x1 Revenant
x2 Aging Knight
x3 Focus
x2 Ducal Infantryman
x3 Kabonk
x3 Roasted Bean Potion
x2 Wings Soldier
x2 Mangonel
x3 Righteous Partisan
x3 Royal Skirmisher
x3 Speed
x2 Tempo Theft
x2 Ducal Skirmisher
x3 Ducal Spearman
x2 Pushback
x2 Reloras, Lord Knight
x3 Prisoners of War
x3 Arbalestier
x3 Imperial Resources
x1 Cay, Royal Envoy
x1 Copper Automaton
x1 Ragged Wolf

Curve

General

  • Author Cradstache
  • Scrolls 50
  • Hard Gold Cost 26600
  • BM Gold Cost 0
  • Shards 3465
  • Version 1.2.0

Types

  • Creature: 26
  • Enchantment: 0
  • Spell: 22
  • Structure: 2

Sub Types

  • Human: 23
  • None: 19
  • Soldier: 12
  • Knight: 7
  • Destruction: 3
  • Artillery: 2
  • Undead: 1
  • Anima: 1
  • Automaton: 1
  • Beast: 1
  • Wolf: 1

Rarities

  • Common: 21
  • Uncommon: 9
  • Rare: 20

Special thanks to DavidSlain and PewQ for the fantastic Knight Recruitment method!

 

     Sailor Princess Cay

Last Updated: May 17th, 2015

 

A variant of Late-Game Order, which I refer to as Economy Order, is all about building up your economy while dealing with threats.

 

This deck is primarily focused on two things: playing defensively, and clearing entire rows using Arbalestier. In some iterations of the deck, I only use one Knight, Arbalestier, so that Royal Aspiration can be called for a potential of 3 extra Arbalestier's in a single deck cycle.

 

The key cards in the deck's economy are Prisoners of War and Imperial Resources. Prisoners of War successfully fills the curve at 5 resources, to ensure that I can continue to sacrifice for resources every turn, allowing Imperial to be played a turn sooner than expected. Imperial is as advantageous as always: allowing you to ramp from 7 towards the golden 9 resource mark and beyond while replenishing your hand. In some builds I'm also using a slightly downscaled Sinmarked Heritage / Powerbound engine.

 

The deck name will fluctuate frequently; usually it's a song name or something I felt was funny, topical, or particularly awesome.

 

May 17th, 2015

Is Echoes out yet? Man, here I am just waiting to get my hand on those new Echoes cards... Mojang pls...

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April 12nd, 2015

Proving once more that I have no idea what I'm doing. It's made of awesome!

{"deck":"If it kills fast, I can call it Tempo, right?","author":"Cradstache","types":[57,314,316,306,232,232,71,316,157,55,357,357,308,122,64,121,155,49,178,71,71,165,127,127,193,316,157,354,121,155,57,66,313,357,313,123,354,57,123,178,55,64,157,121,308,123,122,193,308,55]}

 

March 22nd, 2015

This current build, which is more aggressive than I usually go with, is working quite well for me, as of late. Removed the Waking Stones crutch, and a far cleaner curve.

{"deck":"Cay, the Favored","author":"Cradstache","types":[314,359,305,305,316,306,360,232,232,359,157,71,193,316,48,357,308,357,122,178,305,64,49,178,71,71,165,193,359,316,157,50,354,50,157,360,66,50,357,48,354,178,55,64,122,308,122,193,308,55]}

 

March 15th, 2015

Haven't had the best luck in ranked lately; have been losing a lot, actually; but this variant seems to work well. No sinmarked engine in this version, as Growth has just been tearing my shit up.

{"deck":"Cay is love; Cay is life.","author":"Cradstache","types":[314,305,359,316,305,360,306,157,71,193,48,316,357,360,357,308,122,178,49,178,71,71,165,359,193,316,157,354,384,50,157,105,359,66,50,384,357,61,105,48,123,354,178,308,123,122,193,308,55,384]}

 

February 16th, 2015

Re-added some Cay to the mix,a nd somewhat adjusted ratios on just about everything. Oh, and Wings Sorceress is back! Yay!

{"deck":"Cay is love; Cay is life.","author":"Cradstache","types":[314,359,316,360,157,71,48,127,280,349,357,357,178,280,49,178,71,71,127,193,127,316,157,92,92,52,95,50,157,105,52,280,360,359,105,95,314,50,61,357,66,48,61,178,55,308,193,52,308,55]}

 

January 25th, 2015:

Cantor took a look at the deck, and stoicly said: "No. This is wrong. Run 3 Prisoners, and some Roasted Bean Potions". Being Cantor, he was correct.

{"deck":"What is this? I don't even...","author":"Cradstache","types":[314,359,316,157,71,316,48,55,127,280,349,357,357,178,49,280,178,71,71,127,193,127,316,157,92,92,52,95,384,95,50,61,157,52,105,280,359,105,95,50,384,357,61,66,48,61,178,193,52,55]}

 

January 18th, 2015:

After a short hiatus, I've returned to this deck; have doubled down on rush cards, and am playing a mix of defensive + offense.

{"deck":"Lets Get Down to Business, to Defeat, the Growth","author":"Cradstache","types":[314,359,316,206,157,71,48,280,127,349,357,357,64,178,49,64,280,178,71,71,127,359,127,316,157,358,50,95,358,384,95,50,157,280,206,359,66,95,50,384,357,61,358,48,61,178,206,308,308,384]}

 

December 29th, 2014:

Some major adjustments: no longer utilizes Summons or Mangonel; now runs more defensive units, for innevitable growth matchups.

{"deck":"Pew Pew, Die Die","author":"Cradstache","types":[359,206,157,71,55,280,357,308,357,92,312,178,49,280,178,316,71,359,157,50,95,384,50,55,61,157,52,280,206,359,66,95,50,384,357,61,349,61,71,178,206,92,55,312,308,312,52,308,384,92]}

 

December 19th, 2014:

Initial version:

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