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wwegekers877 Guru of Mayhem

Since the US/UK dictionary merge, here are all the valid 2-letter words. Aa ab ad ae ag ah ai al am an ar as at aw ax ay, Ba be bi bo bu by, Da de di do, Ed ee ef eh el em en eo er es et ew ex, Fa fe fi fu, Gi go, Ha he hi hm ho, Ib id if in io is it, Ja je jo, Ka ki, La li lo, Ma me mi mm mo mu my, Na ne no nu, Od oe of oh oi om on oo op or os ou ow ox oy, Pa pe pi po, Qi, Re, Sh si so, Ta te ti to, Uh um un up us ut, Vu, We wo, Xi xu, Ya ye yi yo, Za Some big takeaways: VU makes V less effective blocking parallel words, and is the only 2-letter word with a V. J is much more versatile, and now is not just limited to JO, but also JA and JE. Whoever holds the J has a much more powerful hand and can probably very easily make a 40+ or 60+ DL or TL play. There's also a lot of new 2-letter words with U's in them. YI, IB and BU, PO, and FU make the B, F, P, and Y tiles easier to branch off of. EE, EO, IO, OO, and TE are useful for bigger parallel plays (like goi

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