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7-26-2010 @ 6:48PM
It's true that he individual cards cards sell poorly, and sometimes only if deeply discounted below the cost of materials. It's a crapshoot that you'll have the exact card the other player needs, and marking up the price is difficult against buyers who can always decide to just keep making more more cards themselves.The trinkets, on the other hand, sell quite well. I usually turn in between 20 and 35 decks every Faire, and they're all sold by the time the next Faire returns. Granted, it does takes a fairly large number of cards to overcome the initial RNG chaos and start producing decks in reliable numbers, but the profits will come eventually. (Insane in the Membrane grinders will also pay handsomely for the privilege of turning them in for the reputation.)
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