This is a deck which revolves around having a very powerful backline, which along with pestis soon produces a full board of poisonous rats!
Everything costs 2 units or less, so you really only need 1-2 points in growth/decay, and 1 in wild.
The back line of your units is designed to be swift and powerful. Use buffs such as Chapion Ring and Bear Paw for some good stregnth, and a Vitriol Aura if you're having trouble breaking through some tough defence.
In the back you want to have your Blade Husk, Slayer Vestige, and most imporantly the Kinfolk Brave, which this deck revolves around.
The Kinfolk Brave
Put him in the back line, and make sure he gets pestis! Put as many buffs on him as you can, because the Brave will be your most vital character. Because he will be attacking every turn, anything he kills will summon more rats and make him even stronger. A morbid curiosity can also help you rack up a lot of scrolls really fast.
The Front Line
Your front line should be as expendable and annoying as possible. Your rats from pestis will soon rack up, so try to fill the front row with them. Anything poisonous or spiky should probably go here, such as the Infected Gravelock or Bitter Root. If you have the Infected Gravelock or one of your weak, expendable frontliners (such as the Husk or Vaettyr), it is good to throw down a fungify and you will soon have a living wall. Dryadic power works too, especially on the Gravelock since he can't move anyway.
In your middle row, you want to have some of your mediocre troops and walls mixed in there. Some Illmire Tribesmen or Bog Hounds are good to have on standby. This is also generally the place you want to have walls, so placing the Eternal Statue, Beetle Stone, and Scavenger Consturct is good here, for just in case the enemy breaks through your first line of defence. The junkyard is also one of the most imporatnt things you can place here, because they will buff your rats like crazy and provide some protection for the backline.
I think that's about it! I am still tinkering with the deck so I am definitely open to suggestion.
I am new at this and there is always room for improvement, so don't feel shy about giving feedback! :3