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Subject: Neutral cards only deck? rss

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Peter
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I was just wondering, is it legal to play with a deck composed of entirely neutral cards? I haven't seen anywhere that this wasn't legal.

Assuming that this is legal, would it be feasible to make a such a deck that would actually have a chance of winning against a normal faction?

Just a thought!

-Peter
 
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Chick Lewis
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Perfectly legal, as you suppose.

Back in the 'black bordered' days an all-neutral deck I put together did "ok" against other 'fun to play' one or two faction decks, but was never close to a tournament-winning deck.

Haven't tried it in the LCG era.
 
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I'm still curious to see if someone can actually put together a halfway decent Zoog deck.
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Brian Peters
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The problem is that most neutral cards seem to be more expensive than comparable factioned cards. I figured this was to offset the advantage that it's easier to pay for neutral cards since you don't need to worry about resource matching. But if your entire deck is, well you're just paying a lot for everything.
 
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