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Multi-Cube Cubes?

Here's my story. Originally my friend built an Eternal Cube based off of the MTGO Holiday Cube. We play it and have a lot of fun. So I tell him that I want to build a Cube based on ally-colored multi-color pairings (which we commonly call Azorius, Rakdos, Dimir, Gruul, and Selesyna). So I did, http://www.cubetutor.com/cubeblog/8771 It's changed a bit since it's original design, but I still love it. I play with all levels of players from casual to hardcore, and I've found that my casual friends love it because it doesn't have niche or overpowered cards. I also noticed that the design encourages "good drafting habits" of going two colors and drafting mostly creatures and removal. After a while I decided to design an Enemy color Cube, which has the other 5 two-color combinations. http://www.cubetutor.com/cubeblog/10192 It's built, but as of this date, I haven't played with it yet. My friend suggested "Why not build a 3rd Cube, with enough cards for one pack for 16 players, kind of like how RTR/GTC/DGM block draft worked." This idea sat on the shelf for roughly a year until the release of Fate Reforged. The idea wasn't to draft like the full RTR block, but to draft like Khans of Tarkir block. This also allowed for combining the third 240-card "supplement Cube" with either the Ally or Enemy Cube. Here's that list, still changing it a bit, haven't put it together yet either. The blog description explains what you can do with it. http://www.cubetutor.com/cubeblog/22935 Anyway, long story short (too late), has anyone else done this or tried this? What do you think of my "Super Cube" concept?

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