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This was a deck we actually had ready to go weeks ago and the day we were going to share it the Hero Palp version with Mace and Satine was posted by the ever talented Magnuson brothers. Then today I saw a variant of this pairing floating around and wanted to weigh in on why we feel the Dice of Failure team struck on a really fun deck Combo here. Credit to my teammate James for recognizing Bandolier for the combo accelerator it is. I had the idea to bring a bunch of cheap equipment dice to the table so that Qui-Gon Jinn - Ataru Master would be able to get big returns on lots of cheap dice.
The MVP cards of this deck are Defensive Teaching, Fatal Blow (Obvs), and in an unexpected turn of events Pillio Star Compass which has built in focus on other dice. If you find the +1 and focus another dice to 1 then get shields and resolve the 2 dice for 4 money. Huge gains mean I don't need to worry about things like It Binds All Things or other money making cards.
I don't find I claim 1st often, but the Comm Tower - Scarif on turn 1 can be really good. Because I only play 3 non-equipment upgrades, I can use every upgrade in my deck. I really want to maximize by ramp potential, so I need the find the Custom Bandolier and then start spending the money I am making to get dice out. This will turn on Bacta Therapy and push the ceiling on Fatal Blow to staggering possibilities. To accomplish all this, I use the Jedi Holocron or Renewed Purpose to dive further and faster into my deck. I was dumb and forgot about renewed purpose, instead using Strong Intuition.
The removal suite is smaller, but I find I need it less because of all the soak I can do. I have eaten back to back 11 damage swings from phasma only to bacta, get 5 shields back, and fatal blow for lethal the following turn.
I would love to hear what people would do to improve it. As blue hero is in a rough spot, I don't see this being tier 1, but I think its very fun to play and can upset lots of decks that don't know how to deal with it.
As we always say at Dice of Failure, "Roll better than us."