MTG Case Data is creating Magic the Gathering print quality data logs
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Hello, fellow Magic the Gathering players and collectors.

I have been playing and collecting Magic the Gathering for the past 10 years. A few years ago I started to notice a decline in the quality of the cards I love and enjoy. This problem has only become worse from set to set and I've had enough of it. There is nothing worse than finally pulling the card you've been hoping for only to find the ink is smudged, the card is miscut, or worst of all damaged! And those are only a few of the problems. It used to be that finding an error on a card was rare and in most cases even made it collectible. Today we find something wrong in nearly every pack. They take our money and shove trash in our faces. I know I'm not alone in this frustration.

My goal here is to compile data on the frequency of quality issues of MTG cards from set to set. All data will be available to the MTG community and eventually sent to Hasbro when sufficient information has been obtained. I've been a small voice locally about the issues but Hasbro isn't going to hear me alone. I am currently funding this project on my own and will do the best I can with what I have. If you would like to help then please share this with your friends and family. I may be just one person but together we can accomplish this goal. Its time for us to stop complaining to ourselves and make our voices heard. I believe that when this project is finished and the data is shoved in their faces they will finally address the issues.

I am only taking data from sealed product with intact codes. The codes allow for tracking of packs/boxes and could provide Hasbro with information needed to help fix print issues.
Tiers
Tier 1
$1 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $1 pledge!
Tier 2
$5 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $5 pledge! 
Tier 3
$10 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $10 pledge!   

-Please included me  in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


(Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records) 

Tier 4
$20 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $20 pledge! 

-Please included me in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


 (Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records)  

Tier 5
$50 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $50 pledge! 

-Please included me in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


 (Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records)  

The Legend
$100 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $100 pledge! 

-Please included me in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


 (Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records)  

Goals
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If we reach this $500 per month goal the monthly card raffle for the cards produced from collecting data for this project will be a minimum of a 6 booster box case worth of cards with everything minus the poor quality cards.
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Hello, fellow Magic the Gathering players and collectors.

I have been playing and collecting Magic the Gathering for the past 10 years. A few years ago I started to notice a decline in the quality of the cards I love and enjoy. This problem has only become worse from set to set and I've had enough of it. There is nothing worse than finally pulling the card you've been hoping for only to find the ink is smudged, the card is miscut, or worst of all damaged! And those are only a few of the problems. It used to be that finding an error on a card was rare and in most cases even made it collectible. Today we find something wrong in nearly every pack. They take our money and shove trash in our faces. I know I'm not alone in this frustration.

My goal here is to compile data on the frequency of quality issues of MTG cards from set to set. All data will be available to the MTG community and eventually sent to Hasbro when sufficient information has been obtained. I've been a small voice locally about the issues but Hasbro isn't going to hear me alone. I am currently funding this project on my own and will do the best I can with what I have. If you would like to help then please share this with your friends and family. I may be just one person but together we can accomplish this goal. Its time for us to stop complaining to ourselves and make our voices heard. I believe that when this project is finished and the data is shoved in their faces they will finally address the issues.

I am only taking data from sealed product with intact codes. The codes allow for tracking of packs/boxes and could provide Hasbro with information needed to help fix print issues.

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Tiers
Tier 1
$1 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $1 pledge!
Tier 2
$5 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $5 pledge! 
Tier 3
$10 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $10 pledge!   

-Please included me  in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


(Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records) 

Tier 4
$20 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $20 pledge! 

-Please included me in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


 (Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records)  

Tier 5
$50 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $50 pledge! 

-Please included me in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


 (Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records)  

The Legend
$100 or more per month
-I would like to support this project with a $100 pledge! 

-Please included me in a monthly raffle for the cards opened from collecting this data. 


 (Minimum 1 booster box worth not including poor quality cards which will be kept for records)