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|Mirri & the Kraken||1||1||1||1.0|
|Linköpings Blodbad (6-2 Top4/38 Linköping Regional)||6||1||7||1.0|
|A Dance with Dragons and Lions||0||0||5||1.0|
|Flying Lions..... - Regionals 2016||0||0||0||3.0|
I built this deck after realizing how powerful Mirri Maz Duur could be in enabling you to get rid of problem characters and changing the way your opponent would have to play the game once she hits the table.
The ability to give stealth with the Wildling Scout as well as Steath/Military with Syrio was always worth the price of admittance for those cards as well.
There isn't a set order to the plots but I generally played Trading with the Pentoshi on turn one to get out my 'bigs' unless I could accomplish the same thing with Noble Cause in which case I would play that instead. Counting Coppers was generally played around turn 3 and Long Winter was generally the closing plot.
I went undefeated with this deck in the couple days leading up to the tournament and also undefeated in the 8 rounds at the Dallas regional with 39 players. I had a couple mirror matches with Targ/Lanni decks but only one other player marshaled Mirri against me in setup and she was instantly Marched to the Wall in a bizarre double marched play by my opponent to clear out my Khal Drogo as well.
The rest of the matches were good games but I was able to maintain the upper hand by putting the pressure on my opponents throughout the day. I was able to draw and play Mirri in about half of the games and the rest of the time Khal Drogo and Jaime were doing all the work.
Note that you can also attack with Mirri and the Hound together then bounce the Hound to hand with his forced interrupt and still trigger Mirri for target kills due to the timing of her response.