Things have changed a bit in the land of Underground. Instead of mostly longer pieces, we’re now aiming to engage our thoughts in a much more succinct fashion — but more frequently — frankly, that has proven itself to be a little bit difficult for me. However, this is not necessarily a bad thing; I think my articles in the past almost had a formula to them, so it was easy for me to get going once I knew what I needed to cover, but now I have to focus considerably more.
As Shakespeare famously says, “brevity is the soul of wit” (perhaps the bard himself favored speedier, aggressive decks to anything requiring setup). I think that there is a real skill in the efficiency of using as few words as possible to say as much as possible, so with that in mind, let us begin today’s piece by looking at a new deck that I believe has gone somewhat overlooked in the current format!
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