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Since the Core Set. Baratheon have been funneled down 2 lines of play,Melisandre (Core) kneel package or Dominance Location Lockdown. This upset me as I'm quite a Nedly player and prefer Robert Baratheon as my favourite character and wanted to focus on a Baratheon theme since first edition, challenges.
This is a first rendition of steps towards that deck and I'm aware that I have left out many of the Kneel abilities. It plays quite well and a lot of opponents don't expect the playstyle, generally expecting either the Dominance or Melisandre Package.
These are cards that I think would also make great choices in the deck, however I mainly play Melee and have to acknowledge the Restricted list.
Superior Claim is a no brainer. Win challenge by 5 str should be incredibly easy in this deck.
x3 Maester Cressen is a good choice if you expect a lot of attachments in your meta. Mine doesn't generally run that many, which is why he's only a 1x in my deck.
Confiscation Read above!
Seen In Flames I don't run enough Rhlorr to warrant it in my opinion, but you may do! Great for seeing your opponent's hand and removing their next trick.
The Bastard of Nightsong is probably one of the most important cards to this deck. He enables Disputed Claim quite easily and pairs well with Ser Cortnay Penrose. He is the Crown Jewel of this deck and simply makes your challenges claim 2 on offence and can dishearten anyone trying to turn off your The Red Keep card draw.
The Red Keep is generally the location you turn to for The House With the Red Door agenda. It buffs us with a +2 strength boost when we have a participating character in challenges and gives us card draw.
Traitor to the Crown is a good card and isn't Terminal, which allows us to replay it on another character once the original has left play. Play this attachment on opponents with Stealth or Big characters on the field.
Dragonstone Castle is a niche card here, it's generally here to annoy opponents in the Standing phase or keep big characters down.
Close Call Sadly our main focus here The Bastard of Nightsong is not a lord and can't have a Bodyguard so we have to expect that he will die at some point. This is to prevent him being Heads on Spikes and Tears of Lys or some other grisly end.
Forced March is still a testing plot for me, it's kneel and it has cool artwork is all I can say really. That and most icon characters have a icon too and we don't want them coming near our The Red Keep.
Time of Plenty Extra draw and decent gold, this is your back up economy card.
Trade Routes Economy. Enough said.
Valar Dohaeris Is our reset, we don't want to kill people we just want them to acknowledge our Kingly ways. What's the point of having a Kingdom if you've murdered all of your subjects?
This deck idea can and probably needs improvement. It's subject to more playtesting, for tweaks and cuts as is any deck. I appreciate any feedback you lovely fellow Game of Thrones players have to offer.