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Glasser & Associates - Beginner Core -----

Submitted by: aronpolemic
Submitted: Apr 16 2014 02:57 AM
Last updated: Apr 16 2014 03:17 AM
Category: Call of Cthulhu Decks
Deck Name: Glasser & Associates - Beginner Core
Deck Strategy: Core(x3) beginner deck using Hastur and Agency.
Deck Contents: Total Cards (53)

Story (0)

Character (30)
Ghost (Core) x3
Paul LeMond (Core) x2
Professor Hermann Mulder (Core) x2
Demon Lover (Core) x3
Peeler (Core) x3
Hired Muscle (Core) x3
Monster Hunter (Core) x3
Thing from the Stars (Core) x3
Victoria Glasser (Core) x3
Messenger from Beyond (Core) x3
Freelance Agent (Core) x2

Support (9)
Shotgun (Core) x3
Victoria's Loft (Core) x2
Sedated (Core) x3
Arkham Asylum (Core) x1

Event (14)
Blind Submission (Core) x3
Scotophobia (Core) x3
Short Fuse (Core) x3
Shotgun Blast (Core) x3
Political Demonstration (Core) x2

Conspiracy (0)

Core(x3) beginner deck using Hastur and Agency.
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Apr 16 2014 05:14 PM
Don't know what happened to the title, but it's supposed to be "Glasser & Associates."

This is really an updated Victoria's T-Men, but I took out the T- Men based on advice from this site. It now has Freelance Agent x2 and one more Victoria Glasser. T-Men was the only card costing more than 3, save for Thing from the Stars. Thing from the Stars has cost deductions based on different types of resources which is why a neutral card was added in place of The Agency's T-Men. I wanted to keep the card count low like the other decks this is expected to go against (Shub Mafia & Cthulhu U). Considering the name of the deck comes from Victoria I figured I'd include an extra unique for her and take out 1 of the 3 Freelance Agents. At 53 cards, this deck has the most cards compared to the others. Part of the reason for that is that once I got to 50 there were still more cards I wanted in there (really thought about Byakee Attack) but then realized that this was the only deck of the three that had no way to destroy support cards. Hence there being x2 Political Demonstrations. I also really thought about not including Arkham Asylum, but I just couldn't resist the possibility of Victoria's Loft working with it.

Don't know what happened to the title, but it's supposed to be "Glasser & Associates."

That's just the way an ampersand is encoded in html/xml - it's a display bug.