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Author Topic: OOTPU base card collation problems and oddities  (Read 4629 times)
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« Reply #20 on: January 28, 2008, 05:50:22 AM »

In contrast to my post directly above; I opened 1 more box, and did HORRIBLE with the base cards.  I got my 2 main pulls, which I'm cool with.  But I was 2 cards short of completing 1 base set; and the rest of the cards kinda go like this.......

Just a "few" of the oddities.....

Card # / Qty.
92    x10
100  x5
110  x8
115  x6
126  x6
131  x8
152  x9
157  x10
180  x8  .....after seeing my 3rd checklist, I KNEW something was wrong.

Yes, all those repeats (plus a "few" more) from ONE box.  Also of note....unlike my first box, none of the base cards are in very good condition.
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« Reply #21 on: January 28, 2008, 04:43:19 PM »

I have yet to collate or perhaps that should read try and collate my base sets, but I managed to pull 6+ checklist cards out of so of my boxes so the odds don't look too good on being able to get one base set per box let alone two. Angry
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« Reply #22 on: January 29, 2008, 02:44:41 AM »

My case collated well on base cards this time around, but World in 3-D was horrible. When most boxes hold very close to two complete sets with good collation, it makes it tough to find trading partners to fill in the gaps of the rotten ones. At least when there are 2-1/2 sets per box, many folks are going to stop at two and have some leftovers.
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