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3-15-2008 @ 12:29PM
I'll be honest. I have a lot of WoW TCG, but I gave up collecting after March of the Legion. They're bringing out too many sets, and too quickly. It's nigh on impossible to keep track of the latest tournament strategies, or have enough time or money to collect and build solid decks before the next expansion comes along and wipes out everything you just did. They're drowning in good ideas, and that's their problem, I think they release way too many new concepts, way too fast, and players just can't keep up.
3-15-2008 @ 10:45PM
Does anyone even play the game? I thought it was just a money sink for people who desperately need "shiny" toys.
3-15-2008 @ 11:43PM
It's got one of the most active tournament setups in the TCG scene, after Magic and Yu-Gi-Oh. The loot cards are irrelevant. If you wanted em, you could buy on Ebay and not nuke a ton of money on buying boosters on the off chance.It's also an awesome game to play with friends, especially the raid decks. Check out a video me and the guys did a while ago. Couple of crates of beer later, suddenly things become a hell of a lot more interesting. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCAeUlmqg7w
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