"ORDER BY Rank ASC" causing specific epic not to show up in filter results.

My users are new to JIRA Agile. They are not "Ranking" anything. This advanced JQL Query causes one specific epic not to show up in the search results. When I remove "ORDER BY Rank ASC" from the JQL Query the epic appears. Any idea what someone clicked (or didn't click) on this issue to cause it not to show up? Thanks. 

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Why dont you use the JQL

(MYJQL ORDER BY Rank ASC ) OR (project=XYZ and issuetype=Epic)

This way you get the ranked issues as well as the epic in the search results.

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