To combat your opinion, we didn’t need redstone, that’s tech in a medieval combat game. We didn’t need it, the game wasn’t missing “electrical circuitry and supercomputers” as a major, game-ruining issue and we got it anyway - and people ENJOYED it. What should be your big powerful reason for banning some magic?
Also, I get that you’re trying to make your backing look big by going off of how many people rejected it in the past, but that’s the thing - that’s the PAST. Opinions change, and maybe people want some combat magic and different styles of battle to balance out the game. Besides - it’s more than just a combat thing, the uses are endless AND it’s not huge or game-breaking enough to upset the current system.
I get you, and I see your point of view, but keeping the game the same because “that’s the way it’s always been” is a corrupt, invalid and outdated viewpoint. AND wanting something in the game isn’t invalid - why else would you suggest something, if the game is as complete as you say it is?
You are of course entitled to an opinion, but so is everyone else, and you should be more accepting of that. If you want to combat it, list some problems with implementing my idea, as opposed to baselessly shutting it down.