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|"The Might of Tyrell" - TOP8 & BEST TYRELL at Espada Blanca||22||15||6||1.0|
The story begins with my somewhat frustrating match against
@Lannister in the current Champions of Westeros League in which he beat my Stark/SoB quite easily after drawing two out of two Milk of the Poppy plus Nightmares within the first two plots. Anyway, the deck caught my attention due to the fact that it seemed pretty solid in an aggro-heavy meta as it was able to win literally every single challenge if need be. Moreover, the possibility to abuse Oldtown against Martell and other control-oriented approaches made me even more curious.
I quickly started playtesting and tuned the list accordingly. The original deck appeared to be really clunky sometimes (especially Brienne of Tarth (GoH) and The Might of the Reach) and the econ (no The Arbor?) also felt not exactly optimal. I adapted it to the new restricted list by adding more The Knight of Flowers (HoT) and the MVP Begging Brother among others. I agree that Heir to the Iron Throne is an insane plot but not in this particular deck. Against GJ you won't be able to dig for any dupes etc. because you'll never ever be FP on his Valar-Turn. Furthermore, you don't have enough cheap Lords/Ladies to use it as a secure opener. Another really important change was the inclusion of Forced March both as a way to grab the initiative in the deciding plot and to survive against SoB for another turn if you ran out of events. During testing most of the matchups felt quite positive (especially Targ and Martell) except Stark/Fealty(and others) and the new Drowned-God-Cancer.dec.
R1: "Sebastian" Martell/The Wars to Come (Win)
R2: "Pierre" Tyrell/The Wars to Come (Win)
R3: "Sam" Stark/Fealty (Loss)
R4: "Reinhard" Targaryen/SoB (Loss)
T4: "Sam" Stark/Fealty (Win)
T2: "René" Greyjoy/SoB (Win)
I'll spare you the details here but I had a great time playing in P3 Comix Salzburg and most of the matches were close and extremely exciting (Hey,
@Rein! :P). Thanks to
@Lannisterfor sharing the list and to my local meta-mates (Basti, Jakob, Max, Pierre etc. :)) for loads of testing, discussion and useful input. Great deck, great fun! See you soon!