Here they are, sorted by card number:

- I got at least 1 of every non-parallel card, and the parallels helped me hit 4 copies on several cards.
- There are only 2 cards with only 1 copy and both are RRs.
- I got at least 2 copies of each rare, and 4 copies of several.
- I got 3 copies of only two RRs, and my SP pushed one of those to 4.
- I got an average of 2.85 copies of each card.

- Opening 4 boxes will get you at least 1 copy of each card.
- 6 boxes will get you a an
*average*of 4 copies of each card, but you'll have some cards with less than 4. - A case (16 boxes) will have at least 4 copies of every card.
- 4 boxes gives you no extras (over 4 copies) to trade.
- A case will give you almost 320 extras.

- Buy 2 boxes if you want to build just one specific deck, since you can trade the cards you don't care about for the ones you need.
- Buy 4 boxes if you want at least 1 of each card, but you'll probably need to trade away non-extra cards to get some cards you want.
- Buy 6 boxes if you want 4 of each card, since you can trade your extras for the ones you opened need more of.
- Buy 16 boxes if you want 4 of everything without needing to trade.

I bought three boxes and a couple packs, which gave me most of the rares and 2-3 of each RR. I filled that out by ordering the cards to complete sets, which ended up costing about the same as a box. At a certain point, buying boxes loses value for me because there isn't much of a community in my area; I can't really trade away extras. I may not have received a RRR+, but I bought over the number of RRs I would have pulled from that box. RRR+ cards are kind of frustrating; they're rare, but who wants them? I would actually rather have an extra three packs or so.

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