Jamaica National Heroes

Digital Trading Cards

About Trading Cards

There are two kinds of Trading Cards that are available on the National Heroe's Trading Card website for swapping, there is a Digital trading card also called
a Virtual trading card and a Physical tradind card that you hold in your hand. Both types of cards are collectible and swappable. They are both called Collectible Trading Card (CTC) To differ them we say Digital (CTC) and Physical (CTC) Very important to know and remember, every single Jamaica National Heroes Trading Card comes from and belongs to a complete set of seven.
The fun is in you finding your matching card or card serial number to complete your set. Jamaica National Heroes Collectible Trading Cards were quietly swapped for fun for many years by just a small circle of Jamaiphile People who are Friends and Family of Jamaica's beautiful and rich Heritage. Trading cards is a kind of strategy card collection that was created in the 1940s and consists of specially designed sets of playing cards. These cards use proprietary artwork or images to embellish the card.
Trading cards may depict anything from history, fantasy or science fiction genres, horror themes, cartoons, or sports. Serial text is also on the card and is used
to interact with the other cards in a strategic fashion.
Cards are commonly swapped between two collectors. Collectors may also swap cards, sell cards or purchase cards from other collectors. Trading card can be collected, initially by using a starter card set or deck. Most trading cards set consist of 7 to 15 cards in a deck, The Jamaica National Heroe's Trading Cards deck consist of 7 random cards. As a player obtains more cards, they may create new decks. Successful Trading Cards and other CCGs typically have thousands of unique cards, often extended through expansion sets that add new mechanics. : The Gathering; the Magic first developed and most successful, has over 18,000 distinct cards. By the Magic: The Gathereinngd of 1994, had sold over 1 billion cards and between the time period of 2008 to 2016 sold over 20 billion. Other successful CCGs Yu-Gi-Oh! include which sold over 25 billion cards as of March 2011, Pokémon which has sold over 25 billion cards as of March 2018. Other notable CCGs have come Legend of the FaivnedRginognse,Sintacrluding , Wars Lord of the Rings Vampire: The Eter,nal Struggle , , World of Warcraft and .
Many other CCGs were produced but had little or no commercial success. Recently, digital collectible card games (DCCGs) have gained popularity, spurred by the success of
Hearthstone. DCCGs do not use physical cards and instead use digital representations, with newer DCCGs foregoing card images altogether by using basic icons.
A collectible card game (CCG) is generally defined as a game where players acquire cards into a personal collection from which they create customized decks , but additional cards are obtained from randomized booster packs or by trading with other collectors. The goal of most Trading card collector is crafting customized sets that play to synergies of card combinations. The exact definition of what makes a CCG is varied, as many games are marketed under the "collectible card game" moniker. The basic definition requires the game to resemble trading cards in shape and function, be mass-produced for trading or collectibility, and have rules for strategic gameplay.
The definition of CCGs is further refined as being a card game in which the player uses his own deck with cards primarily sold in random assortments. If every card in the game can be obtained by making a small number of purchases, or if the manufacturer does not market it as a CCG, then it is not a CCG.
CCGs can further be designated as living or dead games. Dmoead games are those CCGs which are no longer supported by their manufacturers and have ceased releasing expansions. Living games are those CCGs which continue to be published by their manufacturers. Usually this means that new expansions are being created for the game and official game tournaments are occurring in some fashion. Card games that should not be mistaken for CCGs:
Deck-Building Games - Construction of the deck is the main focus of gameplay. Collectible Common-Deck Card Games are card games where players share a common deck rather than their own personal deck. Consequently, no customization of decks nor trading occurs, and no metagame is developed. There is little to no interest in collecting the cards. Non-Collectible Customizable Card Games are those games where each player has their own deck, but no randomness occurs when acquiring the cards. Many of these games are sold as complete sets. A few were intended to have booster packs, but those were never released. This category may also be referred to as an ECG, or Expandable Card Game. This category also includes LCGs. Living Card Games (LCGs)[note LCGs are a type of non-collectible customizable card game (see above), and a registered trademark of Fantasy Flight Games, they don't use the randomized booster packs like CCGs and instead are bought in a single purchase.

