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The Best Ones
Watch the video to learn why these are the best.
How do you evaluate Murderous Cut? Let’s see.
Development: Removal is so good to have in Limited and it doesn’t get much better than this. Now days 5 mana is a good cost for removal and you even have the option of playing Murderous Cut for less.
Parity: Top decking Murderous Cut spells the end of your opponents biggest threat or blocker. That could be enough to tip the scales.
Winning: Stay ahead by cutting the legs out from under your opponent’s blocker.
Losing: Destroying the biggest threat buys you time but you’ll still need board presence to turn the game around.
What Do You Think?
A rising tide lifts all ships.
Would you make the same first pick I did?
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