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The Best Ones
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How does Scrapyard Mongrel stands up in the quadrant test? Let’s see.
Development: I am happy to have this card in my opening hand (especially if I have a Bronze Sable as well).
Parity: Not the best at parity because the Mongrel doesn’t effect the board much.
Winning: Great when you’re winning because it bring the beat down.
Losing: Not great in a losing situation because it really can’t turn the game around for you.
While not the best card in the world it is the best in this pack and fills its role nicely.
Red wants to be aggressive and Scrapyard Mongrel is a great curve topper in an aggro red deck.
What Do You Think?
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Would you first pick Scrapyard Mongrel?
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