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Oct
6
revised How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
content: clarified how initial formula was derived
Oct
6
comment How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
@Jefromi Which assumption are your referring to, the 4 coins = 2 orange or black = 1 white or purple assumption? Or something else? And what do you mean by cost of placing agents - do you mean opportunity cost or the literal cost of coins to buy a building? If literal cost, I did include that in my explanation.
Oct
6
revised How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
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Oct
6
accepted How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
Sep
27
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
26
revised How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
cleaned up minor content and grammar issues
Sep
26
comment How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
@karmington I happened to figure this out recently so thought I would share. If anyone has suggestions to improve the answer or provide a better one, so much the better. Doesn't happen often but stack overflow encourages this by having a button for displaying space to provide an answer while asking a question. I used that feature.
Sep
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asked How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
Sep
25
answered How do you evaluate a building or plot quest?
Sep
17
revised Is it possible to build a wide variety of decks at low cost? If so, how?
added content related to higher costs for competitive pauper
Aug
22
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
6
comment What pauper cards are legal in paper but not MTGO
@rainbolt As Jefromi stated in a comment to the sister question, this question asks for a maintained list elsewhere if possible. If that doesn't exist and you ask how to find out, the answer is going to be "here are the online-only sets; check every common in them" which is in the end even less useful than an out of date answer. Regardless, the question will likely be obsolete at some point when Wizards of the Coast takes an official stand on paper pauper, which is gradually becoming more popular. Until then, a list, even moderately out of date, is useful when building a collection.
Aug
6
comment What pauper cards are legal in paper but not MTGO
@waterseas I think the answers would be less clear and too long.
Aug
6
revised What pauper cards are legal in MTGO but not paper?
referenced the sister question
Aug
6
asked What pauper cards are legal in paper but not MTGO
Aug
4
accepted What pauper cards are legal in MTGO but not paper?
Aug
4
asked What paper pauper cards on not legal in MTGO
Aug
4
comment What pauper cards are legal in MTGO but not paper?
Yes you're right. I've been flipping back and forth between the two this morning and got it backwards. Thanks for the list!!
Aug
4
comment What pauper cards are legal in MTGO but not paper?
I think something didn't go quite right with the query. I asked a similar question on reddit a few hours ago, asking especially for cards that really matter. In addition to Chainer's Edict, other cards mentioned were Goblin Grenade, Desert, Pyrotechnics, and Sinkhole. Can you refine the query?
Aug
4
comment What pauper cards are legal in MTGO but not paper?
@Lyrion Can you think of a more clear example than Chainer's Edict to use in the question?