Because of the recent patch that enables additional deck slots, we are updating our process for taking screen shots to verify a single playable deck per class. With this update we are also changing our process for communicating bans. We will no longer queue a game with the class we are banning. Instead, we will create an unplayable deck named "BAN" that will communicate the ban through the screen shot process.
Here is the complete new rule that can be found in the official Rules document:
Prior to the beginning of each match, players must complete the following process that will both communicate the ban of each player and verify that only one playable deck exists for each selected class.
If a player bans incorrectly, the opposing player may select their own class to be banned. An incorrect ban includes (but is not limited to): not labeling the “Ban” deck with the title “BAN”, or having a “Ban” deck prepared for a class not selected by the opponent.
If a player has a “Ban” deck that is playable (is a complete deck with 30 cards and of a class that the player is bringing), it will be considered a violation of the 1 deck rule and that class will be prevented from scoring a win.
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