Right Turn Clyde - Portland Epitaph 1st Place

published Aug 07, 2017 | | |
Card draw simulator
Odds: 0% – 0% – 0% – 0% more
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thewally42 15

This deck is inspired by the "classic" Clint Eastwood movies "Every Which Way But Loose" and "Any Which Way You Can." So it starts Clint Ramsey and his friend Mr. Outang, who is the star of the deck. The plan is to get him in most shootouts and to make sure he is a stud The structure is built around As and 3s but can get the occasional straight flush. It is heavy on actions, although its kung fu is actually kind of weak--which psychs out your opponent. They expect the bandits to do kung fu. The deck proved resilient and adaptable during the tournament.

I'll try to write a more detail report later but wanted to get something shared soon.

Aug 07, 2017 Harlath

Of all the Clint Eastwood films to inspire a deck, those would have been near the bottom of my list! I suspect there's a whole series of potential decks here: there's even a nun and a mule now to create "A Mule for Sister Sara".

Good to see 108 still doing well despite the 108 Worldly Desires ban. Baijiu Jar is great and has been seeing a lot more play recently. Always pleased to see Mugging in decks too. Plus this is proof that riskier relatively low influence starts can work, so I hope it encourages people to vary their starting posses a little.

Are you considering any aggressive jobs like Ambush? It is hard to fit in because your 4s are so good already...

Congratulations on your win!

Aug 08, 2017 jordan caldwell

Yeah now I'm going to have to watch this movie...