The bulk of Jace’s power is in the -2 (and certainly not his arms—I’m gonna say that Jace does not lift). Making a 2/2 and sticking around to provide value isn’t bad, and if you can protect Jace and get to 5, you get multiple tokens and a lot of card flow. If you are ahead, Jace is very good. If you are at parity, he pressures the opponent, and unless you are too far behind, he’s still worth the low investment of 3 mana. Jace may not be a windmill slam like some other planeswalkers, but the combination of affecting the board and getting to an ultimate quickly does make him a good early pick.
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