Captain’s log – January 2019

Welcome everyone to a new Captain’s log. It’s been a long time since the last time, as there were many meetings but even more unknowns regarding how the changes in Organized Play would affect us. Sadly, we have no news about that just yet, but we can share some of the things we’ve been talking about in the last couple of months. Still waiting for the new era to come There were many discussions about the announcement of the end of the PPTQ system, and the questions that the new system will

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Captain’s log – October 2018

Welcome everyone to a new Captain’s log. This one will cover all the Planar Bridge meetings from August and September. Once again, many meetings and not many recurring topics. But this time we’ll compensate your time with updates on some action items. So let’s get straight to it. L2 Policy Knowledge Our main topic today revolves around the expectations in Policy knowledge of any given L2. This discussion came from analyzing the request at every GP, that every HCE infraction and backups should

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Captain’s log – August 2018

Hello and welcome to a new report from the Planar Bridge project. We’re sorry for the delay from the last Captain’s log, we hope to reward your patience with a packed report that covers all the meetings from June to August. This time, there were not that many recurrent topics in the different meetings, which means we have a list of different topics and some of the discussions and conclusions that judges all around the world came to. As always, don’t forget to leave feedback and topics for the

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Captain’s log – March 2018

Welcome to the first report from the Planar Bridge project. As stated in the Mission page, we’ve ran meetings since last December, so this might be a longer-than-usual report. The meetings Let me first explain how meetings typically work. Right now, we invite every L1/L2 attending the GP, and ask for topics and questions during the weekend, and communicate with the Level 3 meeting organizers for shared topics. The meetings consist of two sections: first, we have a CFBE representative to answer

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