You can manage & track your card collection and decks once you create an account and login.

Why do I need an account for some pages? Can't I just use the site?
TFTCG@Z is designed to help you track & manage your collection, as well as give you a wealth of deck statitistics. As such, you need an account for the site to save that info.

I ran into a bug on the site!     Something isn't working correctly!     I wish this site did <thing>!     There's an error on a card!
Report any errors & bugs or leave suggestions in the feedback discussion below. It's really annoying when people run into a bug and don't report it, so PLEASE do let me know. I'm also always open to new ideas for the site, so feel free to suggest anything.

I would rather message you privately rather than use the public feedback discussion.
You can do so on my personal page or on my Discord server.

You should add images of all the cards.
This site is ran off a small computer in my home office. Card images would easily increase my already-limited bandwidth ten fold, if not more. While it's something I might consider in the future, for now it's just not worth the bandwidth.
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Instructions
Many parts of the site can be moused-over for additional information.

Bot Card Collection / Battle Card Collection / Stratagem Collection
Use these pages to view and update your collection. You can mouseover the column headers for a list of filters, and clicking on a column header will sort the table.

"Owned" is if you own that card or not. For Bots and Stratagems it's a simple yes/no checkmark if you own it, with how many extras you have next to it. For Battle cards, it'll show how many you own in total, and how many are currently in a constructed deck of yours.

Click the link on the top of the table to update your collection. You can use the arrows to adjust how many cards you own, or you can just manually type it in the text box .

Tip: Use the tab key to quickly cycle through the collection text boxes to enter how many you own.

The "Want" field is for how many of that card you want. If you don't change it, it'll default to the values set on Account. For example, you might want 6 of every battle card except for the SDCC 2018 cards. Set the SDCC cards each to 1, and then you'd go to your account page and set your minimum battle cards to 6.

Decks and Statistics
This is where you create your decks and add cards to them. Creating a new deck is as simple as entering the name in the text box and clicking "Add New Deck". Once you've created your deck, use the red buttons to edit it. While they all have mouseover descriptions and are pretty self-explanatory, I'll cover the not as obvious ones.

Construct/Deconstruct: One of this site's functions is to track where your cards are if you keep multiple decks built. "Constructing" a deck will cause the battle cards in it to be considered in use, and (in the future) if you mouseover a card it'll list which deck(s) are using the card so you can easily find it.

Public/Private: This simply toggles whether the deck is available for the public to see. Public decks are listed on the decklists page, and have a link for you to easily share them.

Export to OCTGN: OCTGN is a free gaming platform that helps you simulate tabletop games over the internet. This button exports your deck to a file that you can easily load into OCTGN.

Trade Lists
This is an small overview of the cards you're missing and the cards you have extras of. It takes into consideration how many of a card you want to keep (as set on your account page or when updating your collection). You can make it public if you'd like to send the link to people.

Considering most people don't "trade" common cards so much as they give them away, it does not list your extra commons. It does list commons that you are missing though.

Sealed Pack Generator
This simulates opening sealed packs. It's good if you want to practice a sealed-like environment without actually buying sealed packs to open. Enter the number of packs you wish to "open", then you can pull them from your actual collection to simulate what you would have gotten if you had bought the packs. It also gives you the code to export to OCTGN.

Your Account
I'll write this later, it's not hard to figure out though.
About this Site & Who I Am
This site began as the "next evolution" of a Google Sheet I was maintaining to track my own collection. I keep a number of decks constructed, so it was a way for me to keep track of which rare cards were in which deck; I didn't want to buy 15 copies of Peace Through Tyranny just because I was using it in five decks.

My name is Zero (yes, in "real life"). Transformers have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I've been collecting them for just as long, and have well over one thousand Transormers on display in my home office.

I was loosely following the TCG prior to its launch, and originally bought some just to collect the cards. I'm a fan of the WTF@TFW podcast, and the excitement Vangelus & Aaron had for the game drove me to start playing instead of just collecting. I'm not very good at the game, but I love it and will jump on any opportunity that I get to play. I competed in the 2019 Energon Invitational (did terribly), and I'm an admin of the San Diego Transformes TCG Facebook group. If you're ever in the area, let me know and I'll gladly meet up with you to play!

Outside of Transformers, my wife & I attend a number of conventions throughout the year (including TFcon!), often running various gameshows at them. We post about that stuff on theCATandROBOT. I'm not super active on social media, but I occassionally post stuff on Facebook, less often on Twitter, and occassionally even on Instagram. In all cases, it's /ZeroLiddell. You can also get ahold of me on my Discord server, which has a dedicated TFTCG channel.

Some big shoutouts to my good friend Racy, who has been my sort of beta tester for the site since day one. Also big thanks to zz1000zz for adding Transformers TCG to OCTGN. His work has let me play this game with friends across the world, and I also shamelessly copied a lot of his card info for use on my site.