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Topic # 147154 10-Jun-2014 21:08
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I dug up my old MTG card boxes and started building decks again - I was in the rut where you only play the few decks you have cause life gets in the way.

I then created a trade/swap account on deckbox.org and found that most of the NZ accounts seem dormant and trading overseas is not really viable for a handful of cards at a time.

If you have Magic the Gathering cards index/catalogued or play/trade/build often please look at my tradelist and see if there is something that you'd like to swap/trade/sell me.

If you don't use Deckbox, what other tools are available online with similar functionality?

http://deckbox.org/sets/564227

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  Reply # 1062903 10-Jun-2014 21:40
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Hi, can't really help on this. But thanks for reminded me these glory years I used to love play Magic and was following the market for trades. All sold now, 10 years ago.



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  Reply # 1062991 10-Jun-2014 21:58
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Zeppe: Hi, can't really help on this. But thanks for reminded me these glory years I used to love play Magic and was following the market for trades. All sold now, 10 years ago.


I still enjoy it and cop a lot of flack for being an 'aged geek'. It's a great game and the collectables are neat.

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