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The Best Ones
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Polymorphous Rush can be a combat blow out but the set up cost is moderate. Specifically, there has to be a creature worth copying, either yours or your opponents, and then you need at least one creature on your side of the board.
If these conditions don’t exist then Polymorphous Rush this is a dead card.
So the upside is high but the down side is pretty low. It’s risky first picking big swing cards like Polymorphous Rush but if you do then make sure you draft plenty of creatures to back it up, a couple worth copying and several others to beef up.
What Do You Think?
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Would you pick something else over Polymorphous Rush?
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