Draws into Studs

published Jul 26, 2019 | | |
Card draw simulator
Odds: 0% – 0% – 0% – 0% more
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Findegil 3

Basically what it says in the title: Cheap high-bullet Draws and plenty of ways to turn them into (hopefully cost-effective) Studs. Suggestions for improvements (of which there are no doubt many) very welcome.

And to address the most obvious point: Yes, I know it's pretty reckless to start just 1 influence + Jake, and the prudent (or sensible) would be to add Ike Clanton, Makaio Kaleo, Esq. or even Agent Provocateur. But....I immediately get to have Kate give Fred +1 influence, and with a pile of Studifying actions (and Travis' mulligan) I can hopefully run the home job with Fred, gain more cash and influence, and be good to go for turn 2.

4 comments
Jul 28, 2019 Harlath

Worth considering Doomsday Supply so you can fetch whichever goods you want from your Toolbox of stuff?

I like the use of Big Nose Kate and think between her ability and Fred Aims you've got enough influence even if it looks low at the start of a game. Look forward to hearing how this gets on.

Jul 29, 2019 Prodigy

Yeah, agreed with @Harlath, 4 influence by turn 1 even if you fail the Des Row job is plenty, and +2 for future successful jobs is a lot.

My only suggestion would be to maybe reconsider Henry Moran. His main strengths, outside of being a cheap 2 bullet 2 casualty meat shield, are making sure you don't cheat in lowball, and consequently earning some occasional extra income from lowball. I don't think your deck needs either of those things. What it needs is all of its meat shields in the fight, every turn, and if Henry is stuck booted at home his bullets and 2 casualty soak doesn't help at all.

Willa Mae MacGowan might be a better starting option, and provides a nice ejector seat for Fred in worst case scenarios. Only 1 bullet, but at least she won't be stuck booted at home.

Aug 05, 2019 Findegil

Thanks for advice, here's the new version.

Aug 05, 2019 Findegil

Thanks for advice, here's the new version.