this thread holds all results for the Multiplayer Cube Power Rankings (the voting and discussion thread can be found here).
Votes were taken from this forum, the MTGS Multiplayer forum, the WotC Multiplayer forum, and my personal playgroup. The numbers posted in this thread are the average number of points assigned to each card, rounded to the nearest tenth (10 points for #1, 9 points for #2, and so on).
I will eventually post a link to the spreadsheet containing all votes. Hang in there!
Seventy different cards received votes, meaning we had a high variance in what different people considered the top ten (which is why we're doing this, after all!) - the average list included two cards nobody else voted for.
When it appeared in a list, Bloodghast was never lower than fourth.
Seventy-one different cards received votes, with only twenty-five of these receiving multiples. This means that we had a high variance in what different people considered the top ten (which is why we're doing this, after all!) - the average list included three cards nobody else voted for.
It was a fascinating vote - many people stuck to Legacy banned lists or budget considerations and left Power 9 pieces off their lists. Inevitably, this meant they voted for Sol Ring, followed by a country assortment of options. Some also split the Moxen up, resulting in some being ranked above Black Lotus, and some below!
53 different cards received votes. Out of these, 37 cards received multiple votes, and 31 appeared in three or more lists.
Sol Ring got home in a canter. Its ranking of 8.4 is the highest of any card in the Multiplayer Rankings so far. Most ranked it ahead of the Moxen.
Sol Ring also appeared in every list (only the second time this has happened) - it received 7 out of the 12 top votes, with Black Lotus getting three of the others.
Just missing the top ten were Mana Crypt (2.1) and the full set of ten Ravnica Signets (2.0, and voted for as a pack by all parties).
Rank# - Card Name - Average - Votes received
Sol Ring - 8.4 (10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 8, 8, 7, 4, 4)
Dragon Broodmother got home by being the only card to appear in five of the ten lists (with the remaining cards in the top five, along with Hull Breach, appearing in four each).
Yes, yes, I know... Dragonlair Spider was, strictly speaking, an invalid vote for this poll (it was printed in Planechase 2012, after DKA came out, so we'd already started these polls). But a few of you voted for it because I didn't rule out PC2012 in the rules. So it's in. Consider it a lucky spider (Baleful Strix didn't fare so well last week)!
18 different cards received votes. Out of these, seven cards received multiple votes, and only five appeared in three or more lists.
This one was a fascinating vote. The seven voters picked seven different top cards. And no, Edric wasn't one of them. He's the first card to top a full vote without seeing top votes from somebody along the way.