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What’s Inside

In garruk’s wakeMight makes rightParagon of gathering mistsSunblade elfRuneclaw bear
Unmake the gravesRotfeaster maggotTitanic growthCovenant of bloodPlummet
Lava axeResearch assistantMidnight guardCrowd’s favor

The Best Ones

Sunblade ElfRotfeaster maggot

Watch the video to learn why these are the best.

My Pick

Sunblade elf

How does Sunblade Elf stand up in the quadrant theory? Let’s see.

Development: I like having Sunblade Elf in my opening hand, especially with one of eachland type.

Parity: With enough mana open Sunblade Elf can boost your entire team. This can make your attacks more relevant but also might not be enough.

Winning: When you’re winning Sunblad Elf doesn’t really add too much more pressure, so while it’s not good it’s not great.

Losing: Sunblade Elf is not good when you are behind. He’s just a small chump blocker that won’t do much to save the day.

To be honest Sunblade Elf is not an all star, but this pack was so weak that he’s the best we’ve got.

What Do You Think?

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Would you first pick Sunblade Elf?

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