The draft helper displays card ratings and comments from pro player Luis-Scott Vargas. Vargas goes through all cards at the start of each set and
gives each of them a rating in articles posted on ChannelFireball.com. We use these ratings and comments in our Draft helper, the ratings are from
a pack 1 pick 1 perspective and also from the start of a season, the ratings are also based on drafting with humans and not the MTG Arena Bots.
The draft helper will also show you which cards you already own and how many copies of them you have. Red numbers means you do not have a playset of
the card yet, while collected playsets will show up as grey. You also have the option to open the draft log where you can see all all earlier packs
including which card in the pack you selected. This is very helpful when determining which card will wheel.
These ratings are great for pinpointing which cards to pick, we are working on a auto-rating system based on picks from MTGA Assistant. Where we will
use the extension and winning decks to evaluate cards in draft.