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|What? - Recent Wotc Announcements
Invasion - General Information & FAQ - September 21, 2000
DCI Banned and Restricted List Announcement - effective October 1, 2000
2000-2001 DCI Rules - Effective September 1st, 2000
The DCI has announced the new version of the floor rules for the 2000-2001 tournament season, which go into effect September 1, 2000.
An Analysis of the Changes in the
Magic: The Gathering®DCIFloor Rules
DCI™ Universal Tournament Rules
between the 1999-2000 and 2000 - 2001 Tournament Seasons
by John Carter, DCI Level 3 Judge
The new policy on Pro Tour invitations - July 2000, Jeff Donais
Here is the old way to get invited to the Pro Tour:
The new policy simply replaces number 3 with:
3. Any player with 20 or more Pro Points in the professional standing.
So, we are replacing a "Top 50" with "Certain number of points". This will make it easier for people to know if they will be invited based on Pro Points. It doesn't affect any of the other methods. You still get invited based on rating normally. This doesn't affect that many people, it's really just something that helps players and staff logistically.
|June 2000, Rules Team Rulings and Errata - Errata to fix Hollow Warrior, Mercenary Informer, Rebel Informer, Rhystic Cave, and the Dual lands|
You may check Wizards archive of All Wotc Rulings and Errata - monthly
|Prophecy FAQ - Questions Wotc thinks will be asked at the Prophecy Pre-releases|
|Prophecy Card Clarifications - by the NetReps|
|Mercadian Masques Block - - Lin Sivvi, Defiant Hero is banned |
Rishadan Port is banned (effective July 1, 2000)
|Combining the Extended and Standard ratings - Well, I haven't seen specific dates on this yet, but its definitely going to happen. Best guess is some type of weighted average based on the number of games played in each format.|
| Format for the Chicago ProTour Qualifiers - Mercadian Masques block constructed. Wizards is now alternating with these formats:
|Change in requirements for Judge certification - Getting certified to be a Level 1 DCI judge
just got a little easier. It used to be that you had to work for two events with a Level 3 judge.
Now, providing you have other judging experience, you can just work one event with a Level 3.|