Wizards of the Coast updated its Magic: The Gathering Banned and Restricted Lists on September 28 by banning Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath in Standard.

The shuffle continues for WotC as they once again need to ban a card in the Standard only a few days after the release of a new set (see "Wizards of the Coast Bans More Standard Cards for 'Magic: The Gathering'"). This time WotC took aim at a fairly expensive Standard card, Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath. Regular versions Uro were clocking in at about $33 to $35 (on TCGplayer) as of the publication of this article, which is the highest priced card for a non-showcase or foil single mythic rare in Standard.

While it is unclear how much this banning will affect this card's value, this banning has potential to open up new decks and positively impact singles sales as players race to build them. Uro was a significant part of the metagame for the Standard format, and players will need to find ways of filling the power vacuum after this card's exit.

Wizards of the Coast launched Zendikar Rising on September 25 scheduled to arrive in two waves (see "'Magic: The Gathering' Release Calendar for 2020/2021").