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King Standard FSS/Uruk Archery
« on: October 25, 2018, 10:02:28 AM »
KS FSS/IsenArchery
Frodo, Master of the Precious
Ring: The One Ring, Answer To All Riddles

Adventure deck:
Isengard Ruined
King's Tent
Hall of the Kings
Osgiliath Fallen
City Gates
Minas Tirith First Circle
Osgiliath Crossing
Northern Ithilien

Free Peoples Draw Deck:
1x Smeagol, Slinker
1x Sam, Resolute Halfling
3x Brace of Coneys
1x Frodo's Cloak
1x Hobbit Sword
2x Sting, Baggins Heirloom
3x Don't Follow the Lights
3x Not Listening
3x Hobbit Intuition
3x Mind Your Own Affairs
2x No Help For It
2x You Must Help Us
3x Don't Look at Them
1x Never
4x A Promise
1x Cliffs of Emyn Muil
1x Rare Good Ballast

Shadow Draw Deck:
1x Gollum, Vile Creature
1x Berserk Butcher
2x Berserk Slayer
1x Lurtz, Servant of Isengard
3x Ranged Commander
4x Uruk Crossbow Troop
4x Uruk Crossbowman
4x Uruk Sapper
3x Captured by the Ring
2x Cloud of Arrows
2x Devilry of Orthanc
1x Greed
1x Scaling Ladder
2x Siege Engine
4x Weapons of Isengard

The free peoples here isn't for the faint of heart. You are always flirting with the edge of disaster and when it goes wrong, it goes really wrong. That said, Don't Follow the Lights can get you out of numerous jams if played correctly and while you aren't exhausting everything in sight, you can still do some good work with Don't Look at Them and Mind Your Own Affairs. Saruman's Power is the biggest hurdle this deck faces.

The Shadow is a fairly standard Uruk Archery set. It works really well in the King Standard environment where Frodo is still the ring-bearer but you run into a few cases of Such a Weight to Carry instead of Answer to All Riddles.

This deck is comfortably tier two or three, but those are often the decks I find the most fun to play. You're playing against your opponent, yes, but you're also playing against chance and the perfect hand that you often aren't in the standard Last Alliance/Bow People deck.