The Regionals Tournament reports have been coming fast, and I’m still completely buried. (Alan Meaney’s thirty-page report didn’t help matters, taking up an amazing two and a half hours to edit, though it was about as good as tourney reports get.) As of this point, I still have twenty-six tourney reports to go – and as has been noted before, tourney reports are the hardest single Magic report to edit. (HINT: The next person who sends in any damn article that doesn’t have all of the card names capitalized is going to need a proctologist to remove my sneaker.)
As a result, I’ll try to catch up this weekend, but the reports pour in. I will ask, cheerfully, that unless a) you finished in the Top 32 or b) were running some sort of notably interesting rogue deck, you please refrain from sending in any reports for the time being. It will save me time and effort. Thank you.
Also, thanks to everyone who offered to pinch-hit for me; alas, the time it would take to train you to do it to my retentive standards would take more time than it would to get out from under this flurry of reports. And, God willing, this should only happen twice a year. Message ends.