One key to the continued health of Magic is diversity. It is vitally important to ensure that there are multiple competitive decks for the tournament player to choose from. If there were only a single viable deck to play, tournaments would quickly stagnate as players were forced to either play that deck or a deck built specifically to beat it. In addition, different players enjoy playing different types of decks. If there are plenty of viable options to play, there will be more players at more tournaments. To help maintain the diversity and health of the Magic tournament environment, a system of banned and restricted lists has been developed.
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Will the New Restricted List Be Good for Vintage?
These include the Power Nine , which are not allowed in any other tournament format. The deck-building rules common to all Constructed formats apply in Vintage. Vintage dates its existence to the separation of sanctioned constructed tournaments into "Type I" and "Type II" the latter is now called Standard. It was sometimes called ' Classic ' a name later used for the Sixth Edition Core Set in  and a similar constructed format in Magic Online from until , when the name Vintage was formally endorsed at the Magic Invitational. Vintage's restricted list was used as the banned list for a format called "Type 1. In September , the two lists were uncoupled, and Type 1.
To help maintain the diversity and health of the Magic tournament environment, the DCI has developed a system of banned and restricted card lists. Banned cards are cards that are not allowed in a particular tournament. For formats involving rotation i. Standard and now retired Extended , banned cards will be unbanned automatically if the respective card is being rotated out.