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I'm hoping sylvan caryatid goes up a little bit...but I think that's simply because I pre-ordered a full set lol.
I could foresee stormbreath dragon going up quite a bit at least for the first few weeks or so. Underworld cerberus is also pretty insane. The walkers will obviously start out pretty high. I feel elspeth could maybe drop a little but I feel xenagos will rise.
Xenagos, definitely. Probably Nykthos, as well. I can see Purphoros and his hammer fetching a pretty penny, along with Thassa and Erebos. Nylea and her bow seem a little too specialized and I'll need to see Heliod's weapon before I pass judgement there. Other than that, Medomai the Ageless and Hero's Downfall will likely be chased after for quite some time.
Thoughtseize will hold its value, if not right away then post-rotation. Reprint or not, it's still an every-format staple.
[ [Some rare nobody noticed yet] ] will become the new Hellrider or Boros Reckoner . Completely unappreciated dollar rare that will spike to $10 overnight. Interestingly enough, this rare is often spoiled in the "spoiler dump" one week before prerelease.
[ [Almost every other card spoiled so far] ] will drop in price, as the prerelease hype currently overpowers its usefulness. I'm calling it for Medomai, the Ageless, specifically.
Each one says that itself can't attack during extra turns. The game knows it's an extra turn even if a new copy of the creature only came into play during the extra turn.
Also it's Legendary, so when you made a mimic copy, you'd have to choose one of them to go to the graveyard, and if you kept the one that hadn't attacked yet, you'd lose the mimic.
When new lands are printed, it's always a good idea to try to get them. (at cheapest available price)
Mana bases are usually one of the more difficult/sought after cards as a "barrier to entry" for any format. Though I don't think these are ever going to be extremely high valued cards, a free scry attach to mana fixing land is nothing to be sneezed at.
If you think there's a chance you may want them in the future, best to get them now.