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#1 Bigjim22

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Posted 16 August 2012 - 05:51 AM

AGENDA

Knights of the Hollow Hill

PLOTS

The Art of Seduction

Edict of the Rock

Loyalty Money Can Buy

Summoning Season

Blockade

Rains of Autumn

Valar Morghulis

CHARACTERS

Ser Jaime Lannister CS

Tywin Lannister CS

Joffery Baratheon KoS x2

Tribes of the Vale x2

Painted Dogs x2

Son of the Mist x2

Tribeless Vagabond x2

Chella, Daughter of Cheyk

Tyrions Enforcers x2

Shagga Son of Dolf x2

Bronn LotR x2

Tyrion Lannister LotR x2

Black Ears x2

Timmet Son of Timmet x2

The Burned Men x2

LOCATIONS

Toll Gate x2 

Coint Mint x2

Mountain Camp x2

Golden Tooth Vaultsx2

Golden Tooth Mines

Hall of Heroes

Lannisport Brothel

EVENTS

Double Bluff x2

Infamous! x2

The Wealth of the Rock x2

Make an Example x2

Im You Writ Small x2

Rise of the Mountain Class x2

A Lannister Pays His Debts x2

ATTACHMENTS

Gilded Plate x2

Devious Intentions x2

Gutter Rats Cunning x2

Ill-Begotten Spoils x2

I really liked the Knights of the Hollow Hill Agenda, and the Clansmen ability to attack / defend while being knelt so I decided I would build a deck to combine the two qualities I liked so much. The no setup was a little concerning so I had to figure out a way to slow my opponents marshalling so that I wasnt playing from behind early on. Thats where the income manipulation idea came into play. I decided Valar Morghulis, Rains of Autumn, Blockade, and the Art of Seduction would severly bog down any opponents chances of getting to many characters out on the board before I do. Since I could not have any income bonus cards I had to find ways to reduce costs of Characters and get added income elsewhere, thats where Coin Mint, Tywin Lannister, Wealth of the Rock, Hall of Heoes, and Gold tooth Vaults came into play. Opponents hand size had to be larger than mine in order to trigger some of the clansmens abilities so I wasnt over concerned with Intrigue, but I still managed to put 5 Characters with Intrigue into the deck just incase. The deck needs 2-3 characters to get out into play to really function at a high Level. Tyrion Lannister, Timmet, and Tywin Lannister. Tywin for the added gold, Tyrion for huge attacks (will often be running a challenge with Make an Example), and Timmet to save Vs. Valar Morghulis.

Character Costs

3 @ 5 gold

9 @ 4 gold

5 @ 3 gold

10 @ 2 gold

Deadly Characters 7 (+ 2 with Im you writ small)

Renown Characters 1

Stealth Characters 4 (+4 with devious intentions and gutter rats cunning)

Infamy 1 (+2 with Devious intentions)

There are a couple of Cards that Might get the AXE. Edict of the Rock might go since I will usually have most of my army Kneeling at the Dominance Phase. Joffery Baratheon although he is cheap and upgrades easily, add gutter rat or devious intentions and he can be real burly real quick.

Cards that I think Might go well with this deck

Fueding Clanswoman with the bonus Iniatiative I could always dicate the turn order which would be a plus.

Cersei Lannist LotR would  be a great way for more stealth and deadly, plus the extra Intrigue challenge.

What do You think of this Deck Build? Any Thoughts on how to improve It? What do you see as its biggest Weakness?

Thanks

 

 



#2 Flint

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Posted 16 August 2012 - 07:21 AM

 Drop the KotHH, bring Crossroads Inn.






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