The Cube, According to Gatherer, Part Seven – Two Cubes? No One Said Nothing About Two Cubes…

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  1. “Put the cards on top of your library, then shuffle your library.” I realize you take a lackadaisical, grokkability-over-proper templating approach (like they do in R&D too), but that still makes me go 🤔

    • jmgariepy says:

      If the complaint is “You don’t have to put the cards back on top of your library, since they never left your library.” then, yeah, I got to agree, it bothers me to. It just seemed like the best way to ensure people were performing the correct action in sequence. But it makes me go 🤔 as well.

      • My point is you’re shuffling the cards you wanted on top back into the library. You’d need to shuffle *before* you put them on top. Oh, hold on, you’re only shuffling the top 5 cards; that’s super counterintuitive. Shuffling should always mean the whole library imo. I think it say “randomize the top 5 cards of your library” to avoid mental shortcutting.

        • jmgariepy says:

          Ah! You’re right. It should say ‘randomize’, like cards with Cascade. Or probably, “Then put the top five cards in your library in a random order.” I’ll take care of this tomorrow. Thanks!

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