I have played a total of about three games of Destiny, all with the Rey/Kylo starters, all against people I had just taught to play.
Based on that, I didn't have any desire to start collecting it, but I did think I might consider playing occasionally if there existed a draft format, so I could drop in once a month and not worry about building a collection.
And now there exists a draft format. So I'm considering trying that, if anyone near me ends up running it.
Six boosters per draft is still a fair bit, though. I saw this proposed draft format because for some reason I subscribed to the Destiny subreddit at some point. It uses five boosters, which is a bit better. I'm wondering if, with the draft set instead of the starters and the relaxed deckbuilding rules described in the draft set announcement, it could even be done with four boosters per player.
Of course, the catch is that (a) so far as I can tell, the unofficial format I linked is totally untested and (b) probably stores will just run the official format, and I definitely do not need to be running weird alternate format tournaments in more than one card game.
What do people who've actually played a non-trivial amount of Destiny think of the official draft format? Is the unofficial one I linked as interesting sounding as I think it is, or does it probably just increase complexity for no gain?