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Card Name: Houndour
Condition: M (Mint) (See Scale Below)
Edition: Japanese Holofoil
Expansion: Neo Discovery
Rarity: Holofoil Rare
Card Number: 4/56
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CARD GRADING SCALE:
M (Mint): The card is perfect to the naked eye. It looks as though it was never touched. Generally never played. Usually pulled straight from the booster pack and immediately sleeved.
NM (Near Mint):These cards exhibit all the qualities mint cards show, except near mint cards may show very minimal to no wear from shuffling or general play. It may have a very small white mark/chip/fleck on a border or corner.
SP (Slighty Played): Cards in this category show minor wear from being played. These cards were generally played in a sleeved deck or shuffled for a short period of time. These cards may exhibit minor surface scratching or very minor corner and border wear on more than one side from being played in sleeved decks.
MP (Moderately Played): These cards have been played plenty of times. They show general moderate wear all over, especially on the borders and corners. May also have a bend/crease or very minor water damage. They are still tournament legal if played in sleeves.
HP (Heavily Played): These cards have some serious wear to them. These cards look like they went to real war. Cards in this category show major signs of everything (border/corner wear, creasing, writing, water damage, etc..) These cards may not be tournament legal even in sleeves.