The Ten Most Expensive Cards From Phyrexia: All Will Be One - Insane Prices!

Genoslugcs February 26, 2023 4 min
The Ten Most Expensive Cards From Phyrexia: All Will Be One - Insane Prices!

Phyrexia: All Will Be One is proving to be a very successful set in many regards. The return to Phyrexia was highly anticipated and ONE did not disappoint - The storyline is engaging, many of the cards are exciting and powerful, and the toxic commander precon is a big hit. That said, the set is blowing things out of the water in terms of card prices as well. 

As of now, Phyrexia: All Will Be One has a whopping 8 cards that are currently over $100. And nearly 50 that are $20 or more. To put this into perspective, the previous set, The Brothers' War has five cards over $20, and none of them are over $100.

I'm not going to lie, I was a little shocked to see some of the prices for the set when I began looking into them and I think many others will be too. Some of them are still on prerelease and subject to change quite a bit. However, if you look at the sold listings online, people are certainly paying these astronomical prices for the rarest cards from the set. So, without further ado, here are the most expensive cards from Phyrexia: All Will Be One.


10. Sword of Forge and Frontier - $98.07

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Sword of Forge and Frontier (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Kicking off the list we have the newest "Sword Of" card in its oil-slicked raised foil version. Even at nearly $100 I think people will continue buying this card.

9. Drivnod, Carnage Dominus - $99.17

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Drivnod, Carnage Dominus (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Here we have the raised foil version of the Black "Dominus" that will be at the helm of many mono-black aristocrat decks in commander. This version is certainly eye-catching.

8. Phyrexian Vindicator - $103.28

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil) 

Phyrexian Vindicator (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

If you're looking to build some mono-white devotion and aren't worried about your budget, you could do a lot worse than the oil-slick raised foil version of the Phyrexian Obliteratorimage counterpart.

7. Atraxa, Grand Unifier - $107.02

Version: (Showcase) + (Step-and-Compleat Foil)

Atraxa, Grand Unifier (Showcase) (Step-and-Compleat Foil)

Coming in at over $100 right now, this version of Atraxa is one of the most expensive non-oil-slick foil cards in the set. That said, this is probably my personal favorite version of the card.

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6. Jace, the Perfected Mind - $ 110.46

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil) 

Jace, the Perfected Mind (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

The Jace that everyone slept on - Not only did it turn out to be quite good but this version has quite the price tag as well.

5. Ichormoon Gauntlet - $111.80

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Ichormoon Gauntlet (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

The art for this card is phenomenal.  I think every version of it is pretty stunning and this version may be the best. That, plus the fact that it has a pretty crazy ability and you have a recipe for expensive.

4. Vraska, Betrayal's Sting - $114.26

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Vraska, Betrayal's Sting (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Vraska comes in at number four with a price of nearly $114 for this version. Even the cheapest version of the card is around $17 and I wouldn't be surprised to see both versions go even higher. I've played with it quite a bit already and she's quite good.

3. Mondrak, Glory Dominus - $117.02

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Mondrak, Glory Dominus (Oil Slick Raised Foil)

Modrak is the second "Dominus" card to make the list. Doubling up token production has always been a powerful effect and that's certainly true here as well. Plus, you're getting the effect on a 4/4 body that can easily be made Indestructible. This version is pretty stellar looking as well, so I'm not surprised to see it as high as it is.

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2.  Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines - $170.10

Version: (Borderless) + (Step-and-Compleat Foil) 

 Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines (Borderless) (Step-and-Compleat Foil)

Probably not coming as a surprise to many people, the new Elesh Norn is quite high on the list and has the number two spot by a great margin. The card is amongst the most powerful in the set and this is a very special version. If you're looking to sleeve up this particular praetor, this version will catch some eyes.

1. Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines - $247.50

Version: (Oil Slick Raised Foil) 


Here we have our second Elesh Norn entry and this one cost substantially more than the last one. And any other card on the list for that matter. But you're looking at the rarest version of arguably the best card in the set. So, I suppose all the selling points are there. That said, $250 is still a lot and I'm eager to see where the price goes after the release of the compeat bundles.


There you have it my friends - The 10 most expensive cards from Phyrexia: All Will Be One. They are certainly higher than I had anticipated them being and I'm curious where they will go come the third. Given that there are supply issues happening with the compeat bundles, so many of these oil-slick raised foil versions may go even higher. Only time will tell. Thanks for reading and I hope found this article helpful.


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