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Hearing a lot of buzz about my deck so decided to finally share. As far as I know I was the only mill going into day 2, wish it had been a better day.
Day 1 Matches...
1: WIN - 2xHired Gun/Ezra/Rookie Pilot
Was hoping for vehicle deck matchups and got my wish first match. He started to make a comeback after playing Maz’s Vault but that also accelerated my deck and allowed me to finish strong.
2: WIN - eSabine/Kanan
Thought I was screwed as mill just feeds Sabine early. Managed to get through a lot of cards pretty fast and Jump at the end to win.
3: WIN - eHondo/eYoda
Had a lot of practice against variations of this deck. Kept shields up hard and resources up and nailed some key cards early to keep him from staking upgrades.
4: LOSS - eRey/eAayla
Did everything I could to stop the consistent damage from this deck. He got both lighbows down and the rest is history.
5: WIN - eBoba/eSeventh
This poor guy had some of the crappiest rolls I had seen all day and when did get some I had the shields or mitagation in hand. Still managed to put a lot of damage down but in the end it wasn’t enough.
6: LOSS - eKylo2/eTalzin
Shouldn’t have lost to this deck, had a lot of practice against it. I got caught up in making it to day 2 and made the rookie mistake of thinking my record didn’t matter after day 1. Tried a bunch of things I wouldn’t normally do and he got me in the end. Live and learn I guess.
7: LOSS - eRey/eAayla
1 resource or bad die roll from winning this game. Milled him with nothing left but to roll out Rey and pray he doesn’t roll the exact amount he needed... he got it. Sitting on a shield card that would have saved me and the resource was one action away.
8: LOSS - ...eRey/eAayla
Seriously hate this deck now. Played the “God-Rolling Queen” from Brazil. Every roll was damage on almost all dice and I only have so many shields and cards to stop them. Clutch CQA by her right before I was going to Jump out of a lot of damage, she nailed both my Jumps and one Strength Through Weakness. Managed to get her down to 4 cards left in hand when I died.
9: LOSS - Some sorta vehicle deck.
After having to deal with the one deck that had my number 2 times in a row and 3 times in the tourney, I decided to just give that guy the win. I lost all my focus after those last two matches and didn’t want to waste the guys time, though I had a high chance of winning this one.
Will post more in the comments...