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|Winner Gothenburg Prime (22 players)||4||0||0||1.0|
This is the mill list I piloted to the semi-finals of Worlds 2019.
It was a ton of fun to play, for me at least and I felt that not many people would be testing heavily into the mill matchups in the current meta which should work to my advantage.
I'm not typically a mill player but I wanted to play something that was off meta and felt good against the majority of meta decks. The exception being the chopper droid deck as the worst possible matchup for this deck and action cheat droids in general being a problem. I'm a Tulsa player and tested a lot against Reylo, Palpatine, Droids, Aphra and other support heavy decks at Team Covenant.
Luckily I was able to dodge droids for most of the tournament and only faced one Han Droid deck in the swiss which I won, and one Chopper droid deck which I lost to. I was then able to dodge droids completely in the single elimination rounds.
After the tournament I think the flex cards are Defend and Jedi Mind Trick. If I was to change anything I would probably have changed out Defend for a Flames of the Past and one or two Jedi Mind Trick for Beguile probably. I've considered slotting in Suppressive Fire as well to have a chance against the droid match up's but I'm not sure if even that would be enough to make the difference. I will likely do more testing with it to see if I can get over the droid hump. Other than that all the other cards in the deck earned their place easily.
I honestly didn't expect to get as far as I did in the tournament with this deck but I'm super excited that I did. I admit that a few mistakes were made on my part in the semi finals, such as missing drawing cards after playing no questions asked and a couple other sub-optimal plays, however my opponent David played almost flawlessly and played around No Answer very effectively. All of my opponents were awesome and courteous and the tournament was run very efficiently by FFG. Hopefully I can win an invite for next year as well.
I don't feel quite as bad about losing in the semi-finals since I most likely would have lost to the Chopper player in the finals and David's 4-LOM - Calculating Criminal deck put up a much better fight than I would have.
Happy to discuss anything about the deck and good luck to all the other mill players out there.