Card draw simulator
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Embracing the Eye of Chaos
This is an asset deck that aims to get two resources, a card, and two clues with a single investigate action each round.
Spoilers ahead for the new seeker ally coming out with the investigator expansion.
Making sense of the world
Kōhaku's partner is someone he can confide in to make sense of things.
Like yin and yang, these two add a and to the chaos bag each turn.
Note: This is not currently available on ArkhamDB, so I'm using Priest of Two Faiths in the decklist.
Image courtesy of 5argon
What is the value of a single token?
- Getting a charge back for Eye of Chaos
- Becoming a +1 with Blasphemous Covenant ••
- Fey • returning to your hand
- Two resources from The Key of Solomon ••••
All of these things will happen even if you draw the
The circle of life
Here's what your board will look like once fully set up ( Fey is in hand):
Let's break it down step by step.
Gabriel adds a and draws you a card, then Kōhaku either adds a token, or gives you an extra action.
Those two will draw you a card and gain you 2 resources every turn for the rest of the game.
Always add a or get an extra action with Kōhaku by ordering your start of turn triggers.
Eventually, you won't need to draw any more cards or get more resources. At that point you'll stop using Gabriel and start healing with The Key of Solomon.
The Book of Living Myths can alternatively be used with Blasphemous Covenant to turn Fey into a +3 to any test that then returns to your hand. It can give you a chance at passing an test if you don't have Promise of Power.
Scroll of Secrets draws you 3 cards over the next couple of turns for 1 action and 1 resource. The deck really wants to find its Book of Living Myths and The Key of Solomon, and it can't run Research Librarian or Preposterous Sketches. This is the next best thing has for card draw. Obviously, if you already have both key tomes in play, you'll instead commit the scroll to an test. Occult Reliquary might be a consideration down the line.
Backpack should also help you find those key tomes.
The reason why there's no generation is to consistently trigger The Key of Solomon for 2 resources and keep the chaos bag relatively clear of blurse tokens, so your goon doesn't get hit by Weeping Yurei if he shows up at the wrong moment.
That's why you want to use Tempt Fate at the start of the investigation phase, before your turn, so you immediately get an extra action out of it.