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Offline KapiteinRa

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Selling out of the game
« on: October 16, 2019, 04:44:58 PM »
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Hola,
So I have a large collection of cards from back in the day that I no longer need.
Does anyone know how to list them for sale in a way that is useful for people? I have things from a nationals or two, Some FooF tins, a playtest card, and a lot of staples from the 2007 era of the game. I'm not sure what power creep has done to the game in the last decade, but I'm just trying to offload stuffs.

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Re: Selling out of the game
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2019, 06:30:55 PM »
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Hola,
So I have a large collection of cards from back in the day that I no longer need.
Does anyone know how to list them for sale in a way that is useful for people? I have things from a nationals or two, Some FooF tins, a playtest card, and a lot of staples from the 2007 era of the game. I'm not sure what power creep has done to the game in the last decade, but I'm just trying to offload stuffs.

Power creep has happened, that’s for sure. However, there’s a lot of cards from that era that are still playable and worth something. The best way to sell them would either be to just sell them on eBay as a lot at a greatly reduced price, or check the current prices of all your cards on three lions gaming or your turn games and then come up with an appropriate bulk price based on that. Some that that you should be aware of though is that in the recent sets, they have been repackaging older cards along with the new stuff, so even though a card may be worth a decent price, like 8 bucks for an angel under the oak, that card doesn’t have much selling power on the market.
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