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Subject: Box of AotC Starter Decks-Value??? rss

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Michael Brown
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So I stumbled upon an NIS box of the Attack of the Clones Starter Decks (a display box containing 6 decks and a case featuring a nifty shot of Slave I that stands up over the box). Still in plastic, dusty but in great shape. Brought it home with me post-haste.

I am debating what this thing might be worth and if I should crack this thing open. I don't know anything about this game whatsoever. I wouldn't mind keeping a set for myself (since the box lists the cards as identical in each set) and swapping the others out to anyone who might be interested, but that plastic...

What do you guys think?
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If this is the box - http://www.miniaturemarket.com/swccg-aocsb.html

it doesn't appear to have much value.
 
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MattShinners wrote:
If this is the box - http://www.miniaturemarket.com/swccg-aocsb.html

it doesn't appear to have much value.


Not the right one. This is the Two Player Starter Decks. Looks like these are the theme decks. A little sleuthing shows the Revenge of the Sith Two Player Starters going for $110. That can't be right.
 
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Ah.

Found at least some idea. Thanks,
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http://www.miniaturemarket.com/swccg-aoc2pgb.html

...$18. Well then.
 
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