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Hey all, during the fall swing of the NECT tournaments I decided to update my Win all the challenges deck and bring it to some tourneys. I originally built the deck since I hate Sea of Blood and don't play enough competitively to remember tons of triggers. Turns out it was a good meta call. Blood is still everywhere, and I still don't feel like remembering triggers outside of power challenges. Also, the Bara Box gave me some new toys, specifically Parley at Storm's End, which I venture to say is the best non restricted, faction specific plot in the game, and Chef Bob who just cranks our control to 11 and enables us to run the best non restricted, generic plot in the game. The same strategy applies to this deck as the one outlined in its predecessor, so I'll really only cover the differences here.
Parley at Storm's End is almost always played on turn 2 against a blood or crossing deck. It's awesome if you're able to play In the Name of Your King! to stuff mil round 1 to really stall blood - often you'll hit their Return to the Fields and they'll end up saccing nothing and still not be able to swing for
Robert Baratheon (FotS) grants massive control flexible to any situation. Works great to keep boards locked down from previous kneel effects.
Red Priest Hand sniping during the challenge phase. They're so good every Bara deck should run 3x now.
A Pinch of Powder Silver bullet inclusion. Targeted Character removal - or just the threat of it, completely changes challenge math for your opponents.
King's Gate Extra draw - fairly consistent since this is a power challenge deck.
- Battle on the Bay of Crabs (Winner)
- Thronestoberfest (Top 16, piloted by Todd Moyer)
- Red Saturday (Top 8, piloted by Todd Moyer)