By Glenn Jones
My hunch is that it outclasses, although Iâ€™m still not sure if itâ€™s enough to make the deck very relevant.
The two-color version is better. I played the deck earlier this week on MODO, and didnâ€™t need blue to win most of my games.
The third color probably outclasses it. It does some bad things to your manabase, but it was really good in the tournament that it won.
I think the third color does outclass the two-color strategy, and I do think itâ€™s really good in this metagame. It beats the mirror, and lets you beat the other green decks.
The third color really gives the deck kind of what it needs to be a great deck in the format.
They can do different things. The blue one goes bigger faster, whereas the old one is more of a midrange Wolf Run deck.
I havenâ€™t played much against the blue version, but it does have Ponder in it and the power of a Time Walk in a Primeval Titan deck is just insane.