Quote from GustavitoHouses »I'm not really a negative person. Modern is my favorite format. I really don't know how much time does that feeling has left.
I didn't enjoy Top 8, it was really awful to see those Breach decks try to outrace the aggro decks of the format.
I despise Hatebears and i was rooting for it.
Now that we have another Affinity in our sideboards to deal with(Dredge) for the first time in my 5 years as a MTG player i'm considering playing Standard or just go Draft to have some fun.
I think is time to give the format some different aproach. You have to be blind and deaf to not realize Modern is a linear fest where trying to goldsfish is money in the bank.
R&D just have to figure it out, don't ask the community to do their jobs for you. I don't know if it's Twin Unban, Dark Depths, Counterspell reprint whatever it is. There has to be someway to make control decks take down big tournaments.
The level of noninteractive decks is just becoming too much for me too. I don't see how Suicide Zoo can stay around much longer. How many times can it win on turn 3/4 through multiple instances of interaction? Burn has its place, but I really question a format where it is a 1 A/B/C deck. Affinity isn't looking as bad, but I am starting to understand why people can say Mox is an issue. Doesn't help that a lot of players seem to think Grim Flayer is a playable card at this point though…