Quote from RobertZdar »Here, I set up a page for you: https://www.facebook.com/Singleton100/
I think variations on the format are a good thing to explore when we have more consistent players. As you point out, not everyone is interested in building decks for these variations. I find it time consuming to build 100 card singleton decks from scratch, which is what I'll have to do for each variation. I can't make it every time normally and this would probably make it harder for me.
Quote from Gq1rf7 »Probably a famous Youtuber's video about MTGO PRE's would just fix things. Sometimes when they make deck techs about not so popular decks and I say 'hey, this looks cool, I go check how much these cards cost and then maybe build it too' I just find that the cards' prices just got spiked somewhat since the video's release day. If only 1% of the viewers try a PRE, that's still a couple hundred people. The problem with this I think is that if they don't do PRE's already, why would they advise it? And how? If they just tried it once or twice they wouldnt really be competent. So I'm just sorry none of them is really into PRE's.
I could think of one special format that is not too stupid or weird. Other than heirloom, maybe silverblack (only commons and uncommons)? It sounds fun for me. Different enough from regular, but still mainstream. Building decks look easier as well than in heirloom for example, or maybe even the current vintage. Would red decks be too good though in silverblack?
Quote from GumgodMTG » It uploads straight to YouTube, but it can take a while to process a video so I'm not sure if you'd want to record during an event.
Quote from Gq1rf7 »Probably a famous Youtuber's video about MTGO PRE's would just fix things.
Quote from ML_Berlin »Quote from GumgodMTG » It uploads straight to YouTube, but it can take a while to process a video so I'm not sure if you'd want to record during an event.
I never uploaded a video so far, do you mean, while recording MTGO will be lagging heavily, or that the PC will be occupied for severeal hours afterwards? I thought the processing of a video is after recording? Or is it because the software uploads immediately? We don't need that, and if we want to make comments, it might be better to do them afterwards. My idea was to have some videos named 'Highlander (S100) tournament or finals 3/12/16' etc. on Youtube with our link. So people can see that there is such a tournament regularly and can find us. Commented games might be even better, but I didn't think of it before, because Mike has no mike