Sorry, for double post, I multi-quoted all of these and then after writing all this, it somehow got erased....
Force Stasis has always been amazing, and I can see the Defense Fleet being super threatening. LS must absolutely win edge or they are likely losing one of their main units.
Any comments on There Is No Escape? Can it actually be played to good effect regularly or is it often just edge fodder due to the cost and timing restriction? Always found it to be the most intriguing card in the set, but in core days Sith usually was in a pretty good position and there was no point for the reset. How about now?
Admittedly, i rarely have used it. However, mid to late game when you have lots of resources, specifically, force resources, its easier as you can still deploy stuff and win the force struggle to get extra resources for their. But, it has 2 force bubs anyways though, so its a good edge card either way, and the rest of the set is very good imo.
What sort of Scum did you bring, Boba? Admittedly I haven't made any events this year, but locally Scum have done just as well as Sith for me and I was wondering how that translated into more competitive environments.
I do have to say that my Sith wins often feel easier, since their removal and denial options are so strong against the Jedi build-a-board strategies.
I believe it was something like 2x Xizor, 2x jabba, 2x lucrative, 1x bossk, 1x boussh, 1x salacious, and 1x zuckuss, but i had tried out many different variations of this deck. I honestly don't think they are that competitive. It seems like they are getting better sets lately, but then we get sets like ferrier and dannik and i'm not so sure anymore..... they have a lot of moving parts and if you don't get those parts in a specific order, or you don't get the right capture bonuses going, they fall flat on their face. Granted, when all these parts come together, they can completely crush decks, but that inconsistency hurts them too bad imo.
If i had to rank the factions from best to worst, my list would go: