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  • NM-Mint is $0.70
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $2.50
Reweave [Champions of Kamigawa]
$0.70
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Instant — Arcane Rarity: Rare Cost: {5}{U}
  • NM-Mint is $0.90
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $5.60
Ethereal Haze [Champions of Kamigawa]
$0.90
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Instant — Arcane Rarity: Common Cost: {W} Prevent all damage that would be dealt by creatures this turn. "Imagine a dove flying through smoke. Does the dove injure the smoke? Does the smoke impede the dove?" —Teachings of Eight-and-a-Half-Tails
  • NM-Mint is $40.30
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $107.30
Sensei's Divining Top [Champions of Kamigawa]
$40.30
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Artifact Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}
  • NM-Mint is $1.70
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $5.50
Hinder [Champions of Kamigawa]
$1.70
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Instant Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{U}{U} Counter target spell. If that spell is countered this way, put that card on the top or bottom of its owner's library instead of into that player's graveyard. "Do not react to force in kind. Turn it aside. Direct it to where it can do no harm." —Meloku the Clouded Mirror
  • NM-Mint is $0.60
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $5.90
Uyo, Silent Prophet [Champions of Kamigawa]
$0.60
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Legendary Creature — Moonfolk Wizard Rarity: Rare Cost: {4}{U}{U}
  • NM-Mint is $1.30
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $14.10
Horobi, Death's Wail [Champions of Kamigawa]
$1.30
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Legendary Creature — Spirit Rarity: Rare Cost: {2}{B}{B} Flying Whenever a creature becomes the target of a spell or ability, destroy that creature. "From the ashes of Reito rose a new kami. And thereafter at every battle came Horobi, Death's Wail." —The History of Kamigawa
  • NM-Mint is $2.70
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $13.80
Kodama's Reach [Champions of Kamigawa]
$2.70
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Sorcery — Arcane Rarity: Common Cost: {2}{G} Search your library for up to two basic land cards, reveal those cards, and put one onto the battlefield tapped and the other into your hand. Then shuffle your library. "The land grows only where the kami will it." —Dosan the Falling Leaf
  • NM-Mint is $2.70
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $16.10
Time of Need [Champions of Kamigawa]
$2.70
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Sorcery Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {1}{G} Search your library for a legendary creature card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then shuffle your library. "When the kumo attacked the monks' sacred shrine, a mournful toll for help echoed through the forest. Thus began the Battle of Silk, which would last six years." —Great Battles of Kamigawa
  • NM-Mint is $3.80
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $32.30
Untaidake, the Cloud Keeper [Champions of Kamigawa]
$3.80
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Legendary Land Rarity: Rare Cost: Untaidake, the Cloud Keeper enters the battlefield tapped. {T}, Pay 2 life: Add {C}{C} to your mana pool. Spend this mana only to cast legendary spells. Untaidake is the needle that weaves the fabric of creation.
  • NM-Mint is $0.30
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $0.70
Sire of the Storm [Champions of Kamigawa]
$0.30
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Creature — Spirit Rarity: Uncommon Cost: {4}{U}{U} Flying Whenever you cast a Spirit or Arcane spell, you may draw a card. This storm blows gales through the dreams of men.
  • NM-Mint is $1.40
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $67.70
Azami, Lady of Scrolls [Champions of Kamigawa]
$1.40
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Legendary Creature — Human Wizard Rarity: Rare Cost: {2}{U}{U}{U} Tap an untapped Wizard you control: Draw a card. "Choices belong to those with the luxuries of time and distance. We have neither. I recommend we proceed with the plan to destroy all shrines of the kami." —Lady Azami, letter to Sensei Hisoka
  • NM-Mint is $0.30
    NM-Mint [Foil] is $2.10
Orochi Leafcaller [Champions of Kamigawa]
$0.30
Set: Champions of Kamigawa Type: Creature — Snake Shaman Rarity: Common Cost: {G} {G}: Add one mana of any color to your mana pool. "Only orochi hatched from eggs 'touched by the kami' may become shamans. These days, there are fewer and fewer new shamans being born."