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Evolving a Playgroup – Mass Land Destruction Debate

Something strange happened this week. The point system lead to some debate. From my perspective it was a strange debate that I really didn’t understand. Hell, I honestly still don’t understand after having plenty of time to clear my head and really think about their side.

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Evolving A Playgroup – Evaluating Enjoyment

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From the title, you can infer today’s article is going to be about a pretty subjective topic. How do we evaluate the enjoyment people are having during EDH games? There are many different ways to determine “fun” during games; for the competitive player, this often means playing as well as possible and winning.

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Evolving a Playgroup: Using the Feedback

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This week, collaborative points in a league system. Over the past couple weeks (as of writing this), my local game store has been testing two different point systems. It has been a little less than successful; the current challenges are around the amount of points earned in a game and the awards actually being used.

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