Monthly Archives: February 2016

Why Disruption Type Releases Need More Love

If you have been following along with SWCT over the last few days, you have probably gotten caught up with disruption as much as I have. Not only do the cards look seriously awesome, but the way the cards are … Continue reading

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Nightbrothers Returns – A Commentary

I remember when Nightbrothers hit during last year’s launch of the SWCT app. It sold out so fast that there were two days where I got to open zero packs before it sold out and one day when I got … Continue reading

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Building a Winning Base Variant in SWCT

You are either on board with all the variants that are sure to come out, or you are not. I dont see many fence sitters these days, and there sure are a lot of vocal people who seem to think … Continue reading

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Looking at My Favorite Cards and Sets of 2015 Huddle

This was a banner year for Huddle. NFL licensed for the first time, we really got to see the team stretch their legs. Not only did they incorporate some great sets from the physical side, but they created some of … Continue reading

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How Do Topps Physical Licenses Fit Into Digital

We all want to know what the next app is going to be. Similarly, we do have a bit of a road map as to some considerations, if not only because the digital licenses have followed the physical licenses so … Continue reading

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Desperate Needs: Trophy Card Display Case

Lets travel back to 2013. Back to a simpler time when inserts were all in the same pack, and contests didnt exist. To trade, you had to pull up someone’s user profile, click on their sheet, and offer a trade. … Continue reading

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Why Bunt Prospect Cards Are a BIG Deal

Yesterday, Bunt released a new series of card that I found to be one of the more intriguing releases of the offseason. Not because they look cool (which they do), or because they feature interesting players (which they also do). … Continue reading

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