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The Best Ones
Watch the video to learn why these are the best.
How do you evaluate Sagu Mauler? Let’s see.
Sagu Mauler is a beast to deal with. Once he’s face up on the field your opponent will groan and sweat about how to get rid of him.
Any combat trick makes him even harder to deal with. He’s one of the best rares in the set.
Pro tip: Hard cast Sagu Mauler face up to prevent your opponent from having the chance to interact with him as a 2/2.
Development: Not a development card, unless played as a morph.
Parity: Top decking Sagu Mauler in a stalled board is nice because then you can really put the pressure on.
Winning: Sagu Mauler is definitely not bad when you’re winning.
Losing: You should be able to buy yourself a few turns if you have a face up Mauler because he can block almost anything on the ground.
What Do You Think?
A rising tide lifts all ships.
Would you make the same first pick I did?
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