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  1. Introducing the Auction House Archives! The goal of this site is to track each card's journey through the in-game auction house and beyond. Since it tracks each individual auction, it can deduce when a card has sold in the auction house and for how much. With this information it can display the min, average, and max prices a card has sold for along with potential deals that are in the in-game auction house. I've also built out an API you can use in your own projects to receive information from the archive. To learn more about how the archive works, or how to use its API, visit the about page (
  2. CardBase API For those interested in making applications with BattleForge data, we expose the CardBase API. Note that we are still expanding the CardBase in functionality, so it could be that your application becomes useless in the future.. Just sayin~ This API provides data about Cards and Maps in json format. On this page I will give you the endpoints and required data to make use of this API. Each Response from this API returns the data inside a wrapper APIWrap<T> which looks like this: public class APIWrap<T> //T = Return Type of A
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