Killing Flow

published Sep 03, 2020 | | |
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yoritomobobo 31

A new variation on my aggro Tuwikaa deck. Still suffer from bad eco and lack of movement i suppose, but it's getting closer to a functioning deck. :)

4 comments
Sep 03, 2020 Prodigy

I'm a big fan of decks that start and build around Tuwikaa.

Question: is your goal to start fights turn one? Just wondering about the inclusion of Agent P. I would think if you're going to sacrifice early economy, you can make up for it with immediate and constant aggression, which Agent P. does not fit into at all.

Sep 04, 2020 kollatt

i was recently looking at nathaniel as well and he seems pretty interesting. my first point in viewing this list is it seems like your starting posse is working against you somewhat. you have the agent who can't move to help in an aggro style deck, and zachary has no real influence so your call outs with nathanal or iwyk won't have the desired effect. additionally the run 'em downs seem slightly redundant unless you're just trying to blitz a lot, but i think you'll need more shootout actions and firepower to make that feasible.

Sep 06, 2020 yoritomobobo

So i hear you. :)

Agent provocateur is kinda the by default choice: i want something very cheap with influence and no upkeep. Could be Jake Smiley. Or i could take another look at my deeds, and play a 3GR dude instead, though that really leaves me with not much to play with. What are your thoughts?

As for Zach, i'm used to playing him in It's who you know decks, and so far i'm favorably impressed with him in this. He's another sort of way to use influence to fight, more importantly he's a tempo free way to do it, which is good if you are called out (putting a Pinto on him help a lot). In Influence fight, he's a bonus stud, and he can take casualties for your team without you losing too much of value. Really, i think he's solid here. Of course, he really emphasize one of the problem of the deck, which is that you have to keep most of your dudes close to each other at all times, with very few movement abilities.

I could drop the horse angle with Ru'em down, but like i said, i fear that i'm not mobile enough with this, and i think this can help. Haven't got to play much with the card yet, so i could see myself cutting it if it doesn't work out.

Thanks for the comments! :)

Sep 06, 2020 yoritomobobo

So i hear you. :)

Agent provocateur is kinda the by default choice: i want something very cheap with influence and no upkeep. Could be Jake Smiley. Or i could take another look at my deeds, and play a 3GR dude instead, though that really leaves me with not much to play with. What are your thoughts?

As for Zach, i'm used to playing him in It's who you know decks, and so far i'm favorably impressed with him in this. He's another sort of way to use influence to fight, more importantly he's a tempo free way to do it, which is good if you are called out (putting a Pinto on him help a lot). In Influence fight, he's a bonus stud, and he can take casualties for your team without you losing too much of value. Really, i think he's solid here. Of course, he really emphasize one of the problem of the deck, which is that you have to keep most of your dudes close to each other at all times, with very few movement abilities.

I could drop the horse angle with Ru'em down, but like i said, i fear that i'm not mobile enough with this, and i think this can help. Haven't got to play much with the card yet, so i could see myself cutting it if it doesn't work out.

Thanks for the comments! :)