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This deck is inspired by Heed the Dream and influenced by @Seastan's The One Deck.
Glorfindel is a good fit as the third Hero as he keeps the Starting Threat low and gives immediate access to the sphere.
The Attachment selection is a general toolbox, with unique Attachments kept to a minimum to provide a range of options and to minimise the probability of wasting Vilya on a unique card already in play.
How to play
- Mulligan for Vilya or Heed the Dream.
- If you get Heed the Dream but not Vilya, spend Elrond's resource and Denethor's three resources to find Vilya on Turn 1.
- Once you have Vilya in play, use it every turn unless you have a good reason not to. This will be blind to start with, but your second priority is Imladris Stargazer. A lucky Heed the Dream may actually find both Vilya and Imladris Stargazer.
- Use Imladris Stargazer to time the deck so that high cost cards are played with Vilya and low cost cards are drawn into your hand. This is especially important with A Test of Will which will waste a Vilya usage.
- Once you have the core engine running, use Heed the Dream to toolbox solutions to the particular quest you are playing if you need to. Firyal and Jubayr should be high priorities in most quests.
- Keep digging for Attachments with Master of the Forge, both to give you options and to increase the concentration of Allies in the deck for Vilya.
- Remember that resources from Elrond can be used to pay for Allies of any sphere, so Vilya is not your only option for bringing in high cost Allies, especially if Elrond has Steward of Gondor and is getting extra resources from Denethor.
- Remember that Elrond also boosts Warden of Healing's ability, so you can heal 2 characters for 2 damage each.
I would welcome any comments, feedback or suggestions.