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Prophecy 15
Guard 12
Slay 4
Last Gasp 3
Drain 3
Breakthrough 3
Ward 2
Lethal 1
Charge 0
Treasure Hunt 0
Assemble 0
Regenerate 0
Pilfer 0


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Aggro Spellsword Post Brotherhood Expert A.I Farm

By: Roger Babin
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Posted: 9 months ago
Updated: 9 months ago
Outdated (DarkBrotherhood patch)
Crafting Cost: 9800crystal
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This is designed to feature 3 expert A.I farming decks that I've built for post dark brotherhood farming. The goal here is to build the most reliable and fastest Expert A.I. decks with the assumption that you can ALL cards at your disposal. Some of these decks are budget friendly but that's not an actual concern here.

The 3 decks being showcased are as follows:

1) Aggro Spellsword Post Brotherhood Expert A.I Farm
This deck is the most reliable deck of the batch. Plenty of healing and excellent stated minions combined with a fair number of prophecy cards to help against explosive A.I starts. This deck frequently needs to fight for control of the board at first so it sacrifices speed for reliable wins. Barring a terrible mulligan, its very rare you'll lose against the A.I with this.

2) Orc Post Dark Brotherhood Expert A.I. Farm
This deck sacrifices a bit of win consistency at the expense of adding speed. Of the 3 decks listed this is the quickest one due to its significant amount of minion buffs, breakthrough and charge.

As with all of these decks I built them to be reliable so when I say this sacrifices win consistency we're really only talking about ~75% win rates versus the spellswords ~90% win rate against he A.I.

3) Prophecy Assassin Post Brotherhood Expert A.I Farm
This deck is unquestionably the weakest of the ones being posted. I've listed it here because people who farm A.I. like I do for soul gems probably enjoy variety. This deck has the general win consistency of the Orc Deck but it often plays out slower. This deck runs a lot of poorly stated minions and so its success often relies on your taking hits to draw more cards and play them for free.

This deck can win quick based on the initial runes you lose but more than likely it will go into turns 7+ as you lose board control but burn out the A.I with your many direct damage finishers.

Tip: Crushing Blow, Ransack and Lightning Bolt should be saved for face unless you can achieve more immediate value with minions on the board by using them as removal. It's okay to lose control of a lane or eventually both lanes with this deck.

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Titex 8 months ago
Can confirm that the Spellsword deck is a safe bet for consistent wins. I even lack 1x Haunting Spirit, 1x Cloudrest Illusionist, 1x Edict of Azura and 2x Loyal Housecarl.

Replaced those with 3x Crushing Blow and 2x Falkreath Defiler.

The Orc deck feels like a lottery imo, not tested the Assassin.
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Thank you. Orc can fall behind at times but I'm still very happy with the consistency of that one.

I agree with crushing blow as a general replacement card, excellent all around choice and easy substitution for any of these decks really.

Admittedly the two days after posting this deck I played assassin and found myself losing with it too often. Usually to a lightning bolt with the opponent down to sub 4 life, lol. So I'm instantly soured on my decision to include it with the other two.
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