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1  Vintage Community Discussion / General Community Discussion / Re: World's Hardest Game on: June 21, 2008, 05:49:44 am
Got far too frustrating for me on level 15.
2  Vintage Community Discussion / General Community Discussion / Re: Looking for good place to sell cards on: June 21, 2008, 05:04:34 am
Cardshark is nice and easier than ebay. I'm not sure how easy it is to move cards nowadays, as I haven't sold on there for several years.

If you decide to use ebay, write up a nice excel spreadsheet, save it as CVS and import it into turbolister. That's definitely the easiest way.
3  Vintage Community Discussion / General Community Discussion / Re: Cession from DCI on: June 21, 2008, 05:02:35 am
Okay, I'll bite. Let's make a list. I propose we keep the DCI's banned card because thereasons for banning those cards are sound. How about this to start:

    * Ancestral Recall
    * Black Lotus
    * Burning Wish
    * Channel
    * Crop Rotation
    * Demonic Consultation
    * Demonic Tutor
    * Enlightened Tutor
    * Entomb
    * Fastbond
    * Imperial Seal
    * Lion’s Eye Diamond
    * Mana Crypt
    * Mana Vault
    * Memory Jar
    * Mind’s Desire
    * Mox Emerald
    * Mox Jet
    * Mox Pearl
    * Mox Ruby
    * Mox Sapphire
    * Mystical Tutor
    * Necropotence
    * Sol Ring
    * Strip Mine
    * Time Walk
    * Timetwister
    * Tinker
    * Tolarian Academy
    * Trinisphere
    * Vampiric Tutor
    * Wheel of Fortune
    * Yawgmoth’s Bargain
    * Yawgmoth’s Will

Needs more Gush.

<quote>This is a serious concern that I think is being overlooked.  Will carry decklists from "The New Vintage", for example?  Will Wizards continue to run the Vintage Championships?</quote>

If the movement grew large enough I think it'd apply enough pressure to Wizards to force them to accept that they have no idea what they are doing when it comes to Vintage. I think it'd be even easier to get other vintage sites to recognize the "new vintage." The biggest hurdle would be to kick start the movement and get enough players involved.

I think there is no question that wizards doesn't think about either eternal format too much. I mean, c'mon. Land Tax is banned. Regardless, it seems that most of the people who are speaking up are about 50-50 on the subject.
4  Vintage Community Discussion / Community Introductions / Re: Introduce Yourself on: June 21, 2008, 04:50:03 am
Hi all. I'm Keith McLaughlin. I used to play a lot of competitive magic, but got busy with graduate school and all that mess.

Now-a-days, I'm mostly interested in casual legacy decks. Playing magic for fun is.... fun! I'm working on a huge gauntlet of semi-casual decks. So far I have: Deadguy Red, Cuneo Blue, Finkula, The Rock, PT Junk, Secret Force, Oppo, WW w/geddon, and MBC. Next up: aggro-loam and GW weenie.

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