With Drag being such a unique art form, having endless possibilities of looks and transformations, there always seems to be an argument about “how its supposed to be done.” I for one believe that there is no certain or correct way to do drag.
As public characters or personas, us drag queens get to decide (on our own) the type of drag we choose to represent our own style.
Personally, after playing against it twice, I don't think there is a better card than Keranos, God of Storms for sealed.
Normally, I would say blue/red is one of the worst color combos PERIOD, but if you crack this guy and land him, he is a very hard to answer card that either draws 2 or gives you a free bolt. In draft, I think Keranos gets significantly worse since aggro is more of a viable option, but in sealed since most people aren't killing by turn 5, 6, or even 7 he just gets absolutely bonkers.
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