I use a allstar/Roots
deck and Gretchen
is certainly better for both bluffing and attacking. (Although some might not be this way because I use a heavy amount of DR)
I use Gretchen
, Noodile, Rico
is banned this week. I usually don't use Randy
.)I am pretty dependent on Gretchen
, because I mid pill her (2-3 pillz) or high pill her (7-
depending the amount of DR I have and the amount of damage the opponent has. Obviously, I don't have a 5* to depend on so I can easily win any round with or without Gretchen
and Noodile are good walls, while Marina
is a hybrid that can do practically everything. Jessie
does get in the way of gretchen's heal, but barely.
Sometimes I play a deck like this:
, Noodile, Treeman
, Edd Cr
, Prince Jr
and sometimes Desmond
depending on how much allstars/Pussycats
are used that week.
This is a more straightfoward deck and utilizes Tuck
better than Gretchen
This shows that Tuck
is better than Gretchen
at times, while Gretchen
is better sometimes.
What you failed to acknowledge is that Gretchen
has great bluffing potential at 2-3 pills so you win if the opponent decides to let it through while letting the opponent have a huge pillz disadvantage if they choose to counter it.
I'm don't know much about because I do not own Yayoi
but I do have jackie so I'm going to say I love jackie so I thought Yayoi
might be just as good.