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Point Ceiling

The maximum number of points achievable for a card or deck.


Decks with the highest point ceilings are often greedy decks, while control decks often have the lowest point ceilings. A card reaches its point ceiling when the player gains maximum value out of the card after all effects and abilities have been procced, and it is generally thought of as the best-case scenario. The opposite of a point ceiling is referred to as the point floor.