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This is the deck I piloted to a second seed Swiss finish ending 5-1. I ended up losing in the second round of top cut (in top 8) to the player who won the entire event. *I had defeated him previously in round 4.
I'm a fairly new player with a lot of background experience in other TCG's. At the same time, it's hard to dismiss that I had the strongest bracket in the tournament. I managed to still ended up 2nd seed. . .
- Strength of schedule was the hardest with 4 out of my 6 opponents advancing into the top 16 cut.
- Only loss in Swiss came from Jango/eBala/Trooper (Oh boy, did he really go off that game)
- I strongly feel this deck is the strongest in the current meta, but it's very tough to pilot
The Hardest Match-Up:eHan/eRey It's a match up that can go either way. I feel it's still favored for ePoe/eRey as long as the eHan/eRey player does not have (2) copies of Second Chance in their deck. It's still winnable with 2 copies of Second Chance.
Action Economy: (+) Holdout Blaster: Provides Unexpected 2 turns of intiative. If Rey's going to die, at least she'll still do something. (+) Hold unto your Hit and Run for opportune moments. Usually it's not good to use frivilously.
Resource Economy: (+) Commlink: Feel free to overwrite your 1/2 cost upgrades freely to disrupt their dice. This usually comes down to a free reroll on their dice. (Then overwrite with One with the Force) (+) Rearm provides a free Pistol (free dice is solid) which you often overwrite later anyways (+) Don't feel the need to hold unto your cards. Overwriting is usually a good option.
The deck has the option to just go super offensive with a lot of burst, especially if you are able to pull in your throne room.
Combo: Instant Blowout
- Discard One with the Force with Poe's special die to use the 3 Focus side. Turn your other Poe's die into a special and any of your equips on Rey to Special sides. You can resolve all of your 3 Specials immediately for a quick burst of a lot of damage. If you also have Mind Probe, the damage can quickly add up.
That's a quick run down. It's a very technical deck, but also rewards players that have a high skill cap.
This deck in addition to having a lot of utility and very good action/resource economy can explosively win out a match on the first or second turn if you get your pieces.