its time for fandomfare Daily quest in Magic: The Gathering Arena Jadiri Gamer Today we are looking to cast white and black spell 20 of then, well we completed today’s quest that is about all we could accomplish we even tried traditional in the last 14 days because of the poor shuffling of decks we have only been able to pull off 5 wins in the latest 14 day hundreds of games played all hours of the night and day .
There are simply no more words people can only report problems issues and glitches and get ignored for so long then it time to ditch the game they are supposed to be for fun and relaxing not making you more stressed out or adding another burden to one life.
we can make this game better because it not what they want this is becoming very clear there is now an undeniable loss of interest in this game not only judging from my live streams that went from thousands of views daily to single digit some time just 1 or 2 views as I with another streamer even on twitch their numbers are falling fast too
we only have a few goals for our steams here that is to maybe show somehow some things work educate give a pointer it is becoming increasingly impossible to show how things work give tips or have someone learn what cards do as they are played if nothing works. these people really need to step up their game. its disappointing
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