Nin Club UK Kid Icarus cards

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  1. Pong20302000
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    Pong20302000 making notes on everything

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    well guys the cards have like a strange layer on top of them but there good

    enjoying thr game?

    im playing it when a get a spare few mins

    loads of fun to be had
     


  2. vivanlai

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    This is a unboxing vid of Kid Icrarus: Uprising


    Kid Icarus Uprising Unboxing


    Also, check out my best buddy's channel on AwkwardPwners too!
     
  3. BoxmanWTF

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    no, the cards use the exact same recognition pattern at the corner.
    Apparently it was hard to make that pattern, so I don't see why they would spend effort on that to make it region locked.
    But like I said they work everywhere, I scanned a forces of nature card which isn't available yet outside of Japan...I think
     
  4. The Milkman

    The Milkman GBATemp's Official Asshat Milkman

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    Nope, The Forces of Nature aren't outside of JP yet. But the cards are NOT region locked.
     
  5. elisherer

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    The black frame and everything inside it are the same in all the cards..
     
  6. Kikirini

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    Hope they add this to the US Club Nintendo soon, I'd love to get more cards. I'm not close enough to any events, after all...
     
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    Lol, I made that post when the cards were practicaly new, now it is known that the code is the same.
     
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    BoxmanWTF ♪Toot Toot Sonic Warrior♫

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    whoops, should've looked at the date :lol:
     
  9. Da Mafia

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    Finally arrived today.

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  10. Pong20302000
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    nice lol
    how many packs there?
    hope mine arrive today too then
     
  11. Da Mafia

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    36 packs, all came in a single envelope.
     
  12. Pong20302000
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    nice
    hopefully 22 will arrive at mine today and another few a few weeks later
     
  13. BlueStar

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    I only ordered two packs because I spent the rest of my points on a kirby flying disc. All came today

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  14. RupeeClock

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    Neato, but it doesn't look like any of those cards hasn't already been scanned on the AR card database.
    Check though the list and see if you happen to have any cards not yet indexed, scans will always be appreciated.
    http://ar.essh.co/decks/kid-icarus?
     
  15. Kong Fan

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    Got a few to open myself, spot the odd one out.
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  16. funem

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    I had four packs delivred so far out of the 20 I ordered, strange they are only being delivered in packs of two in each envelope, would have ordered more but I bought the Super Mario Statue a few days before the Kid Icarus cards were made available.
     
  17. DeMoN

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    Bottom middle, why is it different?
     
  18. Kong Fan

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    The bottom middle one was a promo pack from official Nintendo magazine, all the rest from club Nintendo.
     
  19. RupeeClock

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    There's a few different kinds of packs of these cards.

    You've got the pack that comes with the came, the one that came with Official Nintendo Magazine, and the ones from Club Nintendo, as well as ones for sale I think.
     
  20. funem

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    Has anyone read this on the Nintendo website ?

    But if you think you already know everything there is to know about this unique collection, we’d like to present you with 5 facts for anyone calling themselves an expert.
    Some cards are more rare than others. Special cards will feature a small wing symbol in the top right: silver ones are uncommon, golden ones are rare and diamond ones are ultra rare!
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    The bit about the rarity of the cards and how rare they were, was new to me

    Taken from here - http://www.nintendo....ards_49599.html