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The White Book S7E02- 226

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This week Will, Aaron, and a special guest Cory talk about decks and strengths of the other 4 houses.
Music by Spinozar

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Will is a longtime fan of sci-fi and fantasy who first discovered the AGOT CCG in the fall of 2002, shortly after reading the first three novels that summer. He was instantly hooked and playing the game has been his competitive outlet every since. He cofounded 2 Champs and a Chump (now The White Book) in 2010 and since took over the show completely. His favorite faction is House Lannister and at heart he's a Shagga player in joust and a Queen of Thorns in melee.

9 thoughts on “The White Book S7E02- 226

  1. Since the cast is running late, I thought I’d post the first big question from it: What deck should I banner to from Lannister for Red Saturday? I’m definitely doing Lannister main house, and am looking for votes on what to do with a Banner. Vote in the comments below here, on Whitebookpodcast,com, or e-mail me at glazer826@gmail.com – oh, and one thing, I won’t be bannering NW, but literally any other house is acceptable, so vote away!

  2. How about a Greyjoy Banner, add some aggro to Lanni, and The Things I do for Love can help get some unopposed challenges. The shipwright is always good for controlling locations, and Risen helps with some soak.

    A 12 card set could look something like

    3x Shipwright
    3x Theon
    2x Asha
    3x Fishmonger
    2x Risen from the Sea
    2x Throwing Axe

  3. You should try banner of the Stag. I’ve been playing around with it and it’s a really solid control deck. I haven’t had a chance to test too much but so far it essentially plays like a more consistent Bara fealty. Tywin is obviously a boss and can fuel playing Davos multiple times, Lanni has a very consistent draw engine and kind find the R’hllor pieces really easily, chamber of the painted table can help you close, plus kneel is always good.

  4. Bwahahaha. Awesome name, Patrick!

    Also reminds me, who doesn’t dream of bouncing someone with The Things I Do For Love and then discarding them with Seen in Flames?

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