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|The Green Manalishi (with the Golden Rose Crown)||70||47||35||1.0|
"Tyrell swords will make me king. Rowan and Tarly and Caron will make me king, with axe and mace and warhammer. Tarth arrows and Penrose lances, Fossoway, Cuy, Mullendore, Estermont, Selmy, Hightower, Oakheart, Crane, Caswell, Blackbar, Morrigen, Beesbury, Shermer, Dunn, Footly . . . even House Florent, your own wife's brothers and uncles, they will make me king. All the chivalry of the south rides with me, and that is the least part of my power."
This is the Tyrell deck I brought to the Tourney of Stahleck 2017 in Bacharach, Germany, and after an epic ride, finished in the Top 8.
I found the deck to be a great meta-call for the Stahleck field, focusing on dealing with rush, Rains, and other decks that play the game with characters and challenges. The gameplan is to leverage Tyrell's gold and card-draw to marshal lots of characters with Renown and duplicates to keep them on the board. Queen Margaery is our key character for maintaining a board full of Lords with Renown. Supporting this strategy is Brienne of Tarth with her ability to defend without kneeling and a suite of Knights to fill out our attack.
But the Highgarden Courtiers, the events, and Wardens of the South are what make this deck ride hard. These cards allow us to make big challenges, using our Renown characters multiple times in a phase to seize victory.
Overall, this deck does a great job of allowing the player to win games through clever use of challenges, events, and character abilities. It's great fun to pilot!