LCGs are known for costing much less as they are not a collectible. Gameplay mechanics. Each CCG system has a fundamental set of rules that describes the players' objectives, the categories of cards used in the game, and the basic rules by which the cards interact. The bulk of CCGs are designed around a resource system by which the pace of each game is controlled. Frequently, the cards which constitute a player's deck are considered a resource, with the frequency of cards moving from the deck to the play area or player's hand being tightly controlled. Relative card strength is often balanced by the number or type of resources needed in order to play the card, and pacing after that may be determined by the flow of cards moving in and out of play.
Resources may be specific cards themselves, or represented by other means (e.g. tokens in various resource pools, symbols on cards, etc.). Unlike traditional card games such as poker or crazy eights in which a deck's content is limited and pre-determined, players select which cards will compose their deck from any available card set. Resourceful Notes For more information on the history and knowledge of the trading card industry we recommend that you look online at Wikipedia.
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Diamond Series

The diamond series are the most sort after Jamaica's heroes trading card that are available for trading. This series consist of limited edition cards that carries an exceptional value.  To build a complete set of Diamond Series many will find it very exciting as most Hero card collectors may be unwilling to sell their valuable cards and will have to be convince to swap their highly coveted cards.

The Nanny Diamond series card bearing the flag symbol is the "holy grail" of the Jamaica Heroes trading card, and is the most sort after because it carries the highest dollar value. 

Gold Series

The Gold series are the secondary runner up next to the Diamond series in value of the Jamaica Heroes Trading Card series.  

The Gold series carry a high trading value for serious card collector hobbyists, this series is available here at Jamaica Heroes as well as can be swapped from other buyers. 

Silver Series

The Silver series are the third line of card series in value and swapping.  Most card collectors will swap or sell their Silver series quite quickly if the swap is worth it in return for what they are getting.  These cards are very common among swappers but not so much for the die hard collectors.

Bronze Series

The Bronze series are very common. Most card collectors will build their complete set of seven then trade them for one Gold individual card or two or more individual Silver cards.  The Bronze series are not just the most common but it is also the easiest Jamaica Heroes Trading card set to find, build and trade.

Card Valuation

If your cards are in mint condition then they can also be sold for a much higher value than cards that are damaged or worn out.

7 Bronze cards (set) = 3 Silver cards

7 Silver cards (set) = 2 Gold cards

7 Gold cards (set) = 1 Diamond cards

Card Swapping Value

Please note that this trading value is not written in stone or is it always going to be an indicator of what you must swapped out your card for.  This is just a guideline of what most average collectors are willing to swap their Jamaica Heroes Trading card for.

