List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by Neuron » Thu Jun 06, 2019 5:16 pm

cataclysm80 wrote:
Mon Sep 10, 2018 10:09 am
Neuron wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:38 pm
Fixed broken links, now with images on hover:

https://greendisenchantproject.jimdo.com/fwb-4th/
Very Nice!
Hello Ron, I hope you've been well.

I have a full set of Italian FWB from booster packs that I can scan.
I also was able to scan a booster box of German FWB that we opened at GP Vegas. It's not a complete set, but a good sized number of the cards.
Hello Tav,

If you find time, I'm still interested in scans of some Italian and German FWB cards:
Italian:
Basic land full set save for Plains
Elementale dell'Acqua (Water Elemental)
Muro d'Ossa (Wall of Bone)

German:

See the list:
https://greendisenchantproject.jimdo.co ... th/#lohtic

You do not need to edit the scans, it's fine if you send/pm/upload them as they are.
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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by Neuron » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:35 pm

More alignment only cards added.

Thank you to Clay!

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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by mmgun » Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:06 pm

Fire Elemental 4th and 3rd WB italian have different flavor text, easy to distinguish.

Line 3
Consumano i loro nemici ( 3rd WB)
Consumano i propri nemici ( 4th)

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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by BillBo » Thu Jun 27, 2019 3:46 pm

Living up to your name ;-)
I collect land cards, just that.
My want list: http://www.magiclibrarities.net/forum/v ... php?t=9128

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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by Neuron » Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:10 pm

mmgun wrote:
Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:06 pm
Fire Elemental 4th and 3rd WB italian have different flavor text, easy to distinguish.

Line 3
Consumano i loro nemici ( 3rd WB)
Consumano i propri nemici ( 4th)
Thanks for that! Italian red cards are completed.

Concerning the next post: Nothing arrived, no proof of shipment.
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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by BillBo » Fri Jun 28, 2019 10:54 pm

Ron: Two years ago I told you in a private message, you didn't respond. So let me now say it in public: I do not appreciate seeing your name next to mine unless you pay for the rule books and cards I shipped you in 2014 and you never paid for.
I collect land cards, just that.
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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by l0qii » Thu Aug 15, 2019 8:45 pm

I noticed on the website you don't have scans of the 2 versions of The Hive (Wespennest) in German, but you do explain the difference. Is this because you don't have 2 copies to compare? I came across a 4th edition one in a stack of cars the other day, so if you want or need a scan lmk

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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by Neuron » Mon Mar 30, 2020 5:16 pm

l0qii wrote:
Thu Aug 15, 2019 8:45 pm
I noticed on the website you don't have scans of the 2 versions of The Hive (Wespennest) in German, but you do explain the difference. Is this because you don't have 2 copies to compare? I came across a 4th edition one in a stack of cars the other day, so if you want or need a scan lmk
Thanks, just missing cards are needed. And sorry for the late answer.

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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by tryst » Fri Apr 24, 2020 4:31 pm

All,
It seems like some people are still checking this thread.
As I now have some more free time than usual, I decided to resume working on my German Revised and German Fourth collection.

Neuron,
Excellent website update. You helped me solve 2 outstanding issues (Phantom Monster and Firebreathing).
You might have been the first to recognize the dot/no dot difference, I don't remember.
Here's some help on some blue cards:
https://tryst.dreamhosters.com/Collecti ... rence.html

After poring over some old scans comparing cards in each edition, I have a few new theories and I am requesting some help.
First, there appears to be an errant line in German Revised Disintegrate that does not appear in German Fourth.
The scan on the The Green Disenchant Project seems to support this: https://imgur.com/a/ke5MnVx

Top 2 cards: German Revised (lowered 'g'), line from artwork to 't'.
Bottom 2 cards: German Fourth (elevated 'g'), no line.
In addition, the bottom card is German Fourth (no dot on back).
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Could any and all check their cards/scans for this difference?
Thanks,
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Re: List of hard to distinguish FWB and 4th Edition Cards

Post by tryst » Fri Apr 24, 2020 5:39 pm

Sorry, but the Disintegrate scans were too big to upload.
Here is a link:
https://tryst.dreamhosters.com/Collecti ... ed%203.jpg
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