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  • posted a message on Can Anyone Help Me Figure Out which Edition this Card is?
    So someone might have just underlined the name with a sharpie?

    Correct. If you want to post a higher-res scan, someone might have another opinion, but that's where I'm at right now.
    Posted in: Card Authentication
  • posted a message on Can Anyone Help Me Figure Out which Edition this Card is?
    Corners look like Alpha. Underline under Brudi's name looks like damage.
    Posted in: Card Authentication
  • posted a message on [[Official]] Miscut, Misprint, Foreign, Foil &Other Oddities Price Thread.
    Nonfoil, not much. If you've got a foil, it might be a few bucks to the right person, but in general, bulk is gonna be bulk no matter what language.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on [Compiled] Upcoming Promo Information
    Quote from Sliverologist »
    Quote from KnickM »
    Good luck!


    I'm patient. I'd spend $140, maybe more, on each one when/if they do hit the market. How is that luck?

    I mean, they may not hit the market at all. Good luck that they get released someday.

    Also, $140 per seems pretty high, IMO.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on [Compiled] Upcoming Promo Information
    Good luck!
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on Are these revised or unlimited?
    Revised. No bevel, more washed-out colors.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on [[Official]] Miscut, Misprint, Foreign, Foil &Other Oddities Price Thread.
    Quote from morphilou »
    today 99% THE MISCUT ARE FAKE ==> nfc (no factury cut)
    a real miscut have a different back and front

    While yes, the majority of miscuts these days are NFC, old-school miscuts can have the front and back aligned. I have a Vesuvan Doppleganger that I opened from a pack in the mid-90s. It's miscut, and the front matches the back. They can be real, even if the majority of them are not.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on The Commander Price Discussion Thread
    Yeah, what happened here? This used to be a very lively forum that I loved reading...

    When this site was sold, most of the mods packed up and created www.mtgnexus.com .
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on [Compiled] Upcoming Promo Information
    Quote from RSSR »
    Anyone have any idea when the Judge promo Æther Vials hit the market? I’m going to pick up two for a Modern deck I’m brewing.
    It's a Pro Tour promo, and no. Nobody has any idea what the promo schedule is in 2020. It's just such a crazy messed up broken year.
    Posted in: The Rumor Mill
  • posted a message on The Commander Price Discussion Thread
    Quote from Morphling »
    I can't think of a worse possible place to sink that money. I advise people financially for a living. Want my honest advice? If you don't need it to pay rent or buy groceries? Take that money and retire some debt with it (credit card is almost always the best kind--it's outrageously expensive over time) and then *do not run it back up again*. I would advise you in the strongest possible terms not to invest in MtG as a longterm 'investment shelter' of any kind anymore. My two cents.


    QFT.

    That said, when someone talks about "investing" in the game, I always hear that as "I have spare money, and I want to play the game in a way that is most enjoyable to me." If that means splashy foils, great. If that means Revised duals, wonderful. Manage your game portfolio, and acquire cards cheaply so that you can trade for what you want, or so that you can play the deck you want. Always remember that there's the possibility that the game crashes with the rest of the economy. Should I have flipped my duals? Probably. Will I regret not doing so if WOTC goes under tomorrow? Not at all. They're cool, and I enjoy playing with them. Just because WOTC dies doesn't mean that I won't be able to play with my friends.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on 7e FOIL Thorn Elemental - why the jank among gems?
    Quote from Eryops »
    I was watching a video on 7th edition foils, and remembered that I had a pair of foil Thorn Elementals and was curious if they were worth anything. Turns out, they're utter jank and worth ~$0.50 while the next least expensive foiled rare is $5. Is there a reason for this disparity? Was it a promo that there's millions of? That's my only assumption, and I wouldn't waste time asking here, but Google isn't helpful when you put in a MTG card and the word 'price' together in the search bar :/


    It *was* in fact a promo that was given away by the bushel.

    I believe that for 8th Edition it was Elvish Champion. For 9th Edition it was definitely Serra Angel.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on eBay Flash Sale Thread
    Quote from SonofaBith75 »
    eBay has a coupon code of PICKYOURCARD good for 10% off, but ONLY if you use the eBay app. In addition, eBay currently has a 5% eBay bucks promo, and they stack, and the eBay bucks uses 5% back from the original full price, IE, buy something for $100, pay $90, but get $5 in eBay bucks.

    Nice, but I'm done with eBay. They screwed me out of $150 by siding with a zero-feedback buyer rather than my 22-year-old account with perfect feedback. I'm not giving them another penny - ever.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on Please take a moment, i NEED some advice
    Hey there. Jeff Menges is not a particularly rare nor reclusive artist. His signature doesn't carry a huge premium. You're looking at maybe a $5 card (UL Raiders is $0.50).
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on LF Advice on selling my collection
    Sort by mid. Take your top 4 cards (the only ones that reach double digits) and sell them as singles. The rest you want to bundle all together and say "Someone please take this!" Nothing else is worth breaking out.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
  • posted a message on Ancestral Recall with Roller line
    The condition of the back alone makes it HP at best, so the roller line seems less than relevant to me. It's not DMG, because it's clearly sleeve-playable.
    Posted in: Market Street Café
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