It's been awhile since we've done an episode of Talking Goats. Tomorrow will feature ACP and Skully, and they will be discussing GoatFormat.com's biggest initiative for 2019. No spoilers on what that is! You'll want to make sure that you see this one live at twitch.tv/GoatFormat, tomorrow (3/24/2019) at 10 AM EST. We'll be taking questions from the chat as we go.
Did you miss out on debate team in high school? On our discord server, we're trying out an experiment that we call "weekly debates." Starting today, we have a channel in our discord server called #weekly_debates. Each week there will be a new aspect of Goat Format strategy to discuss and debate. Anyone can share their opinion or argue against someone else's opinion. At the end of the week, we will write-up a summary of each of the arguments offered up during that week into a convenient and digestible form for GoatFormat.com (giving credit to individuals where necessary). This allows a reader to easily see how the Goat Format community as a whole feels about an issue rather than just see one person's opinion.
Our first topic is: What is Goat Control's worst/hardest matchup? Assume that all players are competent and have fairly standard maindeck and sidedeck choices. Join our discord server to participate!
One of the biggest Yugitubers in the community, Jon Moore aka House of Champs, talked about his thoughts on goatformat.com in today's Yu-Gi-Oh! Market Watch. For those who don't know, Jon Moore and his good friend Billy Brake are both big fans of Goat Format, and we hope to see them do some Goat Format videos or streams soon. From one Yu-Gi-Oh! content creator to another, thank you House of Cards for the work that you do for the community.
We're going to have a variety of people streaming every week, so be sure to follow us at twitch.tv/GoatFormat. For now, enjoy watching Mascis's unique array of decks in this 3 hour stream that we have recorded for your entertainment.
Did you miss our GoatFormat.com Awareness Stream on twitch.tv last night? Don't worry, we've uploaded it to YouTube so that you can see everything that went down. There's a lot of different matches in there, featuring decks like Goat Control, Chaos variants, Monarchs, and Gravekeepers. It's was a pretty long stream, 5 hours, so you might want to watch it a match at a time and come back later (or you can binge watch it).
Check it out at twitch.tv/GoatFormat and help get the word out there!
We'll be streaming Goat Format for a good few hours and chatting with our members on discord, come join in on the fun!
We've been working hard on getting this website into presentable shape, and this weekend we'll be letting the world know about our site and our vision for creating a wonderful Goat Format community. But we could always use your help, so tell your friends to come check us out. If they're thinking about getting into Goat Format, now's the perfect time to start.
On Friday, we plan to make several posts in various large Yu-Gi-Oh! communities (forums, reddit, facebook groups, etc.) to get the word out about GoatFormat.com. If there's any that we missed, feel free to give us a shoutout yourself. We would greatly appreciate it.
On Saturday, at 5 PM EST, we plan to have a GoatFormat.com Awareness Stream at twitch.tv/GoatFormat. Our contributors will be together playing matches with commentary, chatting about Goat Format, and taking questions from the viewers. It'll be lots of fun, so be sure to check it out. This stream will be the first of many to come.
Our short-term plan is to start working on guides to each deck in Goat Format. Right now, our "Decks" section of the site is totally empty, and we don't like that! Our first deck guides should start going up next week. Then we want to start working on some Youtube videos to go along with each page of the site. We know that some people are more visual learners. Of course, any suggestion are always welcome. Just comment below and tell us what you'd like to see.