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4-28-2011 @ 3:41PM
Chasing that "last" card is probably a logical fallacy that I don't know the name of. If there's an equal chance for each of 8x4=32 cards, there is a 25% chance that you'll get a card from the deck you want to make. Once you have one of those eight cards, the chance goes down because of the potential for duplicates. Even if you're willing to make as many decks as you can and aren't focusing on a single deck, every duplicate has to be traded or AHed. Plus, once you have seven cards from a single deck, you only have a 1/32 chance of getting the actual card you want. Throw in WoW's finicky RNG and you're in for a stressful time if you don't hit up the AH or tradechat.
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