KingArson, who's Casual Grind alt are you? 41 matches total. No ELO matches played. Last match was sometime in 2014. Only 10 total cards (starting deck + Timber & Vansaar); yet, you're talking like you know a thing-or-two about this game?.....new players usually ask what Growth and Heal means let alone talk like you know how to use the cards effectively in a match.....
I basically learned cards get new art each level 41 matches in - I wouldn't have known what Sera M1's potential was.
As for the topic:
Lear Barduh and Jautya need to stay banned (along with Uranus). They do need better cards to help them stand a chance in ELO, but other than that they don't need to unban cards, just release more ELO-appropriate ones.
Daxose, this thread isn't about a single players matches and experiences. It doesn't take a genius to know enough about the ELO meta to speak about it.
Uranus should definitely say banned. Lear Barduh needs to be exchanged for Jautya in the next round of bans. He's practically Campbell and Campbell only gets banned frequently because he's in Rescue. Sakrohm need the buff and Lear Barduh is the perfect card for that.
@ Daxose, while in some ways KingArson is being presumptuous, but there's no need to insult his intelligence by suggesting he couldn't possibly have any valuable input...
Also, Jautya may be kinda inappropriate for elo and deserve a ban, but Lear Barduh IS an ELO appropriate card! Jautya has only one strategy pretty much, and while he's arguably not OP (D4 Funk is a perfect example of showing Jautya is not OP), he should really be banned becuase of the boredom he introduces into matches he appears in. Not so with Lear Barduh, there are several possible skills with him to make the game interesting, use him 1st round as apparently obvious, trick the opponent and use him round 2/3/4 instead...
Lear Barduh EXCHANGE FOR Jautya PLS STAFF
Yes, cause someone of his experience writes post 17. Not an insult of their intelligence. In fact, I think he/she is so smart that they have way more intelligence than someone of his/her experience should have. If anything, it's a compliment...I agree with everything they wrote too.