Well, it's been awhile since the last update here. Why cheap can be too good to be true? We know there's something called temple price. Say if temple price or preorder price was around $400++ range, it is nearly impossible to see it being resell at a value of $200. No seller will want to cut their own flesh and bleed with a huge loss. If a person is able to find one, then I can say it is too good to be true. When buying cheap deals, the worse risk is to find out that the amulet is a remake or replicate piece. Do think twice as there's always a catch behind why the price tag is put until too low (suspicious). There could be a reason why Seller put this price tag to want to sell away badly. Good sellers will rather turn down this weak deal than bleed for a huge loss. Why old amulets take 1-3 years to make one simple clay/powder like amulet? In the old days, master use heart and sweat to find the ingredients one by one with effort , time and patience. The amulet will usually go through tremendous blessing before it is release to the public. We can see that recent new amulets are released fast, frequently and trendy. They are good if old amulets have become too expensive to own due to master passed away. Again lets think about if amulet can be make few months to consecrate so why did the old monks ever bother to waste so much time and energy to make in the past. There's a definitely a good reason why amulets that take years to make are in the competition ranking list.