Watch out for the Thorns!

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jekill 8

I started building decks a couple days ago and i can only say i love it, this time i bring in a new house Tyrell deck. Put on Fealty because there is a lot of loyal stuff going on

IDEAS There are many things to do with this deck, for example, once Margaery Tyrell (AMAF) (Garlan is optional just to get an increase in the claim) Ser Garlan Tyrell (HoT) are in the table along side with The Knight of Flowers (Core) you can initiate a challenge with Loras, then if you don't feel confident put a Growing Strong and win the challenge, just play Lady Sansa's Rose and boom 4 power from one challenge, 5 if you made a power challenge.

You also won't be able to give Brienne of Tarth (HoT) extra strenght so giving her Beacon of the South instead is a good replacement cause she'll get a power anyway.

Everyone here knows the Randyll Tarly Heartsbane trick so there's not a lot to say about this one.

Willas Tyrell will help your tyrell guys get some bonuses and with Mace Tyrell (HoT) you can get a milked character out of that awfull situation

HOW TO BEGIN I recommend to get The Queen of Thorns (Core) in the game as fast as you possibly can, if it is in the first round better (she'll save you a lot of money) going from there will be fairly easy unless she gets milked, just try to get the big guys like Renly Baratheon (FFH) or Margaery Tyrell (AMAF)

STRATEGY Just as any other Tyrell deck this will focus in using events, locations, attachments and some characters to get the challenges always in your favor. You may use the Loras attack i mentioned before to get a lot of power.

CREDITS Credit goes to basically me because no one is helping me with this but i would be glad if someone did, as always i'll read the comments and don't forget to share your thoughts, see ya'll next time :)

UPDATE With the help of the awesome persons of this community I was able to fix the deck to make it legal. Thank ya'll :)


WorldSerpent 123

Hi Jekill. After having look at a lot of your decks I would recommend that you lower the cost curve. Most of your decks are very top heavy and I think you will struggle in set ups and in playing enough characters to board.

In my experience, a plot deck consisting only of economy plots is not advisable either. You want your plot deck to do more work than just provide money.

I would advise you look at other people's decks on the website to see how they've constructed their cost curves and plot decks. I'm not saying don't build your own decks but just to learn from their experience.

jekill 8

yeah, I realised that and corrected it in my lannister deck which has all the plots to do something and give advantage.