By the way, if you don't play Magic Online, and only play Paper Magic, I'd still look to pick up these cards if you ever see them at super low prices.
This card looked bad to a lot of players. I mean, 5 mana for a counterspell is a lot. However, being able to investigate three times is actually not bad at all. Three Clues is actually pretty good value, and this instant is seeing some play in Standard and even a little bit in Modern. Since you can get copies for as little as 0.009 tix, it's not a bad idea to keep a couple copies around. It may never hit 1 ticket a piece, but I could see this being worth between 0.10 - 0.25 fairly easily if it sees enough play. If not, you can easily sell them back to bots for as much as 0.008 tix. So there's no risk here at all.
This Zombie looked pretty good when it was first spoiled. Unfortuntaely, Forgotten Creation has been fairly forgotten in the early goings of its Standard life. Having Skulk isn't nothing, but the ability to potentially dump your hand for a new one is pretty strong. The fact that it's optional means that this could be an important part of a deck. That deck just hasn't emerged quite yet. If it ever does find one, you can be sure it will be worth far more than 0.01 tix a piece. Not sure what the target price on this should be, but it can't hurt to have a few copies floating around in your collection.
While this Enchantment is not as good as it first looked, Harness the Storm could still serve as a decent engine for a Standard deck during some point in its life. It's probably way too slow to ever be viable in Modern Storm decks. The funny thing is that it seems like a perfect partner for the Storm mechanic, but it doesn't really work from a competitive standpoint. But at only 0.01-0.02 tix per copy, it's hard not to stash a few copies of this away and hope it sees some spike in interest at some point in the next year or so.
This Ooze just seems too good to me to never see play. While Delirium may not be the easiest thing ever to get, a 3 drop that can essentially duplicate itself anytime that it attacks feels really powerful. In some future Standard, Inexorable Blob could somehow be good. It would need the right shell, and Eldritch Moon may make that deck possible. In any case, at 0.01 tix each, you really can't feel terrible if this never goes anywhere at all.
This card is essentially an improved version of a decently expensive uncommon from Fifth Dawn, Steelshaper's Gift. The Gift costs only a single White mana, but only gets an Equipment. Open the Armory can get either an Aura or Equipment, which makes it a lot more versatile. Considering that Steelshaper's Gift is about 1 ticket online ($4 in paper), this card could be worth a little bit eventually. It's probably going to be a lot more expensive in paper in the long run, but you can find this card on bulk bots for as little as 0.005 tix a piece. I got 6 copies for only 0.03 tix. You can't go wrong here.