Quote from Ryperior74 »
But the gods are practicually auto include level for edh decks depending on the theme
And outside this forum I see people more positive for the constellation art than negative believe it or not
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You're not a business major, I take it.
Quote from JaceBluesMaster »
If you offer people unlimited time to purchase a premium product, they are less likely to actually purchase the item because they will put off actually spending the money indefinitely.
If you put a time limit on the sale of the premium item, sales spike because people are forced to "buy now or never have the chance to buy it again". Loads of companies use this marketing gimmick. Funko sells con-exclusive Pops. Games Workshop makes limited edition versions of their newest rule books. Forge World (and GW) come out with sales of out of production models that will be made to order but only available for purchase over the course of a single weekend.
Quote from Tiro of Meletis »So what should wotc do with secret lair? Make them a FTV series that scalps everyone and can be either over or under printed? Only to benefit parasitic “investors”?
Quote from zyrook »To echo Patch, this doesn't really affect stores as much as some people seem to think. I work at a relatively small store. If we're being honest, of the stores in my area, the one I work at would be the first to feel it if the game started to go under. We bought the first flight of Secret Lair Drops, flipped most of the ones we bought for twice what we paid within the first two weeks, have one left as prize support for our Commander League, and are now just sitting on the snow lands and goblins.
We at the shop have plenty to complain about MTG wise, but stuff like Secret Lair isn't even on our radar.
Quote from ilovesaprolings »Lol, wizards just discovered how to print money, didn't they?
Quote from SavannahLion »Not looking through the archives, my guess is about once a year? About the same on other forums as well by my reckoning.
Sadly, people still do it despite all the advice and warnings. The saddest was when a kid brought his laminated and "perfectly trimmed" cards to his teacher wondering how much he could get for them.
Total value... $0.