Quote from FoijerI'd say around a grand for the guru mountain for a "retail" price.
Quote from findogulIt's an instant speed 5/5 trampler for 4. Wtf do you people want seriously? It has applications in populate/ above the curve beats decks, or in Bant control/ flash. I seriously think anyone mad at this card for any reason other than losing an attacker to instant speed wurm, should go home and make their own awesome card game and leave the rest of us alone.
Quote from manaman22Looks more like it was stuck to the card next to it and left a part of itself behind. If that is the case, then it would be a damaged card and subject an appropriate devaluation. Are you certain that it is indeed a misprint and not damage?
Quote from FoijerThey are on the high side of where they generally are on ebay, which is usually where retail locations are on most things. Honestly, I wouldn't say basically anything is super overpriced; items that are miscut but only a bit they barely are charging more then retail on. The only big problem I saw was that they were using the art to determine the card it is, rather then the name of the card (which is legally how it works in magic). One of the "example" miscuts they have in their banner on the main page is the biggest offender, as it is being sold as a High Tide for $150, when it is actually a Dwarven Soldier. As you might imagine, high tide is worth far more then a dwarven soldier. I sent them an e-mail about it; we'll see what happens.
I just want people who redraft to admit this:
"I can't draft objectively unless I am able to guarantee that I receive at least 3 rares. I am also better than most average/new players so I want to make sure that I get the best rares and they end up with worse ones. I care more about the monetary value of cards than actually playing the game for decent prizes."
Quote from bfellowWhat exactly is a "color error?" I don't see anything different with some of those "miscolored" cards. It looks like they just lump all into 1 category and call it color error.
Quote from Blood LightningI got a Crystal Vein that's printed very dark. I noticed some of the "dark visions" were marked up at a premium on scg, so i wonder if the same is true for "dark mirage." Anyone have any insight?
Quote from bfellowRevised/Ice Age miscuts also seem to be extremely common or I keep getting them that way...
Also I have a slightly miscut High Market. Is it even worth calling it "miscut" for trade?
Quote from ness11To me, it honestly looks like they went through their cards, or started having them get checked when receiving them, and pulled out any that were visually different and just set them aside. This works for them since they have so many cards anyways, just keeping 1-2% to the side and charge a premium is probably worth it.
As is true with all misprints and such, it really comes down to finding the right buyer and SCG has the ability to find that buyer. It could be worth a premium, but if it isn't played I think you will have a difficult time finding that buyer yourself.
I haven't seen anyone collecting "dark Mirage" and haven't seen anyone selling it either, so can't help you find out.