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  1. So to add back the option to limit your...

    So to add back the option to limit your opponent's options in the 0.01% of the cases where it would be beneficial to do so, the proposal is to add an extra mouse click/[SPACEBAR] hit to 100.00% of...
  2. The response was given many months ago in this...

    The response was given many months ago in this very thread. See Post #63.
  3. They discussed it months ago, made their...

    They discussed it months ago, made their decision, and have hopefully moved on to more important things.
  4. Disagree. See above for reasons. Worst...

    Disagree. See above for reasons.




    Worst case, the player would be involved in a Survival of the Fittest battle between a Swiftstrike troop and a non-Swiftstrike troop and observe that the...
  5. I'm sure they discussed it internally plenty...

    I'm sure they discussed it internally plenty before making the change. Whether you think the change is a good thing or a bad thing, it's tough to call a change that impacts about 1% of the plays in...
  6. If Hex is trying to be better than everyone else,...

    If Hex is trying to be better than everyone else, why should it do things the same way everyone else is doing it?
  7. Is it unintuitive because if you were building a...

    Is it unintuitive because if you were building a game from scratch you think it's clear that being able to respond to your own actions before they resolve is an important part of the game, or is it...
  8. If that were true, I could use the same quote to...

    If that were true, I could use the same quote to argue against taking the options away from Player B that you're using when taking the option away from Player A. It's not taking options away, it's...
  9. Exactly, it's a strategic choice by Player B. He...

    Exactly, it's a strategic choice by Player B. He can choose to take an action, which will in turn allow Player A to take another action in response, or he can choose to take no action which will in...
  10. Player B can still respond to the first action by...

    Player B can still respond to the first action by taking an action of his own, but he can't respond to the first action by having it resolve.

    The old way gives more options to Player A by...
  11. Exactly, that's my understanding too, and that's...

    Exactly, that's my understanding too, and that's the way I prefer it.

    Poizonous was trying to say that A would get a chance to respond whether not not B did anything, which confused me as in that...
  12. These two statements seem to be in direct...

    These two statements seem to be in direct contradiction to each other.
  13. Then what are people complaining about? If this...

    Then what are people complaining about? If this is true, then all of the options that used to be available are still available. Taking away <CTRL> just gives player B a chance to play something in...
  14. Say Player A plays Extinction. Player B now has...

    Say Player A plays Extinction. Player B now has the option to let it resolve, or to react to it, let's say by sacrificing Valiant Escort to bounce a troop back to his hand. Player B has a decision...
  15. To me, it's the other way that's unintuitive. ...

    To me, it's the other way that's unintuitive.

    The normal flow is Player A plays a card.
    Player B has a choice to resolve it or respond to it.
    If Player B responds to it, then Player A has...
  16. Well first off, it's a totally undocumented...

    Well first off, it's a totally undocumented feature that you need to be 'in the club' to even know that it existed or how to do it, but that can be taken care of (even if clunkily) by adding it to...
  17. And as I said, the overwhelming majority of long...

    And as I said, the overwhelming majority of long time and loyal customers haven't posted in this thread because we really didn't have a reason to until someone came along and tried to claim that the...
  18. Without going through and counting, I'd say there...

    Without going through and counting, I'd say there are roughly 20 customers in this thread requesting the decision be reversed. That's nowhere close to a majority. I'm a long time and loyal customer...
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