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Aug 28th 2010 9:36PM The author is familiar with many non-mtg related game engines as he is a well known Yu-Gi-Oh player as well.
Aug 8th 2007 8:57PM I think one thing you forget is that the organization that runs Comic-Con is a non profit organization. There wouldn't be as much problem with Parking or driving down Front Street if people park at Petco Park. The one thing that really irks me is the amount of money they charge you for a hotel room.
Jun 18th 2007 1:15PM Actually they have competitive formats called "Lazy Peon" that only allow decks made up of commons and uncommons to avoid the "Arms Race" as you call it.
If you want to learn how to play the WoW TCG, there's an online demo at. http://entertainment.upperdeck.com/wow/en/howtoplay/default.aspx
Mar 23rd 2007 3:40PM Hi Mr. Goebel. I was the winning contestent on the BTG episode with the wrestling geek. All I have to say that being on BTG was the most exciting thing I think I've done in my life and it was a fun show. I'm sad to see that it only lasted 2 seasons.
The one thing I have to point out is that on shows like BTG, the audience really has to put their all into it, otherwise it makes contestents like me feel unmotivated. The audience backing you is a big plus.