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Ugh, another rush deck by Diomedes... turn big renown bodies sideways, stand them with The White Book and turn them sideways again. :)
9 cost 7 characters, 7 cost 6 characters, 4 cost 5 characters... who needs to worry about a cost curve with an up to 11 gold 6 ini 6 reserve draw 1 card plot you can even play twice. White Swords is Kingsguard's Archmaester Marwyn, a single card that makes this decktype viable.
You still need 11 econ locations, At the Gates with Great Hall as restricted, and some additional econ characters: Ser Balon Swann is really good with so many , and neutral knights, and you have Hightower Knight to get cheap board presence.
I won a short high-class 16-player tournament with this deck: https://thejoustingpavilion.com/tournaments/7440
Win vs. Crossing
At the Gates into The King in the North, and I ended round 2 with 13 power. A tricky Hightower Knight kneeling Ser Barristan in taxation phase protected Randyll Tarly from the necessary Valar M. Oh, and Ser Balon Swann gave me 2 gold to counter a possible He Calls It Thinking. Compelled by the Faith saved my power and I closed round 3.
Win vs. Kraken
Win vs. Fealty
Win vs. Qohor
I had a decent start with Renly, a Hedge Knight with White Cloak to protect Renly, and 2 activated Green-Apple Knights, but Yoren stole the Hedge Knight and discarded the cloak. Round 2 I played The King in the North (again in Barring) and won some power, round 3 the wiped my board with Valar Morghulis, but The White Swords for Barristan and Ser Balon Swann into Hightower Knight rebuilt my board easily. That was even enough money to pinch his last character, Hobb. His Trading with the Pentoshi paid for Jon Snow, Yoren, and Craven on Barristan. My Tourney for the King fell flat, but You Win Or You Die next round got me Ser Loras and a Green-Apple Knight to close.
Feel free to ask questions :)