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The deck uses Song of Mocking on Glóin to convert damage on Beorn into resources. This gives you a permanent defender and strong economy. As a safety valve, Vigilant Guard can be played on warriors such as Gimli or Erebor Battle Master.
Since this is an attachment-heavy deck with a lot of dwarf-mining tech, the best card is Galadriel, which not only allows to play attachments such as Self Preservation for free, but can also set up various shenanigans with Well-Equipped or King Under the Mountain, because she doesn’t shuffle the deck but only reorders it. She gets even better in conjunction with Gildor Inglorion, both conspiring to trigger Ered Luin Miner or Hidden Cache. Gildor Inglorion can put any costly attachment back into the deck, to be fetched by Well-Equipped . He can also swap the attachment with a Well-Equipped happening to be on top of the deck).
Starting hand and shenanigans
Favor of the Valar is ideal for this deck, since it is an attachment that can be put into play by Galadriel. This deck doesn’t mind high threats and being engaged (to the contrary), so its only concern is to avoid threat-based elimination. If you have Erebor Hammersmith and/or To me! O my kinsfolk!, you can recycle Favor of the Valar and postpone elimination for quite a while.
This deck is most suited against enemy-heavy scenarios such as The Seventh Level of Khazad Dum or The Watcher in the Water. I also pitted it against Passage Through Mirkwood Nightmare and Watcher in the Water Nightmare, to pretty good results.