Let’s try something new. The full contents of Amonkhet were released to the public on Friday after the close of a wildly successful two weeks of previews. Now that everything has been released to the wild I poured through the full set and picked out my favorite cards and gave them high school yearbook style superlatives—e.g., Most Likely to Become a Rock Star. Check out which cards I thought made the grade from useful categories like Most Likely Common to be First-Picked to somewhat less useful categories like Most Likely to Fail the Five Trials.

Most Likely to be Lavinia of the Tenth‘s Favorite Angel

Most Likely to be Brought Up by Star Wars Nerds

Most Likely to be Designed 10 Years Ago

Most Likely to Have the Playtest Name “Are You My Mummy?”

Most Likely to Blow You Out in Draft

Most Likely Gideon

Most Likely to go in the Modern Event Deck

Most Likely to be Altered to Look Like Your Cat

Most Likely to be Banned in Modern

Most Likely to be Inconsistently Translated into French

Most Likely to Infringe On Your First Amendment Rights

Most Likely to Go Into the Standard Dredge Deck I’m Building

Most Likely to Let You Down for Not Being Astral Slide

Most Likely to Always Be Able to Attack

Most Likely to Be Better Than You Thought

Most Likely to Be Ba-roken

Most Likely to Pander to Nicol Bolas

Most Likely to be the Best Pick in the Five-Color Cycling Deck You Insist on Forcing

Most Likely to Brrrraaaaiiinnnnnssssssss…

Most Likely to Remind You of This Scene from “The Mummy”

Most Likely to Cost Way Too Much Money

Most Likely Never to Be Played (I Couldn’t Help Myself)

Most Likely to Be Last Picked

Most Likely to Elicit Puns from Luis Scott-Vargas

Most Likely Common to be First Picked

Most Likely Crop Member to Fail the Five Trials

Most Likely to Cheat Eldrazi Into Play in Standard

Most Likely to Non-Bo with Melira, Sylvok Outcast

Most Likely to Destroy Heart of Kiran

Most Likely to be the Best Card in an Underwhelming Sealed Pool

Most Likely to Result in Judge Calls

Most Likely to Become a Meme, Apparently

Most Likely to Make You Mis-evaluate Your Draft

Most Likely Split Card to be Played at the Pro Tour

Most Likely to Be the Most-Played Card in the Set

Most Likely to be Worthless Until Saffron Olive Features it in a Video

What We Learned is a weekly feature here at Hipsters of the Coast written by former amateur Magic Player Rich Stein, who came really close to making day two of a Grand Prix on several occasions. Each week we will take a look at the past seven days of major events, big news items, and community happenings so that you can keep up-to-date on all the latest and greatest Magic: the Gathering community news.

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