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State of the Program for April 28th 2017

 
In the News
Monday’s B&R Announcement: Wizards made changes in two formats in their regularly scheduled announcement. In Legacy, Sensei’s Divining Top was finally banned, which made judges everywhere happy. Way too many long matches and round turnaround delays involved Top. In Vintage, Gitaxian Probe and Gush were both restricted.   Blame Monastery Mentor. Standard and Modern were unchanged. The announcement is here.
 
Wednesday’s B&R Announcement: Standard was unchanged for two days. On Wednesday, Wizards took a do-over and banned the Copycat deck in Standard. The announcement is here. I’ll talk about that in the opinion section.
 
B&R Change, Phase II and MTGO: Following the Addendum to the B&R announcement, the Standard format was changed. Wizards implemented the new B&R list during an emergency downtime early Thursday morning. Existing leagues were ended, and new leagues formed. Wizards has said that it refunded entries form anyone active in the leagues which were closing.   All leagues were paused, as usual, going into the downtime, but the older limited leagues were still listed as paused as I write this, late Thursday evening.  
 
Exert on MTGO: One of the mechanics in the new set is Exert, which allows a bonus on attacks but exerting creatures does not untap the next turn. This is a choice made when attacking: when the creature attacks, you choose whether to exert it or not. On MTGO, you only get the choice if you click to make creatures attack individually – using the attack with all creatures option does not allow you to exert. You have to either click attackers individually, or click attack with all, then unclick the exert creatures and reclick them to attack with exert.       
 
1v1 Commander Life Changes: Wizards has been testing for the release of 1v1 Commander events. As part of that testing, Wizards implemented the 30 life total in test mode, but it bled into the main client. Wizards decided to leave it there, at least for a week. On May 1st, we should get the full roll-out of 1v1 Commander format.
 
MOPR Cards for May: Wizards has revealed the store and event promos for May. The Event promo is one I would much rather have opened in a limited event, but it is still a nice rare. The Store promo is constructed playable. Not bad, Wizards.
 
 
 
The Timeline
This is a list of things we have been promised, or we just want to see coming back.   Another good source for dates and times is the calendar and the weekly blog, while the best source for known bugs is the bug blog which appears sporadically on MTGO.com. Most of the major upcoming events we know of are listed.  Not listed, but important: Wizards offers either one or two online PTQs each weekend, with qualifiers running the three days prior to the PTQ.
 
Recurring Events
Timing
Power Nine Challenge
Last Saturday of the month, 11am Pacific
Legacy Challenge
Second Saturday of the month, 11am Pacific
No Downtime
May 3rd , May 17th
Extended Downtime
May 24th
Current Leagues End
July 10, 2017
Hour of Devastation release
July, 2017
Ixalan release
September 25, 2017
Commander 2017 details here.
November 2017 on MTGO
Next B&R Announcement
June 14, 2017
KLD and AER Redemption Ends
June 7, 2017 (yes, 1 month from now)
KTK and FRF Redemption Ends
May 31, 2017
DTK, ORI, BFZ & OGW Redemption Ends
November 2, 2017
SOI and EMN Redemption Closes
April 28, 2018
 
Flashback, Throwback Standard and CUBE for 2017
Wizards will be offering either a flashback draft league, a flashback Standard gauntlet, a CUBE league or prerelease / Release events each week.   Here’s the schedule so far.
 
Flashback and Such Rotation
Begins
Ends
(Nothing yet announced)
 
 
 
The new Flashback Leagues are still draft, and still you-keep-the-cards. They are 12 TIX / product plus 2 TIX / 120 Play Points. However, they are no longer single elimination. Now you play until you have three wins or two losses. Prizes are 150 play points for three wins and 70 Play points for 2 wins. The leagues run one week.
 
The Throwback Standard Gauntlet events provide a random choice of prebuilt decks from a past standard environment. These will function like the Pro Tour Gauntlets – you won’t need to own the cards. The entry fee is 10 TIX or 100 Play Points. Prizes are in Play Points: 150 for 3-0, 100 for 2-1, 40 for 1-2 and 10 play points as a bad beats award. 
 
Opinion Section:   To Ban or Not to Ban
I start writing these articles early. I start mentally outlining them even earlier. Last weekend, at the paper prerelease, I had decided to write about how hosers so rarely actually worked, or maybe about how strange it seems for Wizards to have brought back blue control. It was obvious that I was not going to be writing about Copycat, because it was obvious that the deck would be banned.
 
