My bread and butter is anything Workshops.
I do like to mix it up though and will at any given time get my fill of Ancestral Recall.
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My fear of having Vintage leagues is that it causes a small player base to have no focused time to meet and play. This is why Daily events (DE's) are needed.
I have seen the repercussions of a similar ideal with increasing the amount of DE's throughout the week. What ended up happening was that none of the events fired as it was more unfocused.
Now, not to say Vintage leagues couldn't succeed. Having leagues will attract a lot of new players and current people that cannot commit to a DE or are intimidated to play in one will be inclined to try a League.
It will be interesting to see, but history is relevant here and I suspect Vintage leagues will not be successful.
Sanctum Prelate and the new white Imperial Recruiter were both impactful at Legacy Champs, I would be extremely surprised if they had zero impact in White Hatebears / White Eldrazi
We haven't even scratched the surface of a card like Leovald yet either. Despite it not being in top 8, this card is top 8 worthy imo. I would relish the idea of being able to test with this card on MTGO and not pay 50 tix per (which it will probably be if they are in chests only).
This is old news. CN2 cards were never going to be a priority for modo.
Ryan Eberhart wrote a great formal complaint to the MTGO team requesting immediate remedy of this situation for the purpose of paper parity and more importantly testing for Champs 2 months ago. I long ago got over the heart ache of this issue as it wasn't going to happen anytime soon. It isn't right or acceptable. As someone metnioned above a boycott doesn't do a damn thing. MTGO doesn't worry to much about us at all. They are interested in STD and Limited, thus focus is on Kaladesh.