No deck for today, but im working on one for tomorrow to finish up the season.
Meanwhile, i will do something i had been planning to do for awhile - point out a few of my favourite decks i posted in this thread, who better to do this than the one who definitely tried them all?
I will focus on the most fun but also the ones that resisted the times and are still viable, maybe with a few adjustments:
- Shield Nova (15th May) - i was never a fan of NR Witchers, but ive always loved NR shields and POGner. So i am curious to revisit this deck, which can be improved due to some provision buffs it got in the past months since its been created. Less NG in the meta makes it more likely to succeed but Nova and a few other cards have been powercrept, so they might not do as well as they did.
- Harpy Arpeggio (17th May) - i love harpy eggs, and this deck was made before there were megascopes, so now the potential for some wacky stuff is even greater.
- Queens and Frigates (22nd May) - i was really proud of this deck. The leader must be replaced for anything stronger, but ive been eager to try Vissegerd + Igni again, specially to counter Relicts which love rowstacking and always get over 35pts so Igni's initiative isnt a problem.
- Wholesome Warriors (24th May) - one of my favourites, as i love Queensguard since beta, even though they're a bit different now.
- Pirate Life for Me (29th May) - this was actually my oldest deck in the deckbuilder, and i played a lot of it in Rank 1 this season, but with a 50% winrate i wasnt getting there. Hopefully the day of the pirates will come in the future!
- GerALLts (15th June) - i love this meme deck, all 7 Geralts. And somehow it got even more viable with a few alterations, due to the cheap relicts MO got in PoP part 2.
- No Trap Artefacts (22nd June) - one of the weirdest, hardest to pilot decks i posted, but somehow i did really well with it, probably lucky. Everytime i lose to ST Spellatael because of their giant Gord with last say, i wish i had Black Blood, one of only 2 ways to counter it (the other being Cahir).
- Healing Row (24th June) - i just love Flaminica and healing, and i probably make too many decks with her, this is the pre-PoP version.
- True Alchemy (30th June) - another deck i love and kept until last week, trying to make it work on Rank 1. Unfortunately, even if uncountered, Living Armor + alchemists somehow still arent enough to pointslam MO relicts. OG alchemist >>> Viper Witcher Alchemist
- Tony Shaelmaar (30th July) - another deck i love, and it was the one i used to breeze through Rank 3 and 2 earlier in the season. 25pt Gord? My 30pt Shaelmaar laughs in yo face!
- Joachimception (8th August) - gotta love replaying a gold 8 times in a match, that is half of the turns in most matches. And it's flexible enough so that you can do it with another target instead of Joachim. I still plan to explore Dwimveandra on other decks, as she was neglected by most creators.
Last one, you mention, I played against someone who'd used Dwimveandra to absolutely clog my deck with rubbish. I still won, as similar to a hypermill deck there wasn't enough tempo in their units to get the momentum, but I think there's a meme tactic to be found here somewhere.
I reckon if you could use the Armory location + Dwim + living armour + alchemists + kingslayer, you could do some ridiculous point slamming.