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It depends on what it is. If it's Blackfish, for example, then I'd probably hold it back. If it's Maester Luwin, though, and I have At the Gates as my first plot, I don't mind using that to grab a dupe and throw it on him. But normally, there should be a lot of things that factor into this.

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Its a tough call.  For example, in my Tully deck, I run 3 of the Blackfish.  So, I can be a little more risky with him when he's in play.  I run 2 LoW Robb Stark in my Direwolf deck for the same reason. 

I think I'm too much of a gambler when it comes to protecting characters in play.  No risk, no reward. 

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dh098017 said:

If you get one of your deck's key cards in your setup/first draw, but you have no way to protect him yet....play him, or hold him back (and why)?

Are you scared of Valar I assume?  Really I just play the key card.  If they want to 1st turn Valar, hopefully your deck can punish him for doing that.  Obviously if I have Roose Bolton (1X in my deck) or Robb Stark (3X in my deck) both in my hand, I woudl play Roose on the flop, but if I don't have a choice I don't mind 1st turn Valar's that much. 

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 I spent the gold on core set Robert this week and it bit me in the ass.

My opponent playing Lannister opened with the plot which gives all characters -1 STR if they have no intrigue, then he played and knelt Illyn Payne on his marshalling - Robert dead.

 

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