Nei commenti del thread è intervenuto Ben Brode che si è scusato per la mancata comunicazione e si è impegnato per migliorare il modo in cui scrivono le patch note.
Il Game Director ha proseguito dicendo che, nonostante nel suo primo anno non abbiano fatto nulla per supportare il gioco Selvaggio, nel 2017 hanno compiuto azioni mirate come il nerf a Maldestriero e il primo torneo mondiale, e ha invitato a lasciare più feedback possibile per continuare a migliorare.
bbrode ha scritto
Thanks for writing this all up. Happy to have a public discussion about Wild. Maybe I can provide some insight and we can chat together about how to improve it.
you made a change affecting Naga Sea Witch that was not communicated, and it's tearing up the Wild meta
It was clearly a mistake that this change missed the patch notes. We'll take a look at our internal process for how to handle this type of thing going forward.
We've been keeping a close eye on the data for the Naga Sea Witch deck and it's definitely not looking overpowered today (it's got about a 50% winrate). We think people are likely to get better at the deck and it might continue to climb in winrate. We're happy to nerf things if it gets into a bad place.
it would be nice if you cared about the Wild format.
Wild is a lot more fun this year than I think it was last year when it was only 2 sets different from Standard. And I think it will get more fun every year. This year we showed more support for Wild than every before, hosting a Wild Tournament, and offering Wild sets for sale again for the first time since the format launched. We also nerfed our first Wild-only card (Dreadsteed) because we were very worried about what would happen to the Wild metagame when KFT launched.
I don't think we've done a good job historically supporting Wild enough. But I do think we've been doing better lately, and it's very important to us that Wild be a real format that is properly supported.
Feedback about what players like to see in Wild, and how we can better support the format is very helpful to us, and things like bringing back Wild sets to the online store are a direct result of this feedback.