I don't mind the big cards dropping actually, despite having some lots in my collection. Why?
The fact is, the reason these rates cost so much is these "rich players" hoard the cards. Numar's price is insanely high for no good reason, the same argument can be made for Shaakarti
. They're playable sure, but so are Tuck
etc. All these rares, as far as I know, have the same chance of popping up. So why are the prices so high? Again, market control, manipulation by rich players who want to get richer.
This has been a negative blight on UR for quite a while. It takes deep investment into the game to afford cards, and UR should be keeping prices down, not enlargening the gap between the players with large coffers and the players with small coffers.
Just because rares are going down doesn't mean the market is going to crash. It's not the 2008 US debt crisis. Devaluation helps Boostr earn more new players, is good for for players who aren't into collecting all the cards. In fact, it's only bad for those with huge investments on rare non-Crs. Your argument on the Crs does have some merit, but honestly, clintz will still be clintz. With the average value of each pack
increasing, players will be about equal as when rares weren't guaranteed.
I'm in favor of keeping the new packs