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8-30-2010 @ 2:57PM
I used to play the wowtcg with a few buddies. But we all dropped it over time due to cost and time.I live in a large city, but many of the events were often an hour away in some suburb. Getting up hung over at 8am to hit the road to some tournament which would last for hours eventually lost its charm.Also, the "fun" way to play these games is to buy new booster packs, open them up and see what you get. It's also the expensive way to play. The "smart" & cheap way to play is to theorycraft your decks, then buy the cards you need individually.Now, my buddies and myself will still pull out the old decks from time to time, but we're not that active anymore. I do enjoy throwing down a few bucks to play in a "sealed" tournament at an event like PAX just for fun, or maybe even profit (my buddy won about $600 in loot cards last year).WoWTCG is fun, it's addicting... but ultimately time consuming and expensive. WoW is fun, addicting, cheap & easier to "turn off".
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