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“But Aragorn was grown to full stature of body and mind, and Galadriel bade him cast aside his wayworn raiment , and she clothed him in silver and white, with a cloak of elven-grey and a bright gem on his brow. Then more than any king of men he appeared, and seemed rather an Elf-Lord from the isles of the west.
Of Aragorn and Arwen, Appendix B
I featured this deck in more detail on my blog:
If you are curious about some of the quests it has gone against and some of the tricks and capabilities it has check it out!
This has been a really fun Silvan deck to play with the wrinkle of using Aragorn. He brings a lot to the table when it comes to the silvan archetype! Beefy hit points, the Dunedain trait, access to tactics just to name a few!
How to Play
Mulligan for Mirror of Galadriel in order to start selecting what you need out of your deck. Once that is in play you want Nenya or Ring of Barahir for access to , and Silver Harp to hold onto the discard. Then grab O Lórien! for that all important discount!
It sounds like a lot of pieces but you don’t really need them all to really get the ball rolling. Most any of the key pieces will be enough to get you going early game.
Aragorn can become an incredible defender block for up 4 and backed by 10 , and limited readying provided by Magic Ring.
Healing is provided by Silvan Tracker who works on everyone except Aragorn and Galadriel, so you will need to be careful with their health! Magic Ring can provide a small measure of healing. If you are having a hard time managing it swap in some Lembas from the sideboard.
This deck can pump out some serous will power once it gets going and it handles combat better than any silvan deck I’ve played at this point! Aragorn brings so much to the table! It plays very well solo and can be an incredible asset in multiplayer with some strong ranged options and the ability to play Feigned Voices across the board!
I’ve tried this against well over a dozen quests and I haven’t found anything yet it couldn’t handle!
If you like the Silvan archetype or you want to try it for the first time, check this deck out and let me know what you think!