Originally Posted by NextoftheLegacy
FTFY. A blogger should always feel free to give his opinion, though the popularity of said blog might plummet if he voices a bad/wrong one (exactly what's currently happening). Also, an outlook on life that you should be the best at what you do or not do it at all is quite a poor one. Obviously, you should try to be the best, but there WILL be times when you feel like a complete incompetent at something you might even define yourself by (your job, your relationships, your HOBBY, etc.). To completely give up is frankly retarded. You'll never grow as a person and you'll probably sink into an introverted shell of social ineptitude. Accept your faults, analyze them, fix them, (keep calm) and carry on. Just a bit of life experience from hanging around engineers every day.
To everyone hating on the blog: let's see if the blog can pick up. If you don't care for it, don't bother and don't flame. It's that simple. No one is forcing you to read their posts.
But as a group, constructive, or even unconstructive criticism is needed. A blog shouldn't be about "Here's my deck and my opinion", it should be about how to improve the game for players. Like Mull to Four. They know what to do. But it seems like Scoop Phase just wanted to cash in on what they were doing. Their blog doesn't do anything to improve the game for players. The first post was a subpar deck, so was the second. So far nothing of interest has been posted, so people will complain/criticize. Even Mt4's troll post was relevant. SP needs relevance. Without that, it's just two people saying "I like this! I like that!" without giving any sort of reason why.