I don't get on here very often (unless I'm in the middle of a trade) so I may not see a comment, if so just post again if I haven't answered within a couple days.
I would prefer to keep any trades above $10 and only within the US, with some exceptions of course. Some cards I only have listed for higher priority wants (i'll have a list further down), but i'm willing to trade just about any card I have for the right trade.
This is generally how shipping works with me:
1. If you don't have very many "Successful Trades" I will ask that you ship first, otherwise I will simulsend.
2. If the trade is < $30 I will just ship in a normal envelope. $30+ Will use a padded envelope. $50+ I will add tracking, or if you request for me to add tracking I will, but not if the trade is under $20. If you are not OK with that, let me know and we can work something out. For *any* trades, I put the card(s) in a soft sleeve, then put that in a hard sleeve with the top taped so the cards wont slide out.
I am also willing to overvalue your end if the cards you want from me are likely to lose some value, or if the cards I want from you are likely to gain some value.
High Priority Wants, in no particular order (Will overvalue a little):
I'm collecting foil Wolves and Werewolves (two of each werewolf), and any card that has Wolves/Werewolves on the art, so if you have any, let me know.
Cdawg44 (2013): Agreed on the trade and exchanged addresses on 8/30, two weeks later he sent me message saying he was really busy and had just sent the cards out, I received the cards a week later on 9/20, all cards were in good condition. He has been inactive since 9/12 and I assume he received my end of the trade.
WizardInTheWoods (2014) We both agreed to the trade, but he told me he wouldn't be able to send out for a little while due to family problems. I told him that it was fine, i'll hold onto the cards for him, and to just let me know when he was ready to trade. He's been inactive for 2 weeks (as of 8/23).
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