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Dominion Fan Card Versions Standardization
« on: February 28, 2020, 07:04:26 pm »

Hello All!

I've been seeing more and more version information attached to fan cards lately. I think it's a neat addition that can show how much work has gone into a card. However, other than seeing how many iterations a card has gone through, it doesn't convey much information beyond that. Perhaps we can all change that by coming up with a standard. Is anyone interested?

  • Come up with a standard acronym. Something like DFC (Dominion Fan Card).
  • Determine pertinent information to include. Something like DFCv0.1-DFCv0.99 for untested ideas; DFCv1.1-DFCv1.99 for baseline tested; DFCv2.1-DFCv2.99 for play tested; and DFCv3.1-DFCv3.99 for both baseline and play tested.


DFCv0.2 would show this is the 2nd iteration of an untested card idea.

These are just some initial ideas to get the ball rolling. I'd love to hear everyone's input!
« Last Edit: February 28, 2020, 07:10:59 pm by Kudasai »


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Re: Dominion Fan Card Versions Standardization
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2020, 07:09:33 pm »

I already do this in my own file for fan cards except my scale of how well tested it is goes 0-5. (0 being untested and 5 being tested a lot)


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Re: Dominion Fan Card Versions Standardization
« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2020, 09:21:26 am »

i'd suggest the number after the decimal point be two separate digits - the tenths is for tracking revisions that change the intent of a card, or change how it's played, and the hundreths digit is for minor wording revisions, art tweaks, etc.
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