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|Night's Watch Fealty (Battle of the Trident Winner)||0||0||0||1.0|
Used a slight variation of this deck to take down a local Battle of the Trident. So far even playing it online, it's been very consistent. First 3 plots are predictable but that hasn't seemed to matter that much. This deck often springs up in the early game and makes it hard for the opponent to do anything when the power engine is online. Thoren Smallwood is by far the MVP. Stopping some challenges but also making it hard to push through anything. As well he's a ranger to help draw into Watcher on the Walls condition sooner. The other MVP has been Haunted Forest. 3x from now till the cycling because it single handedly stops 1 unopposed challenge and if you have Castle Black out and a bicon, you can defend all 3 challenges! And with this deck, so far, I've been consistent in setting that up within the first two plots.
Notable stuff is no Milk or Nightmares. I found in NW that those are just win more cards. If you are already doing well enough, you already have The Wall well defended. The last pack made setting up and defending much, much easier (as per above). I would consider including 2 Nightmares for 2 Practice Blades (or whatever seems fitting) to maybe counter any Varys decks (which I think this could be weak to), but my meta has little to no decks that run him. As well I could consider cutting Bridge of Skulls. I'm still testing to see if it's worth being at 62 and having another building orders card. As well notable I run 2 Will. I like him despite his drawback and I find him far less stressful now with Haunted Forest. Plus he's another ranger for the event.
Note: changes I had in the battle was -2 Blades, -2 Halder for +2 Veteran Builder and +2 The Sword in the Darkness