But for the most part, the Archdruid is a role player in Elf decks like Ezuri, Renegade Leader, Freyalise, Llanowar's Fury, and Rhys the Redeemed. They run enough Druids that the draw a card ability on the Archdruid is enough reason to run him. The Archdruid is also part of the win condition for the ultimate Druid Tribal Commander, Seton, Krosan Protector. The ability to steal all those lands is just a bonus in an Elf deck. With a dedicated Druid build, this creature becomes very un-fun to play against very quickly.
The interesting thing about this card is that its sell price seems to hover between $3 and $4 depending on who you ask. It's a card with only one printing, Morningtide, but since most people are only picking up a copy at a time, the price has never really taken off. But recently, buylists have jumped from $2 to $2.50 and even $3.50. It's really just a case of supply finally running low on this card.
This card is definitely a strong pick-up right now. It's hard to say where this card's price goes. But as it hasn't been above $4 for years, Gilt-Leaf Archdruid is definitely due for some price growth. Definitely watch the buylist prices on this card, as soon there may be some chances to buy these at arbitrage prices (as in buy them from one vendor and sell them to another for a profit).