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|God's Psychotic Prophet of Smiting||0||0||0||2.0|
Bernat · 94
Zoey is not a soldier, she's not a detective, she's not a cop. So in this case we are not taking Beat Cop or Scene of the crime, though I know they would be good in this build.
Let it be clear that first of all this is a thematic deck.
What we know is that she's bloodthirsty and she's here to take revenge and smite the wicked.
The idea here is to play the cursed The Hungering Blade as soon as possible. Just with 4 combat it will be hard to get the first offerings, but that's why we are running, Overpower, Take the Initiative, Daring and Physical Training, which will be also useful because this is a cheap deck. We are a working class chef after all. All of them in the theme of we being a righteous psycho killer who trains and does whatever is needed to Smite the Wicked.
Mr. "Rook" may be the less justifiable choice thematically, but it can actually make sense. We want to find the wicked, because we want to SMITE them. "Are you sure you wanna know?" Oh, we are sure we wanna know. We're gonna make them pay.
Rook will be really useful because it will help us find the copies of Bloodlust we need in order to get the Hungering blade up and going. Remember to have at least 2 offerings on the blade before using Rook, or you will get horror problems. If we don't have the blade yet, he's gonna help us find it along side Prepared for the Worst.
The best thing about this deck is that it works and shows that you dont need cops or expensive weapons to be a Guardian. When you get the blade at max Bloodlust, you are at +3 with the option of 3 damage. That's awesome for a 1 handed weapon, that's only 1xp and only 3 resources. There's nothing like it. YOu can even hit the boss for 3, and search for the same bloodlust you just shuffled before the second attack. Who wants big guns when you got infinite ammo with a 1 handed blade?
Remember that Rook helps you find a card AND bloodlust, because bloodlust is a weakness so you draw it in addition of any other useful card with Rook's ability.
If you need to be also getting some clues, swap the knifes for flashlights, and get also Scene of the crime (you can ditch take the initiative) and you are good to go.
(Not necessarily in this order)
··Vicious Blow (2) To hit harder
·Reliable To get the sword on +1 before Bloodlust
···Stick to the Plan where we can get On the Hunt, Prepared for the Worst (ditch the other copy) and ·Ever Vigilant to get a faster setup, if we are lucky with the first hand, we can play On the hunt in the first mythos phase, to start swinging the blade.