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  1. The pattern of the Core Set is that pretty much every single card is a 1x, so not only is buying 3 necessary to get 3x of everything, it also means that there's not a not of wastage in buying up to three compared to, say, what the Netrunner core had. I've heard tale of some faction's core-set cards going around on eBay but that was a long time ago and I doubt it's still a thing/worth doing instead of just getting more Cores. The Intro Decks do not comprise their particular faction's Core Set cards. They're a little different to that: selecting cards from across the Core Set, deluxe expansions and cycles 3-4 to give you a good sampling of the broader cardpool. If you're not sure whether you want to get 3 Core Sets straight away, a single Core would be a decent way to expand the options given to you by an Intro Deck.
  2. Hiya! Welcome to the game. All of the Intro Decks currently conform to the Restricted List* for organised play so any of them would be legal to play in a tournament, yes. There's nothing inherent to the Intro Decks that differentiates them from any other deck that could be entered into a tournament. Best of luck at your event! Where are you going to be playing? *If you're not aware, the Restricted List can be found as part of the game's FAQ on the FFG product page here: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/products/a-game-of-thrones-the-card-game-second-edition/. It disallows players from playing more than one of the cards that are on the list, in order to prevent overpowered combinations of cards from dominating events.
  3. Yes! Three-player melee is vastly, vastly improved by doing the following two things: Remove the Crown Regent title from the game Ignore supports - anyone can attack anyone else This prevents tables where you don't have any choice about who you can attack, which both is boring and leads to skewed table balance. That said, playing with four players is always superior when possible!
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