Rob’s Back in’t’Day this week takes us a whole 10 years back to when Paul Cheon picked up a clean sweep in the top 8 of Grand Prix Vancouver. He was playing a deck known is Previous Level Blue, in the old incarnation of Extended – two things the Blue Envelope team certainly misses. T’was a thing of beauty.
The meat of today’s discussion revolves around the Great Designer Search and a certain Hall of Famer’s beef with Maro pertaining to one of the questions:
The answer to this question is baffling to me. It just seems… false. 4/4 flying vigilance is simply more likely to be an UW card than a BG card. Like, it could literally show up next set as UW, but not as BG. pic.twitter.com/fSN2dyTmRH
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) February 14, 2018
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