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The Best Ones
Watch the video to learn why these are the best.
How do you evaluate Dig Through Time? Let’s see.
Dig Through Time gives you excellent card selection. Bringing it’s cost down to 4 feels about right to me.
More often than not you’ll want to fire this spell off later, once you’ve played out most your hand and developed your board a bit.
Development: Dig doesn’t develop your board but it does set you up for future turns.
Parity: Top decking this spell is not bad in a stalled board because you can get exactly what you need.
Winning: Dig Through Time will keep you in the lead as you should be able to keep the upper hand through selection.
Losing: If you have the answers you need in the deck this is one of the best ways to get to them. Seven cards deep is a big deal and you should be able to find what you’re looking for.
What Do You Think?
A rising tide lifts all ships.
Would you make the same first pick I did?
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