Hey I've been playing Magic a long time but aren't that great. The ability to remove cards from your base decks now is huge and I was wondering if I should ALWAYS try to aim for a 60-card deck as much as possible?
So far my strategy has been to use all the unlocks (which is stupid because some of them are terrible like the 3x green 4-cost 6-life giving sorceries) and everytime I add an unlockable card, I take a card out to compensate.
It's keeping my decks super streamlined and consistent. I was just wondering if I'm doing this right and should continue aiming for 60-card decks.
My trick to decide which card to take out is when I press DECK STATS with Y, I check which casting-cost group is too heavy. Like if I have too many 3-cost or 4-cost spells relative to the others, i try to trim there first.
Anyway, this is how I've been approaching this for now. I assume later on down the road the community will come up with ideal deck builds for the 10 decks and people can use that if they agree with it. But for now, i'm just having fun.