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Offline Reth

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Hi everybody,

short question regarding some maybe possible formats (well I assume those have probably been discussed in the past already):

What do you all think about constructed "Plain Set" formats (like LoC constructed but for more sets - maybe even with the possibility to play different constructed plain set decks against each other within an appropriate category)  and/or "Plain O.T/N.T" formats?

Wouldn't those be also viable ones for tournaments? (Well in terms of Doms and Souls - this might be up for discussion but IMO could also be restricted accordingly).

Really curious about your thoughts/opinions etc.

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Re: What about some additional formats (well not really new proposals I guess)?
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2020, 02:49:50 PM »
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What exactly do you mean by "Plain Sets"?

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Re: What about some additional formats (well not really new proposals I guess)?
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2020, 05:13:29 PM »
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What exactly do you mean by "Plain Sets"?
Oh sorry, maybe this is due to me being non-native speaker hence often take wrong words or grammer.

Within this format only cards from on sets may be used to assemble a deck (hence my reference to the LoC constructed) - for Lost Souls and Doms this might be adjustable since maybe not all sets provide enough different Lost Souls (e.g. any meek Lost Soul could be added and Dominants from an overall predefined set of Doms - all other cards must only be used from one set).
Then you could establish different categories too: One for matches of decks only made out of cards from the same set (like the LoC constructed) and another category where decks made out of different sets can be played against each other. (Hopefully this makes it a little bit more clear ...)

 


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