Most prized M:TG item

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by notsofasteddie » Fri Dec 24, 2004 6:05 pm

My most prized M:TG items are:

A filler card with a Merry Christmas greeting and a sketch by Dan Frazier and two (2) Unhinged AP's by Heather Hudson each with a sketch of one (1) of my Shih-Tzus.

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by dry cereal » Fri Dec 24, 2004 11:46 pm

did you just get them?
I can't believe I ate the whole thing

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by notsofasteddie » Sat Dec 25, 2004 5:12 am

Yes,

The first was a gift from a dear friend.

The second was from a wonderful lady who was offering me shelter from the storm.

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by MoonSprite » Sat Dec 25, 2004 6:26 am

Hi,
Most definitely have to be the original pencils for Eternal Witness.
They were a surprise gift for 5th wedding anniversary from someone special. :-*

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by normalbrains » Sat Dec 25, 2004 10:36 am

im most partial to my alpha lotus and my magic neon sign.

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by Big Games Supply » Sun Dec 26, 2004 9:39 am

I have an unlimited black lotus signed and doodled on by the artist.  btw, he said in all his 10 years of doing art for woc, noone had ever asked him to draw on their lotus before.

That makes me feel gushey ;D

I also have what would probably be a psa9 ancestral recall, and it would only not be a 10 because of a slight off centering.

yum

Although, I would be willing to trade the recall for other cards I need.  Let me know.

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by snarke » Fri Dec 31, 2004 3:48 am

Most prized items?

Ahem. Proposal, duh.

The original artwork for Twiddle.

Old rule books, 'cause they have my name it it.

Some extra Xerox masters for Arabian Nights playtest cards.

Some of my WotC business cards that say "Lim-Dûl, Necromancer"

A couple of Wizards of the Coast stock certificates. (No, they're not worth anything anymore.)

Lots of old photos, especially of me dressed up like the character from Natural Selection.

Copies of Issue #10 of xXxenophile. I'm in the upper right hand corner. (yes, this IS M:tG related. heh heh.)

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Re: Most prized M:TG item: l0qii's prized ad

Post by snarke » Fri Dec 31, 2004 3:54 am

That's a hilarious Foglio ad.

Once Again, It's Wacky Trivia Time From the Dark Ages of Magic!

The goofy character answering the phone has a name. It is perfectly obvious to me that Phil based his artwork on a guy named T. Brian Wagner, who Phil knew, and was in Customer Service at the time.

[And, as I'm sure all of you already know, the cartoonist's name is pronounced "FOE lee oh." If you see Phil and Kaja at a convention, you'll earn double brownie points if you greet the female as "KIE ah," instead of "Kazh ah".]

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by AXIOS » Fri Dec 31, 2004 4:47 am

from now on, i shall call you the natural selection man  ;D
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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by Lasbrook » Fri Dec 31, 2004 4:59 am

Hmm, I don't really know. It'd either have to be the Guru Plains and Swamp  I own or else the Volrath life counter I got from Ralph. I dont have much in the way of expensive/rare stuff yet.

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by dry cereal » Sat Jan 01, 2005 10:41 pm

the stock sheet is worth money to me.  Do you have any for sale?
I can't believe I ate the whole thing

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by Big Games Supply » Wed Feb 09, 2005 1:25 am

Most prized items?

Ahem. Proposal, duh.

The original artwork for Twiddle.

Old rule books, 'cause they have my name it it.

Some extra Xerox masters for Arabian Nights playtest cards.

Some of my WotC business cards that say "Lim-Dûl, Necromancer"

A couple of Wizards of the Coast stock certificates. (No, they're not worth anything anymore.)

Lots of old photos, especially of me dressed up like the character from Natural Selection.

Copies of Issue #10 of xXxenophile. I'm in the upper right hand corner. (yes, this IS M:tG related. heh heh.)
What is your name, anyways?

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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by AXIOS » Wed Feb 09, 2005 2:53 am


What is your name, anyways?
snarke?
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Re: Most prized M:TG item

Post by Big Games Supply » Wed Feb 09, 2005 8:34 am


snarke?
No, see, he said that his name is on some of the rule books.  I was just trying to see which celebrity we have here.

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