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|eKylo2/General Grievous w/out Ancient Lightsaber||1||1||0||1.0|
the BEAST 1079
(This is version 1.0, original version was deleted because I forgot a card.)
Of all the villains in Star Wars, General Grievous has always been one of my favorite. The thing is, I was never able to use him in a good deck. But now, the time has come... this is my version of a GG/Kylo deck that actually works. Let's go strait to card choices.
Ancient Lightsaber - An awesome blue weapon. That healing ability is just too good.
Crossguard Lightsaber - Can take out some shields with its special and do direct damage as well.
Shoto Lightsaber - One of the main upgrade in the deck. Having it with other blue weapons can give survivability or do damage. Two of them on one character is even better.
Events (Most of the removals are self-explanatory so I will explain other cards)
Other events include:
Logistics - Possibly the best ressource generation card offered by command.
Intimidate - So many shields running around. it can be up to 3 damage from hand for free!
Feint - This card is included as a one-of. It can be used with Kylo Ren - Tormented One for his ability, but it's also good if he has a Shoto Lightsaber equiped. For this reason, I believe it is better than Lightsaber Throw.
Clash - This card is the other one-of. It's good against other melee decks, but useless against ranged decks.
After 8 games of testing, the deck is currently 8-0. It can beat Sabine Wren - Explosives Expert/Ezra Bridger - Force-sensitive Thief and Bala-Tik - Gang Leader/Ciena Ree - Adept Pilot/Nightsister. Rainbow 5's is harder because they have 4 colors in their deck. On the other hand, Sabine/Ezra has 2. Deflect is good against both decks. General Grievous - Jedi Hunter stops the deck from doing lethal damage when redeploying upgrades.
Sabine/Ezra - 4-0
Rainbow 5's - 2-0
Mace/Padawan - 1-0
Poe/Ezra - 1-0
If you have any questions/feedback, please leave a comment and I will reply as soon as I can. Thanks for reading!