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Talk:Charizard ex (EX FireRed & LeafGreen 105)

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Does anyone think that it should be noted that this card is the most valuable/expensive [English] card? Hence that this card's value is $125-$200 (and actually sells in that price range; reputable sellers can get more out of the card then just average Joe-Blows though). I know a reputable card seller on eBay who was gonna give me a very good deal on one for $150. I've seen other online stores and sellers with prices a bit lower or higher. Here's one online store --Sivart345 00:05, 22 July 2009 (UTC)

Technically, any English card can be the most expensive one if someone's gullible enough. For all we know, someone could try selling a Weedle from the Base Set to some gullible sap who doesn't know better for $10,000.
My : Double-check everything. Only trust reputable price guides, and check multiple cards known for low supplies, high demands, and high values--there could be one more expensive. For all we know, the reverse-holo TV Reporter from EX Dragon could skyrocket its average value to $1000 as I'm typing this. --Shiningpikablu252 03:47, 22 July 2009 (UTC)
True if somone is gullible enough. BUT Charizard ex still does have the most value right now, believe me--I buy cards online all the time; Charizard ex, Lugia ex, Gyarados ☆, and Uxie LV.X are some of the more valuable ones. True another card could beat it--but I doubt it, unless there is a misprinted card that has high collector value (specifically secret holos, promos, Pokémon ☆, ex, and LV.X) and/or high battle value. And generally a card is worth alot because of high collector value or battle value. --Sivart345 00:02, 24 July 2009 (UTC)