Oh, America, what have you done.
I recently saw mentioned a single-unit-type decks variant of Omen. I don't think it's officially sanctioned by the publisher since I can't find mention of it in the rules, but it's fun to think about.
So how would these three decks play out? Obviously none of them are going to end games by flipping Feats, so War is king.
Beasts have a big strength edge and some excellent disruption, but they ain't cheap and they all go away after every battle. Last place, methinks.
Oracles would be simply flooded with coins and cards, but with every unit having a strength of 1, can they get enough Reward cards to win? I guess it's possible since they'd be able to trigger a city or two practically every turn.
My guess is Soldiers would dominate. The base game Soldiers have plenty of Beast and Oracle hate as well as cards that repeat those effects. And Grand Commander shenanigans would get quickly out of hand.
Am I missing anything that would even things out? Has anyone tried this? I haven't played with the expansion cards yet; how would those shake things up?
For sure Soldiers would take it; even with expansion cards included. They are the backbone unit of the game. There are more Soldiers cards than any other, so they have the edge in versatility (abilities) as well as numbers.
Also, a small thing, but could mean a huge difference (and has) for those who utilize it well: Soldiers break ties for war-torn cities.
And for what it's worth, I'd say Beasts would come second because Oracles can't fight for s***.