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|None. Self-made deck here.|
|Pittsburgh Regional Winner||3||3||3||1.0|
|UK/DC Stark/Watch (Top 8 Dutch Nats)||10||6||8||1.0|
|Stark Watch, winner of casual Lisbon Tournament, 3-0, 2017||3||2||0||1.0|
Aaron B 168
Here is the DC list from U.S. Nationals that Seth Low used to take down the win. It was Corey’s build and tweaked by me (Aaron B), Seth, Marcin, Jordan, Bryn A., Patrick R. and Steve S. Seth (10-1 and Champ) and I (7-1 and Top 4) had a combined record of 17-2 for the tournament. Bryn A. (4-3 and top 16) and Steve S. (3-3) also played the build for the weekend.
Not going to wax philosophical about every last detail, but the big choices are to play a wall deck that can win without the wall, no Valar, and redundant negative attachments that own big characters. In testing we found it has a big plus match up vs any deck relying on 6 and 7 cost characters to win challenges. It is also very strong vs. aggressive decks like Lanni Castamere and Targ Fealty. Qhorin Halfhand usually owns Rattleshirt’s, but any deck with Maester Cressen is probably a minus if they see him. NW builder decks are a coin flip based on who gets the Wall.
Thanks to ETX for a good tournament and a shout out to all of the players from the Seattle area and those who flew in for the event.
Congrats to Seth Low for finally finishing a big tournament and coming back from being down 0-1 in the final. It was great to watch. (Pun intended)
Aaron B's games
Stark Fealty – W
Targ Fealty – W
Tyrell Fealty – W
Bara Fealty - W
Lanni Castamere- W
Stark/NW Mirror – Scoop
Top 16 - NW Summer – W
Top 8 - Lanni Castamere- W
Top 4 - Targ/Tyrell - L