"Ah, the age-old conundrum. Defenders of a game are too blind to see it's broken, and critics are too idiotic to see that it isn't." - Brian McCormick
Creator of the Multiverse database for custom sets, the Magic Turing machine (proving Magic Turing-complete) and the random Magic card generator.
Very interesting stuff. Great to hear this meaty, in-depth internal stuff that we couldn't hear from anywhere else. Great article - thanks!I'd be interested to hear slightly more specific examples. Mercurial Chemister was created as a development card: for what purpose? I mean, he's awesome, but I'd be interested to hear what does he accomplish for Izzet that wasn't accomplished by the other Izzet rares?In fact, there's an article idea: just go through about ten development-created cards from any given set (Dragon's Maze, Theros, whatever; preferably not a core set though), saying for each one what the problem was with the previous occupant of that slot and what the aim of the new card was.
In The Flesh (Part I) Clip - Pink Floyd
Archangel's Light < light of day ?Mercurial Chemister blue's single color card draw is weak so red needed a stronger card draw option ?SPS ?EVL ?TML ?DH ?ID ?BH ?MM ?OK, I understand the difference between D & D , thanksThe players bring the flavor to the game I would expect that. > most failed, and two players very reluctantly slipped into blue because the first-pick blue commons were going ninth pick in the first pack. Trained Condor a kite watching for left overs - Wizard of the seven eyes I'd draft m14 again
I'm not sure if this is in another language, or if you just had a stroke while writing this, but it is basically unintelligable.
No longer a commander as of 7/29/13.