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|None. Self-made deck here.|
This is a pet project of a deck where I wanted to abuse the Oberyn's Revenge chapter pack which I feel is absolutely filled with game changing cards.
The Deck is a classic The Wall Deck that attempts to clear out any characters on the board and win off the power gain the wall gives you. Flea Bottom allows you to continue having a board presence. All characters in the entire deck are valid targets for it except for Benjen Stark and Qhorin Halfhand who is a "closer" character who takes over games against decks that are also swarming the board with low cost characters.
This deck has some of the best set ups due to its low cost and only having need of only 2 limited locations. The cards to look for are Flea Bottom Second Sons Plaza of Pride, and The Wall. Those are the heart of this deck.
Flea Bottom works best with: Second Sons because the interaction is repeatable every round and if you have successful in keeping the board state small, having second suns every turn is huge. Plaza of Pride helps you fuel Flea Bottom while also allowing you to use your small board to protect the wall and or challenge the opponent yourself during Retaliation turns. Begging Brother when needed to control. Maester Aemon (Core) for protection and Quaithe of the Shadow for her enters play reaction.
Plaza of Pride Works so well when 0 Cost cards can stand all but 2 of your characters. Additionally all your 3 cost characters can be discarded to stand Qhorhin taking full advantage of his Renown and Reaction. Again its also another useful way to get Second Sons where it belongs, the discard pile.
Dragonglass Dagger always over-performs and helps the Shadow Tower Mason pull their weight. Your characters are disposable so having these returning to your hand often to reuse on your chaff makes them a lot more viable winning challenges for you.
Mutiny At Craster's Keep Is one of the most satisfying cards in the deck since you dont mind trading your 3 coster for their best character and it really opens up strong Marched to the Wall plays. This deck can force a marched on a duped important character so often and it feels GOOD!
The deck is very fun to play and has tons of novel decisions to make every turn. Focus on limiting the board even if it costs you since the trades are almost always in your favor. Going second is almost always your friend in this deck.
My thoughts going forward are: I need more space for draw, more characters and a third Begging Brother would be welcome. The card that I felt was weakest was Benjen Stark. I would also like to put in Counting Coppers possibly in the place of Here to Serve but that is a bit scary.