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Manuel Cabezalí 440
My wife and I are having a baby in a few months, so due to time constraints and life in general I've decided that it was a good time to put and end to my Thrones career, after 7 years of intense playing.
The best possible way to say farewell was organizing one last tournament and enjoying the Only Game That Matters in its purest form one last time (for me), and so the Madrid meta gathered yesterday for a very cool tournament. It was a very special day all long, I had a blast playing, I saw some friends I hadn't seen in months or even years, I was given a lot of cool and beautiful presents from everyone, and most of all I've felt loved in a way I really really appreciate. Man, at some point I was speechless :)
For this last tournament I wanted to try the new The Wars To Come agenda for Stark. For those who don't know me, I've been playing Stark and only Stark in tournaments for the last 5 years, always being loyal to the house in the good and the bad times. So it made sense to play Stark one last time, of course.
The deck has a more or less aggro approach and it's very stable, but it's also somehow designed to withstand long games. Most of my games yesterday were comebacks after playing Valar Morghulis. It packs a lot of different tools, can adapt very well to the state of the game, and I had a great time playing it. If I were to make some changes now -which I'm not, since this was my last tournament- I'd probably try to fit in a copy of Septa Mordane because of the nice interaction with Arya Stark (Core), Sansa Stark (WotN) and the new I Am No One, which by the way, shined in some of my games. Stark has had some very cool cards lately!
Lastly and most important, I would like to say a great THANK YOU to all the community and to the players I've met and friends I've made through these years of AGoT. I've learned a lot, I've had a really great time playing and hanging out, and Game of Thrones will always be a very important milestone in my life. Now parenthood awaits and it's time to play a new game.
Winter is Coming,
P.S: Yes, winning my own farewell tournament might seem funny, but hey, I made sure everyone was playing at their best! At least I was :D