Quote from coyotemoon722For some weird reason I feel that day/night may revolve around 1 of 2 things:
1. Day will be odd number of lands in play, Night even.
2. You cast a spell that makes it night, or day for that matter.
Those are my two ideas, take it for what you will.
Quote from Eberbacher1. Wizzards has dates where they release the ban list, so this was the last date for them to ban it, which, after the last few month of tournament results, was something they wanted to do
Quote from ZytzAre you really saying that WoTC should have yanked the product because a portion of the population of a single competitive format might be affected by the bannings?
TL;DR - you seem butthurt to the point of delusion.
Quote from Count DorkuThis isn't even remotely true. You can tweak the deck plenty. You just have to take the Mystics out as one of those tweaks.
Quote from ChaoswormSo if the consumer wasn't aware of the fact that a banning announcement was going to come shortly after the product was released and some cards in the product were obviously too powerful for a format, it's WotC's fault and illegal?
I don't think so.
Quote from UNBAN SHAHRAZADThere's been talk about banning Jace and Stoneforge for a while now. If a retailer wanted to roll the dice and gamble that those cards weren't going to get banned, then he got burned. But it's okay, there are still Jaces and Stoneforges in those packs!
Quote from mondu_the_fatWhy is this bad business ethics?
They didn't cheat buyers. The banning only serves one format. You can always play another format, or ignore whatever B&R lists that exists and play casual.
Quote from Haloscope »Hey Lightster,
Well, we can all talk about the terms of the lawsuit - that's totally public information. Its the terms of the settlement that we won't be discussing. Actually, yeah, I did see that comment about precedents - but there's not much for me to say on the topic. Neither myself nor Daron have ever been privy to WotC's goals/thoughts/etc.
Quote from Username »I'm waiting for something to happen too. Like Wizards dropping the lawsuit and admitting that they were being asses about the whole situation. Now that would be nice!
Quote from Username »I remember that too... several years ago, in a MTG.com article, MTGNews was referenced in a non-negative manner because it had spoilers. Was there a change in Wizards' corporate policy?
Quote from Jiyor »This has been stated almost literaly a billion times before.And 10 whos to be exact.I'm guessing the playtest groups are made up of 10 people.