Ajani, Caller Of The Pride Nm-mint, English Magic 2013 (m13) Magic Mtg X1 For Sale
1x Condition: NM-Mint | Language: English Ajani, Caller of the Pride Magic 2013 (M13)
Condition: NM-Mint | Language: English
Artist: D. Alexander Gregory
Card Number: 1
+1: Put a +1/+1 counter on up to one target creature.
-3: Target creature gains flying and double strike until end of turn.
-8: Put X 2/2 white Cat creature tokens onto the battlefield, where X is your life total.
Card Type: Planeswalker - Ajani
Name: Ajani, Caller of the Pride
Set Name: Magic 2013
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So, how do you assign a grade to a card?
First off, the scale here is as follows
Let's start with the easy stuff...
NM/MT - stands for Near Mint to Mint. Basically a pack fresh card. A NM/MT card will not have any shuffle wear, play wear, or any major flaws. It may have a couple very minor flaws such as a tiny edge chip or tiny scuff from leafing thru the pack or stack of cards.
Heavy Play - This card has seen better days. It would be considered marked if played without sleeves due to the play wear. Typically, major surface wear, chipping, white showing on edges, etc. But the card will still be able to be played in a sleeve without worry about it being marked. The card can have so much wear that it appears 'snow-covered' but will still be considered tournament legal if played in the proper sleeve.
Damaged - This card has a major flaw that not only makes the card 'marked' but it may be so bad that in a sleeve you may be able to tell what it is. For example, hard creases, tears, water damage, gouges, major scrapes/scuffs, etc. Basically, any card that would be hard to hide the damage, even when sleeved.
Now for the tricky part.. Light Play & Moderate Play
Light Play -- At arm length, it would appear NM/MT, but upon closer inspection does not meet the standard. It may have light surface wear on the front/back and a light edge chips or mild shuffle wear.
Moderate Play -- This card has more pronounced surface wear on the front/back and may have edge chipping or whitening or shuffle wear. Basically, a step up from Heavy Play, but not quite clean enough to be considered light play.
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Ajani, Caller Of The Pride Nm-mint, English Magic 2013 (m13) Magic Mtg X1: $7