Or at least it says so in the url.
And it's how I personally address my blog.
And now I've changed the title of the blog.
Okay I'm going to be blunt here, Cardfight Vanguard is boring. It used to be an alright game, as everything before set 10 was moderately around the same power range and, ignoring Cross-Rides, it was a rather level playing field. Nowadays, not so much. And what with the game turning into Cardight RestandtheVanguard and only being able to find so much joy out of an errata'd format I'm building with friends, it's just no longer grabbing my interest like it used to.
Not to mention the CFV communities are all generally big bumbling messes of asshats everywhere but, I think some of you who have been reading for a while have already figured this out.
I think I want to branch out from here. Find some other card game or turn based strategy game to put analytical thought to. Now before someone mentions it, I am not abandoning Cardfight Vanguard. I will continue to post my own kind of analysis articles at the irregular rate I already do. After all, there's still so much I can write about game design when I feel my rough drafts become presentable. However, now just seems to be a really good time to try and get my feet wet with other games, maybe carry something over from Vanguard over to another game or vice versa, and explore these new concepts. Who knows, maybe I'll come across an entire chapter of newfound thought that I can't normally find from Cardfight Vanguard alone, but would be brilliant if I could carry it over.
So, big question. Does anyone want to read my articles analyzing games other than Cardfight Vanguard, and if so, do you have any recommendations? I'd like to keep it to card games, just for consistency's sake, but so long as you don't tell me to review Kaijudo, I'd be very interested to accommodate.