By Monday afternoon, I was trying to figure out what Wizards had thought, and what Amonkhet cards they expected to control the cat. Were they expecting Glorybringer to kill combo pieces that Copycat left lying around on the battlefield? Did they expect Thalia or Gideon of the Trials or Vizier of Deferment to keep the cats in check?  Did they misread Harsh Mentor?  Was Hekma supposed to protect us? In the end, I could not figure out what Wizards was thinking.
 
And on Wednesday night, this all changed again. Even the “what were they thinking?” section changed. On Wednesday, Wizards decided to ban Copycat after all, and now I was trying to imagine what had changed. Besides, that is, the earlier drafts of my article.   
 
It was clear that decks got some decent tools to use against Mardu Vehicles.   Scrapheap Scrounger was a problem card, but Magma Spray is a solid answer to a recurring, two-power creature.   Cycling, instant speed artifact removal (like Dissenter’s Deliverance) is a good, maindeckable answer to vehicles. These cards were clearly aimed at Mardu Vehicles, and it appears to have worked. That deck was not highly represented in MTGO league results since Amonkhet arrived.
 
As for the four and five color Saheeli Rai combo decks, it was clear that they would have access to a lot of the good answer cards in Amonkhet. The mana in current Standard is great, so the Copycat decks can run cards like Censor and Dissenter’s Deliverance: combo decks absolutely love cheap cantrips that are also marginally useful. As I looked over the spoiler, it seemed obvious to me that Copycat would, if allowed to exist, be even better than before. Its main foil, on the other hand, was taking a hit.
 
Oh, and did I mention that Glorybringer is insane, and doubly so when Saheeli copies it? 
 
When Wizards let Copycat survive, I went back to the card list, looking for the answers that Wizards must think were in Amonkhet. I’m still looking. 
 
I looked for another way to kill Saheeli or the Guardian mid—combo. We have Shock already, and that is not enough. Four mana removal like Electrify or Cast Out are way too expensive. I didn’t see anything else, so I looked for other answers. In theory, resolving Protection of the Hekma would keep a hoard of 1/4 cats from killing you, but a five mana enchantment is not the answer to a deck that can kill on turn four, or kill you over time in other ways. Beyond that, all I found were things like a cycling Fog, or Glorious End. Glorious End could stop the combo if timed correctly, but it does not seem strong enough post sideboard, and I can’t imagine a red deck wanting to maindeck this. I spent Tuesday wondering what I missed.
 
And then Wizards abruptly reversed themselves and banned Felidar Guardian. Apparently because someone brought them a pizza. Seriously, though, I expect that it was because of articles like Zvi’s article over on Channel Fireball. People were not just unhappy, but clearly and articulately unhappy.
 
Wizards also mentioned the data they gathered off Magic Online.   That surprised me. At first I dismissed that idea. In the paper world, people just do not have new decks a day or two after a set is released. Players need time to acquire the cards, then find time to test. In the past, the metagame developed over weeks, not hours. But maybe MTGO changes that. Bots make getting cards far easier and faster than anything in the paper world.   Leagues mean that players can get in the reps very quickly. At first I assumed that Copycat was winning simply because it had changed very little, and all it needed were a couple copies of some new commons and uncommons, plus a couple Glorybringers.   New archetypes might require a playset of new Mythics, which players might have far more trouble accumulating. Maybe that is not true on MTGO.  Some of the 5-0 decks in the very early leagues were running plenty of new gods and playsets of Mythics.  So maybe it was the data. I would love to have access to that data, to see what else was being played (and beaten.)       
    
In the end, though, Wizards banned Copycat. From where I sit, that seems like the right decision.
 
Topic for next week: Aaron Forsythe said (here, last paragraph) “We also understand we shouldn't let combos like Saheeli-Felidar get out the door in the first place.” But we now have Vizier of Remedies, which reduces the number of -1/-1 counters being put on your creatures. So, turn one Forest, exile Simian Spirit Guide for one mana, Devoted Druid. Turn two, Vizier of Remedies, tap and untap Devoted Druid 50 times, Genesis Wave to put every permanent in your deck into play.   Is it consistent enough for Modern? Who knows – but the price of Devoted Druid, a Lorwyn common, is over $0.50 already – up from $0.04 a few months ago. Now, I do not have a problem with infinite combos (actually, I love infinite combos.) I just think they should not all be Splinter Twin. But that’s next week’s topic.
 
