|Questlogs using this decklist|
|Fellowships using this decklist|
|None. Self-made deck here.|
|Card draw simulator|
Odds: 0% – 0% – 0% more
Some Sort 1622
Mono-tactics questing deck. Get hype!
The newly-released Éowyn really shifts the boundaries of Tactics in terms of what it's capable of. Paired with Théoden, you're questing for 8 out of the box. Add in Bofur and Grimbold, pretty much the only decent questing allies in the sphere, and you've got 12 Willpower a round. Solid!
What are you giving up for that willpower? Not much; splash in a bit of Spirit and Rohan comes complete with a huge dose of action advantage in the form of Snowmane and Unexpected Courage. Theoden-king can also grab his sword along with his brand new shield to attack for six and defend for five. (Or give Theoden a Spear and pass the shield to Eowyn, instead; she'll still defend for five.)
For the third hero, you know I'm not going to be able to build a Tactics Rohan deck without including Háma; I'm hardly able to build a Silvan or Noldor deck without including Háma.
But the Doorward of the Meduseld makes a Rohan deck even Rohannier. He's not just a bot for recycling Feint and Foe-hammer, he also lets you get semi-regular use out of Forth Eorlingas!, (provided you can keep some enemies in staging).
Tactics is normally desperately hurting for draw, with only Legolas and the aforementioned Foe-hammer at its disposal. But with Háma and Song of Travel already in play, we can add the best Háma toy in the toolkit. No, not Feint. Elven-light! Not only does an Elven-light give you an infinite supply of discards to fuel your event recycling, but it also lets you draw a card with each attack.
It feels weird to be building a deck without any tricky jank, but I feel Tactics finally came into its own as a mono-viable sphere, and I think it's time to give it its due.