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| Rating||(4.59) | Read Reviews|
| Author|| Joe "Ditolus" Pinto (Subscribe to this member)|
| Description|| |
| This is a fambaa deck i made based on mega drains and direct damage.|
| Submitted|| December 4, 2006|
| Cards|| |
careful planning v
sai torr v
thrown back v
otah gunga entrance
obi-wan kenobi v x2
mace v x2
qui with saber
yoda master of force
padme v x2
luke skywalker v
princess leia v
general reeikan v
general jar jar
alternatives to fighting
sorry bout mess combo
weesa got grand x2
lets keep a little optimism v
gungan energy shield x3
honor of the jedi
jedi saber v x2
r2 in red 5
bright hope x2
tantive 4 v
han chewie falcon
capital support x2
| Strategy|| |
| so the deck overall is meant to cause lots of force loss. |
strike planning: pull general jar jar and gungan general(if u get lucky u can pull reeikan)
steady steady: makes your force drains plus to at battle plains where u have 2 different gungans
dams denna: he can make ur fambaa's recycle infinitely. which is great since they are forfeit 5 and destiny 5.
gungan energy shield: pulled by battle plains and with fambaa's prevents opponent from being able to target u with weapons.
sense x3: protects from hidden weapons and trample and altering of your energy shield
alter x2: needed to alter luuuke luuuke v and the senate drain canceller political effect. could add a 3rd alter.
capital support x2: opponent lose force for each bg u control with a general. i have 4 generals in this deck.
forest: pulled by reeikan. ur totally immune to attrition here plus if u get a fambaa and an energy shield here u are immune to weapons as well.
thats pretty much it. this is a turtle deck mostly. if your opponent leaves u alone it could be bad for them with damage from padme, the admiral's order, and the drains with sabers and steady steady bonus. if a better player than me made this deck it could probably be tournament worthy, so feel free to critque it and give alternate cards/strategies.
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