But I'll do it anyways. 1/3 statlines normally block well but struggle to put on pressure. However, flying really helps on offense making this a powerful two drop no matter who the beatdown is. If your opponent answers it, you just get 2 more threats. Even when dominated in the air, you can chump and make two more chump blockers (although entering tapped gives a window for your opponent to dish some damage). Always an impactful card, snap this one up nice and early!

4.1.3 Undercity Eliminator

Exile based removal is always good. While having to sacrifice a creature is normally a steep cost, this pairs excellently with Unscrupulous Agent who barely missed the top 5. Normally a 5 mana 3/3 would struggle to contribute in combat. However, popping your opponents best creature on ETB makes it easy to get in some damage.

4.1.4 Soul Enervation

This is basically a 2:1 removal spell. With the "collect evidence" mechanic, the enchantment can easily impact life totals after removing a meaningful threat. Draining for 1 is incredible. Stabilizes you when behind, closes out games when ahead. At parity, this card is insane. Your life total matters just as much as your opponents, making each trigger a 2 point swing.

4.1.5 Murder

Once upon a time, this was a super premium card, often printed at uncommon. Now it's just a pretty good card. 3 CMC hard removal does line up well with expensive morphs, although those often generate some sort of incidental value from flipping. It is a little expensive against the go-wide aggro decks, but not unplayable. You can't go wrong with cheapish instant speed interaction, but I wouldn't exactly be thrilled first picking Murder in 2024.

4.2 Black Over Performers

4.2.1 Extract a Confession

Edicts are normally pretty weak in limited. Your opponent gets to sacrifice their worst creature. This often pressures you to fire the edicts off early, before they have an incidental 1/1 token to sacrifice. Removal in limited is typically best saved for the perfect moment (opening an attack in aggro, popping a big threat in control).

The collect evidence option makes a huge difference. You can afford to be patient, knowing it will trade for something meaningful. I still would only want 1, but I'd be really happy to have that first copy.

4.2.2 Festerleech

I myself am very guilty of disrespecting this card. It looks like draft chaff, and is being drafted 12th in ATA despite being 3rd in WR (7th in DV). However, self mill has a lot of applications in this set. I think the data isn't actually saying that Festerleech is a powerful card, but rather than self mill synergies are powerful and this is a good enabler for them. The threat of activation on the pump ability can help it chip in for the mill triggers.

4.3 Black Under Performers

4.3.1 Slice from the Shadows

A classic case of a good card being overdrafted. It ranks 7th in ATA, essentially being drafted as premium removal. However, it ranks 12th in WR. DV places it 11th overall - playable removal, but not premium removal. You should still be happy to draft this card, just take it a pick or two later.

4.3.2 Case of the Gorgon's Kiss

Remember, good cases either don't need to be solved or are easy to solve. Despite being drafted 13th highest, it ranks 24th in DV. Without flash, it is really hard to get value out of the ETB. A 4/4 lifelink + deathtouch is powerful but needing 3 creatures to die (yours or opponents) is awkward especially once this is face up. I'd be happy to speculate on this late, but would not be willing to prioritize it.

5.0 Green

Green ranks 3rd overall in the set (Red and White are the best, Blue and Black and the worst). It has an average DV of 26, and median of 27. Interestingly, it's uncommons are skewed at either the top or bottom of the rankings.

