Green Dreamers, Episode 3: National Champ vs. National Champ

by Luke Wortley (eldub) This week, Green Dreamers is finally back with a special feature episode. The matchup speaks for itself: Lannister-Banner of the Dragon vs. Stark-Fealty. It's a meta-defining matchup with two decks that are clearly top-level builds. However, what really matters here is the players. We have two players from the Columbus,

Nerdly Ned: Theme decks

by Luke Wortley (eldub)* First of all, please excuse my tardiness in doing a wrap-up of the first cycle with Characters; I'm still trying to hammer out exactly how I'm going to tackle each faction's Nedliest characters. En lieu of that piece, though, I've been contemplating the larger scope of Nedliness to

Second Sons, Episode 6: So, what’s the fourth worst house?

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by Luke Wortley (eldub) Okay, it's that time again...when I blurb this affront to humanity. In all seriousness, though, this episode is among the more redeemable...the amount of red beard is just amazing (Ryan and Buzz killin the game), and we have Craven from Banter Behind the Throne (need I say more?). Given

Two Guys, One Deck: Martell-Banner of the Wolf

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by Luke Wortley (eldub) and Steven Cantrell (scantrell24) This edition of Two Guys, One Deck is strictly for fun. We're just two southern gentlemen (Steve from Georgia, Luke from Kentucky) that wanted to get together and pair up a couple factions that are, in many ways, diametrically opposed to one another geographically

Green Dreamers, Episode 1: Stark-Fealty vs. Martell-Stag

by Luke Wortley (eldub) Now it's time for the inaugural episode of yet another video series to be featured here at The White Book. On the cast we talk plenty of theory in relation to deckbuilding and potential impact of certain cards / interactions, but we rarely get to delve into actual game-play