eSabineYoda (Top4 Austrian Regionals)

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SailorMeni 20

Pretty standard Sabine Wren - Explosives Expert Yoda - Wizened Master deck. Last minute includes were 2 Scruffy Looking Nerf-Herder. It is always useful and very powerful. Many decks have have some cards that create auto wins (this one for example).

Round 1: Mirror agains elite Sabine Wren - Explosives Expert Yoda - Wizened Master. I got out 2 Running Interference in round 1. For two rounds we dealt some damage to each other. My opponent managed to save Sabine Wren - Explosives Expert using Impersonate and my Sabine Wren - Explosives Expert was bleeding heavily. In round 3 my machine was unstoppable. Using Running Interference, Never Tell Me The Odds and Hyperspace Jump he just had no chance.

Round 2: eliete Luke Skywalker - Jedi Knight Rey - Force Prodigy Pretty outdated Deck, inexperienced opponent. Not much to say about the game.

Round 3: elite Hondo Ohnaka - Respected Businessman elite Yoda - Wizened Master With pretty reasonable income, Hondo Ohnaka - Respected Businessman is not that much of a deal. Easy Pickings also helps. But it also makes my game much slower and gives my opponent the money for upgrading heavily. So it was a slow start, but once I got the money (and Running Interference out), I was able to combo to victory.

Round 4: elite Yoda - Wizened Master elite Saw Gerrera - Extremist Leader Fortunately sombody told me the concept of this build before the game: Special chaining to deal lots of damage from Saws ability. So the first thing I did in the game was eliminating a Force Speed using Scruffy Looking Nerf-Herder. It was a really tight game for about 4 rounds until finally my Running Interference / Hyperspace Jump combo kicked in again and I managed to win.

Round 5: elite Boba Fett - Deadly Mercenary elite Seventh Sister - Agile Inquisitor (Tournament winner) My opponent put Ancient Lightsaber and Vibroknife on Boba. Using (I think) a Force Speed and Concentrate I one-shot Boba Fett - Deadly Mercenary in round 3. Seventh Sister - Agile Inquisitor with no upgrade didn't last much longer.

So I made it with 5-0 to the cut.

Semifinals: elite Hondo Ohnaka - Respected Businessman elite Poe Dameron - More Than A Pilot Round 1: Had a good draw (Force Speed, Running Interference, DL-44 Heavy Blaster Pistol and Truce). I focused first on Poe Dameron - More Than A Pilot and was able to finish it rather quickly.

Round 2: Had a terrible draw. I also forgot to take my two shields as second player. I don't remember too much of this game other then I lost rather quickly.

Round 3: This game was a thriller. My opponent used Vandalize on both of my Running Interference. I used it to get rid of Fast Hands. He got 3 shields on Poe Dameron - More Than A Pilot so I decided to go for Hondo Ohnaka - Respected Businessman first. I got him down to 4 hit points and had the chance to kill him. But I hesitated because I needed a good roll for that and wanted to make sure with Force Speed and Never Tell Me The Odds. That was a mistake, because that gave my oppenent enough time to play Second Chance. I managed to kill Hondo Ohnaka - Respected Businessman shortly after but these 5 more damage cost a lot of time. In the meantime Poe Dameron - More Than A Pilot was fully geared up. I again wanted to use my full potential and I didn't see All In coming (second bad mistake, I knew it was in his deck) which killed Sabine Wren - Explosives Expert before she could deal damage. Yoda - Wizened Master alone was not able to defeat a fully armed Poe Dameron - More Than A Pilot which marked the end of the tournament for me. This was a really tense game and a lot of fun!

2 comments

5P33D 80

Is it worth force illusion and force speed to use 1 die yoda instead of 2 dice Ezra?

SailorMeni 20

In my oppinion yes. What do you want with this deck? Action Cheating and Survivability. Yoda - Wizened Master and the blue cards help here a lot. Ezra Bridger - Force-sensitive Thief has only 7 hitpoint (a lot of decks can kill him in turn one) and if the opponent has no resources, he has 3 blank sides on his dice.