The Green Manalishi
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It was released as a single in the UK in May and reached No. The song was written during Green's final months with the band, at a time when he was struggling with LSD and had withdrawn from other members of the band.
While there are several theories about the meaning of the title "Green Manalishi", Green always maintained that the song is about money, as represented by the devil.
Green has explained that he wrote the song after experiencing a drug-induced dream in which he was visited by a green dog which barked at him.
He understood that the dog represented money. It was a stray and I was looking after it. But I was dead and had to fight to get back into my body, which I eventually did.
When I woke up, the room was really black and I found myself writing the song. Supposedly, he was unable to record Robert Johnson 's " Hellhound on My Trail " following the incident, having conflated Johnson's hellhound with the green dog-demon of his dream.
Producer Martin Birch recalled that Green was initially frustrated that he could not get the sound he wanted, but Danny Kirwan reassured him that they would stay in the studio all night until the band got it right.
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Notify me of new comments via email. Cancel Report. Create a new account. Log In. I don't want to manipulate the scoring in my favour and potentially deny someone else a cut that by the rules of the game they would ordinarily have made, and I want the record to show I wasn't beaten in the time given.
I don't say this to be noble or whatever, and I fully accept many would view this as a stupid move, more concerned with being self-congratulatory than successful.
It is however the move I made, and I do not regret that I made it. At the end I finished 34th; had I gained the additional point of strength of schedule from conceding the final game, I would've finished 31st.
Nonetheless I stand by my choice. So, why do I go in to so much depth about a deck that didn't even make the cut?
In short, because this deck is not only good something I hope people would agree with based off the result, even if it wasn't the champion or whatever , but it was fun.
This is still important to me, in a game where some of the best decks seem to eschew fun in the name of winning half the time.
The following is a quote from the champion of this year's Stahleck, Florian Maas and taken from a private chat without his permission, because I'm a sick guy :.
I have to admit though, meeting everyone and having a good time was much more enjoyable than the tournament itself.
I had 3 or 4 games in the swiss that were strategic and fun, but everything after that was a drag. In fact, I'd say I gained much more from my interaction with the people at Stahleck this year than from playing the game, which is strange to say the least considering that I won.
Meanwhile, I can honestly say every game I had was fun. Arguably my least fun game in terms of it being a competition was the fourth round versus Philo - not Philo's fault, we had an enjoyable chat throughout, but it was never really a contest - and even there, Philo told me it was the most fun game he had all day.
If you are feeling disillusioned with Thrones for whatever reason and want to play something that is a unusual, b strong, and c still fun and thoughtful to play both with and against, I strongly urge you to try this out.
Further credit goes to Josh Chambers, Patrick Haynes, Dan Kaye and my Conspirators for being sounding boards and sources of inspiration throughout.
One thing I forgot to mention amazingly despite using all of the words ever invented I still missed something of value was plus and minus match-ups.
Despite where my two losses came from, Bara is a plus match-up because I can stand with Randyll, often push Power past The Red Keep, often get intrigue through by 5 unless they have Selyse, and trigger Varys to ruin them.
Greyjoy is a slight minus match-up. The agenda does more work, but the Arbor being removed is a major worry.
Thankfully Greyjoy aren't a huge metaforce right now. Lanni is a slight plus match-up. They hate Highgarden and Varys, and opening Unexpected Delay can be wonderful against them.
Martell is a minus match-up, probably the worst. Little Birds help, but ultimately icon removal is seriously rough going.
Night's Watch is a plus match-up because I have lots of tasty renown and the ability to win challenges by surprise with Growing Strongs.
Tyrell is a neutral match-up, some variations slight positives beats Crossing some slight negatives can struggle to slow down Summer.
As I already told there Wamma, I love the Deck. Being one of the persons who miss the cut by only a few places always sucks, I had that more than once too in the past, but on the other hand there will always be someone in 33rd place.
When looking at the decks that were played at Stahleck I am definately fortified in my believe that this game is not in the worst place.
Your deck or the Night Gathers NW-Deck are proof that sometimes thinking outside of the box is rewarded and people should maybe not just mindlessly copy what is considered the strongest in the meta.
I would have loved to play against you since it is always a fun experience to NOT know exactly what is coming out of the opponents deck. Fantastic deck, this is how i envisioned the rains deck only with diferent main plot deck choices.
I've been telling people that the crown is way better than heartsbane for a while in fbook and discord, good to know there are more people that know that.
