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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #25

Picc wrote:

Matthew Hayward wrote:

Picc wrote: more 1st teeth being created by coins


What are you referring to with this statement?

If you are talking about Mithral Count of Fate, no appreciable number of 1st Tooths would have been created by that method - there has never been a time when a 1st tooth has been worth considerably more than a Horn of Plenty, so there would be no reason to use a MCoF on that.

If anyone wants to trade me a Mithral Coin of Fate for a tooth of some kind, let me know...


I know from first hand account that at least a two coins were turned in for 1st teeth towards the end the transmute period (I assume there were probably others) when they were not available from any other source. I know that at least one individual also turned in a coin for a second tooth. I'll let those people decide if they want to say anything beyond that. Other then those two individuals I have no knowledge of the number of coins turned in or what they were used for.


Picc, you probably mean Mithral Coins were turned in for Rod Segments, not Teeth, correct? I did hear of a number of Mithral Coins being turned in for Rod Segments 1 and 2, in addition to Horns of Plenty.

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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #26

Picc wrote:

Matthew Hayward wrote:

Picc wrote: more 1st teeth being created by coins


What are you referring to with this statement?

If you are talking about Mithral Count of Fate, no appreciable number of 1st Tooths would have been created by that method - there has never been a time when a 1st tooth has been worth considerably more than a Horn of Plenty, so there would be no reason to use a MCoF on that.

If anyone wants to trade me a Mithral Coin of Fate for a tooth of some kind, let me know...


I know from first hand account that at least a two coins were turned in for 1st teeth towards the end the transmute period (I assume there were probably others) when they were not available from any other source. I know that at least one individual also turned in a coin for a second tooth. I'll let those people decide if they want to say anything beyond that. Other then those two individuals I have no knowledge of the number of coins turned in or what they were used for.


Rod segment, not teeth?

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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #27

I think that a reason for the teeth being less and less is that the whole tooth combined is looking to be the most underwhelming combination yet. The rod has a huge bang for the buck, but the individual teeth are meh and the whole combined thing is, other than the class, pretty meh too. I just don't think people want them as much as some of the first combo items.
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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #28

archmage78 wrote: I think that a reason for the teeth being less and less is that the whole tooth combined is looking to be the most underwhelming combination yet. The rod has a huge bang for the buck, but the individual teeth are meh and the whole combined thing is, other than the class, pretty meh too. I just don't think people want them as much as some of the first combo items.


The teeth have been "meh" since day 1.
Requiring a slotted token to even activate the teeth was a bad idea in my opinion. Especially given how many of those activator tokens were Ultra Rare, and paid far too heavily in itemization points for the activation ability.

I sincerely hope the next 7year token goes have to having a unique and useful effect on their own while being slotless. The Rod Segments were good on their own and great as a combined token. The Psychic powers... less so.
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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #29

Have to agree that the rod was a much better 7 year transmute than the teeth.

What are everyone's primary reasons for having a full set? Here's mine.
1. Access to 2022 event.
2. Slotless item that increases eldritch set bonus. Offset by having to give up hp from individual teeth.

I think after 2022 the value of the hard to get teeth will drop.

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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #30

Dave wrote: Have to agree that the rod was a much better 7 year transmute than the teeth.

What are everyone's primary reasons for having a full set? Here's mine.
1. Access to 2022 event.
2. Slotless item that increases eldritch set bonus. Offset by having to give up hp from individual teeth.

I think after 2022 the value of the hard to get teeth will drop.


I'd reverse the order of one and two, but then my group isn't getting a HP bonus from individual teeth. Plus, even though I find the psychic powers somewhat underwhelming, it is nice that it also gives access to a sub class once a year.

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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #31

Mike Steele wrote:

Dave wrote: Have to agree that the rod was a much better 7 year transmute than the teeth.

What are everyone's primary reasons for having a full set? Here's mine.
1. Access to 2022 event.
2. Slotless item that increases eldritch set bonus. Offset by having to give up hp from individual teeth.

I think after 2022 the value of the hard to get teeth will drop.


I'd reverse the order of one and two, but then my group isn't getting a HP bonus from individual teeth. Plus, even though I find the psychic powers somewhat underwhelming, it is nice that it also gives access to a sub class once a year.


The problem for me is that I typically play a wizard class and will need a lot of hp if I want to use the relic/legendary abilities. Thus, I plan to keep individual teeth for use with those builds. Although, I've decided that the current value of the 2nd tooth is worth more than 1 hp, so I do plan to sell that one as long as the value holds and keep the other six to use with the semi-lich. Since I had two sets, I will transmute 1 so I can attend the event and have the skull to use with other builds. Unless the sub-classes are tweaked when the cards are redone, I really don't even bother with those anymore. I tried them and generally like the regular classes more, so that part has no value to me. But I understand that many others feel differently, and that's fine.

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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #32

As a cleric looking in from the outside (I don’t have teeth 1-3), the draw to the skull is +2 Healing from adding another item in the eldrich set, and to a lesser extent the option to play Templar.

I have no great interest in the event, so if someone is interested in selling a skull without the event code, hit me up.

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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #33

Dave wrote:

Mike Steele wrote:

Dave wrote: Have to agree that the rod was a much better 7 year transmute than the teeth.

What are everyone's primary reasons for having a full set? Here's mine.
1. Access to 2022 event.
2. Slotless item that increases eldritch set bonus. Offset by having to give up hp from individual teeth.

I think after 2022 the value of the hard to get teeth will drop.


I'd reverse the order of one and two, but then my group isn't getting a HP bonus from individual teeth. Plus, even though I find the psychic powers somewhat underwhelming, it is nice that it also gives access to a sub class once a year.


The problem for me is that I typically play a wizard class and will need a lot of hp if I want to use the relic/legendary abilities. Thus, I plan to keep individual teeth for use with those builds. Although, I've decided that the current value of the 2nd tooth is worth more than 1 hp, so I do plan to sell that one as long as the value holds and keep the other six to use with the semi-lich. Since I had two sets, I will transmute 1 so I can attend the event and have the skull to use with other builds. Unless the sub-classes are tweaked when the cards are redone, I really don't even bother with those anymore. I tried them and generally like the regular classes more, so that part has no value to me. But I understand that many others feel differently, and that's fine.


I totally get that for Wizards with the new Class Relic/Legendary, the HP from single teeth might outweigh the benefit from the transmuted tooth.

Like you, I have little to no interest in the sub-classes. I'm also hoping they get revised at some point so that it's worth cashing in that once per year bonus to use them. :)

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Meta: 8k auctions - how much does the auctioneer keep? 2 months 1 week ago #34

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Matthew Hayward wrote:

Picc wrote:

Matthew Hayward wrote:

Picc wrote: more 1st teeth being created by coins


What are you referring to with this statement?

If you are talking about Mithral Count of Fate, no appreciable number of 1st Tooths would have been created by that method - there has never been a time when a 1st tooth has been worth considerably more than a Horn of Plenty, so there would be no reason to use a MCoF on that.

If anyone wants to trade me a Mithral Coin of Fate for a tooth of some kind, let me know...


I know from first hand account that at least a two coins were turned in for 1st teeth towards the end the transmute period (I assume there were probably others) when they were not available from any other source. I know that at least one individual also turned in a coin for a second tooth. I'll let those people decide if they want to say anything beyond that. Other then those two individuals I have no knowledge of the number of coins turned in or what they were used for.


Rod segment, not teeth?


Yes rod segs, sorry that was an error on my part. Just to used to typing teeth at this point. I have not heard of anyone trading a mithral coin for teeth.
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