Joe Wells wrote:
I don't know if asking guests for their papers will be well received.
I was thinking about it at the time, however.
If anyone knows anyone else who was there, reach out to them.
Cori Marie wrote:
Yup. As I recall, Honus didn't like kids buying smokes to get his card so he put the kibosh on their distribution. Only a few dozen were ever made as opposed to the tens of thousands others had.
Anyone dropping in, we're still looking for #85.
So, there were 400 people at the banquet with 4 sets of 100 spoilers handed out, right?
Correct. There were four of each spoiler printed. After the banquet, some people were running around and collecting them to take pictures. Some were abandoned at the tables.
If they haven't been posted to social media, it means the recipient took it home as a trophy or binned it afterwards. Which means 28 (4x7) people opted not to play and they hold those cards.
Which probably isn't too bad. If you had 4 flips of a coin and only needed to get heads one time per series to win, you'd probably win almost all of them. Shame we're stuck on seven left and not an "almost there" one.
I tried searching #MyPathfinderSpoiler with various typos to see if I could find it on Twitter and Facebook but no such luck. My social circle aggregated ours together as well as those abandoned to us. I'll keep searching daily to see what I turn up.