Cutting Edge Tech
Standard: Here’s the best deck in Standard as I write this, Joshua actually picked a deck, since this one was Copy Cat, and thought that showing off something neat after the ban would be exciting. 
 
Modern: One of the first Modern leagues to post results after Amonkhet arrived featured a playset of cards from AKH. In this case, it was As Foretold, which appears to work well with Restore Balance and Ancestral Vision.   Think about it. 
 
As Foretold
AlexanderRoshahl, 5-0, Competitive Modern League - 75 Cards Total
Creature
2 Snapcaster Mage
2 cards

Instant
3 Cryptic Command
2 Censor
1 Negate
4 Path to Exile
2 Spell Snare
10 cards

Sorcery
4 Ancestral Vision
1 Restore Balance
4 Serum Visions
2 Supreme Verdict
11 cards
Artifact
1 Crucible of Worlds
1 Engineered Explosives
2 cards

Enchantment
2 Detention Sphere
3 As Foretold
2 cards

Planeswalker
1 Elspeth, Sun's Champion
1 Gideon Jura
1 Jace, Architect of Thought
3 cards
Land
3 Celestial Colonnade
4 Flooded Strand
2 Ghost Quarter
2 Glacial Fortress
2 Hallowed Fountain
3 Island
2 Mystic Gate
3 Plains
1 Tectonic Edge
3 Tolaria West
25 cards
 


Sideboard
1 Negate
1 Supreme Verdict
1 Blessed Alliance
1 Dispel
2 Kitchen Finks
2 Meddling Mage
3 Rest in Peace
1 Spell Queller
1 Stony Silence
1 Vendilion Clique
14 cards
 
Legacy: Sensei’s Divining Top is banned, which should kill the Miracles deck. One concern is that Miracles is the deck that controlled combo in the format. Well, Miracles is gone, and a lot of combo decks did appear in the undefeated lists. 
 
 
Vintage: Git Probe and Gush are restricted. I assumed this would kill decks like Mentor and Paradoxical Storm, but I was mistaken about the later. But this deck – I chose this deck because it plays Glasses of Urza. Gotta love it.
 
 
 
Card Prices
 
Note: all my prices come from the fine folks at MTGOTraders.com. These are retail prices, and generally the price of the lowest priced, actively traded version. (Prices for some rare promo versions are not updated when not in stock, so I skip those.)   You can get these cards at MTGOTraders.com web store, or from their bots: MTGOTradersBot(#) (they have bots 1-10), CardCaddy and CardWareHouse, or sell cards to MTGOTradersBuyBot(#) (they have buybots 1-4). I have bought cards from MTGOTraders for over a decade now, and have never been overcharged or disappointed.
 
Standard staples: Standard prices were all over the place this week. That’s normal for a new format, but this is even more the case after the “no bannings … just kidding” this week. Also, this is likely the last week Saheeli Rai will be on the table – unless Wizards reverses course again.
 

Standard Cards
Price
Last Week
Change
% Change
$9.89
$9.90
($0.01)
0%
$13.51
$15.43
($1.92)
-12%
$10.66
$10.72
($0.06)
-1%
$19.46
$15.39
$4.07
26%
$16.12
n/a
n/a
n/a
$22.04
$18.61
$3.43
18%
$16.46
$13.30
$3.16
24%
$8.22
$6.93
$1.29
19%
$14.04
$17.59
($3.55)
-20%
$10.44
$12.85
($2.41)
-19%
$29.85
$28.10
$1.75
6%
$12.90
$15.78
($2.88)
-18%
(Nissa, Steward of the Elementals)
$9.16
n/a
n/a
n/a
$6.68
$7.08
($0.40)
-6%
$12.91
n/a
n/a
n/a
$1.76
$6.39
($4.63)
-72%
$7.48
$11.79
($4.31)
-37%
$19.01
$16.61
$2.40
14%
$5.92
$9.01
($3.09)
-34%
$7.27
$7.25
$0.02
0%
$9.03
n/a
n/a
n/a
$7.08
$8.20
($1.12)
-14%

Modern staples:  Modern prices crashed this week. Is this a reaction to the no changes B&R announcement? Maybe, or maybe because there are no big events coming up in the near future. 
 

