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What is a TCG?

Online Trading Card Games are similar to the trading cards you knew as a child. Rather than playing in person and collecting cards from packs at the store, you collect everything online. The goal is to collect all of the cards you like, also know as mastering a deck. Online TCGs are free to play, a lot of fun, and very addictive! Interested in joining? Check out the rest of this section before moving on to the join form!

Trade Post

Before you join, you need a place to store your stuff, also know as a trade post. To make life easier for you and for your fellow TCG members, you should separate your cards--at least into groups of keeping and trading. You are also required to keep a detailed card log, showing how you got every card. The final thing you need on your site is a way to contact you, either a form or an email link, so you can trade.

Levels & Level Ups

When you join Delectable, you begin at level one and work your way up through the levels. The requirements for each level are posted here. The rewards for leveling up are 1 regular card(s) of choice, 2 random regular cards

LevelCard WorthLevelCard Worth
Level 1001-150 Level 112201-2600
Level 2151-300 Level 122601-3000
Level 3301-450 Level 133001-3500
Level 4451-600 Level 143501-4000
Level 5601-800 Level 154001-4800
Level 6801-1000 Level 164801-5600
Level 71001-1300 Level 175601-6500
Level 81301-1600 Level 186501-7500
Level 91601-1900 Level 197501-9000
Level 101901-2200 Level 209001+


Once you have collected all of the cards in a deck, you have mastered the deck. This means you cannot trade away any of these cards (except for doubles, of course) but you will receive some rewards for doing so.

Card Deck MasteredRewards
Regular Deck2 regular card(s) of choice, 3 random regular cards
Special Deck2 regular card(s) of choice, 3 random regular cards


The currency here at Delectable are cakes. You can earn these by playing games, leveling up, mastering, etc. They are all stored on the database... so no need to save to your trade post (unless you'd like to of course!).