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|Dublin Regionals Winner - 15 players||3||1||0||1.0|
First off, I would like to give special thanks to Jonathan Herr for inspiring the deck. I went to two regionals this season and this dude made top 4 at one and first place at the other with a Stark Fealty Winterfell deck. Secondly, this is my first tourney report so I apologize if I have forgotten your name or things about our match like your deck, cards, plays, etc.
Round 1: Storm H. (Targaryen Banner of the Lion) - Loss -I don't really remember what I had this game, but I know Storm setup a duped Drogo and played Jaime and Tyrion turn one...so yeah it was a rough game. I managed to eventually kill both Drogo and Jaime, but after losing both Robb and Ned to intrigue claim I had no way of coming back. Storm took the game and sent me to the losers bracket.
Round 2: Seth L. (Lannister Banner of the Sun) - Win -I had to mull this game and was left with a two card setup; Eddard and a Kingsroad. I'm pretty bummed because I'm sitting there thinking I've already lost the tourney if Seth plays Marched. Thankfully he did not and I was able to regain some board presence. I want to say Winterfell was a huge help whenever I saw it and it helped me secure this game.
Round 3: Levi (Stark Lord of the Crossing) - Win -This game was brutal because we both had Winterfell out so it was impossible to get off any of my effects. Damn, Winterfell is annoying to play against. I played A Time for Wolves so that I could pull off my Ice and I was able to out aggro him the rest of the game.
Round 4: Jason K. (Baratheon Fealty) - Win -I was feeling pretty confident about this match-up especially when I had Jon Snow on setup. Turn one Jason set up his dominance package with Iron Throne, a duped Gendry, Chamber, and the Armory while I played Winterfell. This card is insanely good. With the +1 to all of my characters, I was able to win dominance forcing Gendry to be sacrificed. From there I was able to muscle my way to a win.
Round 5: Paul, I think. Maybe Mike? (Lannister Banner of the Sun) - Win -So in the first two plots my Blackfish is Imprisoned and Condemned and my Ned is hit by a Tears. Fortunately for me, Brad only had one character on setup and I was eventually able to aggro to a win.
Round 6 (Top 32 Graduated Cut): Ryan E. (Lannister Banner of the Dragon)- Win -Ryan is a meta-mate of mine and coincidentally the winner of the US National Melee tournament. I didn't want to play Ryan because he knows all of my tricks and shenanigans. Turn one I Milked his Syrio to prevent him from pulling off a Put to the Sword. It was a pretty much a slug fest for the remainder of the game, but I was able to get the win.
Round 7: Dustan A. (Lannister Banner of the Dragon) - Win -This game was another brawl. I had Sansa and Lady out early which make for a 6 strength character who can be in two challenges. That was pretty fun. Being able to grab a well timed Ice with Building Orders was really helpful. Dustan's undefeated winning streak came to an end.
Round 8 (Top 8 Cut): Josh J. (Lannister Banner of the Wolf) - Win -Josh wound up Warding my Bran and Arya but he admits to misplaying when he forgot that Ice works on defense as well. Winterfell kept his Lannister hijinks in check while seeing all 3 Ice and some Milks helped me close out the game.
Round 9: Jon P. (Lannister Lord of the Crossing) -Win -I had my best setup all day with five cards and I drew back into Robb, Eddard, and Cat. So the game was pretty straightforward to the end.
Round 10 (Finals): Brian F. (Lannister Banner of the Wolf) - Win -Brian setup a Rickon which was super annoying considering it stopped me from being able to play A Time for Wolves and Building Orders, so I was stuck opening with Trading. Luckily for me, he chose Rickon to satisfy military claim and I was able to drop Building Orders the next turn. With the help of Ice and Winterfell, I was able to maintain enough pressure to take down the last game.
Again, sorry for the brief recaps. The deck is pretty much just using Winterfell and Cat to stop any problems that would get in the way of your aggro and rush capabilities. Building Orders was my favorite card of the tournament because you're usually always getting an Ice, Milk, or Winterfell. If you have any questions about the deck, feel free to ask.