Quote from idSurge »I'm not kidding when I say you'll never convince me, that attacking/blocking is Interaction. Feel free to post up more examples, but it wont change anything.
Its not even an 'agree to disagree', I dont care. Creature combat is not what I call interactive magic. Its the mundane, boring, 'we are playing limited now' version of Magic, and I wont ever agree with you on this.
Boring and not interacting don't have anything to do with each other. This is one instance where your bias is clouding your judgement. You are free to think however you like but I certainly would not bring it up here because it dilutes the good points you do make. It's so ridiculously clear that attacking and blocking is a form of interaction that any statement you claim to make to the contrary is just your personal preference coming through in your words.
I'm more interested in describing "fair". It is an interesting concept because I believe we all have an idea of what we mean when we say it, but it is an extremely difficult thing to define as we have seen here. If we can't even agree on what a theoretical "fair" or "unfair" deck means (and I don't mean examples of decks but rather criteria that separates them) then we have no hope of applying the label to actual decks that lie somewhere in the middle of the spectrum.