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Faithful Companion Treasure Cards

AuthorMessage
Survivor
Mar 14, 2011
3
I am looking for anyone who has any Faithful Companion Treasure Cards. They have the ring symbol on them. Please message me if you have any or know anyone who has some for sale. I am especially interested:

FC Jade Oni
FC Earth Walker
FC Storm Hound
FC Death Leprechaun

Thanks!

A+ Student
Jan 18, 2010
1950
What is the difference between these and regular treasures?


Armiger
Aug 03, 2014
2106
Star Edward on May 14, 2019 wrote:
What is the difference between these and regular treasures?

They're particularly rare because the pack has been retired for many years. Especially with the treasure card displays collectors of rare items will be looking to complete collections if they can. They're not special for using (like many of the EOB cards) but would look impressive as a collection in a home

@storm dealer I wish I had any/all of them to give you but sadly I don't. If I do happen across any I'll be sure to let you know! Good luck with your collection!

A+ Student
Jan 18, 2010
1950
I see.

I also notice that some treasures have some small symbols to the left of them as opposed to regular treasures that don't.

Do you know the meaning behind these symbols as well?


Historian
Feb 12, 2015
610
Star Edward on May 16, 2019 wrote:
I see.

I also notice that some treasures have some small symbols to the left of them as opposed to regular treasures that don't.

Do you know the meaning behind these symbols as well?

These symbols tell us which pack the card came from. For example, If the symbol has a 10 on it, then that Treasure Card came from the Decaversary Hoard Pack. Some special Treasure Cards only come from Packs!

Armiger
Aug 03, 2014
2106
Star Edward on May 16, 2019 wrote:
I see.

I also notice that some treasures have some small symbols to the left of them as opposed to regular treasures that don't.

Do you know the meaning behind these symbols as well?

They're probably the symbol for the pack it's from (they're shown to the left, below the pip cost and above the accuracy). Each pack has a different symbol. Some of the pack TC is a slight variation of the regular TC - eg costs less pips or does more damage etc. Eye of Bartleby cards are often worth more than regular cards of the same spell eg the dispels cost 1 pip instead of 2, tower is a higher percentage of resist, doom and gloom is a higher reduction on healing. Another useful thing is that pack cards can stack with trained etc and each other.

Adherent
Mar 12, 2010
2777
Star Edward on May 16, 2019 wrote:
I see.

I also notice that some treasures have some small symbols to the left of them as opposed to regular treasures that don't.

Do you know the meaning behind these symbols as well?

If you click on this link, go to Section 4, to see the current list of Treasure Card Pack Symbols that is listed on Wizard101 Central's Wiki:

http://www.wizard101central.com/wiki/Basic:Treasure_Cards

Hope that helps.

A+ Student
Jan 18, 2010
1950
Nice.

Had no idea.

Thanks for the insight!