Quote from Hidetaka »Looking at the MKM price chart it seems we've reached the bottom on most cards roughly 2 weeks ago, many are already climbing back (this is ignoring Standard legal cards where Gearhulks went up a lot after PT). Sol ring was as low as 60 Euro and now it's back to over 70, scroll rack went from 22 back to 28 etc. If you want to get the most from your Crucible I'd hold on to it for a while, at least until Kaladesh is no longer opened.
Quote from pops »Gideon has the same price. But really, you're probably going to enjoy limited more if you treat it as an experience and try not to worry about whether you "made your money back".
At sealed, you don't want to go for archetypes. Archetypes is largely a draft term. Sealed doesn't let you get redundancy in certain effects and let you make a coherent strategy. Some characteristics might show up, but they won't characterize your deck. You might run get 1 Leaf Gilder and 1 Dynwen's Elite, but you'll play them because they are good cards on their own, not because you've opened "the elf deck".
There's a some amount of consensus that White (maybe red) has the best apparent overall sealed power level. But I don't think anyone thinks any color is so bad it will be a nightmare to play, except maybe those pessimistic about Black. If Green is your favorite color, feel free to pick it and have a ball. There's a balance between picking a preferred strategy and winning at all costs. And Green definitely pairs fine with both white and red, while giving you the flexibility to pick whichever of those colors you open cards for in your 6.
Also, try not to get overly dismayed by green's more subdued limited design philosophy. By design, it never gets all star removal or all star fliers that are easy for set reviewers to point at and get excited about. But it generally turns out fine.