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Splinterlands: How to Buy Cards From Monster Market - Step by Step Guide
My activity of optimizing my Splinterlands card collection consists of:
- sell the cards I don't use in battle
- buy cards useful in battle.
Yesterday I put 62 level 1 Barking Spider cards up for sale for the following reasons:
- Barking Spider level 1 is an unuseful card in battle because it has only one point of attack from a distance. Barking Spider increases its usefulness and strength in battle only when it reaches level 4 (combination of 30 level 1 cards).
- I have 2 level 4 Barking Spider in my card collection that I have made available for rental.
- Barking Spider level 1 has very few rental requests.
I tried to rent my 62 level 1 cards but rented few while I rented my level 4 Barking Spider cards fairly easily.
- I have earth element cards in my card collection that are much stronger than Barking Spider and I don't have summoners that can increase the attack points of cards with ranged attack like Barking Spider.
Of the 62 cards I put up for sale yesterday, I have already sold 38 cards at $0.368 each and I still have 24 level 1 Barking Spider cards left to sell.
I used the profit I made from selling the Barking Spider cards to purchase some cards that, combined, will allow me to upgrade and add an ability to an earth element card I have in my card collection: Orc Sergent.
My latest purchase also gives me a chance to introduce the Monster Market site to new players and those who have never used it.
Personally, I always prefer third-party marketplaces for selling, renting, and buying Splinterlands cards.
When I want to buy Splinterlands cards the Monster Market site is my first choice because in addition to being a functional and well built site it is also the only marketplace that offers cash back on card purchases.
I hope you liked this post and thank you for taking the time to read it :)
Are you not a Splinterlands player?
Splinterlands is a beautiful game and it has proved to be a very good investment (at least until now) and if you regularly participate to the weekly contests organized by the @splinterlands account you will recover the registration cost (10$) in a short time.
If you decide to register, you can do it from this link:
of course if you'd like to use my refferal link... :)
Any game that involves the purchase of cards and tokens is never a simple game but it is also an investment and should be considered as such.
I am not a financial consultant and if you decide to invest in the game of Splinterlands you do it for your own choice, after having made your personal evaluations and considered all possible risk factors.
My advice is to always invest only what you can afford to lose with a light heart.