Modern Cards
Price
Last Week
Change
% Change
$40.80
$41.02
($0.22)
-1%
$34.44
$32.16
$2.28
7%
$14.50
$17.08
($2.58)
-15%
$17.29
$22.25
($4.96)
-22%
$41.43
$43.81
($2.38)
-5%
$29.11
$27.38
$1.73
6%
$43.12
$56.57
($13.45)
-24%
$39.91
$42.46
($2.55)
-6%
$23.63
$26.67
($3.04)
-11%
$32.00
$32.09
($0.09)
0%
$30.45
$35.51
($5.06)
-14%
$16.89
$18.30
($1.41)
-8%
$59.11
$69.52
($10.41)
-15%
$36.64
$44.37
($7.73)
-17%
$24.86
$27.79
($2.93)
-11%
$16.01
$22.86
($6.85)
-30%
$23.74
$25.44
($1.70)
-7%
$25.71
$29.67
($3.96)
-13%
$35.51
$40.97
($5.46)
-13%
$23.06
$27.08
($4.02)
-15%

Legacy and Vintage: Legacy prices are slightly up, overall, while Vintage prices are down this week. Not sure what that says, if anything, about the formats.   
 

Legacy / Vintage Cards
Price
Last Week
Change
% Change
$19.73
$20.93
($1.20)
-6%
$65.89
$76.30
($10.41)
-14%
$24.72
$25.03
($0.31)
-1%
$25.77
$25.35
$0.42
2%
$46.57
$46.84
($0.27)
-1%
$50.82
$49.58
$1.24
3%
$25.23
$33.03
($7.80)
-24%
$25.23
$33.72
($8.49)
-25%
$31.48
$31.48
$0.00
0%
$46.99
$37.84
$9.15
24%
$21.85
$25.30
($3.45)
-14%
$32.53
$39.87
($7.34)
-18%
$31.40
$31.80
($0.40)
-1%
$35.56
$35.66
($0.10)
0%
$24.69
$26.97
($2.28)
-8%
$155.58
$152.23
$3.35
2%
$53.50
$51.27
$2.23
4%
$55.46
$50.26
$5.20
10%
$35.80
$37.23
($1.43)
-4%
$16.61
$16.79
($0.18)
-1%
$48.53
$47.17
$1.36
3%

Set Redemption: You can redeem complete sets on MTGO. You need to purchase a redemption voucher from the store for $25. During the next downtime, Wizards removes a complete set from your account and sends you the same set in paper.  Treasure Chests and the current booster packs are here because they don’t really fit anywhere else.   Remember that Kaladesh and Eldritch Moon will go off redemption soon, even before the older sets. This will be the last week for Kaladesh and Aether Revolt boosters. I left them this week just to show how hard they fell once they were no longer the new draft format.
 

Complete Set
Price
Last Week
Change
% Change
Aether Revolt
$62.43
$59.75
$2.68
4%
Amonkhet
$138.64
n/a
n/a
n/a
Battle for Zendikar
$49.25
$49.81
($0.56)
-1%
Eldritch Moon
$100.79
$96.71
$4.08
4%
Kaladesh
$92.46
$99.11
($6.65)
-7%
Oath of the Gatewatch
$74.73
$88.35
($13.62)
-15%
Shadows over Innistrad
$61.11
$64.96
($3.85)
-6%
Treasure Chest
$2.58
$2.58
$0.00
0%
Aether Revolt Booster
$2.79
$3.27
($0.48)
-15%
Kaladesh Booster
$1.20
$1.78
($0.58)
-33%
Amonkhet Booster
$3.55
n/a
n/a
n/a

 
The Good Stuff
The following is a list of all the non-promo, non-foil cards on MTGO that retail for more than $25 per card. These are the big ticket items in the world of MTGO. Sixty-five cards are on the list, (minus a dozen and change duplicates.)  Nothing from the new set – but Gorilla Shaman is still here. That seems nuts.
 

