Idealistically? Yes.Snake_Foxhounder;n9605101 said:It should either be removed for everyone or added to everyone.
Can't speak for other people, but in my case it was because I really don't know. I don't trust the app (it's not entirely reliable, as has been proven many times in various streams), and nor do I need deck trackers. But on the other hand it couldn't hurt to have an official version available for everyone - as long as it'd be toggleable.RickMelethron;n9605201 said:why do people use the option "i dont know" instead of something relevant?
But nobody asked to be mandatory, as any feature, just like you can mute emotes, there would be an option to "turn tracker off". Even the 3rd party ones have this, to not show deck and cards played, you could only use it to record your win/loss rate.FG15-ISH7EG;n9725661 said:I voted for it being a 3rd party option. I don't have anything against the effect existing, but I don't want it for me, because keeping track of all these things myself is part of the fun for me. So if qwent tracker was included, I would loose a lot of fun playing the game.
You reasoning is flawed. They don't ban it because they can't. It's an important distinction.Jigzter;n9723961 said:Strategy is built upon information. Trackers let you have easy access to information which you actually should know but don't have easy access to while in game. Do I consider it cheating? Hell no. Which is also why the devs allowed it and don't ban players who use it. Does it give you a big advantage over someone who doesn't use it? Yes, if your opponent doesn't note or write down the details of his/her cards and of the cards your using (seriously though, who would bother writing it down and make notes?). So yes, I believe features of the tracker should be implemented in the game officially in order to even out the playing field.