Summary: The father of the Shadow Era, Kyle has recently posted on the official site regarding to the impression of the first print package he received for physical cards…
A few weeks ago we received color proofs for all the cards and packaging from Cartamundi, the printer behind all the top TCGs such as MTG and WOW TCG. These were proofs, printed on different paper to approve the color and print quality. The actual card stock will be even superior to that used by MTG and WOW TCG, making Shadow Era truely a premium game yet at a reasonable price.
Anyways, all I could say was “wowwwww!” The colors were so amazing, so sharp and clear, I didn’t know it was possible to get that kind of quality in print!! Below for your enjoyment is a sneak peek at some of the proofs, including revealing for the first time the class deck design and some more premium foils!
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As I have mentioned several times, the Wulven’s business model is nothing but amazing. Their customer support on the official forum, email etc. are the quality that you would only see in Japan. (Yes. their customer service is amazing.) Not only the customer service/support, but also the price model is unbeatable as I have proven by comparing to several other TCGs.
However, when things are so good, you start questioning may be there is a pit fall. In my mind, I started to thinking may be the physical card quality are not that good. They may perhaps even print those with high-quality HOME printer and call it, good product…
Well, I was yet again proven to be wrong. As you can see, it is printed by Cartamundi, which is the company Eye of Judgment used. Well.. if you don’t know what Eye of Judgment is then as Kyle said above, the Magic the Gathering uses. Essentially, you cannot ask any other company to print with better name than the Cartamundi. So quality is checked!
But look at the statement Kyle made. “The actual card stock will be even superior to that used by MTG and WOW TCG, making Shadow Era truely a premium game yet at a reasonable price.” Sure this could be just a business man’s talk, but Wulven has been proving themselves.
If they really got ridiculously cheap price setting, high quality, and great customer support all together…. May be we are facing the birth of the TCG that can finally match up with Magic & Yu-Gi-Oh after so many years.