This week we saw the market weigh in on the best new cards from product-hover id="240556"). We also saw a huge reaction to the complete set spoiler for product-hover id="246446"!

While reprints like Accesscode Talker and Predaplant Verte Anaconda leading the release, it turns out El Dorado's loaded with a ton of topnotch cards, and over a dozen alternate arts… some of which we've never seen before.

Invocation, Invoked Mechaba, Pot of Extravagance, Chamber Dragonmaid, Scrap Chimera, Eldlich stuff, Numeron stuff, Dinosaurs, PSY-Framegear Gamma and PSY-Framelord Lambda, Altergeists, Charmer Links, Ultimaya Tzolkin, Summon Limit, Trap Trick, the list just goes on and on. Preorders for product-hover id="246446" soared in response, while the price of Accesscode Talker collapsed.

That said, the release is still two weeks away, launching on November 19th. In the mean time we saw some clear winners from product-hover id="240556", as buyers embraced Lyrilusc and competitors bet hard on Baronne De Fleur

#10 Crystal Clear Wing Synchro Dragon

While the Crystal Clear Wing Synchro Dragon (Ghost Rare) is lagging, currently under the $100 mark, the Ultra Rare is actually proving quite popular, coming in at Number 10 for the week. If you want to put it to work yourself, check out Samuel's Episode Deck tomorrow , featuring Yugo's Speedroids.

#9 Lyrilusc - Bird Sanctuary

In a vacuum, or a pure Lyrilusc build, Lyrilusc - Bird Sanctuary a very nice draw card that's searchable with Lyrilusc - Celestine Wagtail. But in a build like the one Anthony showed us last week, it actually enables an awesome FTK. In that deck, you make a Lyrilusc with six Xyz Materials, summon Ghostrick Angel of Mischief via Ghostrick Dullahan, make the Angel a Winged Beast with Reprodocus, and then Lyrilusc - Bird Sanctuary your Lyrilusc onto the Angel for a total of 10 materials and an instant win. Cool stuff.

#8 Hi-Speedroid Cork Shooter

As a Level 3 Tuner Synchro, Hi-Speedroid Cork Shooter fills a unique role as a pitstop on the path to bigger plays. While it's technically generic, its effects make it pretty dependent on Speedroids, and that's where it shines; cash in your small Speedroids for this, search Speedroid Dupligate, and then summon back all of your Synchro Materials so you can just keep going. That kind of consistent access to disruption is almost enough to make Dogmatika blush, and it's a big step for Speedroids as a standalone theme.

#7 Speedroid Wheel

Speaking of Consistency, Speedroid Wheel was a big card this week too, offering the chance to Special Summon multiple Speedroids for one card if you're lucky enough to hit a decent roll. You won't trigger the effects of, say, Speedroid Terrortop, but you will kick off your plays with an easy extender, and if you can hit it big and get two Special Summons out of it, it's pretty huge. This card's not even 75 cents right now, so there was no shortage of players willing to gamble on it.

That's good, because the next card in our countdown is currently the most expensive one in all of Synchro Storm.

#6 Baronne De Fleur

Baronne De Fleur

Yes, as I'm writing this on Friday afternoon, Baronne De Fleur is the priciest pull from Synchro Storm. And since TCGplayer just kicked off another Bonus Bucks promotion, it's probably going to be even more expensive by the end of the night.

Baronne De Fleur a generic Level 10 Synchro with 3000 ATK and a free destruction effect every turn. It also has a one-time negate-and-destroy effect, and if you want to abuse it more than once, you can tag Baronne De Fleur back into your Extra Deck in the Standby Phase, revive a Level 9 or lower monster, and then just Synchro Summon Baronne De Fleur again.

For sheer ease of play, Baronne De Fleur a remarkable one-shot negation body. As a recurring threat it's going to perform differently in different decks. But even at a baseline, it's an incredibly strong card, and the market's clearly weighed it, measured it, and found it worthy. So many people are putting so much money into this card, you should get familiar with it and expect to see it at your tournaments. If you aren't playing it yourself.

#5 Lyrilusc - Beryl Canary

Lyrilusc - Beryl Canary pretty cool, acting as a combo starter if you can get a Lyrilusc into the graveyard early, or just coming down as an extender to provide two bodies later on in your plays. It locks you into Xyz Summons for the rest of the turn, but if you reserve it for late moves in a play sequence anyways, you can play around that. You might not run three copies, but since this card's so cheap as a normal rare, people were picking up playsets anyways.

#4 Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS - Sky Thunder

The single best-selling card from the product-hover id="241346", Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS - Sky Thunder managed to survive the onslaught of Synchro Storm and still finish at Number 4 for the week. With Tri-Brigade Zoo surviving the last F&L List to make a comeback and capture 2nd Place the Remote Duel Invitational this past weekend, demand for Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS - Sky Thunder just isn't slowing down. And with copies slipping below the $12 mark, it just keeps getting more affordable every day.

#3 Lyrilusc - Celestine Wagtail

Lyrilusc - Celestine Wagtail

With a powerful search effect that gets you theme-stamped spells and traps, as well as a simple from-the-graveyard effect that lets it become Xyx Material, Lyrilusc - Celestine Wagtail a simple, flexible, powerful card that really helps Lyriluscs get there. Again, this probably won't be a three-of like the original Lyrilusc - Cobalt Sparrow, Lyrilusc - Sapphire Swallow, or Lyrilusc - Turqoise Warbler, but it's definitely what you want to be searching or summoning with those cards.

That free draw from Lyrilusc - Bird Sanctuary is that much sweeter when you searched the Continuous Spell for free too. Easy search cards are always popular, and Lyrilusc - Celestine Wagtail no exception.

#1 Lyrilusc - Bird Call & Lyrilusc - Ensemblue Robin

Finally, we're ending our countdown on a surprise: two cards tied for total unique purchases, to split the Number 1 spot for the week.

The idea of reinventing old staple cards and making them better for new themes is common these days; it was part of the focus of Kelly's article on cards that power crept Monster Reborn a couple weeks ago. So along those lines, it's pretty clear that Lyrilusc - Bird Call is a largely better card in the tradition of Reinforcement of the Army. It's a standout card in an entire category of amazing search spells, effectively acting as the ultimate hand fixer, getting whatever you need and then putting it where it needs to go. And then Special Summoning something else? For free? This card is so good, and the market was here for it.

It was matched by Lyrilusc - Ensemble Blue Robin, effectively another line of defense if your combo gets disrupted, or another addition to an already-big field. Anthony talked about how Lyrilusc - Ensemblue Robin an easy add-on to the usual end field you'd expect to see from Lyrilusc Tri-Brigade, and alongside cards like Barrier Statue of the Stormwinds and Ancient Warriors Oath - Double Dragon Lords, it's a force to be reckoned with.

The Bonus Bucks promo tonight is causing some big buyouts and huge price swings, so if you were gunning for some specific cards, hopefully you got everything you wanted! There's still several hours left, so good luck in the hunt.