Name
Set
Rarity
 Price
Rishadan Port
 MM
Rare
 $ 155.58
Liliana of the Veil
 ISD
Mythic Rare
 $   67.74
Black Lotus
 VMA
Bonus
 $   65.89
True-Name Nemesis
 C13
Rare
 $   62.74
Liliana of the Veil
 MM3
Mythic Rare
 $   59.11
True-Name Nemesis
 PZ1
Mythic Rare
 $   55.46
Show and Tell
 UZ
Rare
 $   53.50
Wasteland
 TE
Uncommon
 $   53.28
Wasteland
 EXP
Mythic Rare
 $   52.49
Wasteland
 TPR
Rare
 $   51.54
Food Chain
 MM
Rare
 $   50.82
Wasteland
 EMA
Rare
 $   48.53
Mox Opal
 MS2
Bonus
 $   47.40
Engineered Explosives
 5DN
Rare
 $   47.39
Infernal Tutor
 DIS
Rare
 $   46.99
Exploration
 UZ
Rare
 $   46.57
Engineered Explosives
 MMA
Rare
 $   45.20
Tarmogoyf
 FUT
Rare
 $   43.39
Engineered Explosives
 MS2
Bonus
 $   43.12
Ensnaring Bridge
 ST
Rare
 $   43.03
Chalice of the Void
 MMA
Rare
 $   42.57
Ancestral Vision
 DD2
Rare
 $   41.79
Chalice of the Void
 MRD
Rare
 $   41.64
Chalice of the Void
 MS2
Bonus
 $   41.43
Force of Will
 MED
Rare
 $   41.25
Ensnaring Bridge
 MS2
Bonus
 $   41.22
Ancestral Vision
 TSP
Rare
 $   40.80
Ensnaring Bridge
 8ED
Rare
 $   40.10
Ensnaring Bridge
 7E
Rare
 $   39.91
Unmask
 V16
Mythic Rare
 $   37.90
Mox Opal
 SOM
Mythic Rare
 $   37.70
Tarmogoyf
 MM2
Mythic Rare
 $   37.13
Mox Opal
 MM2
Mythic Rare
 $   36.64
Unmask
 MM
Rare
 $   35.80
Tarmogoyf
 MMA
Mythic Rare
 $   35.72
Misdirection
 MM
Rare
 $   35.56
Tarmogoyf
 MM3
Mythic Rare
 $   35.51
Horizon Canopy
 EXP
Mythic Rare
 $   35.30
Force of Will
 MS3
Special
 $   34.66
Batterskull
 NPH
Mythic Rare
 $   34.44
Leovold, Emissary of Trest
 PZ2
Mythic Rare
 $   32.53
Karn Liberated
 NPH
Mythic Rare
 $   32.01
Horizon Canopy
 FUT
Rare
 $   32.00
Gaea's Cradle
 UZ
Rare
 $   31.48
Meren of Clan Nel Toth
 PZ1
Rare
 $   31.40
Karn Liberated
 MM2
Mythic Rare
 $   30.45
Scalding Tarn
 EXP
Mythic Rare
 $   30.13
Force of Will
 EMA
Mythic Rare
 $   29.95
Liliana, the Last Hope
 EMN
Mythic Rare
 $   29.85
Eidolon of the Great Revel
 JOU
Rare
 $   29.11
Fulminator Mage
 MM2
Rare
 $   28.58
Grim Monolith
 UL
Rare
 $   27.92
Fulminator Mage
 SHM
Rare
 $   27.45
City of Traitors
 EX
Rare
 $   26.63
Gorilla Shaman
 ALL
Common
 $   26.40
Noble Hierarch
 CON
Rare
 $   26.07
Grove of the Burnwillows
 V12
Mythic Rare
 $   26.05
Vendilion Clique
 MMA
Mythic Rare
 $   26.02
Surgical Extraction
 MM2
Rare
 $   25.78
Doomsday
 WL
Rare
 $   25.77
Surgical Extraction
 NPH
Rare
 $   25.71
Force of Will
 VMA
Rare
 $   25.23
From the Ashes
 C13
Rare
 $   25.23
Containment Priest
 C14
Rare
 $   25.14
Containment Priest
 PZ1
Rare
 $   25.04

 
The big number is the retail price of a playset (4 copies) of every card available on MTGO. Assuming you bought the least expensive versions available, the cost of owning a playset of every card on MTGO is approximately $ 24,415. That is down about $800 from last week, but that probably still includes the effects of the apparent sell-off that the initial B&R announcement created.
 
Weekly Highlights
 My first online sealed pool was amazing – no bombs, one Magma Spray and one Splendid Agony as my removal (plus two Illusionary Wrappings, if you want to count that.) Blue had four copies of Ancient Crab and five Floodwaters (one foil), plus three other blue creatures.  Blue was one of my better colors. Maybe my next league will be better. 
 
The highlight of the week, though, had to be the “no bans” announcement, followed with the “no, a ban” announcement. More than the announcements, I enjoyed sitting back with some popcorn and watching the responses. The sane and coherent ones, at least.   
 
