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Here is the deck I played at Stahleck 2018: Lannister Faith Militant. In truth I tell you: Faith was needed :D.
This deck has been amazing fun to play, not one game is boring or what. I had been playing around for some time with NW and arrived to a version of a deck I like but still a bit too slow for my taste. Then one evening, in the kitchen with Dave, we joked about Walk of Atonement and how it is bad/the type of card that can only really work in one deck. And we got on to build the deck. It sort of built itself to be honest, I went with a plotline I like a lot and had played quite a lot as well.
General game plan is Summer Harvest, then stall with King Commands/Uneasy Truce/Fortified Position, then resets VD > VM, and CC somewhere when needed (often turn 2).
You will slow your opponent down massively with the agenda and the song event, then little by little take the card advantage via the resets. I am still a bit unsure of how the deck really manages to win in the end, but it does it in a surprisingly consistent manner :D. Although regularly flirting very closely with the time limit.
I lost 3 games at Stahleck, out of which I am a bit frustrated by 2. I had worked really hard against my GJ opponent, but the big guys after big guys coming in the right order was just too much (on top of 3 Risen and 3 Vince in hand by turn 1). And then I lost on cards in deck against a Lanni Dragon that had been top deck for a few rounds and got again Big Cersei and its third treachery to catch-up to a tie and win. I lost the third one on set-up when my opponent had Meereen duped, Shadahazan, Flea Bottom, Plaza of Pride and Illyrio's Estate and with the only 2 gold from our Summer Harvests, dropped Hizdar duped and got a Second sons in the discard pile :D.
The deck certainly isn't Stahleck winner material, but it really is good fun to play and I highly recommend it to anyone :). If you have any questions, please feel free to ask!