2 Artifact Tournaments I found...
So I found this few days ago... You will need discord to enter the tournament, It's kinda the norm in Artifact to get info and stuff... The link will take u to the server and to where u sign-up for the tournament... One tournment is for beta November 23rd / Noon EST/NYC (you can still sign-up if Artifact does pre-orders) and for launch November 28th / 1pm EST/NYC... Let me know what you think... and if you were able to sign-up for one of them or both of them... Now you can't say I havn't done anything for you all here...
Ok, seem like this chat might be Afk til beta comes out, how do we prepare for it on moot?
Beta some time next month and just like many of you, I want to be to be ready for it... Please tell me in the comments below what boards you like to see when beta comes, I have ideas of my own, but I feel the active people who were have ideas of their own... They should have those boards ready when beta hits... So the sooner the ideas the better... Also, thanks for the people who was posting, commenting, and liking since the beginning til now... You all got it started any when both the beta and public launch happens, will keep it going... Keep on walking soldier...
What will you get for winning games?
Valve has made it clear that it will be impossible to earn packs with in-game play. So what's the point of winning games then? I imagine that winning games will grant users tournament tickets which could then be used to enter tournaments with real-money prize pools. Anybody have any info on this?
The count to 100 is over, but we didn't make it to 100...
I was surprised seeing this, With all the trolls and people messing up, it was finished... I bet the mods couldn't handle it ... 80 is not bed and the best part about that is I'm one of the 80... The 80 chain happened around Oct. 13 3am EST... Way better than this other giveaways for me... I feel bad for the people passed 80, but there can be one winner, if it's me I'll make a post about it... 1.25% or better is the odds for me and that's the best odds I had for a beta key...
Mana can go below zero
I'm sure many of you are already familiar with this info given how the most people in this lounge are eyeing on Twitter constantly, but I've brought this here to ask for opinions. Since modification is a permanent effect, if it is possible, do you think it's wise to build a deck based on mana modification? By modifying your opponent's total number of mana below zero, I think there's a possibility to win early in the game by seizing the ability to play cards at all. What do you think?
MTGA is surprisingly getting a lot of attention
Honestly, I've never expected this. People seem to giving a lot of attention to it, and it seems the most are genuinely enjoying the game. I know it's absurd, but it's constantly giving me an impression that it could potentially drive Artifact out of the market.
Artifact is unusually quiet these days
I thought people were going to hype over the beta being open in October, but there's still no news about it at all. I know this lounge isn't even close to one of the most active Artifact communities, but even people in Artifact subreddit seem to be exhausted of continuous waiting. Nothing creative and fun is being posted, but only complaints how they didn't get the key are everywhere. This somehow feels like the calm before the storm.
Wish I could go back in time to attend PAX
Surely, I had the time and money to do so, but I always thought there would be plenty more opportunities in the future to get my hands on beta keys. Also, there was a guy who tried to sell the key for $50. I thought it was way overpriced, so I foolishly missed the opportunity. Artifact beta is going to start anytime soon in October, and now I'm in torture and despair. What's worst is that I can't do shit about it.😭😭😭
Apparently, you get one hero for each pack
I was reading through posts in Reddit, and the details for the draft mode dropped. Here's what I found interesting. When players draft packs, which share same structure as a real pack, they are guaranteed exactly one hero. "Exactly one hero" probably means that we won't be able to pull heroes more than one card. People in the comments are discussing whether this could potentially lower the price of hero cards or not. Any thoughts?
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