Hey all! I don’t know about you, but I have been having a very Pokémon-filled summer. Last week I ran a Pokémon camp through my school where I worked with seven 10-11 year old new players, teaching them how to play and working with them to get ready to join a league and start tournaments in the fall. It was a long week, but extremely fun! I have also been a part of many others’ content recently which has been awesome. If you enjoy reading my articles, make sure to follow me on Twitter to see all the other things I am a part of!
Since I was last with you, Burning Shadows discussion has been abundant. While most players are looking toward the new format, there is a very important tournament for a few hundred players in less than a month. As a lucky participant in the annual World Championships, I have been banging my head trying to figure out what is good and what is bad. Today I would like to offer a bunch of general thoughts about the game heading into Worlds and then talk about one specific deck I have been testing: Noivern.
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