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I made this deck for a 4 player campaign using 2 Cores, the full Dunwich campaign, and the deluxe expansion of Path to Carcosa. Our group had Zoey, Skids, and a Daisy. My buddy decided to take on the daunting challenge of making a Lola deck for clue gathering. After an evening of trying to comb through 5 classes of cards (all the scraps that were left over after we did our deckbuilding, because he is a selfless friend), he finished his deck but felt it wasn't optimal. This is my attempt at utilizing Lola's strength of class flexibility to make a deck specifically for investigating. Below are the other decks for our campaign featuring Zoey, Skids, and Daisy.
"Frailty" in a Nutshell - Zoey - https://arkhamdb.com/decklist/view/9777/frailty-in-a-nutshell-zoey-1.0
Cloak and Dagger Skids - https://arkhamdb.com/decklist/view/9775/cloak-and-dagger-skids-1.0
Support and Clue Daisy - https://arkhamdb.com/decklist/view/9836/support-and-clue-daisy-1.0
Building the Engine
The overall goal for this deck is to build up a clue gathering engine throughout each mission utilizing cards from Mystic, Survivor, and Seeker. With a strait stat line of 3's, Lola has some weaknesses to cover if she wants to be a viable member of any group. That is where cards with permanent stat bonuses come in like Alyssa Graham, Holy Rosary, and Dark Horse. Add in Magnifying Glass plus either Flashlight or Lantern, and Lola's engine is fully functional. That totals to 6 Intellect for investigating and either -1 or -2 shroud.
Until the Engine is Assembled. . .
Though there are some critical cards that are necessary to get Lola's engine running, the deck is built with intentional card draw through No Stone Unturned and Preposterous Sketches to find those oh-so-critical cards which turn her into a clue gathering machine! (pun intended. . . engine. . .machine. . . get it?)
Until Lola gets her engine up and running, there are cards that automatically draw clues, such as Drawn to the Flame, Working a Hunch, and Art Student. Plus, when investigating with a high risk of failure, cards like "Look what I found!" and Lucky! mitigate the chance of wasting an action.
Optional Card Replacements: