Hello again, readers. Team Up has just dropped and will become tournament legal very soon. I’m going to talk about the set and certain cards before anything else. I’m also going to cover a few very relevant decks that I feel should be on almost everyone’s radar as matchups to test against as well as decks to consider playing. Team Up has introduced/made viable quite a few different decks, and it has also added more consistency into the game than any recent set.
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