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|Martell/Lion Undefeated ETX Tacoma Regional Winner (36)||42||30||25||1.0|
|4th Reg - Sun Sets Over Casterly||1||1||0||1.0|
|Martel/Lanni Nationals 2016||1||1||0||1.0|
39% of credit goes to my coaches: Kostas Adamopoulos, Caitlin Woods, and Jakob Hultman.
30% of the credit goes to dockellis, whose deck served as a foundation for this one.
1% of the credit goes to Andre Sestak for having the alt arts for the tournament all be from this deck, forcing me into playing it.
Some of the credit I will have to claim myself, in my battle against jantelagen that some of my very close associates are afflicted with (please donate at least one Hells Yeah! locally to help fight against the condition).
Changes from the original are as follows:
Trading vs Close Call: I prefer creating problems to searching for solutions. Dropping two significant characters on the same turn can create a problem your opponent cannot readily address, an alarming number of characters in the deck cannot be natively played off any other plots, and having higher initiative than Noble Cause, Summons, Building Orders is material for a deck that is so keen on controlling initiative.
Viper's Eyes vs Imprisoned: Cannot lie about part of the reason being that I still forget to play the Eyes sometimes, but fundamentally in a deck that seeks control of military claim flow I sincerely believe Imprisoned is a stronger card and helps against some major issues like Fast Eddie attacking twice, The Mountain, Jaime/Drogo, etc.
Third Arianne vs Jaime: Jaime is awesome, and Arianne has limited targets that you wouldn't just want to have out anyway.
4-1-1 in swiss, only loss to Targaryen Crossing who managed to get Drogo with his Arakh at an inopportune time, and then ID in the final round to make the cut.