So, Naval Superiority. I've been drilling my brain these last few days trying to decide whether I should make room for it in my Greyjoy deck. It's clearly a nice plot, and in the current meta it has a pretty good chance of hitting a kingdom or edict plot. You can also set up for it, playing it when Marched to the Wall or Confiscation is expected.
However it can also miss. And when it does, it hurts. A lot. So is it worth running?
Initially, my thoughts were "Ok, it's a plot that rewards skill, and my ability to predict plots. I trust myself to do this, so I'll play it". However, in reality it turns out like "Ok, this smart player, who knows NS exists, might play a kingdom or edict plot this turn. Or maybe he will expect it, and play something else. Here goes the coinflip!"
In my games, it ended up being more of a crapshoot, which is the exact opposite of what I wanted to achieve. In the end, it seems that running a safer, more reliable plot is just better, if you are trusting your deck and your skill to carry you to the win (which is the better approach IMO).
Anyway, I'm interested in opinions. Do you guys run NS? In what decks? At which point in the game do you play it?