I share your exact sentiment. How a game feels for many players cannot Be dismissed by anyone on here. Especially when thaycannot mathematically disprove this current statement on modern.Quote from Vissah »Quote from thnkr »@Vissah, The problem with this statement...
I think we all should agree that when a format has a thread going that is called the sate of Modern and it fills up with thousands of post the format is far from healthy and perfect.
...is that it assumes that there is only one explanation for the "thousands of posts", and that it assumes that all (or the majority) of those posts are criticisms of the format. There are other explanations that can exist. Simply because some number of vocal people complain about something doesn't mean that their complaints are justified.
On that note, I think it would likely benefit those of us who actually want to participate in a constructive analysis of the format and game if a new pinned thread were created for doing just that - Complainers can have their own thread.
It`s just a way of speech mate nothing more nothing less. Thousand of posts looks better then a couple posts right?
I know it is a group of people who like to complain but hey even if you get your own `constructive analysis` thread you really think complainers won`t follow you there?
Anyway I also see that some people share the same thought as me. I loved Modern when I started it and I played it a lot but the last time it is like I said before starting to feel more and more like a lotery.
I play Dredge in Legacy and Modern and I know I have my bad matchups in Legacy as well but they don`t feel like an instant loss. I feel and I know that I still have a chance of winning those with some tight play and sometimes a little but of luck.
Enjoy legacy man its a great format, I wish I had the coin to join.
And thanks for being open minded and seeing both sides of the argument.
It's rare to find that in a person it seems on this inbred forum,Ruled by a few.
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