Sorry but incase you haven't seen it for yourself, for the past week or two, the entire MTG reddit has basically been co-opted by some snip ranting about some MTG novel that came out and people didn't like, good luck trying to spread awareness in that dumpster fire. And unfortunately it's the only dumpster fire we have since this is Wotc's communication/feedback platform.
Look at this recent Mark Rosewater post that got put on reddit in regards to the MTG novel situation:
"Our apology is anything but disingenuous. This last week has been a very stressful one for everyone at Wizards. We know we messed up in an area that's very important to us.
I personally have spent every day reading the letters that have been sent to me by all of you, and I can see first hand the pain that we've inadvertently caused. As someone who got in to game design to make people's lives better, I take this very seriously. We all take it very seriously.
Everyone here understands that we, as a company, have work ahead of us to regain the trust some have lost in us. I'm happy to say though that everyone here I've talked with about this topic is united in positively reflecting the diverse and inclusive community that we wish to foster around our games. We need to match our actions with our words, and we plan to. It's an ongoing process that deserves our time and attention."
I want you to read this and then re-read this, put it into perspective that this is the kind of thing that keeps Wotc employees up at night, not nuance over R&D decisions. Even looking at the recent Play Design article was them by and large shirking responsibility and playing the issues off as if they were not that big of a deal, and telling us that things wouldn't even be changing in the near future anyways.
In my opinion, the only messages that you can use to grab attention from the masses into actionable feedback are ban requests, they are fast, concise, and to the point. They easily fit into simple sound bites (e.g. "Wowf***tron") and are easily understood. Again, I have raised this issue before and will do so again, Reddit is not a platform that allows for debates, it simply is not designed for debates to occur, it is an echo chamber. If you feel you can make some giant wall of text, nuanced post on Reddit and for anyone in Wotc to give a damn about it, then go ahead.