So, right now, I think the Ward BSA for white dragon's is absolute bogus right now. It's easily forgettable at the moment because of the fact it wears off when the egg hatches and if you're not there when it hatches and it's still sick, it dies. The Zyumorph release was a complete mess since they were stubborn to hatch and got sick really easily. Ward did not help in this case of it wore off after a measly Sox hours. That's not enough time for someone to fall asleep or go to school.
The choice of length was very intentional, and this thread doesn't seem to present much argument for changing that. The general claim seems to be that it "doesn't last long enough to be useful." To understand that, it's important to know what is considered "useful." It seems to be that "useful" means reducing the amount of risk being taken to zero. The specific example given here requests that one can put ward on, go to sleep, and not worry about whether or not the egg will die. While I agree th