Quote from SpeedGrapher »They could choose a different business model and print 5 high value cards each standard set until they run out of cards over $40.
Quote from Shadow345 »I hope Pioneer overtakes Modern so Fetchland prices go down.
Quote from AlecPyron »They should go all in anime-style and trigger more people and call mangakas and doujinshi artists and have the proper "anime style". It would be cool if they had Akira Toriyama, Rumiko Takahashi, or Eiichiro Oda draw some of them.
I'm happy with Amano's piece, but I wish they had other prominent artists like Tsutomu Nihei, Huke, or Ghibli style ones which have a more general appeal.
Quote from Neuroticneurok »The problem is that American consumers are quite fickle and lazy.
Quote from Neuroticneurok »Why is it always this all or nothing approach in gaming business? Either you're making billions or it's just not worth it to bother? What happened to being proud of modest successes and stability?
Quote from Colt47 »I love the smell of corporate in the morning.
I don't buy it for a second that getting rid of MSRP is good for the consumer. That's basically giving less information and saying that less information is good for us when their entire problem has been a lack of communication, bad set design, and refusal to improve card quality in the long term due to financial pressure from the stockholders.
Not to mention, this just looks like them trying to get even further away from the possibility of admitting there is a secondary market.
Quote from Carthage »The more auto includes they print, the less interested I am in this format. There are so many cards now that are so individually strong that I feel like I have no more room for fun deckbuilding. Why try and find synergy when I have 50 cards that are roughly as strong with no conditions?
Quote from arrogantAxolotl »
Something I've always valued in message boards is that, while writers have always been free to dump their thoughts in a careless manner, the mechanics of message boards don't encourage it to the extent social media does. People like me will just spend their time meticulously crafting their posts in such a way that their ideas are shared with as much clarity and refinement as possible. I don't know why that is exactly. All I know is that the overall format here is just better for having conversations.
Quote from MoonliteKnight »That Tamayo looks soo much better than the regular one we're getting in the West.