Very odd to have 3 different people offering essentially the same crap trade.
What you say?
Ok, back to the spice mines for a few hours...
The new office is actually right up the hall from the old office, but wow! what a difference. For those not in San Fran, 28 2nd Street is PRIMO real estate, and the new office overlooks the street.
Had the pleasure of meeting Rogie, in the flesh, and had a nice chat about Butte (heh), pasties, Berkeley Pit, St Patricks Day and other oddities of that part of Montana.
I won't say anyone spilled the beans on what's coming, but I will say what I didn't hear from anyone (especially Todd) sounded completely awesome. But then, we already know that, right?
I did, however, mention that I'd love to see crossover art from sites like Gunnerkrigg Court. (You know about Gunnerkrigg Court, right? 1200 pages of awesome: http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/ Read from the start!)
* Having every common card issued, maybe outside of super special issues which people could not reasonably acquire ("you had to be there" type cards)
* Having all commons including all special issues.
* Likewise, having all the green, blue, purple, ER etc cards for all sets.
* Set completion: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21,... sets completed.
* Completed trades: 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, etc.
* Number of chase and/or variant cards.
Would put a whole new light on Wall of Shame, to be sure.
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