|Mika Hawkins Sales & eCommerce Assistant|
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FWIW @Demlin: My initial impression was that the cards were great and all in good order. I just went back into my box because of your observations.
I went through every card and didn't find any off-center nor any sticking together. I wasn't planning to sleeve mine until actually using them (preferring instead to store them in a DACCKIT folder - which your comment reminded me to do, thx :-) ).
So I randomly pulled a few to slide into some Dragon Shield Classic Clear sleeves. Again, I didn't find any of my cards sticking together nor did I have trouble sleeving them.
Of course, I could be an outlier, but as far as I can tell, my cards are in good order with no problems of note.
Very disappointed with the quality. The cards use cardboard and not cardstock, which means they will crease super easily. Have to sleeve if you want any hope of shuffling safely. Some cards were stuck together (from the cutting process I imagine) but wasn't terribly difficult to separate. Most of them are misaligned, but thankfully not cut off. A number of them have indentations from I'm assuming the packing process (on the card backs). Due to the cardboard nature of how they are cut a number of them have frayed edges on the rules side of the cards.
I like the handy reference the cards give, and the sample seeds that the books are sorely lacking, but the card quality itself is a huge disappointment, especially when some of their other card products are much better produced.
1.5 out of 5
=but the card quality itself is a huge disappointment, especially when some of their other card products are much better produced.
Except for the cardstock/cardboard issue which isn't anything customer service can change, those other issues sound like production errors. Send an email to email@example.com describing those issues and they might be able to exchange your poor deck with one that doesn't have those flaws.