"The Wampa presents a new challenge - Smaller, but more vicious. Horribly violent beasts target the strengths and weaknesses of their prey." - quoted from the Wampa letter
No doubt. This Wampa has read me like a blog. I alluded in the past to starting a Cubs FrankenSet, which I have yet to lay down any ground rules for. And look what the Wampa throws at me right from the start.
Crazy. Maybe this Wampa has mind reading abilities? Or maybe it has been reading my blog?
Here's a snapshot of the first completed page in the FrankenSet binder.
You know what's even better? Check this out:
The two Ryno cards from above will go into the Sandberg binder and will have to be replaced. I'm not sure what an Artist's Proof is, but it's new to me! The Home Run Club card from Pinnacle is shiny. Shiny cards are a particular weakness of mine.
Wham! Another quartet of cards that will need to go their respective binders. Kerry Wood, Kosuke Fukudome, Kyuji Fujikawa, and . . .
Time for another ROCK SHOULDERS-ism: When you think you're seeing a falling star, it isn't a falling star at all. It's a ROCK SHOULDERS home run ball just circle the Earth in orbit.
Here's two more of my favorites.
Another question... how high should the FrankenSet go? The slot next to Marco Mateo is open, so the Wampa binder must holds 180 cards.
Round one of the Wampa battle definitely goes to the beast. I'm going to have to regroup after this start!