Name

ATA

GIH WR

DV

Rank ATA

Rank WR

Rank DV

A Killer Among Us

5.87

61.60%

39.9

7

1

1

Flourishing Bloom-Kin

4.72

58.80%

37.4

2

2

2

Get a Leg Up

8.74

58.80%

30.4

19

2

9

Glint Weaver

6.28

58.10%

32.7

9

4

6

Greenbelt Radical

4.86

58.10%

35.6

3

4

3

Hard-Hitting Question

4.62

57.70%

35.4

1

6

4

Loxodon Eavesdropper

7.13

57.60%

30.5

13

7

8

Nervous Gardener

5.67

57.60%

32.9

6

7

5

Fanatical Strength

9.7

57.50%

27.4

23

9

13

Bite Down on Crime

7.06

57.20%

29.9

12

10

10

Tunnel Tipster

5.25

56.40%

31.5

4

11

7

Vengeful Creeper

8.8

56.10%

26.0

20

12

15

Rubblebelt Maverick

8.67

56.00%

26.0

18

13

16

Topiary Panther

6.83

55.70%

27.6

11

14

11

Vitu-Ghazi Inspector

8.99

55.30%

24.5

21

15

19

Culvert Ambusher

6.54

55.10%

26.9

10

16

14

Hedge Whisperer

7.37

54.80%

25.4

14

17

18

Case of the Trampled Garden

5.43

54.50%

27.5

5

18

12

Sample Collector

6.23

54.00%

25.4

8

19

17

They Went This Way

9.28

53.80%

21.9

22

20

20

Airtight Alibi

10.62

53.30%

20.2

26

21

23

Pompous Gadabout

8.63

52.80%

20.8

16

22

22

Aftermath Analyst

8.07

52.60%

20.9

15

23

21

Pick Your Poison

11.3

50.00%

14.9

27

24

24

Chalk Outline

8.65

48.90%

14.5

17

25

25

Rope

10.41

48.60%

13.1

24

26

26

Slime Against Humanity

10.61

43.90%

5.9

25

27

27

Krosan Tusker

 

 

 

 

Gnaw to the Bone

 

 

 

 

Laid to Rest

 

 

 

 

5.1 Top 5 Green Commons/Uncommons

5.1.1 A Killer Among Us

This card has a lot of text. It essentially makes a 4/4 and two 1/1s (with extra steps). 12 points of stats is awesome for 5 mana. While the big token is vulnerable to bounce, creating 3 tokens helps insulate against traditional removal. The threat of activation granting deathtouch can open some bluff attacks for chip damage.

5.1.2 Flourishing Bloom-Kin

At first glance, this seems to be restricted to mono green. I wouldn't run this out as a 2-drop unless I was playing 17 forests. However, the ability to tutor for 2 forests when morphing ensures this will always be a sizeable threat. Again, MKM is a mana hungry set. You aren't just thinning the deck of lands, the extra mana has real value.

5.1.3 Get a Leg Up

To be honest, I thought this card sucked during spoilers. I still think it sucks. Maybe some experienced drafters can help explain this card's performance. Being a 1 mana instant is a good start, I just hate that it doesn't push damage via trample and is very board dependent.

5.1.4 Glint Weaver

I think every Green deck wants 1 copy of this card. There are a ton of fliers in this set. On its own a reach blocker is still vulnerable to removal. However, Weaver crucially pads your life total. Being able to spread out the +1/+1 counters can help you set up to stabilize and turn the corner on the same turn (i.e. set up big blockers and start attacking at the same time).

5.1.5 Greenbelt Radical

You get what you pay for here! For a huge amount of mana, this makes a huge impact. The disguise ends games straight up. I wouldn't be embarrassed running this out as a 4 mana 4/4, but you normally do want to get the flip.

If your opponent makes a weird attack with 7 mana up and a morph, have this on your radar! Despite being a powerful effect, it is very telegraphed. I have stolen some games from opponents planning everything around flipping this for the win only for it to be too obvious.

5.2 Green Overperformers

5.2.1 Loxodon Eavesdropper

13th in ATA despite being 7th in WR. DV really likes this, ranking it 8th. 3/3s dominate morphs. While a 4 mana is expensive for a 3/3, the clue token is worth the extra mana. Threat of activation can open free attacks. Actually cracking the clue can grant vigilance which is awesome when damage racing.

5.2.2 Fanatical Strength

Functional reprint of Staggering Size. Staggering Size was an overperformer in LCI, which you can read about here. Everything I wrote about Staggering Size can apply to Fanatical Strength. As a mana heavy set, the mana advantage from winning combat with a trick is especially valuable in MKM (i.e. trading a 2 mana instant for a >2 mana creature)

5.3 Green Underperformers

5.3.1 Case of the Trampled Garden

Once again, this is neither worth a card initially nor easy to flip in most decks. However, once solved it can be a powerful way to close out games. It is excellent when ahead, okay at parity, and worthless when behind. Win-more cards are not worth taking highly.

5.3.2 Sample Collector

This card looks respectable as a 2/3 that can grow other creatures. However, "collect evidence" creatures compete with each other. This is for the same reason that the 2nd Grim Lavamancer (one of my favorite cards!) is much weaker than the first. It's often better to preserve your graveyard for a big collect evidence effect than to get a 1/1 counter. It ranks 17th in DV while being drafted 8th in ATA. Not unplayable at all, just not a priority.

6.0 Red

Saved my favorite color for last! Nothing is sweeter than using cards like Searing Blaze and Smash to Smithereens to advance your game plan while leaving your opponent's board in taters. In MKM Red has some really nice cards (and even if it didn't, I'd still enjoy forcing it!). It has an average DV of 27 and a median of 28, ranking close to White.

