by stassy » 28 Mar 2013, 12:47
Current available players:
thedrigo, ok next weeks
triol, after his wedding
thedrigo wrote:Also--- I have a quick question. It's been a few years since we've had one of the famed tournaments we used to do. I think the card pool right now allows for a standard tournament to be held. I'm on forced vacations (I moved to another country and won't receive my work permit for a few weeks) so I can organize one if someone would be so kind as to explain how to do it.
Let me know if people are interested.
by stassy » 28 Mar 2013, 12:54
If there is less players but more than 4, you can try special tournament like Rotisserie and such, but I don't know if current beta draft can be usable now...
Also, I am not sure standard is a good suggestion as current MTG standard RVR GTC, Crashing Lorwyn is still in the "v1" release and I always consider v1 the beta and the next expansion/patch the v3 of the previous one (meaning the bugs from the previous patch are supposed to be done for after 2 cleansing, v1 -> v2 -> next patch v1 = previous patch v3)
Currently the blocks with the less bug reports seems to be Innistrad and M10 to M13, but special themed tournament would be nice (something Challenge-like with specific rule restriction)
by stassy » 28 Mar 2013, 12:55
thedrigo wrote:We could do a block constructed one or, now that we can, limit the usable sets to a certain amount of expansions, i.e. the Standard of Fall 2006 or whatever. I think that would be fun... How many people would like in? Just to have an idea.
by stassy » 28 Mar 2013, 20:56
Originally the owner deck winner had the choice of a card to be coded, but later after some Vintage and Legacy tournament there was also a singleton, an EDH and some handicap tournament that were held just for fun(you can check the tournament history in this section).
The most problematic issue is the availability of the players, it take quite some time to sort results and to play all matches.
by stassy » 29 Mar 2013, 04:06
thedrigo, ok next weeks
triol, after his wedding
Also please tell us what kind of tournament you would like to attend (don't forget to check what is currently available, what card is bugged and so on...)
by ozks » 30 Mar 2013, 02:45
sometimes can be slow, but most of the time make you sweat
by stassy » 30 Mar 2013, 04:19
Also, usually players submit their deck by PM to the tournament organizer for obvious meta reason (you wouldn't want others players to make their deck that counter your so easily :pp).
Of course, once all decks are submitted and rules/organization set, the organizer will post all the decks at once so players can play them at once.
by jmlima » 02 Apr 2013, 18:27
If so, what are the config settings.
Or does this uses hamachi, if so, is there a 'dummies' guide on how to do it, or is anyone willing to help?
I really like the idea of a tournament.
by Aswan jaguar » 02 Apr 2013, 19:50
Someone organises the tournament, sets the rules then participants make their decks and submit them to the tournament organiser via pm so nobody knows the decks (apart the tour organiser) he makes a lottery (preferably)to determine the groups or 1-1 games then submits the decks for everyone to play matches against the AI.The organiser also sets the rules about the win points if there are groups.Then players play all decks against the others (AI) post their results (more detailed reports are welcome,too)and decks that gathered most points advance to next round.
We can only wish for someone to make all our cards available for internet play and have a real tournament some day....
Currently working on updating missing & wrong Manalink.ct_all values for AI.
- Long term update all missing & wrong values in Manalink.csv mainly & (maybe)Manalink.ct_all
by stassy » 03 Apr 2013, 06:50
by jmlima » 03 Apr 2013, 09:32
Back in time tournament
Name the deck for submission: (your forum nickname)_(deck's name)
-Constructed decks must contain a minimum of sixty cards. There is no maximum deck size.
-With the exception of basic land cards, a player’s combined deck and sideboard may not contain more than four of any individual card, counted by its English card title equivalent. All cards named Plains, Island, Swamp, Mountain, and Forest are basic.
- The theme for the tournament is Magic 2010, as described in the blurb:
The Magic 2010 core set is a game-changer. That's because it's packed with 50% classics from the past and 50% classics-in-the-making. That's right—new content in a core set! This historic release also heralds the return of Lightning Bolt – a blast from the past that's sure to electrify your game.
Cards available for deck building are those from the following sets (and contained in the magic.exe):
Rise of the Eldrazi
Jace, the Mind Sculptor
player-AI 2-0 2p-0p
player-AI 2-1 2p-1,5p
player-AI 1-2 1p-3p
player-AI 0-2 0p-5p
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