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~ Tournoi de la Main 2016 Champion ~
Piloted by me(Andreas "Buzz" Aldrin) in a field of 127 players. The original deck is the BAMF! deck built and piloted by Syd. This version is a result of relentless testing, disscusions and meta-calls by Me, PulseGlazer & Syd. The deck has performed extremely well and over countless of games I've only lost a handful of them. We ended up identifying a few things:
Confiscation is a very slow play, Rattlers was added and Confiscation to free up a spot for Marched. The worst matchups being Seen in Flames + Kneel + Icon removal I added THJ to handle Seen in Flames and Tears. Versus Martell or Bara I might keep a lesser hand if it contains Judgement or Treachery. In the Martell/Sun matchup I put full focus on removing Caleotte & Nymeria. To increase efficeny versus Bara a Bodyguard(Condition) was changed to Seal.
Previous iterations can be seen played on: http://youtube.com/c/agotnordic
Here is my current Wolves of the North version: https://thronesdb.com/deck/view/85842 - Cut some attachments and THJ to make room for Tower x2 and more Jump. Cut Brothel Madame for now, maybe add Queen's Assasin x1/2. Focus on getting Tower in play, Jump stuff with Intrigue in and lift stuff to hand. Would be interested in trying Marched x2.
If you're interested to follow my adventures in the AGoT Community you can check out:
R1 vs Chronosis: Win Targ/Lion - Don't remember much. Targ is such a good matchup and one I'm 100% confident in.. First Snow wrecks the deck and I can do easy clean up of the surviors..
R2 vs Graoul: Win Targ/Lion - Similar to the previous match..
R3 vs Nicodu: Win vs Lanni Crossing - He got a much better start and had Tywin while I had Tyrion. He started pilling up power but miss-timed his First Snow of Winter and I could punish it with lots of Ambush effects and Put to the Sword ---> Marched.
R4 vs Nihio: Win vs Martell/Watch - I got the nuts. Had Tywin & Gregor Turn 1 with dupes plus enough jump to protect myself to from a Marched, found Tears & Puts & Hands Judgement. The big Mountain killed poor little Caleotte and it was just downhill from there. Adding Cersei & Tyrion to the board didn't help his cause. Turns out I accidentaly forgot to discard a Tywin dupe I got from InBAMF. While it would have changed the pace of the game I'm pretty sure I was far enough ahead to win anyway.
R5 vs Ecureuil: Loss vs Martell/Stag - This was a very very close game, Guerrick is a very(very, very) good player. Going in to the tournament there was only one matchup I feared and teched against. It was Kneel, Seen in Flames and Icon Removal. This deck was even worse.. it had all the dominace tech, which is quite good against LotC. He had a fairly good setup and played Counting ---> Roseroad + Ghaston. Next turn he got down Iron Throne & Chamber. Round 3 he added a second Ghaston and Boneway to the mix. It was... painful. In the end I got to 14 power and made a mistake that enabled him to trigger The Boneway and Gendry for a 6 power swing. Had I played correctly I would have gone into the next round at 12 vs 12 with me having a massive board-advantage and 2x renown.
R6 vs Guet: Win vs Lanni Crossing - Don't remember much.. maybe my opponent can help me remember.
R7 vs Cyrano: Win vs Tyrell/Crossing - Not quite sure about this game, I think I remember getting a sick First Snow turn and him not finding many power-chars. A single Arbor Knight with Heartsbane & Mare in Heat tried to hold on to the game after I cleaned up his board but it was a tad too much to ask when up against a relentless battering from the Lannisters.
Top32 vs Funiculaire: AKTA MINA SKOR!! Lanni Crossing, very similar to my own deck. I got Tywin first. I win. End of story.
Top16 vs Alex: Greyjoy Fealty, lots of intrigue and unexpectedly running Tears of Lys. I killed Balon with Tears first turn and his son suffered the same faith the on the next. I had Tywin and a massive lead which got bigger with First Snow ---> Marched.
Top8 vs Ecureuil(rematch): I was sure I was going to lose. After having gone toe to toe against him I knew I needed my Anti-Bara/Sun tech of Treachery & Judgement + Tears/PTTS for Nymeria. I got a sickening start. Got a fairly decent setup with a Kingsroad and opened Pentoshi which enabled me to Marshall Tywin & Tyrion. I also had Shadowblack to start digging for my Treacheries. I ended up Judging his tears, Treachery on his Ghaston, March on his Nymeria... The list goes on. He was holding on quite valiantly but I focused on stacking renown on my chars and the game ended up being too fast-paced for him. (The game was recorded by Ben and will be uploaded this weekend.)
Top4 vs QT: Lanni Crossing, Intense bareknuckled bar-fight. My Mountain killed his Tyrion. He put my Mountain to the Sword. I pulled Tywin from his hand first turn. Very even game but I got the upper and started pulling ahead. The gap became to big for QT to catch up, he made some mistakes and I won when time was called. (https://youtu.be/DSruSrAFl0Q?t=4m16s)
Final vs Silme: Targ Crossing - He got an ok setup with good chars, but not against my deck. Against my deck he would've needed economy and high-cost chars. I think it was a mistake to not mulligan. He also made a mistake to claim viserys' dupe or Dragon first turn in anticipation of First Snow. The game was a blowout from the start and even though I made a mistake turn 2 the game was no-contest. (https://youtu.be/aWn4fxO9qww?t=16s)
Thanks & Shoutouts
Thanks to the French community for organizing such an amazing tournament and it being so big despite only 12 players being non-french. Special thanks to LaPlante, Kata, QT and many nameless others for organizing and QT again for letting me win in the Semi-Final. Thanks to Kabé, Ben & Oisin for keeping the non-french Banter high. Thanks to all of #TeamRestOfEurope for banding together against the French. Shoutout to the Bulgarians - Petar, Borislav & Dimitar - who ALL made the cut! And of course big hugs & kisses for #TeamSweden and other friends who kept cheering for me throughout the day, checking Facebook between rounds was loooove <3
Also! Thanks to all my opponents for being the most gracious of losers(Except for Nihio the CryBaby :D) and giving me tough matchups despite my luck. Hope to see you all at Stahleck in November and Varberg Morghulis in September!
P.S: French Fries... You are welcome to Sweden to try and reclaim some of your dignity, see you in September :) <3