Multiverse Feedback

Multiverse Feedback by Alex

196 cards in Multiverse

94 with no rarity, 94 commons, 2 uncommons,
2 rares, 4 mythics

1 colourless, 31 white, 54 blue, 2 black, 29 red,
52 green, 1 multicolour, 3 hybrid, 22 artifact, 1 land

677 comments total

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If someone enters hybrid mana in a card's mana cost field without putting parens or braces around it (i.e. writes "3R/G" or "1R/GR/G", it's correctly interpreted as hybrid, but the frame autodetection code treats it as gold.
1 comment
2014-07-09 15:54:36 by L2i0n0k7
HTML escape in card titles
last 2014-07-07 13:35:52 by Alex
Would it be possible to add a rating systemto cards/sets – like gatherer does so 0-5 rating with the average community rating visible when you open the specific card's page ????
Would be great for designers to know how well their cards are doing.
last 2014-07-25 03:40:38 by Shiny_Umbreon
It would be awesome if you could text search all comments in a set. For example when you're done with commons and want to start with uncommons just search for "uncommon" to see if you discussed a version of a card that would be suitable at uncommon.
1 comment
2014-06-24 14:56:07 by Alex
Any way we can add a shorthand for em dashes? En dashes are possible – like this – but there's no way to make em dashes.
last 2014-06-23 13:48:10 by Jack V

Recent comments: (all recent activity)
On Community Ratings:
on 2014-07-25 03:40:38 by Shiny_Umbreon:

The problem is that Gatherer has one comment and rating per person. Here, the same person can comment many times, so it doesn't work as well.

On Community Ratings:
on 2014-07-24 09:56:40 by keflexxx:

my thoughts

you could tie the review to a comment, much like in gatherer. not sure how they do it there, but if you make it mandatory then you minimise the level of junk ratings received and you can tell why one specific person rated you poorly.

On Hybrid written as "R/G" gives gold frame:
on 2014-07-09 15:54:36 by L2i0n0k7:

I was wondering why people were making gold-framed hybrid cards.

On Community Ratings:
on 2014-07-08 05:28:26 by L2i0n0k7:

I wouldn't mind a like button, especially fit comments, but I'm not a huge fan of the idea of a point rating system. I fear people would use that in lieu of commenting.

On Community Ratings:
on 2014-07-08 03:58:01 by jmgariepy:

Personally, with the amount of people that use this system, I think the only way to do this is with a basic 'like button' method, with no 'dislike button'. That at least gives you an idea of what people are interested in, but doesn't throw weird statistics at you (i.e., just because person X don't like Lightning Bolt, doesn't make it a two-star card. Nor, does it deserve a thumbs down, with none up.)

Mind you, I mention this only because I think it's the only real way to get a tangible result with such a small data pool... not because I personally like the idea. And just to be my own devil's advocate, there are a few sets where there's enough people looking that giving it a star rating would probably be fine. Duel Decks: Star Craft comes to mind.

The truth is, though, both ratings and likes wouldn't tell you why a person liked or disliked the card, which is the whole point in getting feedback. '3 out of 5 people think this card is too powerful' isn't very useful data, if you're unsure why people feel that way.

Oh, and just to argue with myself again: Yeah, if it did work, I think it would be pretty cool.

On HTML here is not escaped:
on 2014-07-07 13:35:52 by Alex:

Yi-yikes. Thanks, that needs fixing urgently.

On HTML here is not escaped:
on 2014-07-07 10:08:20 by Vitenka:

As demonstrated on Okay buddy, this is angle brackets in card titles are not being escaped (properly?) when displayed on the cardset summary page. ( )

On Community Ratings:
on 2014-07-07 09:12:23 by Jack V:

Maybe have seaprate ratings for "how much I like this" and "how powerful this is"? Or to restrict rating to people authorised for the cardset?

On Community Ratings:
on 2014-07-07 09:09:05 by jmgariepy:

Hmm. This is kind of dangerous ground, since we don't have any real numbers to get fair feedback. I like the idea... I just think it's more likely to give wrong information until at least 6 people chime in.

On Search Comments:
on 2014-06-24 14:56:07 by Alex:

You already can. The problem is there's a bug in "restrict search by cardset" that I still need to fix.

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