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  • NM-Mint is $12.80
Stone-Throwing Devils [Arabian Nights]
$12.80
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Creature — Devil Rarity: Common Cost: {B} First strike Sometimes those with the most sin cast the first stones.
  • NM-Mint is $59.30
Sorceress Queen [Arabian Nights]
$59.30
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Creature — Human Wizard Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{B}{B}
  • NM-Mint is $2,636.60
Bazaar of Baghdad [Arabian Nights]
$2,636.60
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Land Rarity: Uncommon Cost:
  • NM-Mint is $108.00
Ring of Ma'rûf [Arabian Nights]
$108.00
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Artifact Rarity: Rare Cost: {5}
  • NM-Mint is $3.80
Metamorphosis [Arabian Nights]
$3.80
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Sorcery Rarity: Common Cost: {G}
  • NM-Mint is $4.30
Ghazbán Ogre [Arabian Nights]
$4.30
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Creature — Ogre Rarity: Common Cost: {G}
  • NM-Mint is $4.20
Moorish Cavalry [Arabian Nights]
$4.20
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Creature — Human Knight Rarity: Common Cost: {2}{W}{W} Trample Members of the elite Moorish Cavalry are very particular about their mounts, choosing only those whose bloodlines have been pure for generations.
  • NM-Mint is $4.80
Piety [Arabian Nights]
$4.80
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Instant Rarity: Common Cost: {2}{W} Blocking creatures get +0/+3 until end of turn. "Whoever obeys God and His Prophet, fears God and does his duty to Him, will surely find success." —The Qur'an, 24:52
  • NM-Mint is $481.40
City of Brass [Arabian Nights]
$481.40
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Land Rarity: Uncommon Cost:
  • NM-Mint is $3.00
Hurr Jackal [Arabian Nights]
$3.00
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Creature — Jackal Rarity: Common Cost: {R}
  • NM-Mint is $22.50
Cyclone [Arabian Nights]
$22.50
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Enchantment Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {2}{G}{G}
  • NM-Mint is $210.90
Island of Wak-Wak [Arabian Nights]
$210.90
Set: Arabian Nights Type: Land Rarity: Rare Cost: {T}: Target creature with flying has base power 0 until end of turn. The Isle of Wak-Wak, home to a tribe of winged folk, is named for a peculiar fruit that grows there. The fruit looks like a woman's head, and when ripe speaks the word "Wak."