Need a challenge? But want to do something new? Play like the old times again, where every character didn't have a card, where you were possibly severely handicapped in cards, as if you just got your first pack and all you have is winifred and those other nostalgic cards.
Join and possibly win! Everyone has the potential to do good! Unless... you aren't so good at math.
1. What do you mean nothing is being given out in return? Is the jackpot not a prize? 3/64 players will profit. It isn't a lottery. Anyone can win it.
Eek. You're giving out the jackpot? Hmmm... something isn't right. Also, lotteries are the definition of the statement "Anyone can win it." If done un-biased, the result is completely random, meaning that truly anyone can win it. In your event the best deck makers, richest, best players will surely win.
2. That's exactly what i'm offering in return. An equal playing field.
An equal playing field? Anyone can offer an equal playing field. Also, it really isn't. Some people will make great rescue decks with expensive cards and destroy everyone else. Only when everyone has to use the same deck, or for a lottery (see point 1) is it an equal playing field.
2. At minimum, a person would get 7x the clintz for joining
Not related to my point, but this was poorly thought out. It sounds as if you are saying that everyone who joins gets 7X the amount they paid to enter. I think I understand what you meant, I just wanted to point this out
3. Contrarily, 4% of the MAX jackpot is 512 clintz. That's 2.5x the entrance fee.
This point is especially BS, as you try to say that it is how much you are taking. Taking 10% is just as un-justifiable as taking 4% in my opinion.
The three most prominent points you make, and none say what I was looking for. I'm looking for you to say you deserve it and not to skirt around the issue.
Have you looked at the rules?
You can't make no rescue deck. There are no doubles, nor semi evolved cards allowed, and all cards must have a power of 3 and under. That means half decks for everyone! And rescue only has two cards with 3 base power I believe.
And I said read inbetween the lines, that's going to be one of the smaller points. Smaller!