Hi Everyone. This is a fantastic resource, and major props to the individuals involved in its development. Well done!As for pinning it, I'd be happy to mark it as an Announcement on the Tips & Guides page with a redirect remaining on the General Discussion page. I'd be happy to do so if players would like that
I think this is absolutely needed.... it's sad it took fans to do what the developers should have.
I'm pleased to announce the public launch of MtGPQ Wiki, the game's free, unofficial online encyclopedia. The site (https://wiki.mtgpq.info) is an extensive reference for Events:Planeswalkers:Card sets:and more. Anybody can edit the wiki to improve it further.The project was conceived and is hosted by @octal9. A small group of players created the wiki over several months, with the goal of building an asset that's useful to all MtGPQ players and communities. Although the content is extensive, the wiki is by no means "complete", and we hope users will be inspired to give back to the wiki and the community with edits and contributions.(The wiki is an unofficial site which is not affiliated with or endorsed by D3Go or Wizards of the Coast.)//Edited Title -Brigby
I have to say, as knekht did a couple of years ago, that we could use an official data dump with all vital information.
I relied on the wiki for what I didn’t track before starting my own resource, and in at least one instance it has incorrect information posted for a PW as to card type increases for deck composition.
I’m still working on manually entering everything, solo, from cards, and it takes a long time (I have about 7 PWs and 3000 cards to go, and I have done nothing with respect to events). When I’m done, I should have a pocket resource I can use for offline design and deck storage (so I can reconstruct old decks that I have replaced) that should surpass the wiki, largely because no one is maintaining it now in any significant fashion (and for cards has not in a couple of years).
@purvisa If you, or anyone, notice incorrect info on the wiki (and you have the time, of course) it would be great if you could fix the mistakes, or just drop us a line to let us know (leave a comment on a talk page, hit us up on Discord, or even here on the forums). There are still a few of us trying to keep things up to date.
As for card data, yeah, the mtgpq.info database hasn't been updated in a long time. Octal9 doesn't play anymore, but is still generously hosting and maintaining the sites. You could consider reaching out to Larz70 who I believe has a tool that can scrape card/deck data from screenshots.