Hey everyone—I hope you all have been enjoying exploring the new Standard format! Last time I was here, I recapped Worlds a bit and presented some Seismitoad variants for Expanded. Unfortunately, Seismitoad did not perform well in Fort Wayne, as the unprecedented rise of Golisopod kept it from finding success. I myself ended up playing Golisopod/Garbodor, finishing in the Top 256 for pity points. As Pablo wrote about a few weeks ago, he did quite well with the same list. My apologies we did not share our thoughts on the deck before the tournament, but we did not even know we were going to play it until the night before!
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