Anyhow, you can't do things just for the sake of shaking things up. There's too many problems with that. The character that's unbanned may lead to an overabundance of said clan and many similar decks. For instance, if you unbanned Lehane
you'd see mostly Sentinals staples all week. So, in essence, although you're wanting to unban characters for variety and fun you're really taking out variety and the fun of it.
When an OP character in a strong clan or sometimes even a weak clan you either have to conform and abuse the op unban for the week or dedicate your deck to fighting that character. Take Spyke
for example. Totally op cards and when Kalindra
is unbanned or when Spyke
was unbanned, how often do you see their respective clans used in comparison to when they are banned. The answer is a lot more. It unbalances the meta game and makes it centric to a specific card.
Plus there's the logistics of it. How do you decide which character gets unbanned? How do you handle the DT penalties of the unbanned character?