Inspired by: http://dtdb.co/en/decklist/261/encore-v-2
So this is the build I used in our last tournament the 28th of December. I swapped out Cheatin' Varmint with Magical Distraction and Raisin' Hell with another Forget. As soon as I can Ill get rid of that one though, 3 is too many in this deck.
The Deck won first place over A Deedslide Morgan on second place and a Dirty Law Dogs Deck on third place. We were 4 players and the deck went 3-0. First game was against the Law Dogs. They absolutely dominated me with 2 shotguns out on the table and it was first in day 3 or 4 that I was able to gain the upper hand and take out the shotgun toting terrors of the town with some unprepared. Day 5 ended the game with him doing a job to ace Arnold and we had a shootout going into 3 rounds untill he drew 2 pairs and I had a legal 4 of a kind. I think I won in the end because of my deck devoluting faster than his. By my count I had about 30 cards left in my deck at the end of the game. Note to self: Shotguns are really good against Mongwau/Micah start.
Second game was against a new player playing the decks made in the starting box. He was playing Law Dogs and I had a good starting hand taking out Wendy and Tommy in day 1 with a Paralysis Mark and a Soulblast. Day two saw little struggle as the clowns just sauntered in and took control of the town. Had a nice game against his Sloane deck afterwards though, that saw me at the recieving end of a lot of Unprepared. Good fun - but in the end Mongwau took care of business.
Third game was against MCC deedslide. I knew he wouldn't be able to shoot at all so I started Arnold, Dulf and Mongwau and took control of any deed he put down. He tried to pull me out of position by taking control of my Jackson Strike but I ignored it and began putting Forget and Blood Curse on Mongwau. Day two saw Micah saunter into town and with 2 Blood Curses, a Forget, a Paralysis Mark and 6 control points in Town I was able to force him into a shootout which he lost miserably. Unlucky for him he did not draw an influence dude in two play hands. Not much to do, but an interesting game of positioning.
|Dec 31, 2014 aermet69|
|Dec 31, 2014 Epimer|