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The Best Ones
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How do you evaluate Sultai Ascendancy? Let’s see.
Development: Playing Sultai Ascendancy on turn three will give you so much card selection throughout the game. It also is the engine for a great Delve deck.
Parity: This enchantment doesn’t affect the board enough to break a parity situation. The best you get is card selection (which is not bad at all).
Winning: Like most cards Sultai Ascendancy isn’t bad when you’re winning but it doesn’t put much pressure on your foe.
Losing: Not the best card when you’re losing because it does nothing the turn you play it. Hopefully on the next turn you can get into an answer.
Sultai Ascendancy is a build around me card for sure. Be sure to back it up by taking all the Delve cards you can.
What Do You Think?
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