Gaming Forums > Nintendo Gaming

The Animal Crossing Amiibo Trading Card Trading Post

<< < (3/63) > >>

You guys already have all your cards in hand but almost all of the cards I'm buying I'm having shipped to me, so bear with me while the postal service winds its way to my house.

--- Quote from: Khushrenada on September 27, 2015, 01:57:47 AM ---I think you mean Bunnie (#87), aka Sidney Crosby. Well, since I have 2 extra of that character, I'd say you don't need to worry about missing out on that card.

--- End quote ---

Haha, you're right. Thanks for the correction Khush! Wiiiiiii success!

Dude, get your list in order if you want to trade. :D

--- Quote from: Khushrenada on September 27, 2015, 01:43:47 AM ---86. Cole

--- End quote ---
I assume that 86 is supposed to be 96.  96 is Cole, 86 is Chief. :D

You have 9 cards I need, I have 13 cards you need.  Looks like I have the upperhand. :D

From your list, I have these that you need.
3   DJ KK
14   Luna
27   Lopez
34   Kiki
36   Alli
48   Sterling
59   Nate
65   Midge
68   Clyde
78   Roscoe
92   Henry
93   Bertha
97   Willow

And you have these that I need
6   Resetti
24   Kyle
35   Deli
37   Kabuki
54   Deena
62   T-Bone
76   Jeremiah
87   Bunnie
94   Cyrano

You may have the upper hand right now but, if Kairon ever decides to get his house in order and participate, that balance of power could change. For now, consider the 9 that you could use from me as yours. In order to acquire all the cards, I imagine we may have to rely on other places of trade either locally or on other sites unless we suddenly get a strong influx of other participants. But by knowing what we can get from each other first, it will make easier to know what we can already acquire and what we can trade.

And yes, 86 is supposed to be 96 Cole.

For what it's worth, I in talks with a friend to host a trading card day with ny local StreetPass group, so I might be able to finish my set and maybe get a few  extras to help you two out.

For what it's worth, here's how I generally trade cards and it works out fairly well.

If both parties want a specific card, it's a 1:1 even trade.
If one party wants a specific card and the other doesn't need anything/anymore, then it's 2 random (like) cards for the one specific.  The only qualifier for the "like" cards would be special for special in this case.

2-for-1 trades give the other person more wiggle room for completing his/her own set in exchange for what odds say is probably a slightly more desirable card (since someone needs it, after all).  Since we're all friends here, I'm not stuck hard to the 2:1 rule.  Also, generally, after I complete my personal set, I go back to 1:1 trades, or just sell my extras for cash.

Yeah, that was sort of the thinking I had as well for how to work trades so I'm absolutely on board with that.


[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

[*] Previous page

Go to full version