Design Philosophy Jump to the archetypes My Powered Synergy Cube was built as a limited environment that challenges the players’ imagination to draft a deck as a cohesive unit rather than relying on the strengths of individual cards. The overall design philosophy is that decks should by synergistic, meaning that it will be rare for […]
Exploring the white archetypes in my powered synergy cube.
This is a sister post to my list of good two card combos I looked at previously. This time I am looking at cards which had a statistically significant decrease in performance when combined together (compared to just playing the either card on their own). The way to interpret this table is: Given the card […]
Here I’m showing card pairings from 152 vintage cube drafts that I looked at. Specifically, I am displaying cards which had a statistically significant benefit when combined together (compared to just playing the either card on their own). So the way to interpret this table is: Given the card in the first column, adding the […]
Here is a full list of the cards I played in 152 vintage cube drafts and their recorded win rates. I am only showing cards which saw play in at least 3 leagues (or 9 matches) because there isn’t much significance to a sample size of 1 or 2. The Min and Max expected win […]