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Most Expensive Cards in Lost Caverns of Ixalan

Dinosaurs! Caverns! Cool Art! Lost Caverns of Ixalan is full of high-value cards to collect and these are the best of the best

The Lost Caverns of Ixalan is the newest Magic the Gathering set and it’s looking like it may shake up the current meta. Whether you’re a competitor or collector, here are the priciest cards in this new set that you’ll definitely want to pull when you buy some packs.

Cavern of Souls (Borderless) - $29

Borderless Cavern of Souls card

This desirable card is considered one of the best in this set so it’s no surprise to see it at the top of the price list as well. Cavern of Souls allows you to spend a certain amount of one type of mana to cast a creature spell of that chosen type — and that spell can’t be countered. You won’t have to worry about any disruption from your opponent. Plus, this card looks absolutely gorgeous with its bold black coloring and neon detailing.

The “regular” version of Cavern of Souls, by the way, is priced at $28, making it the second-highest cost card in the set. But for just a $1 more you can get the borderless one so why not?

Ojer Taq, Deepest Foundation - $26

Ojer Taq Deepest Foundation creature

This viable card reads: “If one or more creature tokens would be created under your control, three times that many of those tokens are created instead. When Ojer Taq dies, return it to the battlefield tapped and transformed under its owner's control.” This card has a high cost but a massive payoff and a unique ability, making it a very in demand card.

Ojer Taq, Deepest Foundation’s showcase version comes up next at $21. This version of the card has very bold art inspired by historic Aztec pieces. It’s beautifully detailed and very dynamic, making it a must-have for collectors.

Ghalta, Stampede Tyrant - $20

Ghalta Stampede Tyrant legendary creature

This OP card lets you put down any number of creature cards from your hand onto the battlefield when it enters. Yeah, it’s crazy. This is a very competitive card that you’ll find in a lot of top decks going forward.

The borderless version of this card has a greener version of Ghalta and his dinos are in the foreground. It’s valued at $19 in the current market.

Chimil, the Inner Sun - $14

Chilmil The Inner Sun artifact

This disruptive card has a new mechanic called “discover” that lets you exile cards from the top of your library until you exile a non-land card with a certain mana value. It’s an awesome card that you’ll probably see in a lot of decks.

Bonehoard Dracosaur - $14


This massive flying dinosaur has first strike. At the beginning of your upkeep, exile the top two cards of your library. You can play them this turn. If you exiled a land card this way, create a 3/1 red Dinosaur creature token. If you exiled a non-land, create a Treasure token. The artwork is very stunning on top of that, with the dinosaur standing atop a pile of bones.

The borderless version has the Bonehoard Dracosaur soaring across an orange sky. It’s also valued at $14 so pick whichever appeals to you!

Bloodletter of Aclazotz - $11

Bloodletter of Aclazatz creature

This is considered a very viable card thanks to its very aggressive ability. If an opponent would lose life during your turn, they will actually lose twice the original amount. This competitive card also has incredibly badass artwork so you’ll definitely want to pull this one.