Quote from LeoninKha »Uhm, I doubt you can say its easy to shuffle. Heck, I bet most of you here separate your decks in two and shuffle them like that.
Thats a problem, don't deny its there.
Quote from LeoninKha »Brands would still sell packs of 100 sleeves (they did WAY before Commander was this popular).
Quote from Julian »Is Vastwood Surge better than Migration Path in a dedicated ramp deck? I can imagine still wanting lands 9 and 10, and the counters are worth a card.
How i feel about competitive players and casual players in EDH: The competitive are german tourists, the casual are italian tourists, both in a italian beach. The italians asking themselves "why are the germans here?" make a legitimate question, the answer is because the beach is beautiful, no matter the country you came from. The italians wanting to ban the germans are dumb, because if the germans pay for their stay and follow the rules like everyone else, they have the right to be in the beach. Hovewer, if the germans started to ask themselves "why are the italians here?"... they would be dumb as hell.
Quote from Cranky »As to your second point, I'm not sure why you're being so combative.
...New players enjoy the RC's style..., and for the most part very quickly evolve their play into something more inherently interesting as they grow.
Quote from Cranky »Not everyone gets to the point where they find a cEDH level of interaction and complexity enjoyable, but I've been playing EDH for a decade and watched new players slowly lose interest in the stale ramp>dragon>swing format the RC advocates and move into more complicated, interactive decks with more engaging play patterns and knobs to turn.
Quote from ChristianKl »Walking Atlas doesn't go infinite with this. The minotaur doesn't give you additional mainphases and the untap is only happening after the mainphase.
Quote from JovianHomarid »Bloodchief's Thirst is quite good. It trades up or even on mana on everything except 3CMC creatures.
Quote from rowanalpha »they don't do functional errata to existing cards, even when reprinting.
Quote from FlossedBeaver »Did you forget about Oubliette?
(see what I did there)