Originally, we had no cap on the number of copies of a single card customers could buy.
And then some folks exploited that — so we implemented a cap of 4 per individual item.
And then some folks were upset about that — so we’ve updated things again.
Now, you can buy as many of a card as you like — however – any quantity above 4 will trigger the Gluttonfee (like Gluttony.. get it?).
Every quantity increase above four will raise the unit price of every copy of that card in your cart by 50%, and it stacks.
As an example:
Lets say we have a card worth $0.10.
If you want 4 copies of the card, it will cost you $0.40, as you might expect.
If you want 5 copies of the card, it will cost you $0.75, as you have one more than four so we increase the unit cost of the card by 50% to $0.15.
If you want 6 copies of the card, it will cost you $1.35, as you have two more than four so we increase the unit cost of the card by 50% to $0.15, and then by 50% again to $0.225.
It’ll do this math to infinity and beyond, so if you’re willing to pay for it, you can have as many copies of a card as you like.
This isn’t done out of malice or greed on our part – however when people come along and snag our entire inventory of a card on speculation – it makes those cards unavailable to other Flesh and Blood players who might want them, and this is in place to discourage that sort of behaviour.
So no, your subtotals aren’t wrong, you just don’t need that many copies of the card.
But if you do, you can pay for them.
Should there be some kind of situation where there’s a valid reason you do need that many copies of the card, you can hit MrChocholate up on Discord and see if an arrangement can be made.