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How does Thousand Winds stand up when critically evaluated? Let’s see.
Development: Normally 6 mana spells are outside of the development range but with morph that changes.
I am happy to have Thousand Winds in my opening hand because I can play it on turn three.
Parity: If Thousand Winds is face down it’s an amazing parity card because when you’re opponent attacks you will punish them.
Winning: If you’re winning you can always hard cast Thousand Winds for a 5/6 flyer.
Losing: Having 7 mana to use when you’re losing will prove to be the problem here. If you can catch your opponent the Thousand Winds can turn the game around for you.
What Do You Think?
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Would you first pick Thousand Winds from this pack?
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