My meta and I have some disagreements about which attachments a Targ deck should run and how many of each. Of course, there are many good options, so this is more an issue of which 5-8 attachments (counting duplicates) are best. I know this might vary based on deckbuilds, so feel free to name/briefly explain the deck if that makes a difference. My own preferences are:
Summer deck (with attachment search):
- 2x Flame-Kissed
- 1-2x Poison Wine
- 1x Aegon's Blade
- 1x Rhaegar's Harp (depending on space)
For a non-summer build, I would probably go with:
- 2-3x Flame-Kissed
- 2-3x Poison Wine
- 1-2x Aegon's Blade (only 1x if running Rhaegar's Harp)
- 0 or 2x Rhaegar's Harp (if deck is reliant on the army, king, or dragon trait)
In contrast, other players in my meta prefer to include 3x Bones of a Child. Though I like that card, I'm not convinced it fills in the holes that Targ has. I think Targ requires hard removal to stabilize early on, rather than claim soak, which is is best in the mid/late game when recursion kicks in. Of course, a well-timed Bones of a Child can make the difference early on, I just haven't found it to be as valuable as Flame-Kissed in the first 2 rounds of most games.
Dragon Sight and Dragon Skull could arguably make the cut, depending on the deckbuild, but after limited playtesting I find them to be too slow and/or inferior to the other attachments. My impression is that these cards are costly in early rounds, when Targ struggles the most.
Lastly, the new Tears of Lys looks promising, though I'm not sure that it will actually fill a whole that Targ has. Many Targ weenies (and some of its mid-sized guys) already have intrigue, so the new attachment would typically be 1 gold for deadly. Occasionally you could draw a card off it, but deadly is usually just going to net you unopposed, which isn't all that important to Targ early game. (Late game, Tears could really limit the opponent's choices, but early game it probably won't do much.) Deadly could be helpful on defense, I suppose, but I don't think the threat of deadly is so high that Tears would be worth running over the other attachments mentioned above.