Name

ATA

GIH WR

DV

Rank ATA

Rank WR

Rank DV

Torch the Witness

3.23

61.60%

48.7

1

1

1

Galvanize

3.86

58.10%

38.5

2

4

2

Reckless Detective

4.34

58.80%

38.4

6

2

3

Shock

4.08

58.10%

37.8

4

4

4

Case of the Burning Masks

3.92

57.50%

37.0

3

9

5

Person of Interest

6.5

58.80%

33.6

11

2

6

Red Herring

6.91

57.60%

30.8

12

7

7

Harried Dronesmith

4.12

54.80%

30.8

5

17

8

Cornered Crook

5.39

55.70%

29.8

8

14

9

Vengeful Tracker

5.85

56.10%

29.8

9

12

10

Bolrac-Clan Basher

5.12

55.30%

29.6

7

15

11

Frantic Scapegoat

6.39

56.40%

29.5

10

11

12

Offender at Large

9.32

57.70%

28.0

20

6

13

The Chase Is On

9.35

57.60%

27.8

21

7

14

Felonious Rage

9.59

57.20%

27.0

23

10

15

Goblin Maskmaker

9.54

56.00%

25.1

22

13

16

Innocent Bystander

8.61

55.10%

24.6

18

16

17

Convenient Target

7.88

54.00%

23.5

17

19

18

Concealed Weapon

6.92

53.30%

23.3

13

21

19

Gearbane Orangutan

7.87

53.80%

23.1

16

20

20

Rubblebelt Braggart

10.28

52.80%

19.6

25

22

21

Caught Red-Handed

10.38

52.60%

19.3

26

23

22

Demand Answers

9.69

50.00%

15.6

24

24

23

Suspicious Detonation

7.81

48.90%

15.0

15

25

24

Crime Novelist

7.28

48.60%

14.8

14

26

25

Knife

9.13

43.90%

6.2

19

27

26

Magmaw

54.50%

 

 

 

 

Expose the Culprit

10.41

 

 

 

 

Kuldotha Rebirth

 

 

 

 

Goblin Warchief

 

 

 

 

6.1 Top 5 Red Commons/Uncommons

6.1.1 Torch the Witness

While 1-for-1 removal might be trending down in 2024, 2-for-1 removal will never go out of style!

6.1.2 Galvanize

A cheap burn spell that can answer big blockers. Remember that if your removal opens an attack, it isn't trading 1:1, it is trading for the creature and some damage. It's no Searing Blaze but can get tempo early and once enabled for 5 damage can clear those huge blockers to open lethal full swings!

6.1.3 Reckless Detective

It attacks as a 2/3 which is insane on turn 2. Opponents will usually be deploying 2/2 blockers which become completely ineffective. Throwing card selection into a color that doesn't want to draw too many lands puts this way over the top. Can effectively sacrifice your clue tokens "for free".

6.1.4 Shock

Me bolt face, me big brain! Actually, you mostly want to be bolting creatures in this set. Even with ward, this trades fairly with morphs (3 mana for 3 mana). Those trades become profitable if you have 1-drops and 2-drops to swing with. In limited, there can be such a thing as too much removal as you still need to win the game. The close out potential of face burn circumvents this. You can definitely take this early and often and not have to worry about having too much interaction.

6.1.5 Case of the Burning Masks

A 3 mana deal 3 is already worth playing. Although this can be tricky to solve, it is all upside! This doesn't just have 2-for-1 potential, it even gives card selection. This normally gets solved later in the game. Late in the game, you'll have more information about what exact cards you need making the selection especially valuable. Even if you solve it early, you can be patient and sacrifice it at the perfect moment.

6.2 Red Over Performers

6.2.1 The Chase Is On & Felonious Rage

Both of these tricks are doing pretty well. Rather than drawing conclusion about the individual cards, I think this helps us understand Red's role in the set. Morph creatures generate a lot of value for a lot of mana. Tricks are a great way to either push damage or let disposable threats trade for meaningful blockers. Red definitely want to get under the value piles, and these tricks even leave behind some value to keep up the pressure.

6.2.2 Offender at Large

6th in WR despite being 20th in ATA. DV splits the difference at 13th. I like that this makes an immediate impact with the ETB while also being a sizeable threat. I wouldn't want too many of these, but it is a nice closer at common.

