I think that if cruise grits banned, so will dig but maybe not. The recent tournament results seem to suggest that tc/delver/burn aren't actually that domineering, though. On another note, I'm almost done building my modern bw tokens deck. Gonna make it somewhat budget, only 2 thoughtseize and no fetches.
Expensive lands are the one thing I hate about magic. Very boring, useless looking, expensive, but vital to a competitive deck. Little to no flavor, just empty expense necessary to build a multi-color deck. Disgusting.
I don't think the ascendancy will get banned, but it looks like maybe cruise will, based off tourney results and the conversation in the modern ban thread. Maybe neither though, we'll just have to wait and see.
Hey man, I was reading a thread on mtgsalvation and saw your username and came here to verify it was the same person. Cool to find another guy interested in mtg on here, I kind of feel alone as a fan of magic on here sometimes haha
Please please please don't take offense in this again but do you realize you are very misinformed about stuff that happens in the gaming industry? Where do you even get all this weird stuff? You shouldn't trust everything you read.
You don't need to apologize, although it would be nice if people thought a bit more before writing stuff like that. ;P Some people write stuff like that just to bash Nintendo, too. That's pretty sad, but the worst is when people actually think that it's true.
You're talking about "Ultimate Dimensional Robo, Great Daikaiser", the crossbreakride in Fighter's Collection 2014. Don't worry though, it doesn't stand or anything. It's ability is literally "[AUTO](VC) Limit Break 4 (This ability is active if you have four or more damage):[Counter Blast (2)-card with "Dimensional Robo" in its card name] When this unit attacks, you may pay the cost. If you do, this unit gets drive check +1 until end of that battle. This ability cannot be used for the rest of that turn. (This ability cannot be used even if the cost is not paid.)" Take note of the last part, that means you can only use it when you attack with it for the first time that turn. Most clans still don't have restanding Vanguards, and the only ones that have more than one, (To my memory) are Kagero and Nova Grappler. Well, those are the most popular ones anyway. Hope I could clear that up for you.
Card Slinger J, Bushi aren't "ignoring" Vanguard. Vanguard already has a high enough playerbase in most places, and Bushi has invested tons of money into Buddyfight. I highly doubt that the Anime has anything to do with it.
The reason for there not being organised play in your area must be the fact that stores either don't sell enough product or some other reason that I have no idea about. Remember, Wizards has had almost 21 Years experience with TCGs and Organised Play in general.