Recently Justin Ziran shared an article regarding this topic. I would like to share a few of my thoughts regarding the issue. The article came from TOR.com: Protecting What You Love: On the Difference Between Criticism, Rage, and Vilification
“Are you playing with yourself?” asked my wife as she woke from her slumber. There I was, concentrating intensely, my hand vigorously moving back and forth. But I didn’t stop. I was too close. I released. Yesssssssss. I finally beat myself! Red Hulk: Superhero hit the field, teamed up with Captain America: Superhero – 27 […]
On Tuesday we kicked off the Top 8 playoffs of our contest with Shawn Ely playing against David Walsh. Please note that these games were played between 12:30 am and 2:30 am. Both the players and the observers were thoroughly tired. That being said, the games were actually rather good! Props to Orlando Macaranas and […]
To PXG or not to PXG? So this may seem like a dumb question to you, but is it really? The question is one that everybody needs to consider for the following reasons.
Midrange teams have a unique and fluid play style that depends heavily on reacting to their opponents game plan while still moving towards a win condition. When facing aggressive teams, they employ control elements to slow their opponent’s damage output. Conversely, when matched against control teams they use their relatively high burst damage to end the […]
I’m doing this from my phone at work so I don’t have time to elaborate, but this is a lot of awesome! Card errata Let us know your thoughts. I’ll expound upon mine later.
Group 5 voting has now concluded. Congratulations to Jake Lipman and Timothy Gay! With this, we have the complete Top 10.
Hello everyone! You may have noticed we’re removing many of our previous votes. However, we’ve compiled the top 25 team entries of our AVX/UXM Contest here for your viewing pleasure! The reason we are listing them out this way is to allow you the opportunity to see all the awesome common/uncommon builds you can easily […]