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This is very nedly deck that I designed around King Robb Stark ... it is very aggressive and a lot of fun to play; While its win-ratios are "only" around 50-50 on the Iron Throne, you'll have a blast playing it and it is a deck that is rather unique and a different experience altogether. So while I wouldn't bring it to a tournament, I would encourage you to give it a go and see for yourself how fun King Robb actually is.
The events are all there for attacking your opponent's board and especially his characters. The deck is very heavy on military icons and our King in the North is a beast by himself when it comes to the "red" challenge. So getting your Puts through will be not that difficult.
The attachments are all tailor-made for Robb but are also quite amazing on other characters; The Wolf King is simply phenomenal and very underestimated; Slap it on Robb and win challenges without even kneeling, slap it on Ned and gain power for days. If you see neither of them, it is not bad on a chud or even on a character like Jory (who you can sack if you want if you see Robb or Ned) or Arya (her stealth is pretty fantastic!). You can also play Marched to free it up, or include Arya's Gift in the deck. Nymeria is moveable on her own and Bodyguard and Ice speak for themselves.
Characterwise, there is not a lot be said; Robb is fantastic and a Shootingstar in the deck and the other characters are simply very good. Ned is great for powergain, Cat stops stuff and the sisters are almost always helpful. Nothing too Special as you can see.
The plots are a bit tricky; Trading is usually your opener but it always depends on the setup and the opponent. It can be swapped with another econ-plot, but I really appreciate its reliability. If your opponent reveals Summer Harvest and can play several big dudes or puke out a ton of little chuds, you have Ice, Put, Greywind, Rob, Winter is Coming, Storm of Swords, Relentless Assault etc. to cut down his board again. If he plays Naval Superiority for some reason, go back to Winterfell and cry in a corner. I am yet undecided if The Long Winter or The Winds of Winter is better and I am still not sure if a second A Storm of Swords could replace the 2-claim-plot. Trust me, A Storm of Swords pulls its weight in this deck.
So Overall, you have the defintion of a very fun aggro deck which is also nedly and which features King Robb, the Wolf King, as a total rockstar. ENJOY IT!