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Draft Picks
« on: November 19, 2014, 10:51:45 AM »
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So I recently watched the movie Game Day about the NFL Draft and I'm not a football fan at all, but was amazed when I learned they even trade their draft picks away got me thinking how would this look like in Redemption. Not sure how it alter the number of cards on the table, but I thought it would be exciting to try out.

So say we were drafting Early Church and the newer more recent tins. Since Early Church is the newest set, everybody wants to get their hands on those cards. Suppose I wasn't impressed by the spoilers so I was willing to trade my 1st round pick (Early Church) away for your 1st & 2nd , 2nd round picks of the tin because I think those cards were OP'ed when released.

One flaw I foresee is the obvious awareness of what's in that pack when you get to make your pick from their pack and if someone can card count or keep track of what's being passed. I personally can't do that.

When I say I get your 1st & 2nd , 2nd round picks, I don't mean that I get your card and you get nothing from that pack either. I mean chronologically I'd pick before you decide (which is advantageous because of more choices). I guess I'd look at both packs 1st and make one choice then let you make your choice from your original pack and if we need to, I can give you a card from my pack if we both ended up making picks from your booster to keep numbers equal. Wow, I almost confused myself  :P

Not sure how this would all work out, but I thought this would be really cool to try out.

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Re: Draft Picks
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2014, 03:48:34 PM »
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That would be cool, but Im' still a little confused. lol

 


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