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PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:17 pm 
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No, I am Spartacus!

As for the rest of your discussion, it's been solved.

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CotW is a method for ranking cards in increasing order of printability.

*"To YMTC it up" means to design cards that have value mostly from a design perspective. i.e. you would put them in a case under glass in your living room and visitors could remark upon the wonderful design principles, with nobody ever worring if the cards are annoying/pointless/confusing in actual play

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TPmanW wrote:
As for the rest of your discussion, it's been solved.

I want to see the math.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 11, 2015 10:30 pm 
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You would have to follow up with Reginald or Beartato for that.

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CotW is a method for ranking cards in increasing order of printability.

*"To YMTC it up" means to design cards that have value mostly from a design perspective. i.e. you would put them in a case under glass in your living room and visitors could remark upon the wonderful design principles, with nobody ever worring if the cards are annoying/pointless/confusing in actual play

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