What up everyone. The transition from Standard to Expanded is always exciting and one I have enjoyed over the last few seasons. Even when Expanded feels very stale and broken, the sheer number of possible combinations available leads to some interesting and fun thought experiments. With the recent bans of key, oppressive cards, this process is more exciting than ever.
The other writers have laid a good framework for what to reasonably expect in Expanded, but I would like to offer some of my thoughts on that as well. Then we can jump into some other decks that have potential in such a large card pool.
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