By the request of quite a few members of the community, a new article / tournament report on piloting Pitch Dredge builds: http://blackmagicgaming.com/stirring-the-pot-playing-pitch-dredge-to-perfection/
I think I came to the conclusion that is really much closer to piloting a Dragon deck than a traditional dredge deck. Enjoy!
"GIVE IT UP. Fork will never be unrestricted in Type I. It is a COPY CARD.
Repeat. It is a COPY CARD. There are just too many restricted Sorceries
and Instants prevalent in Type I to make this a reasonable card to
"First of all, unrestricting Fork would be a phenomenally bad idea. One
is OK, beacuse it is a nice versatility card, but playing with more than
that would be overkill. Just think about some of the more hellatious
things to Fork: Wheel of Fortune, Time Twister, Braingeyser...yikes.
By being allowed four Forks you are breaking the environment pretty
badly, because you are essentially doubling the amount of a particular
sorcery or instant in you deck. Instead of four Disenchants or Hymn to
Tourachs, your now playing with eight, for example. Nasty..."
@Smmenen I'm not sure if you just can't count or what. Its up to 122 for change, and 103 for Mentor now.
A majority want change, and of those that want change a majority want Gush gone. That is a truth. 65/122 > 50%.
Also a fact is that more people are for a Gush restriction than for no change, 65>42.
You are pretty clearly on a tirade to make sure that your favorite card is not hit with a restriction. Which is funny because you were complaining about Vocal Minorities destroying the format before. According to the results of this much larger poll than the previous, you are in fact visibly the vocal minority.
Combined your tables, and added a corresponding column to see how deck are performing compared to their metagame presence...
Unsurprisingly, Shops and Mentor are far exceeding their metagame percentages, while everything else ranges from around 0 to massive negative.
While the new site looks great being clean and easy to navigate. It also seems that we have lost some of our ability to filter through posts easily.
Being able to unfollow threads that we are not interested in helps us get to the content that we really care about much quicker.
Being able to block individual users allows us to ignore users we may find offensive, and help to prevent the need for moderation in many threads.