Crash! – Buff/Debuff Tempo with Deck thinning.

Deck

-- 6,150
14
Melee
0
Ranged
9
Siege
74
Multiple
97
Total

I’ve had some great success with this Deck, so I thought I’d share it. It’s relatively easy to use. When it comes to mulligans you want to ditch all the Golems and Roach, besides that you should be fine. Best case is to have at least 1 pikeman in your hand.

Round 1

Play the pikeman on the first turn

Play leader and open up the flood gates. 

Use Ambassadors to boost one of the pikemans and use the Novice to do the same and make sure to play one to the right of the boosted pikeman. If you get scorched don’t fret, you should have enough Ambassadors and Novices to buff up.

If they are foolish enough not to Pass use Frangilla to boost an adjacent Novice. Easily having a crazy strong card.

Play Auckes to lock anything that plans to do you harm or grant them too much boosts. Goal is to win Round 1.

I like to use round 2 to use Avallac’h and Albright. It gives you more cards and the opponent has to catch up, especially since this is usually when I let roach come along. 

Save Tibor and Letho for round 3. Play Tibor first and get the 23 point off the bat. Then let your opponent focus on buffing. If you have left over cards from the earlier rounds play them. Let them build up strength and use Letho to consume them all and then use the Dimeritum Bomb to bring him back to 1. If by chance you didn’t draw The D Bomb you can always use the shackles and G igni. I’ve tinkered with this Deck a bit but if you guys have any input, I would gladly welcome it.

 

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2 thoughts on “Crash! – Buff/Debuff Tempo with Deck thinning.

  1. Jeremy
    July 17, 2017 at 8:55 pm

    This deck is pretty fun, but only if it works.. i played it in casual about 10 times.. but 9 out of 10 times people just counter it way to good..
    The mulligan phase on this deck is really easy though.. but it only works vs inexpierenced players

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    • NelsonSnow - Author
      July 18, 2017 at 2:13 am

      Thanks for the input! Any advice on how to improve? Or should I try another idea?

      Reply

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