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What’s Inside

Ghostfire bladeWitness of the agesArmament corpsWinterflameWind-scarred crag
Force awaySultai bannerKill shotRugged highlandsWoolly loxodon
Molting snakeskinFirehoof cavalryValley dasherWetland sambar

The Best Ones

Ghostfire bladeArmament corpsWinterflame

Watch the video to learn why these are the best.

My Pick

Ghostfire blade

How does Ghostfire Blade stand up when critically evaluated? Let’s see.

Development: Having Ghostfire Blade in your opening hand is great. You can play it on turn one and reasonably be able to equip it on turn 4.
Morphs are such a huge part of this format that you will find many targets to attach Ghostfire Blade to for cheap.

Parity: Ghostfire Blade is not a corner-turning power house and does not shine at parity.

Winning: Of course, when you’re winning Ghostfire Blade won’t stop you.

Losing: Ghostfire Blade won’t turn any games around but it will make your blockers bigger and buy you some time.

One of the things I like most about Ghostfire Blade is that it’s colorless and by taking it as our first pick we remain open. Overall Ghostfire Blade is very strong because you’ll have morphs around pretty much the whole game.

What Do You Think?

A rising tide raises all ships.

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Would you first pick Ghostfire Blade from this pack?

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