[Buyer's Guide] Midnight Cards

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[Buyer's Guide] Midnight Cards

Unread postby Justin O. » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:15 pm  

Big thanks to Randy Butterfield for a Midnight Cards list, with Print quantities included! (something I will unfortunately not be able to maintain throughout these lists, but would love to). Some must haves on this list for any collection, Midnight Cards has a solid reputation for bringing us great designs.

Midnight Cards Decks:
(Print quantities in parenthesis)
44 DIFFERENT DECKS = 93,092 TOTAL PRINTED DECKS


ORNATE Sapphire Deck (2500)
ORNATE Scarlet Deck (2500)

ORNATE Amethyst Deck (2500)
ORNATE Emerald Deck (2500)

TBC Blue Luxury Deck (2500)
TBC Red Luxury Deck (2500)
TBC White Luxury Deck (2500)

United Cardists Deck (2500)

Imperial RED Deck (4000)
Imperial BLACK Deck (2500)

Unbranded White ORNATE Amethyst (4310)
Unbranded White ORNATE Emerald (4202)
Unbranded White ORNATE Sapphire (4320)
Unbranded White ORNATE Scarlet (4428)
Unbranded Obsidian ORNATE (2040)

Bicycle White ORNATE Amethyst (1000)
Bicycle White ORNATE Emerald (1000)
Bicycle White ORNATE Sapphire (1000)
Bicycle White ORNATE Scarlet (1000)
Bicycle Obsidian ORNATE (2292)

Brazil Deck (2500)

LUXX Blue Deck
LUXX Brown Deck

Draconian Spitfire Deck (2000)
Draconian Spitfire (holographic seal)
Draconian Lightning Deck (2000)
Draconian Lightning Deck (holographic seal)
Draconian Brimstone Deck (2000)

LUXX V2 Silver Deck (2000)
LUXX V2 Gold Deck (2000)

Bowl-A-Rama RED Deck (1000)
Bowl-A-Rama BLACK Deck (1000)
Cosmic Lanes Deck (1000)

Never Forgotten Deck (2000)

Honeybee YELLOW Deck (2500)
Honeybee BLACK Deck (2500)

Grinders COPPER Deck (2000)
Grinders BLUE Deck (2000)
Grinders WHITE GOLD Deck (500)

LUXX Elliptica Red Deck (1000)
LUXX Elliptica Blue Deck (1000)
LUXX Elliptica Green Deck (1000)
LUXX Elliptica Purple Deck (1000)

Imperial GOLD Deck (1000)

ROME Antony Deck (2000)
Antony Toga (600)
Antony Gilded (60)
ROME Caesar Deck (3000)
Caesar Toga (600)
Caesar Gilded (60)


**If anyone has a complete list for other designers/companies feel free to PM it to me and I will start a thread for it!**
Last edited by Justin O. on Mon Dec 11, 2017 4:30 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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Re: [Buyer's Guide] Midnight Cards

Unread postby Azid » Fri Jan 20, 2017 4:04 pm  

Justin O. wrote:LUXX Blue Deck (2000) <-- has a numbered seal with xxxx/1111 ?
LUXX Brown Deck (2000) <-- has a numbered seal with xxxx/1111 ?

Draconian Spitfire Deck (2000) <-- there is also a version with a holographic seal, limited to 300 decks sold by Legends
Draconian Lightning Deck (2000) <-- there is also a version with a holographic seal, limited to 300 decks sold by Legends
see also here: http://www.portfolio52.com/search?searc ... =Draconian....

As for the Luxx V2 there are also some with holographic seals & gilt versions

Justin O. wrote:**If anyone has a complete list for other designers/companies feel free to PM it to me and I will start a thread for it!**

I appreciate this buyers guides, good work! But i think this should be moved to the Knowledge Base ?
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Re: [Buyer's Guide] Midnight Cards

Unread postby Justin O. » Fri Jan 20, 2017 5:44 pm  

Azid wrote:As for the Luxx V2 there are also some with holographic seals & gilt versions

Good call, updated the holo seal decks as seperate items. Unsure about the x/x values, perhaps this is just total print run? Numbers were provided by Randy Butterfield, but I can edit the ammount or remove the value if we are unsure.


Azid wrote:I appreciate this buyers guides, good work! But i think this should be moved to the Knowledge Base ?

Good call, I have never actually looked at the Knowledge Base forum, I will have to look around over there. Mods feel free to move the [Buyer's Guide] threads if you feel it's appropriate
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Re: [Buyer's Guide] Midnight Cards

Unread postby EndersGame » Sat May 13, 2017 2:48 am  

This is an amazing list that shows a wide range of talents and diverse skills in design! Using the latest numbers for the print quantities of all the decks he's made so far (which I got directly from Randy), I did the math and discovered that by my count he has produced around 93,000 decks of cards already! By the end of the year that should easily exceed over 100,000 decks, which is a tenth of a million! That's a staggering, for which he deserves to be congratulated! Well done Randy, and keep up the great work!

Given what this thread is about, I'll also share links to a four-part series of extensive pictorial reviews that I just published, which feature virtually the entire catalogue of decks that Randy has designed so far:

Part 1: The ORNATE series

Part 2: The Imperial series and Draconian series

Part 3: The Bowl-a-rama series and Grinders series

Part 4: The Ancient Rome series, and other decks
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Re: [Buyer's Guide] Midnight Cards

Unread postby Bradius » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:47 pm  

For the Rome Decks, there are also the toga sleeves, which I think were limited to 600 quantity each for Anthony and Caesar decks. Also, there were guilded versions of Anthony and Caesar, which were limited to 60 decks each.
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