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Atanas Keranov 383
Hi! This is the deck I took to the recent Brighton Charity Joust and got 4 wins. My report will be short, since the first three games went similarly.
I've been lucky enough to draw early into my Shadow of the East events which pretty much disarmed both of my Qohor opponents during the first two rounds.
Next I had to face NW/VS which was a slightly longer game, but after killing more than 10 characters the NW ran out of options.
Last game was versus Targ/HRD. He picked Meereen for his agenda and I drew mine during round 1 as well, so we were on even ground there. This was a tedious and long game without many challenges made, in which we tried to outwit each other. I had more shadow cards early on thanks to the agenda, which helped deactivate his The Dragonpit while mine was on, and I also won dominance almost every round. After somehow I managed to get rid of all 3 copies of his Daenerys Targaryen (TFM) and play a copy of my own I could safely try to win challenges once again. I remember that I managed to push a power challenge through on my You Win Or You Die which helped me get to 15.
Highlight plays with this deck are:
- Surprise Astapor from shadows;
- Surprise Crown of Gold from shadows;
- Surprise Viserion (Core) or Rhaegal (Core) from shadows with Dracarys! from wherever I have one;
- Putting a The Roseroad in shadows and bringing it out in-between the opponent's marshaling actions so I can get 1 more gold for the round.
I want to mention that this is my wife Elena's deck and I just really love playing it so I took it to the joust. She almost got into the Stahleck cut with the deck and was the sole Assault from the Shadows user in the whole tournament. The original idea for the deck came from Gabriel Ranner from Austria. Thanks Gabi!