know your card

The Jamaica National Heroe's trading cards can be of great pride to collect and put in you home on a mantle, in your room, on your favorite desk, table, dresser or nightstand or even on your desk at your work place. You can collect them for sheer fun or just for hoppy to create a complete sets of series where you can have enormous fun and joy apping cards online or in person with Family, friends or even enthusiastic strangers.
You can choose to do what most tradition card enthusiasts do collect and trade cards for the puremonetary value and financial gain. Some collect purely for the joy and hobby of it.
They collect the entire set, their favorite Hero, Others speculate purely on the monetary value potential of cards and how to most effectively sell their cards. Others do a little bit of both, they enjoy collecting and holding onto some of their cards while moving others that they don’t want, that they can make money off of, or that someone else would enjoy more. How do I know what my cards are worth?
An immediate question asked by many collectors are, what are my cards worth? Reid Media Group Inc (RMG) does not put values on trading cards, the Jamaica National Heroes trading cards are manufactured in the State of California USA under tight secrecy and security for the prevention of fraud and illegal sales and distribution. The trading cards are then shipped to the State of Florida via a security courier to a secure vault warehouse in a undisclosed location.
A secondary market exists on single card swapping and sales and card pack set sales. You can read more info that provides you with details on how you can determine the value of your trading card(s) in the CARD MATRIX Trading cards internationally are a very common commodity, but in the world of the Jamaica National Heroe's trading card determining pricing and values can be a much tougher proposition. The hard work is already done for you and a comprehensive guide on the best ways to determine values is located in the CARD MATRIX zone.
How do I know if a card is real? The Jamaica Heroes website was created and founded on the principles of protection and authenticity. The utmost protection of the cards were
implemented in a eight stage process? thats right, ( 8 ) stage security process securement for all card enthusiasts.
The cards security features are as follows.
1. A background facial holograms behind each Hero
2. Entire front of card is covered by a special gloss coat that prevent counterfeiting.
3. Encryption colors
4. Watermarks
5. Color shifting ink
6. Security pixels
7. Limited serial numbers.
8. Original purchase registration and batch number.
If you are looking to purchase or swap a card that is very expensive or high in value from someone, it is very important to have a authentic card grader do a valuation for you or make sure the single card is on the Jamaica Heroes website, since all cards must be authenticated before release. What are the most valuable trading cards? Diamond trading cards are the most highly valuable. highly collectible and financially great because they are produced in such limited quantities.
A high interest in collecting Jamaica National Heroe's trading cards created a need for more mass production, which in turn made values greater on all older series year. It is critical to limit some trading card production and take a more responsible approach to manufacturing, in order to increase trading card values. The most valuable cards are typically tied to an Queen Nanny Diamond releases, they are like an exquisite Collection, When it comes to which Hero command the most dollars for their trading cards, that is usually up to the most enthusiastic trading card collectors who are willing to buy swap or sell to complete a set of series.
Keeping cards in good condition Once you’ve started your collection, you will want to make sure you keep your cards in good condition. Don’t leave them around or use them for coasters when guests come over, protect your collection. Like most things of value, the better the condition, the more attractive and valuable an item will be. The same is true of trading card collecting. Cards that have bent corners, creases, or other issues that prevent them from being classified as “mint condition” have less value. How do I insure my cards & memorabilia? Once you have a collection you are proud of, you will want to make sure you take the necessary precautions to keep it safe an in good condition. EXECUTIVE TRADING CARD COLLECTORS. 
There are people in this World who are fanatical about Jamaica and all things related to and about Jamaica, culture and its people. These people are classified by RMG Chairman as Jamaiphile. There are the Patriotic Jamaiphiles, then there are the money spending Patriotic Jamaiphiles who do not care about the money or cost, they just want what they want and will pay just about any mount of money for something that is rare and unique just to have it in their own exquisite collection . These collectors are the ones who do not have the patience or time to play aound trading cards much less spend time swapping them, these are the trading card collectors that are known as the EXECUTIVE TRADING CARD COLLECTORS.

Card Grade Value

The Jamaica Heroes Trading Cards comes in six grading category, which determines their appraised condition for swapping or putting a monetary value for purchase.

Grade (1) Mint
A mint card is in perfect condition, it is still in the original package or pack away safely with no imperfections.
A grade (1) aka grade (A) is exactly what it is, a mint card,  or perfection in all aspect of the card. A grade (1) Grade (A) card is what all executive card collectors and all card enthusiasts, hobbyists, swapping or purchasing collectors are willing to pay huge sums of money for it needing the card.

Grade (2) Great
A great card in great condition is a card this almost like a mont card only that its obvious that it is not new.  A grade (2) card is sort after by most executive collectors and by all card enthusiasts collectors looking to swap or purchase.

Grade (3) Good
A good card is just ok in its appearance, it is handled quite a few times and starting to show signs of small stress. A grade (3) card is not worthy of a collector's time t put on display but can still be traded by card swapping hobbyists.

Grade (4). Worn
A worn card will look dull, bent, dirty and unattractive. A grade (4) card will never be of any interest to an Executive collector, much less looking at it.  Most regular card enthusiasts and hobbyists will still be interested in this card for swapping.

Grade (5). Damaged
A damaged card is a card that is still readable but maybe ripped, torn in half or crush in an unsightly manner.  A grade (5) card will be hard to swapped much less have a purchaser.  It can still be swapped on the CARD MATRIX ZONE, wish you luck.

Grade (6). Worthless
A worthless card is exactly what it is, Worthless.  This card is not readable, it is undesirable, ripped, dirty, water damaged, burned, etc.  This card cannot be traded.  A grade (6) card is not allowed on the CARD MATRIX ZONE.