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Recovery Pile

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If you like value, you are in the right place. This is a deck built around new card Recovery bouncing and recurring Temple Scribes and Hive Queen Uthers repeatedly, generating absurd amounts of card advantage. 8 Merchants provide the deck with multiple ways to win the game, along with Makkar's and Grodov's Stranger. This deck is sweet, and was worth a day one craft of Hive Queen Uther. Send an Agent may be cut for more Safe Returns, and the four drop slot can also be tweaked depending on what you are facing. This deck is absolutely lit, and card]Hive Queen Uther[/card] will probably get nerfed at some point.


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Does not include campaign cost

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Influence Requirements
2 2 2

Power Sources
19 10 9 15 4

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Deck Rarities
5 25 25 1 16

Card Types
35 0 17 1 27

Contains Cards From Campaigns
Into Shadow [Set1004]
Trials of Grodov [Set1006]
Bastion Rising [Set1097]


January 19, 2023


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abbaabbaabba Eternal Version: 23.01.18
Sure seems like Katra, the Devoted belongs here.

Also, how exactly does it work? What are some of the key combos? I can't picture it all mentally right now. Hmm...
App88 Edited Eternal Version: 23.01.18
Recovery plus summons is pretty much the core concept. Use Temple Scribe and the merchants to get you to either more power, or your win cons. From there slam Strangers, Hive Queen Uther, and your market cards to win. The games go really long, but all of your units generate card advantage. This deck is winning games in masters, and it's a blast to play. Sabertooth Prideleader is a flex spot along with the Safe Returns, and you can add value creatures to taste. Katra, the Devoted is a bit poor in removal fights, and I am not a fan of the card in this shell. I think it could work if there were more life gain effects in the deck though.