For a long time, Upstart Goblin was so ubiquitous that three copies was the competitive norm. It was so popular that it had to be Limited, a status it still maintains today. So why was a card that's basically half of Pot of Greed so powerful?
That's the first of several questions Doug tackles in today's featured video, following up with discussion the card's role in tournaments today, and the trends and push-factors that influence its popularity. Upstart Goblin's a deceptively important card and the play it sees can say a lot about the state of the game. Roll the tape to find out why.
Are you playing Upstart Goblin? Should it still be Limited? Give us your thoughts on the card down in the comments.