If you thought hurricane Sandy’s impending Annihilator 6 of the east coast heralds the end times, you don’t know the half of it. Usually we would spend the intro explaining what happened, but this particular 20 Tweets comes with it’s own explanation:
Do you think limiting MTGO decklist information will prevent formats from being as transparent as they are right now? Was this the best way for the news to reach the Magic public?
This is a ridiculous problem with @mtgonline. Important changes should be given announcements not buried in a forum. (See also: MTGO FoW)— Joshua J. (@JoshJMTG) October 29, 2012
Dear WoTC: Dailies have nothing to do with "solving" metas. SCG events offering cash incentives every week do, though.— Jack LaCroix (@JackLacroix) October 29, 2012
@smi77y Arguably not even true. Took 2.5-3 months for standard to be solved after ISD entered Standard.— Andrew Lawley (@ALawley) October 28, 2012
Historically, there have been small, but noticeable differences between mtgo and paper metas. This change seems to lessen that @magiconline— Zak Turchansky (@zturchan) October 28, 2012
@mtgaaron I'm waiting to see how it will pan out. However, I feel like a downside is people who 4-0 and don't get that small memento.— Jamie Donovan (@Drafter_il_Dal) October 28, 2012
@mattystudios I wonder how this will affect MTGO finance with less published data of results— Theorious Goodwill (@mtgtheo) October 29, 2012
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