This is probably one of the strongest selling points of the game. I play MTG and love limited, but the entry fee + work means I usually only go to Pre-Release and Release events when they happen. Being able to draft cards whenever I want is a god send for me as a CCG player.
People are so scarred by the greedy corporations like EA that anytime anything costs money, it’s some big outrage. But like you say in the article, this is how trading cards have functioned for all of their existence. Sure the game is “pay to win,” just like MTG is “pay to win,” just like any hobby based on collecting… Read more
20$ to get in gets you a few starter decks, 10 packs, and 5 event tickets.
Youre not paying just to access the game, youre just required to “Buy” this much stuff to access it.
I was going to skip it entirely until they decided to add a free phantom draft (no prizes), to the queue. If draft is all you are after, and… Read more
Fatigue, mostly. It’s not that they named one card, it’s that they named like hundreds of cards, went through multiple iterations, maybe the card effect changed at some point (like was originally ANY card, then changed to Black card later), and no one with fresh eyes were left to look over it. Read more
I can confidently confirm, with the electricity bill in hand and KwH numbers, that it is indeed WAY more efficient to leave the AC off during work hours and turning it on when you get home.
Unless you’re using the new Inverter type ACs, an air conditioner unit will go full blast until it reaches the required temperature and then turn off, then turn on again when the temperature rises to a certain degree. It doesn’t work harder, it just works for a bit longer, a lot less longer than, say, a full 9 work… Read more
You contradicted yourself there. You want subscribers to meet the Ad revenue threshold...yet you dont care about it and do it out of love... but that inability to monetize took the wind out of your sails? SSo if you love it...how does this discourage you unless you care about money. Do you do realize that even at 1k… Read more