Well; made platinum (ranked) twice and stopped because I'm not gonna run 1 deck over and over against try-hard's. Lol, losing testosterone and hair I guess. Do you play draft? Tried 3 times. Got bitch slapped twice and went 7wins n 3 losses n the free draft last week. I know its a curve but potentially it could be free to play. Your thoughts sir. As again, TYVM.
Congrats on platinum! :) Draft is usually the way I farm for rares. I enjoy playing it instead of constructed. You rarely get the same match-up, decks are not super-fine tuned and it's a great exercise in deck building. Although, for me it heavily depends on the set. For example Eldraine I enjoyed very much (at least until everyone started playing blue mill because Wizards didn't care about the draft bots), Theros was pretty meh (didn't like the set in general), Ikoria was a blast again. Oh, and cube ofc depends on what cards are in there.
I still consider myself more of a standard/constructed player, but some rounds of draft is a welcome change.
Where can I find what Azorius, Boros, Dimir, Izzet, Golgari, Gruul, snyaOrzhov, Selesnya and Simic means and where name came from. Thousands of games and when I see them on youtube I don't habla. Be safe and thanks. When r u playing roughly. Love to play (lose) against u.
those are the names of certain color combinations. You can look up the most common ones in our Color article. The two-colored combinations came from the Guilds on Ravnica. Three-colored ones like Esper, Bant, etc originated from the Shards of Alara paper set -- they are also referred to as arcs or wedges.
Four-colored ones or "Nephilim" also have specific names, but we don't have those on the wiki. Personally, I find it easier to highlight which color the deck does not use. So, for example a deck using
/white-blue-black-green would be called "Witch-Maw". For me it is easier to say it's a "non-red" deck. Shorter; everybody understands what it means. Hope this makes sense. ;)
Currently not playing a lot, but you will probably catch me during the EU evening hours.
You can reroll one single quest once every 24 hours. After 24 hours you can reroll again -- it doesn't matter if it's the same quest again, but you have only one try per day, not more. Hope this will answer your question. :)
Thanks bra, you always come thru. I play several times each night between 9pm. and 4am. It varies but I keep all quests caught up. I topped at platinum(?) 1st tier last cycle. That's tier above gold lowest rung if that makes sense. If you want to play my name is "Glider#73322" on MTG Arena. If not thanks again. And from Louisiana I say "c'est les bon temps roulle"
Personally, I'm staying completely free-to-play until I feel Wizards is doing a good job and care more about the community and players having fun instead of maximizing their profits (see the Brawlidays rip-off). And pre-ordering is a bad idea in general imo.
The Elspeth or "Play Bundle" will get you a bunch of cosmetics -- which I don't care about. The sealed tokens look interesting, but not for 50 bucks. I'd rather try to find a good soul on reddit who shares a code with the community. You can unlock the rest for free.
The Ashiok or "Pack Bundle" is around 10k gems worth in packs. That's almost the same as you would pay anyway -- maybe a bit less. Same as above, don't care about the cosmetics.
Can't tell you what you should do with your hard earned cash, but for me this "deal" isn't very appealing. I'd rather have some fun with drafting and get cards and gems while playing. But again, that's just my idea of a free-to-play game. ;)
Decks on the wiki go through a reviewing process which includes a variety of criteria: from the obvious attributes like deck size, correct colors, etc to stuff like deck title, "did the same user double post the deck" or "is it a copy of a deck we already have on the wiki". This is all done by hand and we got a multitude of (unapproved) submissions each day. Keeping a deck on the wiki is a case-by-case decision really. I hope you can imagine the amount of work we are putting into it.
The problem on our end with the Zombieland deck was this: the user who posted it, submitted the list anonymously. Posting your decks on the wiki without making an (free) account is totally fine and appreciated, but if there's anything unclear or we got questions about the deck, we don't have a way to contact the user.
If someone posts a deck while being logged into their account, we can communicate the issue e.g. through their message wall and come to a solution. Basically it's more likely a deck will be deleted if it's submitted anonymously and there is an issue.
So, my general advice is: create an account! It's free. We don't make money off of it, but it helps us immensely keeping in touch and improving the quality of content on the wiki.
The Zombieland deck is restored by now. (In case it doesn't display properly trying clearing your browser cache.) Hope you enjoy playing it.
If I can be of any other assistance, feel free to contact me anytime. :)
The RIX and DAR planeswalker decks are not there on the planeswalker decks page so i have added them by deck import. Can you please add them on the planeswalker decks page and remove the custom and core set 2020 season categories?
Good work there! :) You can simply expand the list on the planeswalker decks page. I added the RIX Vraska deck so you can see how that's done.
Managing categories is pretty easy as well. You can remove categories when you edit a page. There is a small "x" or trash can icon to the right. If you wanna know more about that, here is the regarding help article.
Went to import deck from pc to wiki and game said it was on my clipboard? Oh Holy what is that? Playing Arena and want to break down deck for when I start entering drafts. Need to learn how to draft. Thank you "Enlightened One".
Not sure if I got this right. So, in-game you highlight the deck and hit the "export" button. The game then copies the list to your clipboard. After that you go to the wiki and paste the list to the box on the page.
IIRC this doesn't work with draft decks though. In this case you would have to write down the list manually, use our Deck Builder or take a screenshot. Hope this helps.
I have done it but its not yet showing. What's happening?
Shows up fine for me. Maybe you had a bit of a delay? This happens sometimes especially if you're on mobile. Refreshing the page often helps.
btw: you don't need to type in the whole url of a page that is on the wiki (including deck pages). Here is a help article if you wanna save yourself some time for the next ones. Also, Aspallar fixed that for you already. So, all good for now. ;)
Hey Kabir, that's quite a collection you got there! :) However, I don't like the idea of linking to external sources -- even if it's just your pastebin profile. On other wikis it is highly likely to get deleted as spam.
So, how about posting more of your decks on the wiki? The link you posted could also go on your profile page. Your profile is linked from each deck you post anyway. ;)