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I was planning to take a different version of this deck to German Nationals with Renly Baratheon (FFH) and Oldtown for additional draw, but decided to play my song deck instead. This version doesn't have that much draw, only Oathkeeper Littlefinger, 2 Pleasure Barges, Alerie Tyrell and Win Or Die, but that was usually enough. Filtering 2-3 attachments per round makes it more probable that you draw into your characters.
The gameplan is quite clear:
- Win challenges with Randyll Tarly or Green-Apple Knights, and have your entire board still standing after your attacks.
- Little Bird and Noble Lineage can make these characters tricons.
- Jousting Ser Randyll is one of my favourite combos in the game.
- I prefer Qohor over Crossing because of Milk and strength boosts/stand on demand and the possibility to guard your renown lords.
- Close the game with A Tourney for the King, I usually try this plot before Win Or Die.
- Valar Morghulis can be a problem if you don't see Randyll Tarly or Ser Loras (or Littlefinger, Ser Garlan, and Alerie Tyrell) because you can't qohor a Bodyguard.
Round 1 Win vs. Qohor
He had Wyman Manderly and Robb Stark end of round 1, both with a Bodyguard. But he couldn't Valar because my Randyll Tarly go(a)t a bodyguard of his own. I dohaerised to separate the sacrifice dream team. Round 3 Tourney for the King sealed the deal.
Round 2 Win vs. Kraken
Randyll Tarly got pinched a lot, but I also had a duped Loras hoarding some power. Round 3 he won initiative (You Win Or You Die vs. A Tourney for the King) and quadruple-pinched Randyll, Littlefinger and 5-power Loras with 3 attachments. He finished the round with 13 power. I dohaerised, rebuilt my board and could prevent further pinching milking his stealth characters. Next round I can go first with You Win Or You Die and close the game.
Round 3 Loss vs. Fealty
Round 4 Win vs. Wars
Craven and Milk of the Poppy slowed me down while he had The Wall out turn 1. Qhorin Halfhand decimated my board. When I dohaerised he chose his 6-power renown dudes (Qhorin Halfhand and Ser Waymar Royce with Longclaw, who he had since setup) over Aemon and a duped Three-Finger Hobb, so he couldn't play Valar Morghulis. He was low on intrigue, so Ser Jon Fossoway and Randyll Tarly with Little Bird could edge out the win thanks to Relentless Assault.
Semifinal Win vs. Crossing
His Trading with the Pentoshi allowed him to go first and play Tywin and Tyrion. I milked Tyrion, and had a good board with Randyll Tarly and one Green-Apple Knight. I qohored a milk for Tywin. I won 9 power and decimated his board with an additional challenge. Round 2 I could go first with Tourney for the King and was able to win 6 power for renown with 1 challenge qohoring a Knighted on a character, which was enough to win the game. :)
Final Win vs. Fealty
This time I had Randyll Tarly and qohored a Bodyguard, so Valar Morghulis wasn't a good option for him. He opened Counting Coppers because of no big guys in hand, which allowed to dominate the challenge phase round 1, although Randyll's stand got vinced twice. Round 2, he tried to slow me down with The King in the North, but that backfired. I played Seized by the Guard on his Refurbished Hulk, so he only had 5 gold + Fealty, 1 gold short to play King Balon, and use his reducer locations. :) I got 3 extra power on Randyll Tarly with Name Day Tourney, and picked his only big guy Balon for claim.