Quote from Stoogeslap »Would this mean the previews will also get pushed back? I apologize ahead of time if this has been addressed in this post or another, but upon surface scratching of the posts, do not remember reading it and it happens to be late, so I am too tired/lazy to read all replies. Thanks in advance...
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To me, it's less of a question of will WotC change their product release strategies, and more a question of how. And businesses are still grappling with timelines, so I doubt even WotC knows right now.
Quote from mikeyG »Quote from xaltair »They'll have to stay closed until June probably, that's more realistic.
Even June seems far too optimistic. Until we have a vaccine or a comprehensive global testing system in place to detect and quarantine/treat infected people, relaxation of aggressive suppression strategies (like social distancing and closing non-essential services) is asking for additional waves of infection rate spikes. A vaccine is still 12+ months out at best, and despite advances in rapid testing I'm not confident we're returning to any sort of normalcy (as most envision it, at least) in under three months. Honestly, I'm just going to be grateful if we as a globe have this pandemic under any sort of control by the end of the calendar year.
I really don't want to be right, obviously, but if I am, WotC is going to have to seriously reassess its release strategies for products going forward.
Quote from xaltair »They'll have to stay closed until June probably, that's more realistic.
We will continue to monitor these dates and make updates as necessary.
1: Gain control of target triggered ability from a creature source. You may choose new targets for it.
At the beginning of your end step, you may choose another nonland permanent you control. If you do, put a veil counter on it and it gains hexproof. You lose life equal to the chosen permanant's converted mana cost.
At the beginning of your end step, you may choose a nonland permanent you control, if you do, you lose life equal to its converted mana cost. If you lost life this way, put a veil counter on the chosen permanent and it gains hexproof.
At the beginning of your end step, you may choose another nonland permanent you control and pay life equal to its converted mana cost. If you do, put a veil counter on it and it gains hexproof.
A one-mana card that recycles your spells in addition to providing a body is already beyond good without the ability to continuously buy back spells for you each turn. It doesn't even matter that the card is random, you still get a better card draw and all this needs to get going is your early Opt, though Shock also gets a lot better if it comes back over-and-over. Essence Scatter can get annoying really fast - so can any early answer. And then Glimmer of Genius. And never will this just draw you a land. Bonkers.
Unrelated Question, where do you get that frame for the legendary cards? In which program do you make them?