6.3 Red Under Performers

6.3.1 Concealed Weapon

Too much mana for too little impact. Equipment can help small creature stay impactful, while running the risk of being a dud if all your creatures get answered. This compares poorly to reconfigure like Rabbit Battery and the Kaldheim Dwarven Hammer cycle. Those cards let you pick between bodies or equipping. Once you flip this, you can never get the 2/2 creature back.

6.3.2 Crime Novelist

This card doesn't do anything. 3 mana for a 1/3 sucks. By the time you can start growing it, opponent's will have deployed bigger and better things.

Appendix A - Data Dump

I don't cover Gold cards. This analysis is dependent on data. The performance of the respective color parings may drive DV more than the actual text on the cards. With morph + hybrid mana some of the gold cards can be played in mono decks - I wasn't sure how to evaluate these. That said, I'll end with a raw data dump of all the cards in the set:

Name

ATA

GIH WR

DV

Rank ATA

Rank WR

Rank DV

Aurelia's Vindicator

1.16

69.30%

93.0

1

1

1

Agrus Kos, Spirit of Justice

1.48

65.00%

73.1

9

3

2

Vein Ripper

1.45

64.20%

71.3

8

7

3

Rakdos, Patron of Chaos

1.36

63.00%

69.2

5

10

4

Izoni, Center of the Web

1.9

65.60%

68.9

26

2

5

Cryptic Coat

1.65

64.40%

68.8

13

5

6

Ezrim, Agency Chief

1.78

64.80%

68.2

21

4

7

Tolsimir, Midnight's Light

1.93

64.30%

65.1

28

6

8

Teysa, Opulent Oligarch

1.77

63.30%

64.2

19

8

9

Incinerator of the Guilty

1.24

60.60%

63.9

2

24

10

Wojek Investigator

1.48

61.60%

63.2

9

15

11

Kaya, Spirits' Justice

1.29

60.50%

62.8

3

28

12

Aurelia, the Law Above

1.44

61.10%

62.3

6

19

13

Vannifar, Evolved Enigma

1.71

61.80%

60.8

17

13

14

Warleader's Call

1.94

62.60%

60.4

30

11

15

Trostani, Three Whispers

1.62

61.10%

59.9

12

19

16

Hide in Plain Sight

2.31

63.30%

58.8

40

8

17

Steamcore Scholar

1.94

61.70%

58.0

30

14

18

Sharp-Eyed Rookie

1.84

61.00%

57.1

24

22

19

Axebane Ferox

1.81

60.60%

56.3

22

24

20

Lamplight Phoenix

1.75

60.30%

56.2

18

30

21

Pyrotechnic Performer

1.81

60.30%

55.5

22

30

22

Tenth District Hero

1.44

58.40%

54.3

6

58

23

Unyielding Gatekeeper

1.65

59.10%

53.9

13

44

24

Kellan, Inquisitive Prodigy

2.33

61.20%

53.3

42

17

25

Massacre Girl, Known Killer

1.29

57.30%

53.0

3

77

26

Krenko, Baron of Tin Street

1.67

58.80%

52.8

15

52

27

Alquist Proft, Master Sleuth

1.77

58.90%

52.1

19

49

28

Intrude on the Mind

1.98

59.60%

52.0

32

39

29

Doppelgang

3.43

62.60%

50.0

58

11

30

Etrata, Deadly Fugitive

1.99

58.80%

49.8

33

52

31

Yarus, Roar of the Old Gods

1.9

58.50%

49.8

26

57

32

Homicide Investigator

1.93

58.40%

49.3

28

58

33

Anzrag, the Quake-Mole

1.69

57.60%

49.3

16

68

34

Hunted Bonebrute

2.13

58.90%

49.0

35

49

35

Torch the Witness

3.23

61.10%

47.6

51

19

36

Deadly Cover-Up

2.03

57.80%

46.9

34

65

37

Ill-Timed Explosion

3.3

60.60%

46.1

54

24

38

Proft's Eidetic Memory

2.67

59.10%

45.9

45

44

39

Novice Inspector

3.71

61.20%

45.6

65

17

40

Neighborhood Guardian

3.66

60.60%

44.6

62

24

41

Urgent Necropsy

3.67

60.40%

44.1

63

29

42

Fugitive Codebreaker

2.21

57.20%

44.0

38

79

43

Makeshift Binding

3.45

59.70%

43.5

59

