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Best of CFB
1: Ben is completely right that Flare is the best non rare by a comical margin and better than most rares so it “should” go 2nd at the latest.
2: The question of why it goes this late is really interesting. Thread: https://t.co/DSiw09Xp5f
— Sam Black (@SamuelHBlack) May 3, 2020
Not the best cold read. pic.twitter.com/rGt528gd0V
— Sam Pardee (@Smdster) May 5, 2020
It's not *just* that every deck plays Lurrus, it's that it obviously shows up every single game, and the part I find least fun is how much it snowballs games in a format that already has a lot of that. Once again, Black Lotus didn't need the help.
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) May 3, 2020
if you find yourself complaining about a deck you should probably just play it
— Jessica (@jesstephan) May 6, 2020
Which Ikoria card do you most wish had been printed with cycling? This is mine. pic.twitter.com/WCSCeIyJin
— Brian David-Marshall *Save My DCI # and History* (@Top8Games) May 6, 2020