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Deck "Agressive Politics"
63 Cards
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Politicians+Officers=Awesome! Apollo, Political Liason is a huge part of this deck, allowing you to get more politicians along with officers! This deck allows you to both gain influence and lower your opponent's influence.

 
Card list Group cards by  
Section: Deck (62 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
4 x Apollo, Political Liaison BSG BSG-100 Personnel Common
2 x Billy Keikeya, Presidential Aide BSG BSG-101 Personnel Uncommon
2 x Cloud 9, Cruise Ship BSG BSG-145 Ship Common
2 x Condition Two BSG BSG-016 Event Common
2 x Crashdown, Expert ECO BSG BSG-110 Personnel Uncommon
2 x Downed Pilot BSG BSG-024 Event Common
2 x Dr. Baltar, Gaius BSG BSG-06 Personnel LE
3 x Dr. Baltar, Science Advisor BSG BSG-118 Personnel Common
3 x Dr. Baltar, Vice President BSG BSG-119 Personnel Rare
3 x Hand of God BSG BSG-073 Mission Common
2 x Helo, Flight Officer BSG BSG-122 Personnel Uncommon
3 x Interim Quorum of Twelve BSG BSG-076 Mission Rare
3 x Number Six, Secret Companion BSG BSG-132 Personnel Uncommon
2 x Outmaneuvered BSG BSG-036 Event Common
2 x Presidential Candidate BSG BSG-039 Event Fixed
3 x Raptor 227 BSG BSG-164 Ship Common
3 x Raptor 478 BSG BSG-166 Ship Rare
2 x Shuttle Diplomacy BSG BSG-092 Mission Common
2 x Space Park BSG BSG-173 Ship Rare
3 x Test of Faith BSG BSG-049 Event Common
2 x Tom Zarek, Sagitarron Representative BSG BSG-140 Personnel Common
3 x Trying Times BSG BSG-095 Mission Uncommon
2 x William Adama, Patriotic Soldier BSG BSG-142 Personnel Fixed
2 x William Adama, The Old Man BSG BSG-143 Personnel Common
3 x Working Together BSG BSG-097 Mission Uncommon
 
Section: Base (1 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Battlestar Galactica BSG BSG-002 Base Uncommon
 
Deck Statistics
Distribution by Card Type
Base bar 2 %  
Event bar 11  17 %  
Mission bar 14  22 %  
Personnel bar 27  43 %  
Ship bar 10  16 %  
 

Distribution by Cost
- bar 15  24 %  
1[Per] bar 6 %  
2[Per] bar 11 %  
2[Sec] bar 8 %  
3[Per] bar 11  17 %  
3[Sec] bar 6 %  
4[Per] bar 8 %  
4[Sec] bar 10  16 %  
5[Sec] bar 3 %  
 

Distribution by Mystic Value / Cylon Threat
- bar 2 %  
0/3 bar 5 %  
1/2 bar 10 %  
1/3 bar 3 %  
2/1 bar 14 %  
2/2 bar 18  29 %  
3/1 bar 6 %  
3/2 bar 3 %  
4/0 bar 8 %  
4/1 bar 10  16 %  
4/2 bar 5 %  
 

Distribution by Power
- bar 25  40 %  
- bar 5 %  
1 bar 14 %  
2 bar 19  30 %  
3 bar 10 %  
7 bar 2 %  
 

Distribution by Rarity
Common bar 30  48 %  
Fixed bar 6 %  
LE bar 3 %  
Rare bar 11  17 %  
Uncommon bar 16  25 %  
 

Distribution by Resource
- bar 25  40 %  
[Per] bar 18  29 %  
[Sec] bar 20  32 %  
 

Distribution by Traits
- bar 11  17 %  
Civilian bar 8 %  
Crisis, Military bar 3 %  
Cylon bar 5 %  
Officer bar 13 %  
Officer, Politician bar 6 %  
Political bar 13  21 %  
Politician bar 11 %  
Scout bar 10 %  
Transport bar 6 %  
 



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dare
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Subject: Watch out for Martial Law!   Posted: September 3, 2006 06:31 pm

If you have Apollo, Political Liaison in play and an opponent plays the Security event Martial Law ("Politicians can't defend this phase"), then all personnel who have the trait Officer will be defenseless as well as your Politicians. 4x Executive Privilege could help protect you against this, but it won't stop an opponent from Manipulating against you.

I have considered using Apollo, Political Liaison with an Officer-heavy pure-Security deck to try a run-to-20 approach using Politician missions, but his high cost, low mystic value, and weakness to Martial Law ultimately led to his being put in my stack of "do-not-use" cards.
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Subject:    Posted: September 3, 2006 08:26 pm

Hmmmm.....good point. However, I still like to be able to treat my personell as bothe officers and politicians for missions and events. Since your opponent MIGHT NOT NESSICARILY have cards to take advantage of the fact that you have both officers and politicians, but the deck definately lets you benefit from both, I would say the good does outweigh the bad.
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Subject:    Posted: September 3, 2006 11:08 pm

That's true, you can't be prepared for everything. And I haven't seen Martial Law used in the few games I've been in/watched. Just wanted to point out that could be like Kryptonite for this deck. Maybe you could cover yourself partially just by knowing that - for example, be as aggressive as possible in playing Personnel-disruption cards when your opponent is using Security resources.
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Subject: Switcheroo   Posted: September 27, 2006 03:07 pm

Test of faith, outmaneuvered, & Presidential candidate are all not worth it.

Power of Prayer is way better then Presidential candidate and outmaneuvered.
And like Dare said Run 3 or 4 Executive Privilege instead of Test of faith. Trust me it will save you a lot more then 1 heal! Plus it allows you to attack all out, have them take damage and then you site back and do nothing.

Your running 8 Dr. Baltars...I think I understand why but that’s a big problem with uniqueness rules.

I donno about running a 5 coast unit in a dual resource deck. Maybe find a replacement for the William Adam.

Also you should shave 2 cards off the Persuasion side because you NEVER want to be over 60 cards. Ever card you go over 60 is one more card away from the cards you really need.

Sorth
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