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Saint
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Pic set of PLS

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Anybody got a link of the pic set of PLS cards up till now, tried about every single one here and still end up with blank pics in the game :(
Thnx in advance.
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Saint
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Re: Pic set of PLS

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Anyone at all? Just need a working/up to date picture set so i don't have to play with blank cards :P
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Re: Pic set of PLS

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Re: Pic set of PLS

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Thank you very much, i'll have a look and see if it works tomorrow :)

Edit: Coulden't wait, checked right away, works well just missing 6 card pics.
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Re: Pic set of PLS

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Saint wrote:Thank you very much, i'll have a look and see if it works tomorrow :)

Edit: Coulden't wait, checked right away, works well just missing 6 card pics.

Which cards are missing?
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Re: Pic set of PLS

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bcdiscman wrote:
Saint wrote:Thank you very much, i'll have a look and see if it works tomorrow :)

Edit: Coulden't wait, checked right away, works well just missing 6 card pics.

Which cards are missing?
Dromar's Charm, Crosis's Charm, Darigaaz's Charm, Terminal Morathe and ALLIED Strategis.
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Re: Pic set of PLS

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Try the following:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/skdfzh

It's not from me it has been posted in the forum a while back it does not include any token and it's gatherer quality but it has all cards as far as I could test.

Enjoy,

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Re: Pic set of PLS

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abrasax wrote:Try the following:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/skdfzh

It's not from me it has been posted in the forum a while back it does not include any token and it's gatherer quality but it has all cards as far as I could test.

Enjoy,

Abra
abrasax stole my thunder (LOL) I updated my link in the above post, but it is pretty much the same - I always try to have images for the complete set, even if they are not coded (that way once the card gets coded, I already have the image). It takes up a little more space this way, but it also saves a lot of time in the long run. :D
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Re: Pic set of PLS

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Worked like a charm, thanks for the effort guys :)
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