I'd post this in trade, but it'd probably be denied as im not actually trading anything.
I know that pfulling is listed as "not allowed." However, the reason behind that is truly no longer valid. It tells you the xp of the card you're buying, so the "scam" is no longer a "scam." However, I'm not here to debate that. I'm here to ask if it would be appropriate to post an auction listed as a set of pfulls, say, 100 timber with
I think the new guild system creates more market simply by making guilding so much more important and makes people view guilds more - so that will create competitivity on the guild scene. As there are great competition in the average level category, especially in being in the first page / top 10 - that means more markets to pfulls when guilds rush their position by this mean.
I think such competition is also good for economy, since they ultimately make cards circulate on the market. Clintz come from releasign the old collections/CR's creating supply that keeps the inflation in bay - as does the cards that are sold after they have done their part.
And that rule about pfulls is now obsolete, because you can validate cards on secure transactions pfulls are no longer a scammable item of trade if buyer pays any attention. I think market forum should have ONE thread about pfulls where pfullers offer their batches. That wouldnt clutter up the market forum (I like it the way it is.)