I have the Magic: The Gathering card game, and the online version (somewhere). I think I preferred the card game; the interface for the online game didn't set well with me for some reason.
I can still lay my hands on my old cards. Fun game, but impossible to find anyone to play it anymore, at least for me these days.
Seriously.. I just sold off my rather paltry collection last year for $2700.
I'm helping a friend of mine sell his (granted, substantial) collection for a house downpayment -- and we expect to hit 10% of his house value! So, it may be worth it to hunt those down and check eBay pricing for some of the cards.
I might be able to pull something reasonable for that Beta Icy, though, even though they reprinted them. I don't think I have much that's particularly exceptional, but you never know. (Not like there are any big 10 lurking)
I haven't played this one yet.
Thu Dec 27 2007 03:59:52 PM EST from Magus
athos, they've pumped out *another* one? Is the humor still good?
Too bad you're headed to Denver instead of Ohio.
I've an acquaintence that still runs a magic group out there....
I've definately been focused on work out here. It's currently 10pm Eastern (8pm Central, or whatever the time zone is out here), and I'm feeling tired.
Don't think I'll be playing much by way of games. Unless I get lucky, and manage to fix this problem really soon.
Good luck, fleeb!
Thanks... I may need it.
At least the people are nice. They've been co-operative, interested, and generally good folks. Not raving angry or anything... just want to see if we can resolve this problem. I think I've endured more stress from the trip itself than the customer.
The Marriot here is nice, but I'm wondering about this pay-for-internet thing. Just seems wrong. One day free, but I'm going to have to pay for the other two days? WTF?
As they arced through the air after I threw them at the security drones?
Okay, I guess.
Tradewars 2002 is still alive.