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|Thrawn and His Momma||1||0||1||1.0|
|Grand Mother Seattle Regional Top 4||15||13||0||1.0|
|Thrawn / Talzin||0||0||0||1.0|
|Honestly says this is worse than Thrawn Talzin vehicles||0||1||2||1.0|
The Destiny Council 2210
This is the list Jon brought to the Fargo Regional. He was second after swiss (6-1) with his only loss coming in the second round to an OTK deck, one of 4 that he had to face throughout the day.
- Round 1 OTK: win (tactical into snare on Seventh secured win)
- R2 OTK: Loss
- R3 Obi Maz: Win
- R4 hero vehicles: Win (force wave dealt 11 damage in 2 rounds)
- R5 Brian's OTK: Win (tactical into double focus FTW)
- R6 OTK: Win (Three Steps ahead FTW)
- R7 Zeb Kanan: Win (Snare on Zeb FTW)
He won his Round of 8 against Zeb Kanan 2-1.
Upon facing Will in his Top 4 match he "won" his first game. However, Jon had won the World's lottery, and Will didn't yet have a spot. Not wanting to deny Will a chance at a World's seat, Jon conceded the next two games. This shouldn't take anything away from Will, who played exceptionally well throughout the day with Boba Seventh Sister.
The deck specializes in denying the opponent from playing removal cards with Thrawn's ability, while guaranteeing max value out of its dice with Talzin's ability and Thrawn's double focus. The deck is not an easy one to play, but once you've grown comfortable with it, it is incredibly consistent. The pilot always knows his opponents hand and rarely needs to rely on lucky rolls. Look for a deck tech article to appear on destinycouncil.com later this week.