The return to the plane-wide city of Ravnica is almost here! Ravnica Remastered is a set that allows players to re-familiarize themselves with the story, characters, and mechanics of the iconic city prior to the upcoming release of The Murders at Karlov Manor, which will continue the story of Ravnica following the events of the Phyrexian invasion. 

While the cards of Ravnica Remastered are mainly reprints from previous Ravnica sets, many of these classic cards are incredibly powerful staples for competitive play, and are also receiving new collectible designs with either stunning borderless artwork, or timeless retro frame aesthetics. To help sellers make the most of this release, we’ve gone ahead and compiled a list of the top 5 currently best-selling cards of Ravnica Remastered:

  1. Persistent Petitioners
  2. Rhythm of the Wild
  3. Savra, Queen of the Golgari (Anime Borderless)
  4. Silhana Ledgewalker
  5. Spark Double


First released as part of the set
Ravnica Allegiance, Persistent Petitioners is a relatively tough creature type for a blue mana card, with the ability to tank early game hits for its inoffensive cast cost. 

However, Persistent Petitioners is mainly infamous for its mill ability, which makes it popular in Advisor tribal decks as well as blue-black mill decks. When the casting player taps four untapped advisors they control, a chosen player has to mill twelve cards from their deck, which is nothing to scoff at during a standard game. Furthermore, players can have as many Persistent Petitioners in their deck as they’d like, and can further chain the mill effects to confound their opponents.


Another iconic release from
Ravnica Allegiance, Rhythm of the Wild is a card that works best in Gruul red-green decks, but can also work well in aggressive mono-green decks. It allows players who cast it to give all non-token creatures they control riot, an ability which allows them to enter the battlefield with either a +1/+1 counter (in case you need to buff up your tankiness) or haste (in case you need to deal damage quickly).

Furthermore, when cast, creature spells the player controls cannot be countered, and riot abilities can stack. This means that with the right creatures, players can effectively pile +1/+1 and haste counters in a chain on top of their creatures and effectively dominate.


Hail the black-green commander queen!
Savra, Queen of the Golgari is the commander your rivals would hate to play against, since when she is played to her best advantage she can devastate the battlefield of opponents.

Savra’s abilities are twofold: when sacrificing a black creature, the player can choose to lose 2 life and have every opponent sacrifice a creature, but when sacrificing a green creature, the player gains 2 life. In a Witherbloom-inspired black-green deck, this can mean sacrificing black-green token creatures to effectively trigger both abilities at the same time, clearing the board while also continuously gaining back life.

In Ravnica Remastered, Savra, Queen of the Golgari gains a stunning Borderless artwork print with an anime style, making this incredibly powerful queen even more valuable to collectors.

Silhana Ledgewalker has been a staple Common card in green Elven decks since it was first released in 2006. Since then, its card text has been updated to fully clarify its hexproof ability, meaning it cannot be targeted by any abilities or spells the opponent controls.

While Silhana Ledgewalker’s abilities are relatively simple (its attacks cannot be blocked except by creatures with flying), it compensates with its cheap 1G mana cost and Elf creature type, which gives it plenty of synergy in multiple green deck types.

Clone decks have been continuously popular in several Magic formats, and while
Spark Double is far from the only clone-based mono-blue card of its type, it has the advantage of being able to not just clone creatures, but also planeswalkers.

When Spark Double enters the battlefield, the player has the option to have it enter as a clone of either a creature or planeswalker; if they choose to have it enter as a creature it gets a +1/+1 counter (meaning that the cloned creature gets both tankier and deals more damage), whereas if it enters as a planeswalker, it gets an additional loyalty counter, which will allow it to reach its ultimate faster.

Who doesn’t like shock lands? These unique Ravnica land cards have left their mark in several game formats since they were first introduced in
Ravnica: City of Guilds, and many players consider them indispensable in multicolor deckbuilding.

In Ravnica Remastered, ten shock lands take center stage, along with stunning full-art borderless variants. Featuring artwork by classic Magic artists Svetlin Velinov, Jonas de Ro, Yeong-Hao Han, Alayna Danner and Cliff Childs, these incredible new borderless shock lands are just the thing for players to decimate their opponents while boasting beautiful cards in their deck.

All cards from Ravnica Remastered are now available to list on the TCGplayer Marketplace before the set releases on January 12, 2024. 

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For more information on what to expect regarding Ravnica Remastered, check out Navigating Ravnica Remastered and its Variants.

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