38

44

Case of the Stashed Skeleton

2.14

56.80%

43.5

36

87

45

Lazav, Wearer of Faces

2.67

58.00%

43.2

45

64

46

Case of the Gateway Express

3.41

59.50%

43.2

56

40

47

Lightning Helix

3.82

60.00%

42.6

67

34

48

Private Eye

3.99

60.20%

42.5

73

33

49

Buried in the Garden

4.12

60.30%

42.2

80

30

50

Krenko's Buzzcrusher

1.84

55.40%

41.9

24

124

51

Perimeter Enforcer

3.41

58.80%

41.6

56

52

52

Gleaming Geardrake

4.87

61.00%

41.3

108

22

53

Delney, Streetwise Lookout

1.52

54.20%

41.2

11

166

54

Archdruid's Charm

3.83

59.10%

40.7

69

44

55

Reckless Detective

4.34

59.90%

40.7

88

35

56

Kylox's Voltstrider

2.9

57.10%

40.0

47

82

57

A Killer Among Us

5.87

61.60%

39.9

127

15

58

Fuss // Bother

4.86

59.90%

39.2

106

35

59

Inside Source

4.67

59.50%

38.9

97

40

60

Case of the Locked Hothouse

3.23

57.20%

38.8

51

79

61

Dog Walker

4.76

59.40%

38.4

101

42

62

Long Goodbye

3.32

57.10%

38.2

55

82

63

Shock

4.08

58.10%

37.8

76

61

64

Galvanize

3.86

57.60%

37.4

71

68

65

Flourishing Bloom-Kin

4.72

58.80%

37.4

99

52

66

Coerced to Kill

5.02

59.10%

37.2

111

44

67

Detective's Satchel

5.71

59.80%

36.9

124

37

68

Elegant Parlor

4.09

57.50%

36.5

79

72

69

Lost in the Maze

3.22

56.00%

36.1

50

113

70

Exit Specialist

3.82

56.90%

36.0

67

86

71

Greenbelt Radical

4.86

58.10%

35.6

106

61

72

Sumala Sentry

5.54

58.90%

35.6

118

49

73

Hard-Hitting Question

4.62

57.70%

35.4

94

66

74

No Witnesses

2.15

53.70%

35.4

37

176

75

Case of the Burning Masks

3.92

56.50%

34.9

72

97

76

Karlov Watchdog

4.8

57.50%

34.6

102

72

77

Person of Interest

6.5

59.30%

34.5

138

43

78

Marketwatch Phantom

4.96

57.30%

33.8

110

77

79

Not on My Watch

4.08

56.20%

33.8

76

105

80

Push // Pull

3.77

55.70%

33.6

66

118

81

Blood Spatter Analysis

3.68

55.40%

33.2

64

124

82

Case of the Crimson Pulse

3.09

54.50%

33.2

48

157

83

Thundering Falls

4.5

56.40%

33.1

92

101

84

Niv-Mizzet, Guildpact

4.66

56.50%

32.9

96

97

85

Nervous Gardener

5.67

57.60%

32.9

122

68

86

Repulsive Mutation

7.3

59.10%

32.8

174

44

87

Glint Weaver

6.28

58.10%

32.7

135

61

88

Surveillance Monitor

4.85

56.60%

32.7

105

93

89

Outrageous Robbery

2.54

53.30%

32.5

43

184

90

Leering Onlooker

4.03

55.40%

32.3

74

124

91

Undercity Eliminator

4.08

55.40%

32.1

76

124

92

Lush Portico

4.24

55.40%

31.7

84

124

93

Hedge Maze

4.67

55.90%

31.7

97

115

94

Shadowy Backstreet

4.26

55.40%

31.7

86

124

95

Tunnel Tipster

5.25

56.40%

31.5

114

101

96

Forensic Gadgeteer

2.56

52.80%

31.2

44

196

97

Drag the Canal

3.85

54.60%

31.1

70

155

98

Granite Witness

5.88

56.80%

31.0

128

87

99

Analyze the Pollen

4.8

55.70%

31.0

102

118

100

Underground Mortuary

4.39

55.20%

30.9

89

132

101

Wispdrinker Vampire

4.92

55.70%

30.8

109

118

102

Escape Tunnel

5.98

56.70%

30.7

130

90

103

Soul Enervation

4.03

54.60%

30.6

74

155

104

Meticulous Archive

4.13

54.70%

30.5

82

149

105

Loxodon Eavesdropper

7.13

57.60%

30.5

164

68

106

Conspiracy Unraveler

3.53

53.90%

30.4

60

171

107

Get a Leg Up

8.74

58.80%

30.4

212

52

108

Meddling Youths

6.13

56.70%

30.4

133

