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Les ligues de retour sur Magic Online

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Hahahah, on se fichait de moi mais elles vont bien finir par revenir ! \o/

Ça a été annoncé en décembre dernier et ça a été reconfirmé lundi, les ligues devraient réapparaître cette année sur Magic Online. Et sûrement moi aussi du coup.

Si je retrouve mon compte, et c'est pas gagné.

Dernière modification par Incan ; 20/03/2014 à 21h02.
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Hahahah, on se fichait de moi mais elles vont bien finir par revenir ! \o/

Ça a été annoncé en décembre dernier et ça a été reconfirmé lundi, les ligues devraient réapparaître cette année sur Magic Online. Et sûrement moi aussi du coup.

Si je retrouve mon compte, et c'est pas gagné.
Ca à l'air sympa ça en effet. Je me demandais comment faire pour participer à un événement de 47 heures ! :/
Voila une solution qui semble sympa.

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Leagues are still on track for delivery later this year.
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For those who are unfamiliar with leagues, they're essentially tournaments that let you play matches on your own schedule while the league is active. This lets players who can't commit to the three (or more) consecutive hours that most participate in competitive Magic with the chance to earn prizes. While we're still working out the exact launch details, we'll have the ability to run both Sealed Deck and Constructed leagues, although they will be slightly different.

For a Sealed league, you will get a number of boosters to build your deck from and then use that deck for the duration of the league. Because a league emphasizes playing at your pace, you can take as long as you like to craft and edit your deck; there is no deck-building timer. The league deck builder will have the same suite of options as the regular deck builder, and you'll be able to save multiple deck configurations. While you'll have to choose one to start a match with, you'll be able to load any permutations during sideboarding.

Once your deck is ready, you'll be able to join a league queue, where you'll be paired against other players who are at a similar point in the league. While we'll try to find an optimal match, we also want to get players paired as quickly as possible, so the queue will have a scale that it uses to find an opponent. The longer you wait, the looser the queue restrictions become, until you've been paired.

Of course, you'll be able to tinker all you want between matches as well. In addition, at certain points in the league, you'll have the opportunity to add booster packs to your card pool. These additions are always optional, so you'll have the chance to run the gauntlet with your initial cards, or strengthen your deck as you go.

Constructed leagues will be slightly different. You'll choose a deck as you join the league, and that's the deck you'll use for the duration. In addition, additional product will not be available in a Constructed league. Because of these differences, Constructed leagues will tend to be shorter than their Sealed Deck counterparts.

In either case, leagues can play out over the course of weeks, or even months, so we've also put in some safeguards to help ensure players have an enjoyable experience. Withdrawing from the league will require a little more thought than confirming a button click. Nothing is worse than being undefeated after four weeks of league play and then accidentally dropping out of the league because of an errant button press. In fact, we like this idea so much, we'll be incorporating it into regular tournaments in the future.

In a similar vein, we're adding some protection to the league matching queue. We know that, often, players will choose to be in a league due to their busy lifestyle, so when players are matched with an opponent in the queue, both players will have to confirm the pairing before the match starts. This prevents players from starting a match while they're away from their keyboard, preventing accidental match losses when life unexpectedly gets in the way of playing Magic Online.

The Magic Online team is excited for the return of leagues, and we hope you are too. We'll share more about leagues as we get closer to release later this year.
http://magic.wizards.com/articles/ar...ion-2014-06-03
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We're currently looking to launch Leagues in late fall.
http://magic.wizards.com/en/articles...ngs-2014-07-16
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On the Horizon
Khans of Tarkir arrives on Magic Online at the beginning of October, with Prerelease events starting October 3 and Release events starting October 6. Khans of Tarkir will be followed by the launch of Leagues, and we'll have more on that release as it draws near.
http://magic.wizards.com/en/MTGO/art...nth-2014-08-20
J'y croirai pas tant que je les verrai pas !
ça doit faire environ 7 ans non ? et encore à l'époque c'était des leagues cools d'un mois, là on aura quoi ? des releases leagues d'une semaine ?
Pauper ou deck en commun idéal pour reprendre
Voila 5 ou 6 ans que j'avais arrêté mais avec le retour des leagues en Pauper j'ai commencé a faire des parties en PAUPER (deck de commun)
J'ai même retrouver des vendeurs ou j'avais encore qq crédits de disponible
le top avec les PAUPER c est qu il y a des vendeurs qui proposent des commun pour 0.002 tix ==> potentiel de 500 cartes pour 1 Tix !!
bien sur les plus recherchées même en commun peuvent être beaucoup plus chère mais vous pouvez vous amuser facilement pour 1 ou 2 tix

pour ceux qui veulent reprendre voici un lien qui donne me metagame et le "cout"
http://www.mtggoldfish.com/metagame/pauper#online
remarquez le UB pour moins de 3 tix !!
http://www.mtggoldfish.com/deck/373235#online
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