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MasterJediAdam

Finally, New Sleeves!

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I continue to fail to understand why anyone likes art sleeves or indeed anything beyond clear sleeves for any game. Oh well, more power to you.

Technically for tournament play, if you wish to use any of the promo cards (aurabesh or alternate art cards) you must use opaque sleeves; so why not Star Wars art?

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I continue to fail to understand why anyone likes art sleeves or indeed anything beyond clear sleeves for any game. Oh well, more power to you.

Technically for tournament play, if you wish to use any of the promo cards (aurabesh or alternate art cards) you must use opaque sleeves; so why not Star Wars art?
Someone who does not understand the rationale behind art sleeves is unlikely to to do so for the use of promotional cards (at least in games that lack gameplay-exclusive promos, as all LCGs thankfully do). Edited by MarthWMaster

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I personally use only KMC black super or white pearl for all thousands cards I play.

Still, having such an art on sleeves is good to have. They could host the deck of the tournament I'll never play, or just sit there empty, they are heavily needed to own.

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I just picked up some brown Dragon Shields today for another game, and have 10 to spare.  I don't like the little logo bubble on Ultra Pros.

 

I've been using the Lightsaber art sleeves for all LS objectives and the Force Lightning sleeves for DS objectives.  Command decks have been in the movie poster sleeves or the X-Wing/Star Destroyer sleeves.  Now I have better options.

Edited by Toggle

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