menu

PT Oath of the Gatewatch – Infographic Analysis

Are you a Quiet Speculation member?

If not, now is a perfect time to join up! Our powerful tools, breaking-news analysis, and exclusive Discord channel will make sure you stay up to date and ahead of the curve.

StampaStampa

Diego Fumagalli

I have played Magic since Revised edition, a hobby that has followed me my entire life. I recently started creating infographics and using data visualization--a great game deserves a great communication tool!

View More By Diego Fumagalli

Posted in Event Coverage, Free, Infographic, Oath of the Gatewatch

Have you joined the Quiet Speculation Discord?

If you haven't, you're leaving value on the table! Join our community of experts, enthusiasts, entertainers, and educators and enjoy exclusive podcasts, questions asked and answered, trades, sales, and everything else Discord has to offer.

Want to create content with Quiet Speculation?

All you need to succeed is a passion for Magic: The Gathering, and the ability to write coherently. Share your knowledge of MTG and how you leverage it to win games, get value from your cards – or even turn a profit.

2 thoughts on “PT Oath of the Gatewatch – Infographic Analysis

  1. This is a very cool way to visualize the Pro Tour metagame! One small suggestion: the pie chart was very confusing because you ordered it by percent of the field separately for Day 1 and Day 2. It would have been much easier to track each individual deck if you kept them in the same order for both days.

  2. Fantastic looking infographics, really makes the metagame breakdown quick and easy to understand, thanks for this!

    As Daniel said though, the Day1/Day2 pie chart was slightly confusing – I understand keeping the decks ordered by field percentage for each day, but it might be worth considering more easily distinguishable colours for each deck to improve clarity?

Join the conversation

Want Prices?

Browse thousands of prices with the first and most comprehensive MTG Finance tool around.


Trader Tools lists both buylist and retail prices for every MTG card, going back a decade.