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Spikefield Cave enters the battlefield tapped.
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2 months ago
Therealsideshowbob Before I review the links you posted, I am going to state that I am not an employee, representative, or in any way connected to Hasbro, Wizards of the Coast, or any division thereof, nor do I claim to have any influence over their policies or products. In short, I don't work for WotC, and suggesting I do accomplishes nothing.
Secondly, "i don't need a proof because i know what i know" and "the devs are the only ones with the actual data that they can manipulate to hide proof" is completely meaningless. As a parallel, I can claim that I know that the asteroid near miss from last July was a result of you trying to turn the South American continent into a glassy crater, and that you destroyed all your notes and plans when it failed. "I don't need a proof, I know what I know. You're the only one with actual data that you can destroy to hide proof." Both claims are equally valid given the evidence available, and the proffered "evidence' is equally useless.
Third, YouTube is hardly a more reliable source than "google it." Videos can be staged and edited. Could you please provide a link to a video you consider conclusive?
For my final comment before I look at the Imgur pictures, there are still unresolved questions.
Outside of winning and losing streaks of 15 or more, how often do you win or lose only one or two in a row?
How can you demonstrate that your wins are rigged?
What is the purpose of making a consumer angry at your product?
Who are matches rigged in favor of, and what is the purpose of artificially generating both winning and losing streaks for the same player?
What non-anecdotal evidence have you collected?
For the Imgur pictures you linked, I see a Belcher deck relying on double-faced land cards, which are revealed as their front, non-land face. Specifically, I see a Spikefield Cave Flip, Sea Gate, Reborn Flip, Shatterskull, the Hammer Pass Flip, and what might be a Song-Mad Ruins Flip as the lands in play, and a double-faced card that I can't identify as part of the reveled cards. This is not only expected, but virtually required for the functioning of the current Belcher deck.
This link has a decklist that I expect will be similar to the deck in the images you posted, and it has zero cards listed as lands. This is how Belcher decks work; the mana is provided from Treasure tokens and MDFC lands. In the MTGAZone decklist, there are a very reasonable 36 cards dedicated to mana production, with 24 of those playable as lands. I see nothing suspicious with the pictures posted.