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General Grievous

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General Grievous


A cyborg trained in the jedi arts by Count Dooku, Grievous is a deadly foe wielding 4 lightsabers, and has many other mechanical tricks up his sleeve. For more on Grievous, go here.


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Comments (10)

Anonymous said

at 4:38 pm on Jul 2, 2008

Thoughts on Roman's deck: If Luminara and Bariss are 1A for expansion decks you should try, sliding right in at 1B is this 4 armed grievous. Our group loves the 4 arm dynamic. The deck plays right in the middle of the pack.
If you are looking for a deck to print out and play, you've found it!.

Anonymous said

at 4:41 pm on Jul 2, 2008

Thoughts on Sabrecreator's deck: This deck is too strong. I haven't played it enough to be sure (since after a few games we gave up on it), but I think this deck is stronger than Obi. Personally I don't want my decks close to Obi powerful, or down by Jango for that matter.

Anonymous said

at 11:51 am on Jul 5, 2008

Mine is on the strong side, but a strong Grievous is fun. Credit where it's due, it takes, in my opinion, the best elements from Scott's and Rob's deck and from Rich's deck.

Raistlin said

at 8:20 am on Feb 28, 2009

About Sabercreator's General Greivous and 2 Super Battle Droids deck: this one was the first Grievous deck I printed; I found it quite well balanced, maybe a bit on the strong side.

Note about my personal tweaks on customs: no tweaks.

Raistlin said

at 8:26 am on Feb 28, 2009

About Roman's Grievous, Jedi Hunter and 2 Magnaguards deck: this is the Grievous deck I like the most, probably for its original concept: the changing number of arms comboing with its power combat cards are a great idea and full of flavour. However the deck resulted a bit too strong for my metagame (at least in his original form), so I tweaked it down a bit.

Note about my personal tweaks on customs: Grievous has 15 HP; 'Unorthodox Attack' is A4; Battledroids replace Magnaguards (with relative minor deck swap).

Roman F said

at 9:01 pm on Mar 28, 2011

The Geektopia deck is my deck. Raistlin is correct in that it was a bit overpowered, it has been tweaked down.

Ken Kutcel said

at 9:26 pm on Jun 17, 2016

Romanfarraday's General Grevious is one of my favorite decks, it really feels like Grevious and is unique.

However, I am curious, are the tier rankings based on "one vs one" battles? Because in my group, which does a lot of big battles, Grevious has been played in about 10 games (which admittedly isn't super high), and has "Obiwan-iishly" beaten about 80% of enemy teams/players. Obviously, Grevious's high mobility and attack power are extremely powerful when he has others to hide behind. He does worse when he is the lone guy (again, very well fitting the character of Grevious).

Roman F said

at 7:49 am on Jun 20, 2016

Hi Ken. If you're referring to the Geektopia tiers, I would post your questions on geektopia.info but we rank everything by 2v2 play. That's all we play, I don't even know how Grievous would perform 1v1. I would expect he'd be a little stronger because the key to beating him is to weaken him by cutting off his arms. It's fairly easy to to do in 2v2 but probably much harder 1v1.

Darth Ayan said

at 5:00 pm on Sep 20, 2019

I uploaded a deck that I made of general grievous. I think I don't have the permission to have it listed here. Can someone with proper permissions link it here with the rest of the decks?

JAG18 said

at 6:14 pm on Sep 23, 2019

You should have the permission to add it; just click on the edit button at the top of the page. But, I went ahead and added it for you anyway.

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