> We should try to adopt a principle of charity - interpreting the statements of those we disagree with as attempts to communicate the clearest and most thoughtful version of their argument.
If anyone is curious, the odds of finding a 4-of in a 60 card deck with 6 mulligans (as 7 mulligans serves no point) is (1-0.40)^6 = 4.7%
I think Markdown may have fucked your math display here. (1-0.40)^6 is .6^6 is 5.6 . Also, I'm pretty sure the odds of finding a four-of in six to-seven mulligans is far higher than 4.7% .
MTGO doesn't simulate the paper experience of reading an opponent, bluffing and handles a massive amount of the rules for you (missed Ichorid triggers, etc.).
I once had a player message me to tell me that they thought I had something due to the amount of time it took me to respond to something. Then they played around that "bluff" for the rest of the game.
In reality, I had run to the bathroom while on the clock.
Sunday, seventeen brave warriors paid a visit to Houston's most metal brewery to do battle in Magic's best format.
Unfortunately, our TO forgot to bring blank deck sheets, so there aren't decklists to post
But here's some pictures!
After a last minute audible due to grabbing the wrong deck, JoAnn crushes Arjune.
Middle school between rounds
Phoenix vs Merfolk - is this Modern?
Greatness at any cost.
On the other hand, if there is a proxy event then players can play whatever they want. Do they pick the “best” deck or the most fun deck. I often see players who are not regulars in Vintage play either the most “busted” deck (fast, and fun) or what they think is the best deck (Shops, Xerox, PO, etc…).
IMO, this is the primary reason that the MTGO metagame is always going to be different than the sanctioned paper metagame. You can completely switch decks for less than the cost of a paper blue dual land.
Houston and Austin both have frequent events but nothing in the DFW area, to my knowledge.
If the tokens are creature tokens and can exist in different states, than i think bringing a couple is helpful.
one token + dice for each untapped and tapped elemental token maybe. you could go above and beyond by including tokens that are summoning sick and stuff like that
I usually use 3 pyro tokens in this configuration, unless the board state gets confusing enough to warrant tokens for every elemental