He Fang's Janitorial Services

published Feb 23, 2016 | | |
Card draw simulator
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madscience 154

He Fang and his merry crew have set about the fine town of Gomorra, in an effort to make your deeds look their very best!

So, How? Why?

How: Start out by using young Mr. Washington to make Mr. Fang delay his customary fee the first turn, giving you the best, and most advantageous start possible.

Use Ms. Cooke, and the Home to move throughout town, so that Ms. Fang may collect payments (from all the deeds!).

Establishin' Who's in Charge (of cleaning this town!) to make those buildings sparkle for extra control points.

Divide and conquer. Get your opponent moving, and outchess them for the victory.

Disclaimer: As with a good deal of my decks, this is pure theory in round 1. I have not had a chance to put it to the test other than simple turn 1 solitaire's to check draws, and lowball structures.

It looks like a blast, and something that I'm going to be pursuing. So, be on the lookout for updates to the life and times of Mr. Fang's Janitorial staff!

5 comments
Feb 23, 2016 DoomDog

I've been theorybuilding in a similar vein, only with stuff like Tummy Twister, This is a Holdup! and Deliberate Infection in tandem with the Fangs to keep my opponent short on cash. My deck is nowhere near as tight a shooter as this one.

Feb 23, 2016 madscience

I have issues with Tummy Twister. I had previously tried to use it, in a similar type of deck, and it just fell flat. People either stayed away from the deeds, or would shrug off the upkeep. I have doubts on how well Deliberate Infection will work out based on my experiences with TT.

I think that it could be a fun idea to play around with, but I'm not sure yet. I have 3 weeks until Outlaw's, so I will get a little testing with this, but not as much as I would normally when I get itchy about a deck list.

Originally, I was using Faster on the Draw instead of HLF, and I'm thinking I might end up going back to Faster. I'm just not much of a lose to win player.

Feb 23, 2016 DoomDog

Yeah. Not a fan of lose to win either. An early or well-timed This is a Holdup can win games. I've had okay success with Tummy Twister when running it out of a weird Crusaders deck that played similar tricks to what I'd like to try with 108, though its effectiveness will vary with opponent. You can usually get it to stick to aggro dudes with tempting enough bait (just have an escape plan ready). I've not actually tried out Deliberate Infection yet so I can't say how useful it is. If I get a chance to playtest my idea I'll publish the deck and write up some thoughts.

Feb 24, 2016 Lapp

Similarly instead of establishin you could run Hired Guns and have Allie in as a 2x, forcing them to deal with the deeds and town square as well. That's something I started working on, although out of their other faction card and with Longwei for better shootin

Feb 24, 2016 madscience

I do enjoy Establishin' though. I like the idea of making my opponent move to town, and be vulnerable. I also like the idea I don't necessarily have to go through town to get my dudes to the deed to run the job, thanks to Asakichi, and the home.