After several rounds of testing and a tournament, the Eternal format revamp is finished. There were some final changes from the last iteration.
With Continental Championships in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to revisit the Standard Ban List in light of what those tournaments have shown us about the state of the game.
Testing on Eternal draws to a close. A lot of decks were tried—some proved to be too problematic even in this high-powered format. Today, I am announcing two things: a tournament and a new iteration on the list!
We’re continuing to build the new NISEI Eternal format. Version 1.0 of the format points list is out now.
System Gateway has been out for several months and the metagame has adapted. Time for a significant Standard Ban List update.
With almost a month having passed since the release of System Gateway, certain issues have arisen in the Standard format metagame which we are keen to address. Although we are currently testing a far-reaching new update which we hope to release in June, we have decided to also issue a small update right away, intended to slow down some of the fastest decks in the game.
Your friendly NISEI Balance Team is releasing a small update to the Standard Ban List in time for System Gateway and System Update 2021.
An update to the NISEI Standard Ban List for 2020, just in time for the NISEI World Championships!
Explaining the changes to the 20.06 NISEI Standard Ban List, both in format and content.
Announcing the 20.06 update to the NISEI Standard Ban List, including a new name and a new approach to banning.
When can you expect the new banned and restricted lists? Michael gives a look behind the scenes.
Releasing update 3.4b to the NISEI Most Wanted List.