Wants and Offers


Thank you for taking time to look at my wants list. All helpers will be credited.*


 

Wants by Set

 

Disenchant

7th Edition front cut (from theme deck Armada): Japanese, S-Chinese (US $50 bounty each)

 

Naturalize

Onslaught front cut (from theme deck Devastation): S-Chinese (US $50 bounty)

Magic 2011 front cut (from green M11 30-card sample deck Garruk Wildspeaker  with silver pull tab): Japanese, T-Chinese, S-Chinese (US $50 bounty each)

 


 

Wants by Language

 

Disenchant

 

Japanese

7th Edition front cut (from theme deck Armada) (US $50 bounty)

 

Simplified Chinese

7th Edition front cut (from theme deck Armada) (US $50 bounty)

 

 

Naturalize

 

Japanese

Magic 2011 front cut (from green M11 30-card sample deck Garruk Wildspeaker with silver pull tab) (US $50 bounty)

 

Traditional Chinese

Magic 2011 front cut (from green M11 30-card sample deck Garruk Wildspeaker with silver pull tab) (US $50 bounty)

 

Simplified Chinese

Onslaught front cut (from theme deck Devastation) ($50 US bounty)

Magic 2011 front cut (from green M11 30-card sample deck Garruk Wildspeaker with silver pull tab) (US $50 bounty)

 

 


 

Wanted Artist Proofs

 

You are going to attend a Grand Prix or you are familiar with any artists? Then you might be the right one to help with:

 

Disenchant

4th Edition (Amy Weber): English

Ice Age (Brian Snõddy, artist is sold out): English, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese

5th Edition (Brian Snõddy, artist is sold out)

6th Edition (Brian Snõddy, artist is sold out)

Masters 25 (Heather Hudson)

Masters 25 foil (Heather Hudson)

 

Naturalize

Onslaught (Ron Spears, artist currently doesn't sell Magic stuff)

8th Edition (Tim Hildebrandt †)

Innistrad (Scott Chou)

Magic 2013 (Scott Chou)

Gatecrash (Daniel Ljunggren)

Khans of Tarkir (James Paick)

Khans of Tarkir foil (James Paick)

Dragons of Tarkir (James Paick)

Dragons of Tarkir foil (James Paick)

Duel Decks: Elves vs. Inventors (James Paick)

 

 

Error and test cards are wanted, too. Collection philosophy is the same like in normal cards: one of each kind from each language and set in foil and non-foil, including print variants. Miscut, shifted, crimped, etc. in different directions or positions are considered different versions.

 

 

 

*unless not wanted. Hints that directly make me find a card are considered help, as well as info about products and print variants.