and if (say) the green common vanilla was statted at 4/3 to deliberately avoid the common red burn spell, which dealt 2 damage, but which now deals 3 damage because it needed to cost another two mana and not be a totally awful card..
it would probably become something like volt charge or brimstone volley, or burn trail on the high end.what song is he talking about for kareoke?
76125763 wrote:Zindaras' meta is like a fossil, ancient and its secrets yet to be uncovered. Only men of yore, long dead, knew of it.
Say, for example, we've realized that nobody has drafted black-green in any of the last three Magic 20X6 playtests. Is the problem with the individual black and green cards? Do the cards lack inherent synergy? Do the power cards in each color combination compete with each other on the mana curve, so that drafting them together creates diminishing returns? Is there a specific strategy—maybe speed-infect, or graveyard-matters—that the color combination naturally plays into that we could enable more directly with a choice uncommon or two?
"You probably have played a lot of Magic, and are probably part of what someone could accurately describe as a "Magic Community."But I am a longtime (1994) "kitchen" table casual player. The terms likelihood and probably basically cover this, but what I find interesting is the infrequency that my audience ( and the presumption I am not alone, but maybe that is cognitive bias) is addressed on "Magic Community".
But I am a longtime (1994) "kitchen" table casual player. The terms likelihood and probably basically cover this, but what I find interesting is the infrequency that my audience ( and the presumption I am not alone, but maybe that is cognitive bias) is addressed on "Magic Community".
Even if you play casually, his statement still applies to you. Nowhere does it indicate that you play at a tournament level. It merely indicates that you are aware that things such as draft exist, and that you consider Magic to be more than just another random game. From your post, you still sound like you fit the description of a Magic Player, even if you only play casually.And casual is relative. There's a huge difference between "Between the four of us we own exactly four precons" and owning a significant enough chunk of cards that you have multiple decks that include a strategy more coherent then "Play stuff that's pretty good and attack."