I think there will be several people who would like to duel you in s100 on Magic Online. I'd be happy to duel you (username Michelle_Wong), but I rarely go to Magic Online nowadays, so the chance that you would randomly encounter me online is slim. Others will hopefully come forward.
I am sad that you discovered this website at the worst possible moment. If you had joined us a few years ago, you would have experienced the Golden Age of this format, where we enjoyed the s100 format in a land flowing with milk and honey.
Thanks for your response. I met stsung yesterday on modo for the first time. She told me about you and some other people so I added you, lowman02, ML_Berlin and some other names I have seen in this forum and will see when you're online. Would be great to battle one day. I mostly Play German Highlander and have an updated Oath/Loam list to battle with on modo. If you only play s100 I'd have to add a Sideboard and make some changes due to the different ban lists (by the way where can I find the most actual banlist for s100?). I am from Switzerland so that's GMT+1. I am normally online 8pm to 11pm during the week and occasionally during daytime on weekends. My modo-username is mtgshark87.
@all: Please add me if you're interested in a game of German Highlander and/or s100 from time to time.
The banlist is on page 1 of this thread; it does have one error in it; Imperial Seal was banned at the time of the format stopping as a PRE event, but is not listed as banned. That said, it's a fairly minor oversight and I don't think most folks would begrudge you for playing it, at least I wouldn't. When the format closed as a PRE event, we were close to a voting cycle for banning and unbanning cards, there were a few that I know some players expected to vote for to come off of the banlist: Imp Seal, Gifts Ungiven, and Top all come to mind. The ban list is exceedingly close, actually more permissive in 100c (mostly for combo) than German HL, but the biggest difference is the sideboard--from a format variety standpoint what this sort of nerfed was RDW style decks, they didn't often do well in tournament play with sideboard options available and were replaced as the format budget option with WW beatdown decks, which evidently proved harder to totally nerf with a SB. That said, the sample size on that is small, and the format's card pool expanded 2-3 times before closing out; to include a lot of cards that enable much better combo and control decks, so I think we would have seen a re-emergence of RDW in the format if the format had continued to be played competitively.
I just turned on MTGO for the first time in about 2-3 months...I've got about 2-300 singleton decks sitting around (in varied states of being 100CS, CanHlander, and some German HL...however, I can't promise the latter two formats still have the same ban lists as when I built those decks), so if you want a game hit me up. I'm lowman02 on modo.