Deck need Tuning

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  • #14733

    lintinshell

    Hello,

    As suggested by some forum members, this is the deck that I currently can best assemble with what I have on hand.

    http://highgrounds.vehibase.com/deck-afd0962fa7eaaca8a31374a9593c9ee4

    Any suggestions on the strategies to play better without overhauling the deck?

    #14734

    aiee6

    1. Remove Lapp. He’s terrible.
    2. Remove Spike. this is optional, and spike is great for winning, but he strikes fear into any non-veterans heart. unless you wan’t almost everyone you play against to hate you, remove him.
    other then that, its pretty good.

    #14736

    Raijinili

    I don’t think you need Kaite (just put Durant in the back and lower your deck size), Syl, or the second Evelyne. Why not remove Oakleys and Rile and use Knights as your main attackers?

    #14738

    lintinshell

    Thanks folks.

    Retune to be knight heavy with a choice to spike.

    http://highgrounds.vehibase.com/deck-643401c4741254598be657ed9feae8db

    Unfortunately, deck still not good enough, ran into someone who generate firepower of 91 in one turn with Shadebeasts and so on…..
    Don’t think I got a chance….

    #14742

    Raijinili

    Crystal Burnout? There’s definitely a chance. http://thecrystalcamp.com/wiki/index.php/New_Player_Guide#Specific_counter-strategies

    I would’ve been overpowered in a match today with my own Burnout if I didn’t have two Jimeins. I warned my opponent about Striker, and he put Arthur Hale Oakley Oakley in front, which meant I couldn’t burn out. If they had Spike (and you do), I might’ve lost in one hit. It’s a big weakness.

    If they had Ink/Jacen, that’s harder. But you can still Spike the Shades if the opponent isn’t ready for it (Rauny front).

    Point is, if you see Shade, Striker, or Sliver, be careful about your front row. Also that Spike is a killer for Crystal. Cryburn is one of the easier decks to counter, I’d say. (You even get a nice warning because you can usually see Shade in back first, unlike with Spike)

    As for your deck, try the following things:
    – with and without second Durant
    – pick any two of Epherius, Evelyne, Jolien
    – with and without Payne
    – with and without Cliff
    – with and without second Tarim

    Also, put in your Johnns.

    #14783

    lintinshell

    @Rajjinili, Thanks.. that is a very useful guide.

    #14804

    fakaktus

    I’d try a new strategy by removing both Tarims from the deck and switch them with 2 Johnns. If you get rid of them, you will ALWAYS have a gold producer on your first turn. It will be either HARDEN, RAMM OR JOHNN.

    Remember that you have 3 really expensive units; Arthur, Spike and Cliff. In order to get them all out as fast as possible, you need to create larger gold revenue, quicker.

    Yes, eventually you will have less power in the end game, but you will be much faster to do massive damage. While keeping Spike and Payne in the deck, to make sure you can always hinder your opponent so you won’t need that extra attack power.

    2 RAMMS. 2 HALES and CLIFF in the front
    1 ARTHUR, 1 JOLIEN (Or switch to Epherius), 1 EVELYNE in the back

    That’s what you need to aim for. While moving Spike from front to back. Then you can use Durants if you need to keep the enemy at bay, or add the Gromm to get that extra attack you need.

    If you have Bane or Yorn, try to add one of them to help SPIKE and PAYNE knock out your opponents units.

    If you smell the opponent bring out a Spike or a Rune, don’t be afraid to move a HARDEN to the front row.

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