Next up we have my Fyreslayer warband. As a warband that gets inspired from holding objectives, I decided to double down on that, and make these guys specialise in taking and holding certain objectives. I aim for 1, 2 and 3. This can mean that a poor objective drop can stymy you a little, although a I have a couple of tricks in there to try to mitigate that factor.
So first up, I have heavily invested in 1, 2 and 3. Those objective cards, the card for 1-3, the card for 1+2, the keys for 1-3... it's all about those objectives for this warband, but when played correctly that heavy investment can reap great rewards.
To complement this, I can earn glory points for being inspired (which I can easily attain by holding objectives) or for holding objectives and also a couple for the occasional burst of speed in charges. It give s a little flexibility if I still need to cross the board to reach some objectives.
As for the rest of the upgrades (aside from 3 keys) I have put a couple of ranged attacks in there (handy if I'm planning to plant myself on an objective and stay there) as well as a couple of upgrades that make the warbands leader harder to kill.
I've added some movement upgrades to get these boys moving, as well as a bunch of ploys that gather extra movement in the pursuit of objectives.
I also have the usual healing potion, but dwarves get their own version too, so this deck has two. And finally I have a few extra cards that can move an objective or a fighter to try to grab that elusive objective.
The best game I've seen these guys play was ironically in a 3 way game where someone else borrowed the deck and played it to perfection. I think he scored like 12 points in that final round score, it was unreal. But hell it was his first game, hopefully success will make him come back, where next time the third opponent will know what the deck does... I felt it would be unfair to warn the other experienced player how i'd built the deck so I didn't actively prevent his plays, because I didn't want to give the game away, I merely tried (unsuccessfully) to outscore it.