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Episode 144 - Magic Cookbooks, Arena Slow Play, Bye Bye Paper Magic?

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This week we discuss sometopics that you, the community, have brought up. Magic cookbooks, slow play on Magic Arena and coming up with content. Also go into my recent trip at Chicago and possibly selling out of paper magic?

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I'm thinking of selling off the majority of my paper collection, too.  Like you, thinking about saving a few decks because the collection is just too much stuff.  Feeling a little overwhelmed with it all and I'll never use 95% of this stuff.

I will keep a couple of sets for nostalgia, but the rest will probably be sold off.  Just trying to decide how to sell it off.

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I've been working toward similar goals as well; trading staples I own into decks, then selling extra copies for cash or store credit to fund cube upgrades, other hobbies, and pay ahead on bills. I'm sorting through commons and uncommons in order to distribute those into the community somehow as well. My plan is to donate the cheap, shitty cards to after school programs that teach new players the basics, and trade the more widely playable cards to the regular tournament players at fair rates to help downsize my collection while building theirs.

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23 hours ago, Molimo said:

I've been working toward similar goals as well; trading staples I own into decks, then selling extra copies for cash or store credit to fund cube upgrades, other hobbies, and pay ahead on bills. I'm sorting through commons and uncommons in order to distribute those into the community somehow as well. My plan is to donate the cheap, shitty cards to after school programs that teach new players the basics, and trade the more widely playable cards to the regular tournament players at fair rates to help downsize my collection while building theirs.

My problem is, where do you start with that process?  Are you starting with the more sought after cards or the bulk?

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