> @Gypsy Yeah, I think that's a card that will go down in value, since it's an uncommon,
> but the retro frame is a good buy. I was really debating about what versions to purchase.
> I ended up with a standard set and an extended art set. I do really like the retro
> frame, but I that would have cost me as much as the other two sets combined. I think
> I'm just going to look for good deals on single cards in the retro frame and retro
> frame (non-etched foils).
> PS: For those that don't know this set has cards available in standard, standard
> foil, retro, retro foil, and retro etched foil. Foils bending like crazy, so many
> avoid all foils. The etched foils don't bend, but some don't like them. They also
> seem to be super common. You can actually buy retro etched foils for about 25% off
> the price of the retro. We're officially in the 90s comic era of Magic cards.
Yeah I personally do not like the etched cards.
I like the retro frame a lot, but I'm not going to do it for things like fetches where the version costs a large amount more.
Prismatic Ending is so good, I knew it would be but I probably still underestimated it. It's such a good clean answer. It's cheap enough that I might just buy more so I don't have to share between decks. Not too worried about that for now though, as I need to finish the decks first. I'm definitely sharing some dual lands between them, so I may just not care that much about it.