Hey guys! I'm here with this week's update.
*The Monthly Card for January is Headless Zombie. It is a Sorcerer card using the Consume mechanic, with the Last Gasp effect allowing you to draw the Consumed card. Read about how you might use this in your decks in this article.
*This weekend's event was the Micro Singleton Gauntlet! Rules were that minimum deck size is 30 cards for a deck with two or fewer attributes or 45 cards for a three-attribute deck and can only contain one copy of each card. The golden trio of Singleton decks, Seht's Masterwork, Siege of Stros M'Kai and Morokei, the Deathless, were not allowed in this event since they'd probably be pretty broken in this format. This event ran until Monday, February 3 at 12 PM ET.
*In this edition of Community Spotlight, Tea the Khajiit and Rykoth share how they roleplay in ESO, including tips, in-game tools and other RP resources they use. If you are interested in roleplaying, this might be the article for you.
*Here is another update on ESO's Performance Improvement Plan. Read all about how progress is coming along for future updates and what else is being planned. Update 25 can be played on the PTS for PC/Mac right now.
*The Holiday Raffle 2019 has officially ended, and the winners have been announced. A congratulations to Spymaster Cosades, GreyFox06 and Rozty, as well as the additional winners! You can see who they were alongside some statistics for everyone who participated in the thread. There were less participants than 2018, however the total amount of bytes added was much greater, so well done to everyone!
*The CT thread Deity Article Policy Standardization is still up for voting so feel free to if you haven't yet.
*There appears to have been no February 2020 moot due to lack of topics, so if you have one you'd like to bring up, do sign up on the moot page. The next moot will be held on March 7 at 8PM UTC in the wiki's Discord server.
*Some of the past week's notable additions to the wiki include:
*There have been no new technical updates, though there are two new blogs:
Recapping Community Connect 2020 – if you couldn't attend Community Connect, this blog post breaks down everything that was discussed including Unified Community Platform, the future of Fandom and Gamepedia, videos, Search Engine Optimization and more.
This Month at Fandom - January 2020 – it's a monthly update, but for Fandom. In this one, Community Connect and notable editors are mentioned.
That concludes this week's announcements. Happy discussing!