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So Saturday was Summerhall in Atlanta. This was a really fun, unique triathlon format. For those not aware: we played 5 rounds of joust. Afterwards, the top 8 players played 3 rounds of draft. And then the finals was a melee match with the top 4. I had a ton of fun playing, and would highly encourage people to try and come out next year.
This deck worked really well for me all day. If I was going to World's, this would be the deck I would bring. It has the potential to completely control the flow of matches and really negate your opponent's ability to get ahead.
Round 1- Daniel playing Lanni Rains. (Win) close game that ended with me using Nymeria + Dornish spy to get the unopposed power to close out the game.
Round 2- Caleb playing Stark Fealty (win). This was recorded and will be up later on youtube! I got some really strong combos with Arianne, flea bottom, dornish spy and Areo. Also saw tons of my venomous blades and icon removals and was just really able to punish Caleb every turn.
Round 3 - Brennan playing Lanni Sun (Win). round 1 started with a Tywin and a Mountain staring at me in the face. I was able to Viper Eyes away his treachery, and then Giants + Varys to board wipe and it all went downhill for Brennan from there. Didn't help that he didn't draw any economy for the rest of the game.
Round 4- Chris Law playing Tyrell Summer (Win). Holy hell this game was close. I was barely able to contain his rush and stop him from winning. I made a pretty awful mistake where I bounced Garlan back to hand using Dornish Spy + Southron Messanger instead of Randall, allowing him to replay him with more renown. Barely snuck out the win on plot 6 with a final score 15-12 (I think).
Round 5- Brad playing NW/wolf (Win). This one was also streamed. Brad was playing a discard heavy NW that used Ward and marshalling from your discard pile to steal your characters. He managed to steal a lot of my jumpers and prevent me from using them, but I managed to keep pushing in what was a close Ended in time at 14-10. However, it seemed that based on what we would have drawn/ played next round I would have been able to Nymeria his power icons and get the power icon to win.
Draft So this was my first experience with draft, so i was pretty nervous. I ended up seeing Victarion as my first card, so I drafted a greyjoy deck with the Army/Knights agenda. I then proceeded to lose my two matches versus two NW decks. It was pretty brutal!
Overall though, great event and I had a ton of fun. Congrats to Jesse for his win.