Hunter wrote:Nobody really has a right to comment on that game but myself, and Steven. .
Yes, people do have this right.
If you say so. He and I were the only 2 people to see the game in its entirety. The only other person who saw a decent portion of it shouldn't have, since he was also in the same tournament, and was actively violating the scouting rules (I of course said nothing, since I'm the person who shuts up and plays, instead of complaining about everything I can think of, at all times.) When I said we are the only two that can comment on the game, I was thinking in terms of "comment" meaning "say something about what happened in the game." We're the only ones who know what happened in the game. If by "comment" you mean "make guesses about what we think might have happened in the game" then okay.
Second I believe that you bring FEAR to Worlds does indicate that you believe it is a string deck. I think it is embarrassing to the PC that after claim it was unplayable, you then played it.
Good luck presenting evidence of when I said it was unplayable. I'll be surprised if that evidence exists. No doubt someone will come back with some quote of mine where I said it was "barely playable." At that point they will say that means basically the same thing, instead of saying what they SHOULD say, which is "Okay, you're right, you never said that. Sorry."
You're now the 3rd person I've seen say that I have embarrassed the PC, or made them look like fools, by playing the deck. Uh, what? Whether I play the deck or not has nothing to do with the PC's decision to not Errata the deck. They chose not to Errata the deck because they didn't believe it needed one immediately, and that if they chose to Errata it later, it could safely wait until they figured out exactly what the change would be. NOT because I said "I'm not going to play the deck." I never once said I wasn't going to play the deck, and you can be damn sure that the PC NEVER said their decision had ANYthing to do with ANY comment *I* made on the subject. There's no reason to associate my opinion of the deck, with the Advocates' decision to not errata the deck. They don't answer to me.