@ Hungry Panda
We all know that bans are unfortunate, especially when they are on cards you like playing, and like using. However, having likely invested over $1000 into several different TCG's over my life thus far, I can say that every game has cards that are, to use the lightest term possible, imbalanced. The cards that land on the ELO
ban list tend to fit into that category.
Let's look at a card for a moment, one that you mentioned, Caelus Cr
. Tell me, if you have 1 or 2 5 Star slots open in a mono-Skeelz
deck, would you put in any other Skeelz
member than him? Perhaps Aylen
, or Thomas on a STRETCH, but no. There is no better Skeelz
card. Period. Then look at a half-build Skeelz
deck, and tell me how many other 5 Star cards IN THE GAME you would choose over him. I doubt you could find 20 other ones. For that matter, even 10 might be difficult, and all 10 of those are most certainly on the banned list, or will be soon.
A single card that is better than 95% of the other cards in the game? That, sir, is the definition of imbalanced. That is why there is a format within which we can play without those cards. Don't like it? Play deathmatch, survivor
, fights, or make your own event.