I would change the wardens for patrol though, it's way better. Hope Luiz sent my encouragement to you in the tourney ;.
Crown is much better on Renly or Randyll. I love Heartsbane on Butterbumps or Arbor Knight in early game.
I might have to try Varys on my deck as well. I'm not running Little Bird s but I have The Queen of Thorns and House Florent Knight x2.
Helps me win intrigue and give more board control in addition of Early Frost. But I have to say I'm intrigued to try Varys and Unexpected Delay.
Then again, I can just wait for the Valar Morghulis to come out. Otherwise no big differences. I have Time of Plenty instead of Trading with the Pentoshi but if I was running Varys it could be other way around.
And I like the guaranteed money from A Noble Cause instead Calling the Banners. Right now I'm running also Calm Over Westeros over Close Call but will change it after Valar Morghulis hits.
I decided to keep The Mander to feed the Crown of Golden Roses but I'm not running Pleasure Barge s. What I can't get myself decided on is the event package.
I'm running Support of the People and not giving up on it. To get the Highgarden or The Mander is too important and I'm also running Olenna's Cunning x2.
I would like to keep power grabbing events to close the thight games but it's hard to find room for them. I've added Put to the Torch to get rid of Chamber of the Painted Table or any other annoying location.
I enjoyed your explanations a lot. My original intention on Tyrell was to play The Rains of Castamare, but i give up rapidly the idea because i considered it was forcing you to enter Little Bird Which, in fact, should be Appointed because Cressen cannot discard them , Courtesan of the Rose and Growing Strong.
The first take slots of better card, the second is mediocre in my sense, and the third is good but not exceptionnal. You underly the importance of Varys' stealth, in my view.
Of course, explaining how he sticks everything around in THIS deck is the main point, but few Rains of Castamere decklists have been currently released with convincing arguments, and focusing on explaining how much having stealth character is of importance has to be underlined.
This is one thing that I miss so much - time to do so much testing to even try to close to such deck. Sometimes netdecking is the only option to be competitive and let be true most of us prefers winning than losing ;.
Thanks for the full explanation of the strategies and the great focus on every single detail. Lovely, strong and flavoured. I'm on your side!
I'm starting liking the green in this game. Thank you very much for the deep explanation of the building process! I wanted to respond to a few comments, but first I need to apologise to jeermaster i.
Quoting him from a private chat without permission seemed amusing to my sleep-addled brain when I was at the end of the deck write-up, but is somewhat indefensible in the cold light of day.
It has also shorn the quote of context - looking back, Florian wasn't saying that the deck was boring, but rather stating his dissatisfaction with the event being played on one day as he found the games in the cut became more about error-minimisation.
So my apologies both for taking the quote without permission and for changing its meaning. Johannes I can see the argument over Heartsbane Vs Crown.
I absolutely wish the Crown didn't have the trait restriction, although if it didn't it would be ultra-powerful so maybe it's for the best?
Olenna and the HFK are both strong picks that go well together, and seem like a fine alternate version of the deck to pursue.
Without Varys, there's less of a need to topdeck certain cards in the marshalling phase over others? The events are somewhat informed by the other choices.
When running Mander, Support makes more sense; when running Olenna, Cunning makes more sense; with more of a focus on construction and getting to 15 power before an opponent, the kill events make less sense.
Choice informs choice informs choice. Benji Varys's stealth is somewhat important. It really depends on the match-up - sometimes you don't need to trigger the agenda at all, sometimes you can trigger it 5 times without the stealth, and occasionally it's tremendous for getting that one trigger through at a key moment in the game.
So it's sometimes-awesome, sometimes-irrelevant. TrueSokles I guess in my head the word "almost" creates enough wiggle room for me here ;. I'm of the opinion that you don't HAVE to have 3x Milk, but that if you don't you should know why not.
Its position, at least pre-Valar, as the premier ultra-efficient card just cannot be understated. The thing is, in my opinion, Milk is overrated.
It's good, versatile card but sometimes takes place when shouldn't. For long time I started my decks with 3 Milks but Fracas Martells and Stahleck Lanni proved me it's not that simple ;.
This is the best deck name of any deck ever built!!!!! Yup, I've changed Summons for Valar may end up dropping Song for either Building Orders or Calm to make for a more stable opener ; dropped the Milks less potent in a Valar meta to go up to 3x Bodyguards going down to 60 cards in the process , and dropped a Put for Caswell's Keep.
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