These guys love the dead… Frequently
Once you’re deemed adequately trained, after about 10 minutes or so of throwing cards around, you’re asked to basically pick a side and starting deck. There are six factions, each with their own capital, aesthetic, and unique mechanic. Fortunately, you’re not bound to the faction you pick in the beginning as you unlock a free second starter deck at level 5, and can pay to unlock the other regions either with currency earned in game, or real money. While I did like the hit and run tactics of the elven faction, unfortunately they are dirty, patchouli-scented hippies after all, so they were right out. That left me with two options really, the Corruption (shown above) if I wanted to be the worst person ever, reducing my opponents to a quivering mass of tears by making them throw away all their cards, or these guys:
Don’t judge me. The Dominion are actually really fun to play, you either get good draw and end the game with a quick victory, or you don’t. Turns out the Corruption can make Dominion really unhappy, so I did a lot of losing to necromancers; probably karma, but I liked the colour scheme OK.