Within the last two years I’ve let my ham radio license expire. I’ve now decided that I want to become licensed once more. I was first licensed as an Amateur Radio Operator back in 2006, however my license is currently. After years of pressure from my father, I ultimately completed the test for the Technician class license. I had refused for years because I didn’t want to learn morse code and at the time that was required to pass the most basic license classification, which at the time I believe was Novice. Fast forward to 2006 and I finally decided to enter the exciting word of ham radio. Boy, what a let down that was!
I find cube design overwhelming. The thought of having to gather a list of 360 cards together to create a fun drafting environment seems beyond my abilities. Whenever I begin creating a list, I quickly realize I’m in over my head, and that’s before I even begin to consider the financial cost of gathering all the cards together. Once I start adding up what’s it going to cost to compete the cube I give up. For a long time it seemed like I was going to be stuck building block cube based of other people’s list with a few tweaks here and there. Fortunately, WotC created Mystery Boosters.