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|Stannis DoMannis - Valar Dominance (3-1 in Swiss, Games & St||5||4||0||2.0|
Do you think True King Stannis Baratheon gets a bad rep? Do you get satisfaction when your opponents have no options? Or do you just want winning Dominance to mean something?
Well, I'll give a yes to all three. So let's take a look.
Focus: This deck is primarily focused on winning Dominance and triggering the reactions from Stannis Baratheon (TIMC), Chamber of the Painted Table, and Gendry in order to gain a steady power advantage throughout the game. In order to do so reliably, we need the Iron Throne and our heavies standing during the dominance phase. Consequently, we don't want to initiate challenges with high strength characters unless we have a way to stand them (Lightbringer, Ours is the Fury), or if you're simply Ser Barristan Selmy (TS), who is really the MVP of this deck.
Attachment Hate: 3x Maester Cressen, need I say more?
Control: Melisandre and the R'hollor Mechanic as usual Baratheon fare. More importantly though, Valar Morghulis. The idea here is that this deck has enough saves with the numerous 3x unique characters and 2x Healing Expertise, that we can come ahead with our own offensive Valar, and win Dominance! I originally included some Bodyguards as well, but there were few legal targets.
Lack of Bob: Robert Baratheon pushed the average cost up too far and provided little for what this deck was going for. When I found myself playing against Baratheon in the past I dreaded Bob less than the often insurmountable wall of power icons from their other characters, so cutting him was a no brainer.
Plots: Always a fan of The King's Peace. It's just annoying to play against. Here to Serve to get Cressen out early with his attachment cleaning and combo with Healing Expertise. Calling the Banners for economy. Winter Festival and A Clash of Kings for power gain. Filthy Accusations and Valar Morghulis for control.
"I will bring Justice to Westeros" -Stannis the MANNIS
And we shall too. Feedback is appreciated!