PRJ
 
“One Million Words” on MTGO
 
 
This series is an ongoing tribute to Erik “Hamtastic” Friborg.
 
HammyBot Super Sale:  HammyBot was set up to sell off Erik Friborg’s collection, with all proceeds going to his wife and son. So far, HammyBot has raised over $8,000, but there are a lot of cards left in the collection. Those cards are being sold at MTGOTrader’s Buy Price.  
 
 

19 Comments

Where did you get the info by xger at Fri, 04/28/2017 - 13:18
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Where did you get the info that 1v1 commander will be clarified on May 1? I haven't been able to find that.

As for the not letting infinite combos by Aaron Forscythe, I'm positive he was referring to Standard only.

there was a vague tweet about by JXClaytor at Sat, 04/29/2017 - 00:07
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there was a vague tweet about it that it would be going out next week (that was sent during this week)

I do recall seeing that.

That was enough for me to by xger at Sat, 04/29/2017 - 18:29
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That was enough for me to find it.
https://twitter.com/trulyaliem/status/856644217128407040

sometimes I know what I am by JXClaytor at Sat, 04/29/2017 - 21:44
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sometimes I know what I am talking about vaguely :D

Trespassers curse, Gideon's by ArchGenius at Fri, 04/28/2017 - 13:55
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Trespassers curse, Gideon's intervention and the new viridian shaman could all be considered anti-copycat cards.

I think low Magic Online interest in the new set, which wasn't even out in stores yet, played a bigger role in the emergency ban than anything else. Prices were abysmal on Monday and Tuesday and so was prerelease attendance as far as I could see. No one was interested in the new set if standard was going to be the same old copycat deck. Also copycat has an online disadvantage because you need to click through making all the copies manually, which is the main reason I held off playing the deck. So if copycat was still doing that well even though it's more annoying to play online and there are hate cards for it, WotC finally realized how big a problem it was.

Seems like a reasonable by Paul Leicht at Fri, 04/28/2017 - 22:32
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Seems like a reasonable surmise.

Wizards announced a new by xger at Sat, 04/29/2017 - 18:17
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Wizards announced a new concurrent user number on Monday, so this is not the case.
https://twitter.com/mtg_lee/status/857343957872762882

I don't think you read the by Paul Leicht at Sat, 04/29/2017 - 18:36
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I don't think you read the same thing I did. Record number of concurrent players on mtgo does not equal happy customers. (though it is a great milestone)

Really curious what you think by xger at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 01:04
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Really curious what you think caused a concurrent user record if not the new set...

re by Hearts at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 02:59
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Just because wotc announce something doesnt mean there is substance to what they announce.

We don't know how strongly by ArchGenius at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 12:32
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We don't know how strongly log on rate is correlated to tournament attendance. I find it interesting that they would publish log on rates and not mention tournament attendance.

For all we know, everyone logged on to buy the copycat deck after finding out it wasn't banned.

This seems like one of those by xger at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 16:13
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This seems like one of those 'looks like X, smells like X, feels like X, but we didn't get the 100% official confirmation so it cannot be X' moments. You had your perspective, others had different. I saw lots of people playing in the tournaments, my twitter was filled with people playing and twitch was filled with streamers.

I admit this may not be the by ArchGenius at Tue, 05/02/2017 - 13:52
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I admit this may not be the case.

I think I might have been OK by Paul Leicht at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 18:23
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I think I might have been OK with "... so this MAY not be the case." or "... so I suspect this is not the case."

They also changed the combat by Hearts at Sat, 04/29/2017 - 04:11
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They also changed the combat shortcut this week.

Another lie by MichelleWong at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 03:32
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Another lie.

When will this troll be banned? How many more lies and inanities must we endure before action is finally taken against Hearts?

re by Hearts at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 03:46
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A liar is someone who deliberately tells falsehoods. Michelle has not seemed to do that, so calling her a liar is not a thing to do.

https://blogs.magicjudges.org/telliott/2017/04/24/policy-changes-for-amo...

OK, a case of boy who cried by MichelleWong at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 05:19
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OK, a case of boy who cried wolf it seems. You did not fabricate MTR text this time, I apologise for the comment.

Will you give me the same courtesy by apologising for the times that you have deliberately promulgated falsehoods on this site concerning the MTR, not to mention the slanders?

If I had ban power I would by JXClaytor at Mon, 05/01/2017 - 07:40
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If I had ban power I would have already done it, but I don't so I just stick to editing comments that need to be edited.