90

109

Hard Evidence

6.53

57.00%

30.3

141

84

110

Murder

4.15

54.50%

30.1

83

157

111

Undercity Sewers

4.33

54.70%

30.1

87

149

112

Bite Down on Crime

7.06

57.20%

29.9

158

79

113

Evidence Examiner

7.71

57.70%

29.9

182

66

114

Commercial District

4.63

54.90%

29.8

95

144

115

Red Herring

6.91

57.00%

29.8

152

84

116

Auspicious Arrival

7.56

57.50%

29.7

180

72

117

Cold Case Cracker

6.06

56.20%

29.6

132

105

118

Museum Nightwatch

6.53

56.60%

29.6

141

93

119

Gadget Technician

6.55

56.50%

29.4

144

97

120

Vengeful Tracker

5.85

55.80%

29.2

126

116

121

Kraul Whipcracker

7.06

56.80%

29.2

158

87

122

Frantic Scapegoat

6.39

56.20%

29.1

136

105

123

Bolrac-Clan Basher

5.12

55.00%

29.0

113

138

124

On the Job

9.24

58.20%

28.9

230

60

125

Harried Dronesmith

4.12

53.90%

28.9

80

171

126

Extract a Confession

6.74

56.30%

28.8

149

104

127

Projektor Inspector

7.14

56.60%

28.7

165

93

128

Barbed Servitor

2.21

51.20%

28.7

38

228

129

Cornered Crook

5.39

55.00%

28.5

116

138

130

Worldsoul's Rage

4.8

54.30%

28.3

102

162

131

Seasoned Consultant

7.08

56.10%

27.9

161

109

132

Deadly Complication

5.69

54.80%

27.6

123

145

133

Topiary Panther

6.83

55.70%

27.6

150

118

134

Offender at Large

9.32

57.40%

27.6

233

76

135

Raucous Theater

4.48

53.60%

27.5

90

178

136

Case of the Trampled Garden

5.43

54.50%

27.5

117

157

137

No More Lies

7.86

56.40%

27.5

187

101

138

Festerleech

7.44

56.10%

27.5

179

109

139

Fanatical Strength

9.7

57.50%

27.4

244

72

140

Rune-Brand Juggler

7.02

55.60%

27.2

156

122

141

Judith, Carnage Connoisseur

2.32

50.70%

26.9

41

238

142

Culvert Ambusher

6.54

55.10%

26.9

143

135

143

Furtive Courier

6.47

55.00%

26.8

137

138

144

Crimestopper Sprite

6.64

55.10%

26.8

147

135

145

Coveted Falcon

3.27

51.90%

26.7

53

215

146

Sanguine Savior

6.55

55.00%

26.7

144

138

147

Unauthorized Exit

9.1

56.60%

26.5

225

93

148

The Chase Is On

9.35

56.70%

26.4

235

90

149

Unscrupulous Agent

7.06

55.20%

26.4

158

132

150

Haazda Vigilante

8.44

56.10%

26.4

200

109

151

Scene of the Crime

7.03

55.10%

26.3

157

135

152

Vengeful Creeper

8.8

56.10%

26.0

215

109

153

Rubblebelt Maverick

8.67

56.00%

26.0

211

113

154

Reasonable Doubt

9

56.20%

26.0

222

105

155

Nightdrinker Moroii

5.59

53.80%

25.9

120

174

156

Felonious Rage

9.59

56.50%

25.9

241

97

157

Persuasive Interrogators

8.11

55.60%

25.9

195

122

158

Deduce

8.44

55.80%

25.9

200

116

159

Crowd-Control Warden

7.35

55.00%

25.7

176

138

160

Krovod Haunch

7.11

54.80%

25.7

162

145

161

Forensic Researcher

6.98

54.70%

25.6

154

149

162

Out Cold

8.23

55.40%

25.4

197

124

163

Sample Collector

6.23

54.00%

25.4

134

169

164

Hedge Whisperer

7.37

54.80%

25.4

178

145

165

Slice from the Shadows

5.73

53.60%

25.3

125

178

166

Dramatic Accusation

7.12

54.50%

25.1

163

157

167

Tin Street Gossip

6.98

54.30%

24.9

154

162

168

Assassin's Trophy

4.25

52.10%

24.9

85

211

169

The Pride of Hull Clade

3.14

50.90%

24.8

49

235

170

Eliminate the Impossible

7.71

54.70%

24.8

182

149

171

Call a Surprise Witness

6.52

53.90%

24.8

140

171

