Players got their first taste of Maximum Crisis over the weekend at the MACR Sneak Peaks, and that made for some big shifts in the TCGplayer Marketplace. True Kings and Ancient Gears both took a bit of a slide, as a number of generic splashables trended upwards and a handful of engine-driving cards saw more action.

The cards that trended this weekend from Friday to Monday could assume bigger roles in tournaments next weekend as Maximum Crisis goes legal, so with no further ado, here are the Top 10 bestselling cards of the past three days.

#10: Twin Twisters

Reprinted in Dinosmasher's Fury, Twin Twisters has been a near-staple of our Top 10 countdowns since its $10 price tag got slashed in half by dinosaur claws. While the Super Rare copies managed to maintain their value for a few weeks, the Common has now drive down the foil copies to nearly the same value, with Supers available for less than six bucks as of this writing.

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#9: True King Bahrastos, the Fathomer

While True King Agnimazud, the Vanisher fell from the Top 10 over the weekend, True King Bahrastos, the Fathomer hung in at the Number 9 spot, still an obvious pick for True King Dinosaurs moving forward.

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#8: Ancient Gear Howitzer

After a shockingly long run with multiple cards in the Top 5 for weeks, Ancient Gears fell in sales this week, leaving nothing but Ancient Gear Howitzer in the Top 10. It was a long time coming: Ancient Gears have done zilch, zip, nada in actual competition. And while their accessible price point made them an attractive option for a while, that was bound to run short.

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#7: Interrupted Kaiju Slumber

Kaijus have trended upward a bit in competition the past couple weeks, in part due to the use of Dogoran as a searchable staple in True King Dinosaurs, and partly in other strategies. We've seen Kaijus played to Top Cut finishes in Zoodiacs, Invoked Windwitches, Infernoids, and everything in between since the new format took effect, and that's likely to continue with MACR added to the cardpool.

No mysteries here; it's one of the most splashable, powerful spell cards in the game, and after being one of the bestselling cards of 2016 it's a common sight in 2017 competition so far.

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#6: Lost Wind

Now recognized as one of the most powerful trap cards in competition, Lost Wind surged this week as players braced for Maximum Crisis. Whether that reflects enthusiasm for Lost Wind on the whole or a resurgence of interest in Paleozoic Frogs, is up in the air.

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#5: Instant Fusion

Back in the Top 10 once again, Instant Fusion seems destined to become one of 2017's all-time bestselling cards. It's barely left the Market Watch spotlight since it was reprinted in Fusion Enforcers, and until the seemingly inevitable Forbidding of Elder Entity Norden, it seems as if that situation won't change.

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#4: X-Saber Palomuro

Palomuro's been simmering in the background of competition for a few weeks now, seeing light play – often Side Decked – largely to open up combos for Naturia Beast. It also carries with it a number of hand disruption plays, some of which can loop. If there was a specific reason for it to spike over the weekend, I'm not entirely sure what it was, but let me know down in the comments.

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#3: Evolzar Dolkka

True King Dinosaurs! Hotter than ever!

Evolzar Dolkka! Hotter than ever!

COINCIDENCE? I think not…

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#2: Gem-Knight Lazuli

Brilliant Fusion continues to gain steam as an enabler for Rank 4 strategies, largely Zoodiacs, where it's been played in this format to help overcome the loss of the deck's third Zoodiac Ratpier.

With the arrival of Zoodiac Chakanine a lot of those issues will be alleviated, and the new strategies to power the deck along through its biggest plays – stuff like Brilliant Fusion – get even better as a result. It's sort of surprising to see Lazuli this high in the Top 10, but with cards like Megalosmasher X seeing more play in competition there are more opportunities than usual to put Lazuli to work.

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#1: True King Lithosagym, the Disaster

And of course, the three-of centerpiece of the True King Dinosaur deck once again reigns supreme. At this point, the only thing that can knock True King Lithosagym, the Disaster out of the Top 10 is the release of Maximum Crisis, but I honestly wouldn't be surprised if we saw it keep some position in the Top 10 in next Monday's Market Watch.

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What else sold well over the weekend? Zoodiac Thoroughblade hit Number 11 off the hype for True Draco Zoodiacs, while Ancient Gear Hunting Hound fell all the way to Number 12. Evolzar Laggia plunged to Number 13, and Galaxy Cyclone surged to the Number 14 position – watch out for that card in tournaments this weekend, as we may see a bit more of it moving forward.

Join us on Friday as Maximum Crisis goes legal for tournament competition! Presales may not get any MACR cards into the Top 10 for the week, but it's vaguely possible, and in the meantime we'll see which cards players are picking up last minute in the wake of the Sneak Peeks.

-Jason Grabher-Meyer