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Subject: How do boosters work? rss

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Jan Big
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Hey,

My copy is arriving on Wendensday and I could not be more excited for this. One of the main draws when reading about the game, was the ability to open booster packs in a self contained card game! So, how does that actually work? Are there baggies with printed graphics that you prepare beforehand? Or is there some other solution?

If it isnt through a baggie or something you literally open, are there any sellers of custom solitions that you've stumbled upon that bring that experience to the game?

Thank you!
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Nathaniel Chambers
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If I understand what you are asking, then every card in the game is a 'booster'. Each card in the game represents one 'pack' (it's the one 'good' card in the pack). Meanwhile, there are cards you can get that are 'decks', which represent as a whole your overall deck strategy and cards that aren't as awesome in your deck that you used to fill it out.
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Felipe Bulhões
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man, you are in for some disappointment. The game is great though.

All the cards backs have a different booster represented. All the cards in the market are face down showing the booster art. When you buy the booster/card, you just reveal the card and add it to your collection.
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Chris Holm
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You'll see Wednesday

Each card is a virtual booster. The back of a card is what the booster would look like, and the front of the card is the rare from that booster.

With the cards face-down, they all look like boosters==>


and when the cards are face-up, they look like individual rares==>


Booster cards from the same expansion, a lot of folks store those grouped by expansion, but there's no in-the-box boxes for each expansion, if that's what you mean.

Fantastic game -- I hope you enjoy it!
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