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Synergy is what works here. Each character plays into the other making it so that your dice are very very consistent.
Rey's action stacking paired with Kanan's ability to resolve dice before you do another action make this deck incredibly fast. Not to mention when you get those force speeds out.
Fast isn't the only thing this deck has, the shield generation is bar none, one of the best in the game with Shoto Lightsaberand Rey's Lightsaberas well as the use of Caution. Starting with 29 health is a lot for your opponent to chew through, but then adding non-stop shield generation and healing from Ancient Lightsaber is really something else.
As with most Rey - Force Prodigydecks, her primary focus is speed. You'll want to load her up as much as you can to gain those extra actions. Roll her in, then roll in Kanan Jarrus - Rebel Jedi, resolving a Kanan Jarrus - Rebel Jedi die if you want before rolling in your Jedi Instructor.
Hopefully you'll hit something other than the blank on your Jedi Instructor. Then use her ability to turn another one of your dice to a side matching the one you just rolled. Sometimes shields, hopefully melee.
Then swing away for big damage.
Cards like Force Misdirectionare amazing with this deck. You can use Kanan Jarrus - Rebel Jedito focus your dice to a side you want to remove before playing Force Misdirection. So let's say your opponent is playing a ranged damage heavy deck, you can do a "Play a Card" action, but resolve the focus on Kanan Jarrus - Rebel Jedi before you play that card to the side you want to remove, in this case, a ranged side on the other Kanan die, or on the Instructor die, then remove all ranged damage with Force Misdirection.
Destiny is also an amazing tool for this deck, it allows for a turn 1 One With The Forceor Master of the Councileach game. Between 3 characters, you're almost always guaranteed a 4 value showing, especially once you get a couple Force Speed on Rey - Force Prodigy.
All in all, the deck is fun, and synergetic. More so than most other decks I've played. With more practice, I really think this is Tier 1.