Talk:Return of Mechazod!
Is this table even correct??[edit source]
What does the table even mean? "Single match"? Only uses bomb salvo a max of 3 times? I call baloney on this table. Was the original author trying to find out whether Mechazod's attack algorithm was non-random, then abandoned the table project? Aegonostic (talk) 14:59, 15 December 2016 (UTC)
The numbers below represent the maximum number of times that card has so far been seen in a single match.
Class Card No Tavern Brawl Prioritize 3 Bomb Salvo 3 Double Zap 4 Kill the Lorewalker 2* Overclock 4
- The meaning is as stated: each number represents the highest number of times an editor has seen that particular card being used in a single match. As to what "single match" means, it means "a match", "one match". As far as "baloney" goes, you seem to have overlooked "has so far been seen": it's not saying this is the maximum, it's saying he has at least that many copies of each of those cards.
- Regarding its purpose, you didn't quote the previous sentence, "It is unknown whether Mechazod uses a traditional deck and hand.". The idea was for editors to contribute, to try to establish how many times Mechazod might play the same card in a match, or if he simply generates cards on the fly. In theory, if he does use a deck, and he only has e.g. 5 copies of Bomb Salvo, it would be useful to know when he used his fifth that he had no more to play. -- Taohinton (talk) 06:22, 16 December 2016 (UTC)
- Having said this, I've gone over the notes again, and it seems unlikely that Mechazod uses a deck anyway. I've therefore expanded the notes, and removed the table. As explained in the notes, the length of the match and anti-repetition algorithms make the point fairly moot anyway. -- Taohinton (talk) 14:02, 16 December 2016 (UTC)