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Judge Booth - Questions needed

May 9, 2017 03:55:56 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

We are still like looking for more questions. As of now, we only have 3 questions, what isnt that much.

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

Thanks Michael

July 22, 2017 03:50:10 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,
its time to get some new questions for the judgebooth.

We need questions including the new Hour of Devastation 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

Sept. 18, 2017 07:42:33 AM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,
its time again to get some new questions for the judgebooth.

We need questions including the new Ixalan 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

Sept. 30, 2017 01:32:52 PM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Arrrr Ping on this one. As we need
more questions for the booth from Ixalan :) Please give us more.

Jan. 15, 2018 05:33:05 AM

Michael Wiese
Judge (Level 2)

German-speaking countries

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello fellow Judges,
its time again to get some new questions for the judgebooth.

We need questions including the new Rivals of Ixalan 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 for your questions and Happy booth Judging
Michael

March 21, 2018 09:26:28 AM

Jean-François DURMONT
Judge (Level 2)

France

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hello everyone

I received some mails about what is happening with the Judge Booth.

The website is currently out of service, and the project is in stand by due to various reasons. I completly understand that this project is usefull for a lot of you, but unfortunetly I don't have an expected date for a return to the normalcy.

Some guys are working at the time I am writing this news, to find a solution. So, please be patient.

Thanks for your reading and understanding,

Jean-François

Edited Jean-François DURMONT (March 21, 2018 09:28:13 AM)

April 13, 2018 03:39:47 AM

Jean-François DURMONT
Judge (Level 2)

France

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Hola everybody !

The Dominaria spoiler season is over and it's time to get some new questions for the Judge Booth.

If you want to submit one or many questions including Dominaria cards, enter them in this following google spreadsheet :

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aTzm2fXWtOy4w-C1DWdLM6sL4PDuARwvLb-j2OHjDUs/edit#gid=0

There is a sample question on the first line ; please do not delete it (I will be really disappointed if you do). 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) It's hightly recommanded to use standard cards but, you can also use cards from exotic sets like commander and old sets if there is at least one Dominaria card in them, except maybe silver bordered sets (no, you don't want to explain unstable weird thing to judge candidates and players !)
2) Questions should both test and educate.
3) Questions should involve core rules. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting and resolving spells, combat, turn structure, basic replacement effects, trigered abilities, SBA)
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.

Do not worry, the Judge Booth is about to be online again. Please be patient.

Thanks for your reading and hope you will enjoy your Dominaria prereleases !

Jean-François & the Judge Booth Team

Edited Jean-François DURMONT (April 14, 2018 10:06:19 AM)

July 9, 2018 05:11:54 AM

Jean-François DURMONT
Judge (Level 2)

France

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Guttentag everyone !

The M19 spoiler season is over and it's time to get some new questions for the Judge Booth.

If you want to submit one or many questions including M19 cards, enter them in this following google spreadsheet :

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aTzm2fXWtOy4w-C1DWdLM6sL4PDuARwvLb-j2OHjDUs/edit#gid=0

There is a sample question on the first line and also two other questions which need to be added to the booth ; please do not delete them (I will be really disappointed if you do).

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

  • 1) Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it.
  • 2)It's hightly recommanded to use standard cards but, you can also use cards from exotic sets like commander and old sets if the question is interesting, except maybe silver bordered sets (no, you don't want to explain unstable weird thing to judge candidates and players !)
  • 3) Questions should both test and educate.
  • 4) Questions should involve core rules but this is not a necessity. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting and resolving spells, combat, turn structure, basic replacement effects, trigered abilities, SBA)
  • 5) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
  • 6) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.

Thanks to recent statistic, it is really appreciated to submit questions on following theme : copy effects, game zones (questions which involve a particular game zone like graveyard or exil in order to work), golden rules (the “can't” beat the “can” rule for example), layers, turn structure.

Thanks for your reading and hope you enjoyed your M19 prereleases !

Jean-François & the Judge Booth Team

Edited Jean-François DURMONT (July 10, 2018 04:10:39 AM)

Sept. 23, 2018 03:23:54 PM

Jean-François DURMONT
Judge (Level 2)

France

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Buenos dias everyone

The Guilds of Ravnica spoiler season is over and it's time to get some new questions for the Judge Booth.

If you want to submit one or many questions including Guilds of Ravnica cards, enter them in this following google spreadsheet :

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aTzm2fXWtOy4w-C1DWdLM6sL4PDuARwvLb-j2OHjDUs/edit#gid=0

There is a sample question on the first line and also a question which need to be added to the booth ; please do not delete them (I will be really disappointed if you do).

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

  • 1) Please follow the “You” and “Your opponent” wording on it.
  • 2)It's hightly recommanded to use standard cards but, you can also use cards from exotic sets like commander and old sets if the question is interesting, except maybe silver bordered sets (no, you don't want to explain unstable weird thing to judge candidates and players !)
  • 3) Questions should both test and educate.
  • 4) Questions should involve core rules but this is not a necessity. (Basics about layers, targeting, casting and resolving spells, combat, turn structure, basic replacement effects, trigered abilities, SBA)
  • 5) Questions should not contain more than 4 cards. Keep the questions simple and not too hard to understand what is going on.
  • 6) Questions should not be yes/no questions. We don’t want players to be able to guess the answer.

Thanks for your reading and hope you will enjoy yours prereleases !

Jean-François & the Judge Booth Team

April 28, 2019 04:38:43 AM

Jean-François DURMONT
Judge (Level 2)

France

Judge Booth - Questions needed

Bonjour judges,


War of the Spark is coming soon and that means we can have some new questions for the Judge Booth interface.

As always you can submit your questions via the spreadsheet at…
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aTzm2fXWtOy4w-C1DWdLM6sL4PDuARwvLb-j2OHjDUs/edit#gid=0
or you can enter them directly in the interface itself if you have access.

To echo Jean-François from previous posts, new questions should follow the guidelines listed below:

1) The players in each question should be identified as “You” and “Your opponent”.

2) The use of all standard cards in your questions is desired but not mandatory. Cards from all formats including Commander or Vintage are acceptable.

3) Questions should both test and educate the readers. In particular, they should aim to teach the core rules of the game (layers, the turn structure, state-based actions, replacement effects, etc.) but questions that don't are still allowed.

4) Try to keep the number of different cards and tokens used in a question to five or less.

5) Try to avoid having “Yes/No” answers to a question. We don't want readers to be able to guess the right answer.


Thank you for your time. I wish you all a wonderful prerelease weekend.

Eric Paré & the Judge Booth Team