CT5 and I have been testing a Card Hunter format that we've found we enjoy immensely: peasant. Peasant means you run only items that are common or uncommon—no rares, no epics, no legendaries. The advantages of this format are that some cards are either hard to get or impossible to get—there's no nimble strike, little nimbus, no obliterating bludgeon, etc.. It is harder to one-hit-kill characters, healing is a bit better, positioning is still super important, terrain effects are a bit stronger, the list goes on. Basically, it's a different game. I personally greatly prefer the games I've played in this format to the games I've played outside the format, with a few exceptions. On the whole, I think the gameplay experience is much better. I don't say this to question BM's use of rarity in its loot comparison engine and grind progression, just to accurately describe the joy of this format. If anyone would like to build a party, the rules are simple: • Make a PvP party (level 18) • Include only items of common and uncommon rarity. In order to keep the meta healthy and ensure fun is had by all, we may institute a ban list down the line. In the meantime, get brewing! If you want to actually play peasant Card Hunter: • Go into PvP lobby. • Look in active player list for people who have posted in this thread. • Try talking to them to ask if they'd be interested in some peasant. • If yes, invite to casual game using your peasant build. At this time I think there is basically nothing in the game itself that will help us find each other. So use this thread to arrange matches or whatever. I'm pretty heavily invested in this format, and intend to keep it going as long as possible, so I'll be around and down to play as frequently as possible. I'm also interested in discussing the peasant meta (which is and will remain quite different from the actual PvP meta). Anyway, drop your thoughts below and I hope to cross low-powered blades with you on the field of battle!