Quote from Superna7ural »
I simply said nobody is drafting it for the main anymore.
My players seem to enjoy building around problems seeking solutions, and just because they do so, doesn't mean they are casual players. At least in the context and in relation to your draft format.
If they are skilled at card evaluation , and not main decking thoughtseize, it means that winning is a low priority to these players, even when deck building. That sounds like the definition of casual to me.
But I do agree you should do what you want heh... just don't be surprised if it gets some negative feedback.. there are assumptions that go into suggestions for cube design.. and we have to make those assumptions to some degree to have a productive discussion.
Like when people ask "should I include card X or Y"? It's unreasonable to ask them every single thing about their cube composition and playgroups preference before you answer that question. You have to assume there aren't too many extreme deviations from the accepted norm.