x3 Summons
x3 Woodland Memorial
x3 Advantageous Outlook
x3 Heritage
x3 Royal Skirmisher
x3 Gallant Defender
x3 Royal Vanguard
x3 Arbalestier
x2 Imperial Resources
x3 Eye of Eagle
x3 Frost Gale
x3 Sister of the Fox
x3 Stone Pact Memorial
x3 Fertile Soil
x3 Kinfolk Veteran
x3 Quake
x3 God Hand



  • Author Glitheron
  • Scrolls 50
  • Hard Gold Cost 25100
  • BM Gold Cost 0
  • Shards 3285
  • Version 1.2.1


  • Creature: 18
  • Enchantment: 3
  • Spell: 23
  • Structure: 6

Sub Types

  • None: 20
  • Human: 18
  • Memorial: 6
  • Knight: 6
  • Destruction: 6
  • Kinfolk: 6
  • Soldier: 3


  • Common: 21
  • Uncommon: 12
  • Rare: 17

My own version of   Go Arbalestier, by danatron1 ( http://scrolldier.com/deck/1467 ). Just the same deck with Rat King replaced by Advantageous Outlook. Currently, I'm trying more minor changes to the initial design by danatron1.


How it Works

Use Sister of the Fox and Stone Pact Memorial to chumpblock early threats, while building a tiny resource ramp, thanks to the memorials and Summons. Frost Gale may help. ASAP, play a Gallant Defender. At this point, opponent creatures outnumber yours, so Defender is a very good asset. One turn or two later, put an Arbalestier on the table and the clean-up start. 

Arbalestier can be pumped with Advantageous Outlook, Royal Vanguard and God Hand, so is easy to clean an entire row from units with a single shot. All spells help to count down Arb's CD, in special God Hand (-3 CD), Eye of Eagle and Summons (only 1 cost, in addition to provide a chumpblocker to protect our Knight). 

This "combo" works mostly alone. You don't be out of pieces, since the insane ammount of draw that is included (Outlook, Eye of Eagle, Fertile Soil, Heritage, Imperial Resources, Sister of the Fox and Summons). Maybe doesn't look like that, but it's very consistent.  Quake and Frost Gale helps your Arbs to clean the table, while triggers Heritage on your Sisters. Kinfolk Veteran may take down an unprotected, but far, Idol or unit, and Royal Skirmisher helps Arbalestier with the clean-up.