Quote from BlackWaltz3 »It means they aren't included in the ranking project I am currently doing. I don't think there is nearly as much interest in that list. I have run conspiracies < 10 times and don't run any un-cards/holiday promos. If someone else wants to do this add-on module right after this concludes, that's fine. It shouldn't be very difficult given that it is likely to get far less votes.
Quote from BlackWaltz3 »I'm going to stick with the categories I have already laid out.
Quote from calibretto »Quote from rantipole »Changing the subject, what are we doing with the draft-matters cards and the conspiracies?
I think we could do a Top 20 (or even maybe 25) Conspiracy / Draft Matters / Un-Cards, since a lot of cubers choose to lump these types of cards together into a separate add-on module and not cube with them all the time.
Quote from rantipole »Changing the subject, what are we doing with the draft-matters cards and the conspiracies?
I'm not sure what value there is to a list that has one person arguing that Ancestral Recall is better than Brainstorm, because it is more powerful, and another arguing the reverse because he prefers to play Legacy or pauper cube. And I'm not saying that one opinion is more valuable than the other. What I'm saying is that usefully comparing opinions in this way requires far more context and background than you get from a numerical list ordering cards by their name and nothing else.
I have to admit I'm mildly miffed by some of the comments suggesting the data we are embarking to obtain using similar definitions to that which we used in 2016 will provide "useless" data when we seemed to be fine with it then.
it was fun!
If he argues that it is more powerful in cube in general, he would be wrong.