If this ends up being more of a bear format, this will earn its 2.0 rating, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this was a 1.5. Core sets tend to alternate between “play all your bears” and “you need bigger cards to win”, so it’ll be interesting to see where this lands. I suspect that G/W and R/G are likely to play this more often, with U/G and B/G largely leaving it on the sidelines. Vigilance isn’t nothing, but it’s not much, since this will perish most of the times it gets into combat.
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