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Michael Cox
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I bought the starters at Gen Con and a couple of my friends also bought some starters.

Where do we buy more cards? I only see Troll and Toad and they don't have much.

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Potomac distribution has several sets: http://www.potomacdist.com/list.asp?code=1615

There are several sellers on Amazon as well.

I think hill's whole sale (www.wholesalegaming.biz) has some as well, but they are blocked by my work firewall.
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Team Covenant may still have some as well.
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There is a store finder on the website that could perhaps be of help: http://www.thespoils.com/spoils/view.php?pg=iq_stores

Or you can try one of these online sellers:
http://teamcovenant.com/store/the-spoils-tcg.html
http://www.clockmancardvault.com/
http://www.hour11.com/
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Thanks, everyone for the links.

My next question would be WHAT to buy. We have all the SEED pre-cons. I assume anything that says SEED II, SEED III and 2nd edition?

Thanks.

Michael
 
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There is also the new fixed set which is worth a look, some fabulous cards in there.

All of the sets have good cards in them, I will point out however, that Seed 2 does not contain uncommons, only commons and rares (if that matters to you). I would buy a mix of sets OR you can always go to team covenant and get their Beefy injections, they give you mixed cards in the faction you like. Check 'em out.
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The most power-in-your cards per dollar would probably be Seed 2 and 3. If you had the cash, i'd recommend buying a box of Seed, Seed 2, and at least 2 Seed 3 packs. If you had some cash left, i'd buy a box of 2nd edition.
 
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Am I correct in that Seed III, which I understand is a fixed set of cards, contains a single copy of 30 unique cards?

Meaning in order to be able to build every deck possible, one would need to buy four copies of Seed III?

Just curious... whistle
 
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Yes. If you feel the need to use four copies of a certain card, then yes, you'd need four copies or you'd just trade for them somehow.

I am pretty sure most decks, however, don't have four of most cards in them, but then again I am terrible at building decks
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If people are still after places to buy this from...

http://clockmancardvault.com/ - US site selling absolutely everything (including a load of Spoils playmats, some currently discounted) at very reasonable prices, even when including shipping to the UK.

If you're UK based then you may wish to use www.chaoscards.co.uk - Always fantastic service from these guys.
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Daniel Sotelo
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the proper link is www.clockmancardvault.com

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strmtrpr81 wrote:
the proper link is www.clockmancardvault.com


Indeed it is! Amended. Don't know how I managed that.
 
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