172

Make Your Move

8.54

55.20%

24.8

204

132

173

Burden of Proof

7.23

54.30%

24.7

167

162

174

Absolving Lammasu

7.26

54.30%

24.6

169

162

175

Vitu-Ghazi Inspector

8.99

55.30%

24.5

220

131

176

Treacherous Greed

4.58

52.20%

24.5

93

208

177

Faerie Snoop

7.28

54.10%

24.3

171

167

178

Clandestine Meddler

6.03

53.20%

24.2

131

187

179

Snarling Gorehound

8.57

54.70%

23.9

205

149

180

Innocent Bystander

8.61

54.50%

23.6

207

157

181

Goblin Maskmaker

9.54

55.00%

23.6

238

138

182

Sanitation Automaton

8.99

54.70%

23.6

220

149

183

Mistway Spy

5.27

52.20%

23.4

115

208

184

Hotshot Investigators

9.51

54.80%

23.3

237

145

185

Case File Auditor

7.36

53.50%

23.1

177

181

186

Undercover Crocodelf

8.44

54.10%

23.1

200

167

187

Doorkeeper Thrull

4.75

51.60%

23.0

100

219

188

Convenient Target

7.88

53.70%

22.9

189

176

189

Case of the Filched Falcon

5.95

52.40%

22.8

129

205

190

Slimy Dualleech

6.73

52.90%

22.8

148

192

191

Concealed Weapon

6.92

52.90%

22.6

153

192

192

Cease // Desist

8.85

54.00%

22.6

217

169

193

Hustle // Bustle

7.65

53.30%

22.5

181

184

194

Fae Flight

6.84

52.70%

22.3

151

198

195

Riftburst Hellion

8.58

53.60%

22.1

206

178

196

Griffnaut Tracker

8.4

53.50%

22.1

198

181

197

Gearbane Orangutan

7.87

53.20%

22.1

188

187

198

They Went This Way

9.28

53.80%

21.9

232

174

199

Sudden Setback

7.93

52.90%

21.6

190

192

200

Toxin Analysis

9.45

53.50%

21.3

236

181

201

Branch of Vitu-Ghazi

7.82

52.50%

21.0

186

204

202

Defenestrated Phantom

9.04

53.10%

21.0

223

190

203

Aftermath Analyst

8.07

52.60%

20.9

194

201

204

Pompous Gadabout

8.63

52.80%

20.8

208

196

205

Bubble Smuggler

8.88

52.90%

20.8

218

192

206

Gravestone Strider

9.25

53.00%

20.6

231

191

207

Jaded Analyst

9.77

53.20%

20.6

246

187

208

Case of the Shattered Pact

7.94

52.30%

20.6

191

207

209

Wrench

8.81

52.60%

20.3

216

201

210

Alley Assailant

8.9

52.60%

20.3

219

201

211

Airtight Alibi

10.62

53.30%

20.2

259

184

212

Essence of Antiquity

8.01

52.00%

20.0

193

213

213

Due Diligence

9.54

52.70%

20.0

238

198

214

Public Thoroughfare

7.96

51.90%

19.9

192

215

215

Suspicious Detonation

7.81

51.80%

19.8

185

217

216

Shady Informant

9.09

52.40%

19.8

224

205

217

Forum Familiar

7.24

51.30%

19.5

168

225

218

Rubblebelt Braggart

10.28

52.70%

19.5

251

198

219

Audience with Trostani

7.27

51.30%

19.4

170

225

220

Assemble the Players

3.58

48.80%

19.2

61

255

221

Officious Interrogation

5.62

50.10%

18.9

121

243

222

Crime Novelist

7.28

51.00%

18.9

171

234

223

Demand Answers

9.69

52.10%

18.9

243

211

224

Caught Red-Handed

10.38

52.20%

18.6

253

208

225

Basilica Stalker

8.79

51.50%

18.6

214

221

226

Curious Inquiry

8.4

51.20%

18.4

198

228

227

Rakish Scoundrel

9.19

51.50%

18.3

228

221

228

Benthic Criminologists

10.63

52.00%

18.2

260

213

229

Thinking Cap

9.94

51.70%

18.1

249

218

230

Polygraph Orb

10.02

51.60%

17.9

250

219

231

Connecting the Dots

5.03

49.20%

17.9

112

252

232

Case of the Pilfered Proof

5.54

49.50%

17.9

118

247

233

Macabre Reconstruction

9.58

51.40%

17.9

240

223

234

Repeat Offender

