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Tempo Haven is a deck that is similar to that of Storm Haven except this deck doesn't run out of steam as quickly as Storm Haven can. The deck is very balanced for early, mid, and late-game play so if you are looking for that, this is the deck for you!
While a major staple in Storm Haven decks, this card is just as powerful in this deck! It is usually used in combination with March Hare's Teatime when it is played on turn 5. On top of the fact that Garuda does 3 damage directly to your opponents face, it also reduces your amulet count by 3. With this, it will basically pop any amulet after its played.
As long as you are playing a lot of neutrals, this card can gain you some serious tempo! Not only is it a 5/5 on its own, but you can also use it to pop an amulet in your hand! This can help create board states that your opponent cannot deal with!
Eagle Man is quite a frustrating card to deal with. His cost is reduced by 1 for each neutral you played throughout the game. So primarily he can help protect your massive boards you are creating with your followers. He has very good stats and excellent value!
|Globe of the StarwaysAmulet - Starforged Legends||1||x 3|
|Beastcall AriaAmulet - Darkness Evolved||2||x 3|
|March Hare's TeatimeAmulet - Wonderland Dreams||5||x 3|
|Lyrial, Celestial ArcherFollower - Rise of Bahamut||2||x 3|
|Unicorn Dancer UnicaFollower - Darkness Evolved||2||x 3|
|Angel of the WordFollower - Rise of Bahamut||3||x 3|
|Winged Sentinel GarudaFollower - Darkness Evolved||6||x 3|
|Lion of the Golden CityFollower - Wonderland Dreams||9||x 3|
- Sacred Plea / Globle of the starways
- Any 1 PP Followers
- Any 2 PP Followers
- Beastcall Aria
- Eagle man (if you do not have lion of the golden city)
- Lion of the Golden City (Only if you have at least 1 neutral card in your hand, otherwise, mulligan)
- As your followers come from amulets, you can focus more on trading with your actual followers and focus on doing your big damage with your amulet followers instead.
- This is a neutral deck, so the general idea is the same as the others. Play on curve.
- If you have Lion of the Golden City in hand and you have Beastcall Aria or some other amulet in hand, you don't need to play it because Lion will pop it as early as turn 4-5.
- Unlike most Haven decks, your priority is to flood, flood, flood!
- By this time, if you played early game amulets, they should be popping to set up a very powerful board. If you are going first, use cards such as Birdkeeping Disciple to keep your opponent pressured on turn 4. This will be valuable for helping you maintain tempo.
- Use March Hare's Teatime to set up a Tin Soldier to create an even larger board. March Hare's Teatime is quite possibly the best card in this deck because it can lead into an incredibly powerful turn 6 play with Winged Sentinel Garuda.
- Try to get your Lion of the Golden City out as quickly as possible. If you have an amulet it can pop, it becomes that much better. This can be incredibly difficult for people to get around as you are producing some pretty big bodies!
- Use your amulets to help you navigate around your opponents mass removal. This is much of the same for the mid-game. Just keep jamming threats and eventually, you will win through a simple war of attrition.