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2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #49

I was lucky enough to hit two specials in about 100 draws... Oil of Deadly Venom and Boots of the Marauder... I do feel I wasted my luck on these two :)

Personally I'd like to see a higher percentage of specials, say 1% really good specials and 2% lesser specials (like what I drew, older rares, etc).
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2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #50

Kirk Bauer wrote: I was lucky enough to hit two specials in about 100 draws... Oil of Deadly Venom and Boots of the Marauder... I do feel I wasted my luck on these two :)

Personally I'd like to see a higher percentage of specials, say 1% really good specials and 2% lesser specials (like what I drew, older rares, etc).

that was the treasure map box a few years ago, that had older stuff

It would be bad for a new player to pull something from 2011 out of the treasure box that was for underwater stuff
so yea older items in the treasure box are not good

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2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #51

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote: I was lucky enough to hit two specials in about 100 draws... Oil of Deadly Venom and Boots of the Marauder... I do feel I wasted my luck on these two :)

Personally I'd like to see a higher percentage of specials, say 1% really good specials and 2% lesser specials (like what I drew, older rares, etc).

that was the treasure map box a few years ago, that had older stuff

It would be bad for a new player to pull something from 2011 out of the treasure box that was for underwater stuff
so yea older items in the treasure box are not good


I'd be fine with older tokens in the treasure boxes, I think it would be neat for players to be able to pull tokens from past years. And when you think about it, for a lot of people pulling tokens designed specifically for that year's Dungeons isn't of much help since they have already finished their Dungeon. I wonder what percentage of players run more than one Dungeon per year.

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2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #52

Mike Steele wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote: I was lucky enough to hit two specials in about 100 draws... Oil of Deadly Venom and Boots of the Marauder... I do feel I wasted my luck on these two :)

Personally I'd like to see a higher percentage of specials, say 1% really good specials and 2% lesser specials (like what I drew, older rares, etc).

that was the treasure map box a few years ago, that had older stuff

It would be bad for a new player to pull something from 2011 out of the treasure box that was for underwater stuff
so yea older items in the treasure box are not good


I'd be fine with older tokens in the treasure boxes, I think it would be neat for players to be able to pull tokens from past years. And when you think about it, for a lot of people pulling tokens designed specifically for that year's Dungeons isn't of much help since they have already finished their Dungeon. I wonder what percentage of players run more than one Dungeon per year.


Its all fun and games until someone gets a Ring of the Deep :P
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2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #53

Harlax wrote:

Mike Steele wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote: I was lucky enough to hit two specials in about 100 draws... Oil of Deadly Venom and Boots of the Marauder... I do feel I wasted my luck on these two :)

Personally I'd like to see a higher percentage of specials, say 1% really good specials and 2% lesser specials (like what I drew, older rares, etc).

that was the treasure map box a few years ago, that had older stuff

It would be bad for a new player to pull something from 2011 out of the treasure box that was for underwater stuff
so yea older items in the treasure box are not good


I'd be fine with older tokens in the treasure boxes, I think it would be neat for players to be able to pull tokens from past years. And when you think about it, for a lot of people pulling tokens designed specifically for that year's Dungeons isn't of much help since they have already finished their Dungeon. I wonder what percentage of players run more than one Dungeon per year.


Its all fun and games until someone gets a Ring of the Deep :P


I'm actually holding onto a set of 10 Rings of the Deep, in case we have another Underwater adventure and it's not reprinted. And worst case it is about 25% of a Philosopher's Stone. :)

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2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #54

Fair point. For me treasure is now about trophies and things to mulch into trade goods.

For new players, they may be hoping for more useful gear.
D&D teaches all the important lessons in life - the low blow, the cheap shot, the back stab, the double cross. - Jerry Marsischky

Let them trap us. We have our swords. - Elric of Melnibone.

You try to get them to play the game, but all they want to do is play the rules. - Ardak Kumerian

I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory. I love only that which they defend - Faramir

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2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #55

Today's update:
  • Now buying at: $3.43
  • Now selling at: $3.96

Recent Transactions:
  • Volume: 0 tokens
  • Min price paid: --
  • Max price paid: --
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Buy price:$2.98$0.45$3.43
Sell price:$4.38-$0.42$3.96

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Re: 2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #56

Today's update:
  • Now buying at: $3.77
  • Now selling at: $3.99

Recent Transactions:
  • Volume: 0 tokens
  • Min price paid: --
  • Max price paid: --
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Buy price:$3.43$0.34$3.77
Sell price:$3.96$0.03$3.99

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Re: 2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #57

Mike Steele wrote:

lazlo_hollyfeld1985 wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote: I was lucky enough to hit two specials in about 100 draws... Oil of Deadly Venom and Boots of the Marauder... I do feel I wasted my luck on these two :)

Personally I'd like to see a higher percentage of specials, say 1% really good specials and 2% lesser specials (like what I drew, older rares, etc).

that was the treasure map box a few years ago, that had older stuff

It would be bad for a new player to pull something from 2011 out of the treasure box that was for underwater stuff
so yea older items in the treasure box are not good


I'd be fine with older tokens in the treasure boxes, I think it would be neat for players to be able to pull tokens from past years. And when you think about it, for a lot of people pulling tokens designed specifically for that year's Dungeons isn't of much help since they have already finished their Dungeon. I wonder what percentage of players run more than one Dungeon per year.


Prior to committing hardcore last year my whole crew aimed to run all available story modules 1 time each year. Most of my crew still does this.

So 2 runs per year for 4 people was my previous mark

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Re: 2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #58

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Mike Steele wrote:

Harlax wrote:
Its all fun and games until someone gets a Ring of the Deep :P


I'm actually holding onto a set of 10 Rings of the Deep, in case we have another Underwater adventure and it's not reprinted. And worst case it is about 25% of a Philosopher's Stone. :)


I remember selling a whole stack of those to Troll and Toad that year, at something like $40 a pop. I was laughing all the way to the bank..
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Re: 2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #59

Raywind wrote:

Mike Steele wrote:

Harlax wrote:
Its all fun and games until someone gets a Ring of the Deep :P


I'm actually holding onto a set of 10 Rings of the Deep, in case we have another Underwater adventure and it's not reprinted. And worst case it is about 25% of a Philosopher's Stone. :)


I remember selling a whole stack of those to Troll and Toad that year, at something like $40 a pop. I was laughing all the way to the bank..


Comments like that make me a happy camper. I need to check troll and toad at the con eh?

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Re: 2015 Treasure Chip Market 9 years 7 months ago #60

Matthew Hayward wrote: Today's update:

  • Now buying at: $3.43
  • Now selling at: $3.96

Recent Transactions:
  • Volume: 0 tokens
  • Min price paid: --
  • Max price paid: --
OpenChangeFinal
Buy price:$2.98$0.45$3.43
Sell price:$4.38-$0.42$3.96


If the buy hits $4 ea. I will sell some

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