Why do you like playing Magic? Maybe it’s the deep gameplay, the expansive lore—or maybe you just love the iconic art! Take our…

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Why do you like playing Magic? Maybe it’s the deep gameplay, the expansive lore—or maybe you just love the iconic art!

Take our latest survey and help shape the future of what we’re working on at Wizards: spr.ly/6018MLnKe

i am addicted 😀
I think the answer is technically “yes”
It’s the grey area between sunk cost fallacy and Stockholm Syndrom for me…
Will this quiz take into account the crashing stocks of

for reasons fans and store owners have been telling the companies for YEARS?

Or how the company discriminates against players from outside the U.S?

Will the company FINALLY acknowledge some of its mistakes?

Just quit the game and leave everyone who wants to play it, despite everything else, alone.

♥️

Maybe read the news about Bank of America saying that Hasbro is destroying the long-term value of the game. Mechanics, art, set flavor…all of these are great. Magic is fun. But you’re drowning us in a tsunami of product. Stores and players are speaking together on this. Listen.
Ngl, I saw “expansive” and misread it as “expensive.”

I was like, “Damn, they’re finally becoming self-aware.”

It’s only natural for players to read “expensive” at this point, because it’s the only thing Wizard$ and Ha$bro care about.
I’d settle for less generic art and more creativity. More Seb McKinnons and Rebecca Guays, less digital waterpainting art!