Hmm if 100 were sold tonight then there still are 900 left. When those are gone then there will be a new release of them in future months, then some in Saturday night contests until second editions come out.
A deck or two? How about six or 12?
If there's now less than 1,000 decks, set up some limits so you can decrease the number of disappointed customers. This promotion has been a colossal disappointment.
That wouldnt make sense. Shipping is so expensive. Shipping to the UK, for instance, is approx $30 via priority mail. Then I would have to pay $5 a deck and pay $30 shipping?
You have to take into account everyone else, not just the people in the US.
While Andrei is an artist, he is not a theory11 staff member and as such is free to do as he wishes with the deck. This is not an auction officiated or associated with theory11.This situation is getting uglier and uglier. Is anyone else bothered by a Theory 11 artist taking advantage of a company promotion?
In Jikh's defense, he has added a deck of brown Wynns to the lot, so there is additional value. But to put these up for auction, after T11 trumpets how they were sold out in less than 60 seconds, is classless. I'm also basing this on the assumption that other forum users have verified that Jikh is the seller.
I understand these cards are rare. T11 made them, it gets to decide what to do with them. We all knew that there would be a limited release window, and that there would be a high demand on these cards.
But when a member of the company's staff puts a deck of these up for auction to the highest bidder, it makes it look like T11 manufactures its own case of rarity in order to get the most money from each of these decks. And get this: At $15.50, the reserve has not yet been met. It's downright sleazy, and it adds further disappointment to customers who weren't lucky enough to order in less than 60 seconds.
A lot of T11 customers were disappointed last night. Seeing a T11 artist try to get top dollar (if the eBay seller is indeed Jikh) compounds that disappointment and destroys a lot of good feelings customers had about the company.
While Andrei is an artist, he is not a theory11 staff member and as such is free to do as he wishes with the deck. This is not an auction officiated or associated with theory11.