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I kinda wish they saved this for a hybrid block because it could easily be

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According to Purple, Fallingman is a better designer than WOTC. Discuss.

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CotW is a method for ranking cards in increasing order of printability.

*"To YMTC it up" means to design cards that have value mostly from a design perspective. i.e. you would put them in a case under glass in your living room and visitors could remark upon the wonderful design principles, with nobody ever worring if the cards are annoying/pointless/confusing in actual play

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:23 pm 
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>Better designer than WotC

Like that's hard?


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 1:21 pm 
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Although to be fair, they were designing within the context of a set where the only hybrid cards were halves of split cards.

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CotW is a method for ranking cards in increasing order of printability.

*"To YMTC it up" means to design cards that have value mostly from a design perspective. i.e. you would put them in a case under glass in your living room and visitors could remark upon the wonderful design principles, with nobody ever worring if the cards are annoying/pointless/confusing in actual play

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 4:25 pm 
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C'mon, Fallingman. You can't just pop back in here to point our how you Sarnathed WoTC and then leave again.

We miss you.

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TPmanW wrote:
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Although to be fair, they were designing within the context of a set where the only hybrid cards were halves of split cards.

There was also a cycle of common hybrid cards, but this wouldn't fit there either.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:46 pm 
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Libe wrote:
Fallingman wrote:

C'mon, Fallingman. You can't just pop back in here to point our how you Sarnathed WoTC and then leave again.

We miss you.


It's been a long time since I've done anything Magic related, unfortunately. The sequel to Code of the Sphinx sort of ran dry. But I've been branching out and trying my hand at my own board game designs. Who knows where that might lead!


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