Q Who is legal in all formats today! Have you started working on a deck? I hope that you get the chance to try it out soon.
Over the past two weeks, we've talked about banning cards and unbanning cards. But we've got another step in the process called watching cards. A card on the watch list is a card that might be a problem - or it might not. The point of watching a card is to pay special attention to the card and when, where, and how its used to make an informed decision. Today's question is about the watch list.
What circumstances should qualify a card to be added to the "watch list"?
I'm curious to know what criteria each of you would use to determine a card should be watched. They can be whatever you like, as strict or as lax as you'd like to see. Perhaps a card should go on the watch list if it's used in a certain number of decks? Or maybe just winning decks? Maybe it's cards that you feel are too powerful, or cards that are too confusing.
Any and all criteria are valid. Your reasons can be your own, but I'm very interested in what you think should qualify a card for being on the watch list. I personally think that we should be pretty liberal about how cards get added to the watch list, but I want to know what you think.
Have a good weekend, everyone. If you can, check out Star Trek: Picard. I watched the first episode last night and (no spoilers) thought it was very good.
pfti wrote:f*&%. we do a lot of weird things.