Yeah, I’d agree with @Royalty here. There are so many really good Lengendaries that you could pick last in the round and still have a great addition. In fact, I would say picking last is an advantage here since the real strength of the deck will be found in the Epics and Rares/Commons that you would have first crack at. I know a lot of the choices I could make here would be made infinitely better with an early shot at both the Epics and Rares. (Heck I’d even trade slots with @Studs but I don’t think that would be allowed.)
So since I feel my second choice won’t likely be there by the time things come back to me, I’m left with choosing something that would work on their own as well still give an edge for the rest of the team. That really reduces the choices down to 3. I’ll share more thoughts later on who I really would have wanted to run with if I were picking later. For now though, I think this one will be the best all around.
I’m not saying I’ve lost outright, but clearly getting first pick on the Legendary is a great starting point. Especially when you get to pick Gorgotha coughcough
One more idea: Might be good to keep a running tab of who’s picked what as you select so it’s easy for folks to see what they’re working with/against. Definitely will become more valuable in later rounds, e.g., if someone wants to make a pick to disrupt someone else’s emerging strategy. So something like: