[Deck] Chapel Hard By


Deck Name:   Chapel Hard By
Created By:  ICL
Description:  There is a required local name for this deck, but I’m not one to stir controversy.  This deck could have had a variety of cool names.  It’s really all a matter of the key cards.  Take away the Creation Rites, Obfuscate, and Computer Hackings and what do you have?  Death to unbelievers.  Once upon a time, once when you rhyme, there were those who lacked faith.  True, truth is not an issue.  Fleeing, though, accomplishes nothing.  Health comes from drinking.

Crypt: (12 cards, Min: 16, Max: 30, Avg: 6.16)
2  Greensleeves                       for pot ANI OBF7  Nosferatu Antitribu
2  Lukas                              pre ser ANI OBF POT8  Nosferatu Antitribu
2  Marie Faucigny                     dem tha AUS OBF7  Malkavian Antitribu
2  Stavros                            dem AUS OBF PRE7  Malkavian Antitribu
2  Tupdog                             POT VIS        1  Gargoyle
2  Xendil Charmer                     obf CEL PRO SER7  Gangrel Antitribu

Library: (70 cards)
Master (26 cards)
1  Black Forest Base
1  Communal Haven: Temple
1  Festivo dello Estinto
2  Hungry Coyote, The
12 Obfuscate
1  Powerbase: Madrid
2  Specialization
6  Tribute to the Master

Action (19 cards)
1  Abbot
1  Blood Feast
6  Computer Hacking
1  Consecration Rites
10 Creation Rites

Action Modifier (17 cards)
8  Cloak the Gathering
3  Faceless Night
2  Leverage
4  Veil the Legions

Political Action (2 cards)
1  Blood Siege
1  Cardinal Benediction

Reaction (2 cards)
1  Confusion of the Eye
1  Delaying Tactics

Equipment (1 cards)
1  Chalice of Kinship

Combo (3 cards)
3  Swallowed by the Night

Black Forest Base was the canal.  In some other way, this deck could have been different.  Like, if it got changed, it would just not be the same, man.  So, yeah.  The key is rush.  Rush opens doors, after it gets turned.  When you play with other people, bad things happen.  Alone, in the dark, that’s when the sighs are the loudest.  Laugh?  Better noir than red.


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