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Judge Booth - Questions needed

May 6, 2014 10:23:45 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

its time to get Questions including the new JOURNEY INTO NYX Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Theros Block and M14 cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question.

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.

Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Sorry for doubleposting, but we accidently delete the first posting.

Aug. 1, 2014 04:11:13 AM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

its time to get Questions including the new JOURNEY INTO NYX Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Theros Block and M15 cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question.

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good, no M14 if possible.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.

Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Oct. 1, 2014 09:10:10 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,


i hope you got a great time with Khans of Tarkir on the last weekends.

Now its time to get Questions including the new Khans of Tarkir Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Theros Block, M15 and Khans of Tarkir cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question.

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good, no M14 if possible.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.

Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Jan. 24, 2015 04:48:54 AM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

today Fate Reforged hits the Games Stores all other the world.

That means its time to get Questions including the new Fate Reforged Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Theros Block, M15, Khans of Tarkir and Fate Reforged cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good, no M14 if possible.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.


Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

March 27, 2015 04:44:20 AM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

tomorrow (or today depending where you live) Dragons of Tarkir hits the Games Stores all other the world.

That means its time to get Questions including the new Dragons of Tarkir Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Theros Block, M15 and Tarkir Block cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.


Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Edited Michael Wiese (March 27, 2015 04:45:27 AM)

March 27, 2015 06:03:35 AM

Matt Sauers
Judge (Uncertified)

USA - Great Lakes

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hey, Michael!

I can't edit the document. Is there some permission setting or do I have a PEBCAK?

I have a few from our FB groups I was going to enter.

Thanks!

March 27, 2015 06:11:01 AM

Steffen Baumgart
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Anyone with the link should be able to edit the document. Just tried it and it was possible even without being logged into Google.

July 22, 2015 05:19:11 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

Magic Origins hits the Games Stores all other the world last Friday

That means its time to get Questions including the new Magic Origin for the Judge Booth. Please use only Magic Origins and Tarkir Block cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.


Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Oct. 20, 2015 09:53:38 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

the PT Battle for Zendikar was last weekend and before the GameDay we need your help.

That means its time to get Questions including the new Battle for Zendikar Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Bfz and Magic Origins cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.


Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Jan. 20, 2016 08:59:31 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

i hope you enjoyed judging, playing and watching the Oath of the Gatewatch Prereleases.

That means its time to get Questions including the new Oath of the Gatewatch Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Standard legal cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.


Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

April 5, 2016 06:35:52 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

i hope you enjoyed judging, playing and watching the Shadows over Innistraad Prereleases.

That means its time to get Questions including the new Shadows over Innistraad Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Standard legal cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.

Last but not least, the Judge booth Project has a new Leader: Steffen Baumgart tooks over the lead and he ask me to continue with this postings, which i will do.

Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

July 26, 2016 05:53:31 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

i hope you enjoyed judging and playing the Eldritch Moon Prerelease and got your own cards already.

That means its time to get Questions including the new Eldritch Moon Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Standard legal cards for your questions. There is a new coloum at the end, called difficulty. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.

Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Oct. 19, 2016 06:31:47 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

Kaladesh hit the tournaments and the PT has already finished and i hope you have enough “Energy” to help us.

That means its time to get Questions including the new Kaladesh Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Standard legal cards for your questions. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.



Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Jan. 20, 2017 05:13:34 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,

Today Aether Revolt hit the stores around the globe, so its time to use the new energy counters to get some questions for the judgebooth.

We need questions including the new Aether RevoltCards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Standard legal cards for your questions. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.



Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

May 2, 2017 02:47:09 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,
Last weekend Amonkhet was released, so its time to get some questions for the judgebooth.

We need questions including the new Amonkhet Cards for the Judge Booth. Please use only Standard legal cards for your questions. Feel free to rate your question (easy / medium / hard).

If you like to submitted a question, please enter it in the following google doc:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aig7p68d7NwYdDhOSTlZTUVpdlMxVW5QbFVDRjZpZEE#gid=0

There is a sample questions on the first line; please do not delete it. Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it. Doing so makes it easier to use the question at the booth :)

When submitting a new question, please have in mind the following guidelines:

1) Questions should use simple cards when possible; Standard-legal cards would be good.
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting spells, combat, and turn structure)
4) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
5) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.



Thanks and Happy booth Judging
Michael

Edited Michael Wiese (July 23, 2017 03:48:30 AM)