One turn

published Aug 12, 2021 | | |
Card draw simulator
Odds: 0% – 0% – 0% – 0% more
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Argelius 41

Andrew Burton marks their biggest dude, Judge harry marks them with all your dudes, win?

5 comments
Aug 15, 2021 Redgar

Definitely an interesting iteration of the "Judge Rush" style of deck, thank you for sharing!

My first thought is: what happens when you lose lowball?

My second thought is: that structure seems real problematic for both lowball and winning that T1 play 1 shootout (if they decide to fight)... .

That said: love the power of the action cards here, and particularly like the CP clock + "bad news" kicker of Gomorra Jail. Though, if you go 'all in' on a T1 job and then a T2 job, I see your opponent waltzing over to sit on your 3 CP deed?

Aug 15, 2021 Argelius

Thanks for the feedback, @Redgar. I'm currently teaching this (and many other) dead games to a group of kids and I just threw together a fast gimmick deck to teach them not to take every fight.

The money you get from hanging scoundrels can be used to buy you a Steven Wiles at a critical juncture.

Aug 16, 2021 jordan caldwell

If you lose the first lowball, you pitch either Lucy or Harry.

"Turn One"!

Aug 16, 2021 Prodigy

Judge decks are super fun - the ultimate "all in" deck type!

Also, AEG may have dropped Doomtown, but I'd argue its more alive now than it ever has been. As someone on the playtest team, I get to see the ton of work constantly being poured into this game, and with the new base set reset coming, it's as alive as can be!

Aug 18, 2021 Argelius

@jordan caldwell Better not lose then, simple!