9.21

51.20%

17.8

229

228

235

Lead Pipe

9.59

51.30%

17.7

241

225

236

Presumed Dead

8.48

50.80%

17.7

203

237

237

Illicit Masquerade

4.48

48.70%

17.6

90

257

238

Candlestick

9.33

51.10%

17.6

234

232

239

Flotsam // Jetsam

7.22

50.10%

17.4

166

243

240

Lumbering Laundry

10.56

51.40%

17.3

257

223

241

Break Out

10.46

51.20%

17.1

256

228

242

Agency Outfitter

8.63

50.50%

17.1

208

239

243

Magnetic Snuffler

9.75

50.90%

17.0

245

235

244

Rot Farm Mortipede

10.35

51.10%

17.0

252

232

245

Sanctuary Wall

9.1

50.50%

16.8

225

239

246

Case of the Uneaten Feast

6.5

49.30%

16.6

138

250

247

Soul Search

9.86

50.30%

16.0

247

242

248

Case of the Gorgon's Kiss

7.79

49.50%

16.0

184

247

249

Curious Cadaver

7.28

49.20%

15.8

171

252

250

Agency Coroner

11.21

50.40%

15.5

262

241

251

Knife

9.13

49.50%

15.2

227

247

252

It Doesn't Add Up

8.77

49.30%

15.0

213

250

253

Pick Your Poison

11.3

50.00%

14.9

263

246

254

Behind the Mask

11.67

50.10%

14.8

265

243

255

Insidious Roots

8.21

48.80%

14.5

196

255

256

Chalk Outline

8.65

48.90%

14.5

210

254

257

Cryptex

7.32

47.90%

13.6

175

260

258

Relive the Past

6.59

47.50%

13.3

146

262

259

Rope

10.41

48.60%

13.1

254

258

260

Cerebral Confiscation

10.93

48.40%

12.6

261

259

261

Magnifying Glass

11.32

47.60%

11.3

264

261

262

Living Conundrum

9.92

47.20%

11.2

248

263

263

Expose the Culprit

10.41

46.50%

9.9

254

264

264

Slime Against Humanity

10.61

43.90%

5.9

258

265

265

Anzrag's Rampage

 

 

 

 

Case of the Ransacked Lab

 

 

 

 

Expedited Inheritance

 

 

 

 

Reenact the Crime

 

 

 

 

Undergrowth Recon

 

 

 

 

Kylox, Visionary Inventor

 

 

 

 

Leyline of the Guildpact

 

 

 

 

Maverick Thopterist

 

 

 

 

Enlisted Wurm

 

 

 

 

Smuggler's Copter

 

 

 

 

Leonin Relic-Warder

 

 

 

 

Syr Konrad, the Grim

 

 

 

 

Mentor of the Meek

 

 

 

 

Magmaw

 

 

 

 

Krosan Tusker

 

 

 

 

Putrid Warrior

 

 

 

 

Mass Hysteria

 

 

 

 

Spell Snare

 

 

 

 

Ghost Quarter

 

 

 

 

Kuldotha Rebirth

 

 

 

 

Molten Psyche

 

 

 

 

Gnaw to the Bone

 

 

 

 

Stromkirk Captain

 

 

 

 

Burden of Guilt

 

 

 

 

Ixidor, Reality Sculptor

 

 

 

 

Duskmantle, House of Shadow

 

 

 

 

Worldspine Wurm

 

 

 

 

Possibility Storm

 

 

 

 

Millstone

 

 

 

 

Nyx Weaver

 

 

 

 

Evolutionary Leap

 

 

 

 

Shard of Broken Glass

 

 

 

 

Metalspinner's Puzzleknot

 

 

 

 

Consign // Oblivion

 

 

 

 

Bishop of the Bloodstained

 

 

 

 

Goblin Warchief

 

 

 

 

High Alert

 

 

 

 

Jace, Wielder of Mysteries

 

 

 

 

Ranger-Captain of Eos

 

 

 

 

Combine Chrysalis

 

 

 

 

Quintorius, Field Historian

 

 

 

 

Laid to Rest

 

 

 

 

Monologue Tax

 

 

 

 

Mistveil Plains

 

 

 

 

Ghostly Prison

 

 

 

 

Fabricate

 

 

 

 

Show and Tell

 

 

 

 

Tragic Slip

 

 

 

 

Victimize

 

 

 

 

Gamble

 

 

 

 

Crashing Footfalls

 

 

 

 

Tireless Tracker

 

 

 

 

Drown in the Loch

 

 

 

 

Field of the Dead

 

 

 

 

Treacherous Terrain

 

 

 

 

Mystery Key

 

 

 

 

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