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Nothing will prepare you more for your own Prerelease than 8 hours of hot, hot Pre-Prerelease action. I mean, it's not the 10 hours that my turn on the Kaladesh Pre-Prerelease clocked in at, but that's probably the best for your productivity this week.
It wouldn't be a new set without a mountain of brews from SaffronOlive. From Zombies to cycling to aristocrats to Fling, there's a bit of everything in this article. Except Panharmonicon. That might be a sin I cannot forgive him for.
I always enjoy this little game—you pick one of two cards, that helps rank all the cards in the set, and you can see how those cards rank in the set as a whole. It's fun, it's simple, it's a touch addictive, and it actually provides a ton of data on Amonkhet Limited impressions. Wins all around.
In high school, I was voted "Most likely to cure cancer." While I guess there's technically still time, the odds are looking increasingly slim, unless Wizards of the Coast opens a cancer research division. What I'm saying is, high school superlatives are fun but not particularly binding. Similarly, these Amonkhet superlatives are pretty entertaining and worth your time, even if none of them cure cancer.
For more information on the deck, you should really read his description and primer. But if you just need some incentive to build along these lines, check out this ultra-aggressive decklist from a master.