Monday 01/11/2010, 23:22

I suggest the DM should have bans too. The bans could be as follows:

First week of the month : No bans at all. All cards usable.
2nd week : Staff bans only.
3rd week : Full elo-bans including user-voted.
4th week : Staff bans only

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 00:13

What about a fifth week or would that just be included in the 1st week of the next month? Also I disagree somewhat as this mode is currently the only mode we can play with having decks without the ELO ban which leads to more creative decks.

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 00:17

Im actually quiet sick of bans at the moment so no, lets not ban cards in Deathmatch.

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 00:55

NO!!!!!

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 01:04

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO If you can't handle DM-- STAY OUT!

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 01:16

Hmm I disagree... Ambre + Ulu + Graks won't be the same smiley

Interesting but DM is the one format that players could really use the cards freely without much strategy. (Yes there is Survivor but DM takes a heck of a lot less strategy)

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 01:43

I think the purpose they make DM T1 because many people rant they cannot use their banned card in DT
so I think adding ban is unreasonable as it would defeat the purpose they make DM as T1 not ELO mode like survivor

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 03:43

I say no to DM bans... if you wanna play in a format that has bans stick to elo.

I mean TBH, if this format didn't exist, where else would you play with the popular, sought after, CRs? I mean you can't even play them in the type 1 or type 2 rooms now without a penalty during DT.

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 09:15

Dm is here to allow the banned cards >smiley NEVER ban cards from dm

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Tuesday 02/11/2010, 10:01

"I say no to DM bans... if you wanna play in a format that has bans stick to elo."
^This^

There needs to be a room where OP cards can be used freely, without fear of penalty. Yeah, there's type 2 Survivor, but does everyone want to play type 2? I think not. DM is perfectly fine as is. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

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