That list is pretty legit. Thanks for sharing it! I am mostly interested in the top lists around, but a few of the things that I saw seem to have potential (warped pleasures).
I thought frontier (you call(ed) it current?) was going to launch right as m15 dropped, oh well.
What are your thoughts on making frontier similar to extended, the difference being set rotations when the new border is introduced?
My apologies if this is too personal (if it is, ignore the following), but do you ever identify as a male (anymore?)?
January 25, 2017 3:21 a.m.
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Fetches are expensive because 75%+ of competitive decks needs them to function on a competitive level. The fetches that are more expensive are as such due to those colours seeing more competitive play than the others.
Further, the Zendikar fetches are more expensive than the KTK ones for two reasons: A) Zendikar is much older and was not opened as much as KTK was. B) KTK fetches are actually reprints.
February 15, 2017 2:01 a.m.
Until the cube feature becomes identical to the decklist, just make a decklist of your cube so you can properly organize things, then make a cubetutor one.
Cubetutor has organization features that are simply far superior than what this site is designed for. For example you can't change the colour, type or rarity of your card for cube nor can you organize how your packs are laid out in custom draft profiles. Further the AI for cubetutor is superior as it contains algorithms based on popular picks in the cube, algorithms based on tag data and card identity, and even pick reports to fine tune how the algorithms function on a card by card basis. Finally, cubetutor records a lot of data. All your past pick data and decks that are built with that cube stored as data in the cube itself. So whereas we would have to make a new decklist, the decks made in cubetutor are joined with the cubes themselves. And the graphs show multicoloured as individual sections rather than lumping them all into one gold category that we do.
I recommend utilizing both this site and cubetutor because each site presents something to the table. The biggest benefit this site has over cubetutor is the application of custom categories, which allow you to organize your archetypes with incredible ease, not something you can do in cubetutor. Further, the editing page on this site is much easier and simpler, and you can alter card data as you enter it in terms of custom categories. Speaking of data, are graphs and charts are much easier to read and derive data off of rather than compared to cubetutor. Finally, discussions on your cube are much easier here as there is no existing local forum on cubetutor, each cube has its own forum but no one ever uses it.
Yeago, if you want people to use this site over cubetutor in terms of cube functions, you'd have to do some serious work on the cube section of the site to make it better.
February 15, 2017 1:56 a.m.
Just a little update here, I'm not going to be accepting any submissions due to just how time consuming it is to edit submissions to make them acceptable, and that there's a new system in the works to account for numerous potential iterations of a combo under one file and description.
February 15, 2017 1:50 a.m.
A lot of sleeve factories seem to be having quality issues. KMC is just one of many companies hit in the blip on quality that has seemed to stretch out for a year and a half.
February 15, 2017 1:49 a.m.
That shouldn't be difficult to implement, and is incredibly useful for 100 card singleton and cube formats.
February 15, 2017 1:34 a.m.
A token doesn't really take up much space. Also, playtester V2 isn't the best for commander, V1 is better as it allows for more space. Additionally, you can zoom out, which effectively just makes the cards smaller.
February 6, 2017 11:26 p.m.
Why not just put a counter on an energy token to denote multiples of them?
February 5, 2017 12:05 a.m.
Forgot I had already done most of that a while back.
February 5, 2017 12:04 a.m.
Prison strategies are actually showing competitive standing WhisperingBlade? If anything, almost all of my enchantment removal stuff should be removed as their entire purpose, Boggles, is never really going to be a prominent deck anymore.
February 5, 2017 12:02 a.m.
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