So when I first started playing magic Tempest was the only set I was able to find/purchase other than some ice age product (was on an air force base in Turkey at the time) and I remember always wanting to buy the tempest packs with a certain artwork on the front because they always seemed to have slivers. After getting back into magic over the past year, I decided to start acquiring as many slivers as I could.
My current goal is to acquire all of the cards for the pre-constructed sliver decks that have been released. Buying them as complete decks/unopened products is prohibitively expensive for me and I am not trying to get near mint of all of the copies...for some of the expensive cards I'm even OK with damaged/heavily played. I have completed the premium deck series slivers deck which was easy because they were all foil and have the symbol for that deck.
Can anyone help me out with the following questions?
1. How many preconstructed slivers decks have been released. So far I have found lists for the following, tempest sliver precon, legion sliver shivers, and time spiral sliver evolution. So including the premium deck, 4 in total, am I missing any?
2. How can I find out exactly what version of each card, down to the lands, was used in each deck? Some lists default to some random set for swamps for instance when hovering over the card name on the list. I could obviously look for a product opening video but was curious if there was another tool available.
3. For supplemental items like strategy inserts, original deck boxes, d20, etc, is there a good place to go for those sorts of items? Ebay seems to be the go to for packaging and inserts/rule books etc. But curious if there is somewhere I can filter for those sorts of items.
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Thanks for the response and links, but unfortunately both seems to be showing incorrect versions for some of the cards when hovering. I know this is fairly particular but I actually want to match the exact type and number of each land down to the same artwork...as if I just bought it pack fresh and opened the deck. I think the easiest way to do that will be to watch someone opening one on video.