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Avacyn Restored prices are up.
So are Avacyn Restored (Foil) prices.
The ebay price of a couple of the big cards is incorrect – this is down to people trying to be tricky with their price plus shipping. We have a fix for this issue in testing now – hopefully deployed tomorrow.
NOTE: Autocomplete for this set, and all foils, is not yet up – we are testing a new chunk of code to handle the foil cards and hope to have it rolled out by tomorrow.
An absurd number of changes have happened at mtgprice.com over the last 6 weeks and almost none of them were clear to the users.
Firstly, I’d like to say yes, we are still here. We’re building something for the long-haul and this site isn’t going away any time soon.
We will post a full update on all the changes on Thursday. In the meantime, I’ll give a quick overview of what changed:
1. We completely rewrote the way we gather card information. The old way simply wasn’t working any more and we wanted to focus on quality above all else. This meant that the card listings were out of date for almost a month. This has now been fixed.
2. Foils have been added! You can see the first day’s worth of foil data up now. We haven’t added the foil prices to the autocomplete yet but that will come in a day or two.
3. Many features have been removed. We’d like to focus further on quality over quantity of features and the ones we rolled out initially were simply too buggy to keep around. We’ll bring them back gradually as they get tested thoroughly.
Now that the essential “back-end” overhaul is finished, we can finally get back to building a great site for you, the users. The next three weeks will see over 100 improvements to the site, including a completely new design. Check back on thursday for more details!
Time to stock up on Huntmaster of the Fells!
Kelly Reid and the folks at QuietSpeculation.com just posted a fresh take on Ramp from ChannelFireball. Primeval Titan already made our “top 5 biggest changes” list today and this deck contains four of them.
If this deck does well, expect titans, and huntmasters to continue to go up in price (check out the volume graphs on Huntmaster – note that ChannelFireball had ZERO in stock at the time of the last scan).
You can find all of QuietSpeculation.com’s coverage here: