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So this deck isn't entirely optimized, but the basic idea is to get yourself a generic dale deck, except instead of relying on Redwater Sentry to handle your defense, you use a trio of infinite-defense Harbor Masters. Because Infinity is a lot of defense. (And also because they've got a sphere match for A Burning Brand so they're also shadowproof. But mostly it's just that "infinity is a lot of defense" thing.)
What's that? You just checked your Harbor Masters and they don't have infinite defense? Well of course they don't by themselves, silly, obviously you have to use Miruvor.
What's that? You can't attach Miruvor to your Harbor Masters because they're not heroes? Well of course you can't, the Miruvors aren't for the Harbor Masters, they're for Bard son of Brand.
What's that? Attaching a Miruvor to Bard son of Brand doesn't give your Harbor Master infinite defense? Well of course it doesn't, that would be silly. Obviously you need to use Brand son of Bain, too.
What's that? You've got Brand, Bard, and a Miruvor, and your Harbor Masters still don't have infinite defense? Well of course they aren't going to if you're only using one Miruvor at a time.
What's that? You... okay, look. You pay a resource to put a Miruvor on Bard, drawing a card with Brand. Then you blow it up, get your resource back, and put it on top of your deck. Then you put your second Miruvor on Bard, drawing back your first one. Then you blow it up, put it on top of your deck, and get your resource back. Then you play your first Miruvor again. Then you... hopefully you see where I'm going with this by now.
Every time you blow up a Miruvor and get your resource back, your Harbor Master gets +1 defense. You're free to repeat the loop an infinite number of times or, if you get bored, you're free to stop after some arbitrarily large number.
Galdor of the Havens helps us draw into our combo pieces early, he's a viable target for To the Sea, to the Sea! which helps you get your Harbor Masters out quickly, (and you can use it to dump your hand and draw six new cards), Arwen Undómiel is a great way to get Sentinel on one of our Harbor Masters, (or more using the Spare Hoods and Cloaks). And if we're already running the Noldor-light package, we might as well toss in Glorfindel, too and make things official.
Other than the minor Noldor flirtation, the rest of the deck is just standard Dale. You know, if standard Dale was guarded by unkillable elven bureaucrats.