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  1. So today I had a game on the crucible. 

    I was playing my first deck: The Passive Cynic Demolisher of Fogglen

    It's certainly not a great deck, but I know it well and I like it. My opponent's first comment slipped by me:


    But their next comment I noticed, however I didn't really believe the accusation at first-


    So I mentioned that it was my first deck, and that I like it. My opponent responded: 

    And that made crystal clear what I was being accused of. First off, I don't know how to do what they accused me of doing, I didn't even know that was a thing. 

    Secondly, it was just so funny to me that someone would think that I constructed The Passive Cynic Demolisher of Fogglen and was using it to cheat on the crucible. It's not a great deck. I have some success with it. I have fun playing it. But if I was building a deck it certainly wouldn't be exactly like that..

    So how common is it for people to construct decks and smuggle them onto the crucible? How is it done? I have no interest in doing what that person thought I was doing, but building decks to play against knowing friends could be fun at some time in the future I suppose. 

    Anyways, I got a really good laugh out of this, and became curious. 


  2. I have to agree that just bouncing from a game -never having informed your opponent that you were only going to stick around for a few turns - is rude. 

    If so many people share KFMixer's viewpoint and motivations, then perhaps a fourth category of matches should be added to the crucible. That way we will have: beginner, casual, competitive, and game dropping "deck testers"  

    That should remove ambiguity. I prefer to see games through to a point of some certainty. Then I concede or accept the win and say "gg". That's how I want to test decks and practice the game. By playing games. It seems weird to assume that your opponent is there for any other reason. 

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