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I went 6-0 with this deck at the Italy GQ Standard event over the weekend.
Most of this deck is pretty standard, but there are a few cards that help push above 50% against most of the field. It is heavily inspired by @crawwurm's Raayla - 2nd place Atlanta regionals. Check out their deck analysis on The Hyperloops for even more information and card choices.
- Decisive Blow - I won every time I played this card. With a little bit of planning it is very easy to end a round with 1 , roll in whoever has the most upgrades, and more than likely destroy your opponent's turn on their activation.
- Rend - This helped a ton against Force Speed. I initially had it teched in for Running Interference, but I didn't see any during the day.
- Lightsaber Pull - mostly just to have a second Rey's Lightsaber. But also useful late game for cycling an Ancient Lightsaber when s are abundant.
- Close Quarters Assault - definitely a standard card but its worth calling out how devastating this can be on turn one or two to your opponent. Hitting for two is just fine - don't get greedy. But pulling three or four cards practically ends the round - especially against Vehicles decks.
You are looking for Rey's Lightsaber, It Binds All Things, Close Quarters Assault, and Reaping The Crystal, in that order. Two shields on Rey make it very easy to get her ability off at the beginning. It also sometimes makes your opponent go for Aayla!
Round 1: Bye
Round 2: Hero Vehicles
Round 4: Mirror
This match could have gone either way. The last round came down to who could re-roll for lethal first. I had claimed the battlefield the turn before so I had an extra chance at rolling and the shield from Obi-Wan's Hut.
Round 5: Kylo2/Annakin
Perhaps the matchup I feared the most, and against the Italy National Champ as well. We both hit Close Quarters Assault in the first two rounds and damage was very back and forth. But he got hit with a very unlucky Doubt roll - Aayla hitting the only side that could put Kylo under.
Round 6: Yoda/Hondo