Hello friends! Travis Nunlist here with an update on my Guardians Rising explorations. Since my last piece, I’ve done immense amounts of testing and even had two League Cups in the new format! One was Expanded and the other Standard requiring two entirely different formats to prepare for with this phenomenal new set. Having some League Cups with the new set legal was especially helpful in preparing for the upcoming Seattle Regionals, which I will also be attending.
Exploring the Guardians Rising format has been incredibly fun for me, and I’ve tried toying with just about every single viable card from the set to see what I can come up with. I believe this set is probably the best set I’ve seen since I started playing, and my very first Prerelease was HGSS: Undaunted in 2010! I cannot wait to see what everyone else will come up with at the upcoming Regionals.
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