My bags were packed. I was ready to go and get in my taxi.
“Now, do I have everything?” I mumbled to myself. “Oh, how could I forget?”
I picked my Gem Blenders deck to prove the world wrong (not really but you get what I mean). I hopped in my taxi and headed to one of the busiest airports in the world… HEATHROW TERMINAL 3!!!
After a quick journey there I passed security at snail’s pace and headed to get lunch. But all I could hear was the chattering of unfamiliar voices and owners persuading customers that this deodorant is better than that deodorant.
“Right, time to get food.” But before I could take a step I realised I had 15 minutes to get my food and board.
I set off at lighting speed, picked up a sandwich from Starbucks, and ran to the other side of the airport to my gate, B44.
All the way there I held my prized possession in my grasp: my game changer, my boss card, and a fan favourite.
8 hours and 3400 miles later, I arrived at the state of New York. I admired the world around me as I strolled down the streets of New York City. It was only a half-mile walk to my hotel. I thought I would be fine but I guess I underestimated the weight of my blue duffel bag. It was painful, but I got there. I got to my room and was relieved I didn’t lose any cards.
I practised and practised with my amazing deck – every game felt amazing. And you might be thinking, “Fluffy, who are you actually playing against?” and really the trick is to play against yourself and then destroy your 9 year old cousin a couple of times.
After a good night’s sleep I was ready to dominate. And that’s just what I did. Did I beat Sam? Of course! I didn’t know what he was playing. David? Easy, get him and his possibilities out of here. And Steve, Mantis Slasher, really? You’re better than that. It takes decades to set up and when you get it out it’s game over. So the key to win against everyone is really to use Shine Minist……
Uhhh, I guess it was just a dream. I mean, what am I talking about? Of course it was a dream! Shine Minister meta? I’ll never live to see the day.