Competitive Wynn PvP could be a thing with one simple trick! Now I know this sounds simple. But a 1v1 arena would be super cool. Forgetting about the glaring issues with wynn pvp for two seconds (we all know them), an arena that allowed only one duel at a time and forces those two players to stay inside the arena would be nice. A timer for the duel would probably be reasonable to prevent the most obvious softlocks. So why is this "super cool"? 1v1s in games are immediately competitive. Take Maiden & Spell for example, an indie bullet hell 1v1 game which had 37 double-elimination community tourneys in 2021. Check out cool stats here. No matter the game, the genre, or the balance, people will organize tournies and create a playerbase for competitive 1v1s if it's made possible by the game. I personally TO'd half of the major+ tier tournaments and was involved as a commentator in the other half. This is an indie game with single-digit concurrent players, one of many tiny games out there. People will always get involved, no matter how niche, as long at the foundation is there. If a community can form around a game as small as this, you can easily see the potential with wynn pvp. Isn't it possible now? There's too little infrastructure. Did I say too little? Basically none. Duels announce the winner to the participants only. There's no fixed boundaries, requiring trust especially with the existence of movement spells. An arena with basic features (restricted to two players that are trapped inside but can be watched, timer, announce winner to all nearby players) would jumpstart a community that never really got to exist: competitive wynn pvp.