I trade 1:1 within same series. I'll also be happy to do cross series trades.

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I'll trade 1:1 within the same series. I'll even help out friends, without necesarily gaining a thing (and it doesn't set me back).

I'll also be happy to do cross series trades. So if we have a bunch of series in common, then friend me. I'll set up a fair offer, which will benifite both while staying true to marked values.

Last; I'll trade completed card series to you. You want to raise your steam level, or simply get your hands on a bunch of holyday steam card? Then I'll gladly trade you a bunch completed series, in return for your unfinished card series, if you have something of interest to me.

Be aware that if I trade with you, I'll always look to the marked to make sure that both parties walk away from the trade without having profited or lost, no matter what type of trade you wish. Only exception is if you let me chose which cards to grab and give back. Is that the case then I'm willing to let you walk away with a 10-20% profit.

If you approach me with an offer, then know that I'm primarilly motivated to collect cards from series, which:
1: Have good artwork. Why should I care about collecting the cards, if the developers hardly bothered to do more than a couple of screenshots.
2: Are connected to a game which hold some nostalgia for me.
3: Aren't insanely expensive (I just sell those cards on the marked).

That basically means that I'm usually willing to trade with games I have played very little or cards which are butt ugly.

I have above series, and many more, up for grabs...

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I don't mind if you have no interest in trading with me because of my trade hold. If you can't wait for a trade, then I can understand and respect that. But if you decide to trade with me despite my trade impairment, then you'll find that I trade fairly and make an effort to make mutually beneficial trade offers. The keywords being "mutually beneficial". I see no reason to accept trades which demand that I give something extra, no matter the reason. And if the reason is my trade hold, then you can keep me around in your friend list, for a year. The hold will then be reduced to 1 day.

I don't use mobile authenticator for 4 reasons:
1: I don't own a smart phone, or see myself getting one.
2: I don't support the safeguards, put in place, because they are not only put there to safeguard from thieves and hustlers. They are designed to make trading more cumbersome, to give people more incentive to use the marked, rather than trading between people. I like trading with people. I simply don't accept that they couldn't come up with something better than the current escrow system.
3: I don't approve of the deliberate harvesting of personal information. Especially when it has been documented that large US companies are handing over said information to 3rd parties and government surveilance initiatives, which don't answer to any authorities and subverts the rights of both domestics and international citizens to safekeep their privacy agains those who would abuse that information.
4: Steam is developing into a monopoly. It shows in the way their services are presented more and more as "use this or we will punish you", as opposed to "take advantage of our optional service". The truth is that Steam got most of us by the balls, because we are only renting games from them, rather than buying them, but most of us feel that we own the games, we have purchased on Steam. Some of us certainly wouldn't have paid what we did, if the button said "Rent" instead of "Buy".

Here is an interesting article about it: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/im-longer-buying-games-steam-opinion/
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I can't believe that there isn't more games like this! FTL is all about sitting in the Captains chair of a space ship, commanding every aspect of said ship's systems and crew, from a birds eye perspective. Every battle is a tactical micro management heaven, where you pause the game, every time you need to adjust your plan to survive and take out the enemy. And yet the game is easy to learn with everything layed out for you in a readily understandable fashion. Mix in a rich universe of old style text RPG choices, and a huge number of upgrades and add-ons, and you are set for playing this game over and over. This game takes up to 5 hours to complete, but I have played this game for more than 300 hours, and I'm still not bored with it.

Update: The developers of this game also made a large expansion to FTL. Then they simply added it to the main game, rather than sell it as an expansion, basically making an already awesome game even greater.