Hello! My name is Jordan, I'm a 22 year old from Pennslyvania.I'm also a giant Avenged Sevenfold fan :) I've been playing Magic the Gathering since Time Spiral. My first rare that I ever pulled was Living End, and ever since then I have never played a deck that hasn't had black in it. Which now isn't true because I am building Naya Burn for Modern. I know I am new to the Tappedout trading community, but I do have strict guidlines on how to trade/sell as I am an active seller on TCGPlayer. I don't really have that big of a collection, because I buy what I need and I sell what I don't need most of the time. I am a really nice person, so I am very easy to talk to. So please, if you have any questions don't hesistate to ask me :)
Note: I tend not to trade modern staples unless for other modern staples. I don't play standard, but I do open a lot of boosters so I may have a lot of stuff from newer sets.
NOTE: I only use prices coming directly from TCGPlayers website, as Tappedout's TCGPlayer price icon doesn't update frequently. I use TCGPlayer as it is the most accurate way to find the current market value on a card.
Some of this is just inventory, so if I decline an offer, please don't take it the wrong way. Fetches, Shocks are near impossible to get off of me, unless it involves a trade getting another fetch or shock in return.
I vouch for everyone I've traded with on here. All completed trades have gone smoothly.
Cards are also for sale, if you're interested in something please let me know. Even if you don't have any of my wants, I'll always take a look at binders :)
Right now, I am playing Burn in Modern. I've been playing Burn since Dragons of Tarkir came out. Just find it to be super consistent, and absolutely love it. The only deck I've ever foiled out.
Projects: Grixis Death's Shadow, and Affinity.
Previous decks (Or Decks I own): Living End (Retired), Abzan Company, R/G Eldrazi Ramp, Mono Black Devotion, Merfolk, Mardu Vehicles, Burn (Current deck)
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