Tuesday Night Takeover

Squizzy and Floof Baubles Ultimate Pit Fight

”You sit on a throne of lies!”

Art: Squizzy & Floof by Carlos Cruchaga


It isn’t the season of giving just yet, but it sure is in Flesh and Blood. Squizzy and Floof are a very fun pair, that are both fun and interesting. Giving your opponents a Cracked Bauble in exchange for a Gold token is a great exchange for both of us. Since this is a UPF deck there is an assumption that the whole table will be casting and doing damage and so we can rely on cards like Firebreathing (Red) to do some cleanup damage and close out a game. The gameplan for this deck is pretty simple and mostly focuses on building up golds and silvers to get a ton of value out of cards like Knick Knack Bric-A-Brac (Red) and Life of the Party (Red) to help us help our opponents kill each other. Squizzy and Floof are not the most powerful UPF deck, but they are a fun deck that can absolutely pull off some strong wins and dominate a table. I have been having so much fun with this deck, and it’s very much on-theme and very Christmas-esque.

The Deck:

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Hero / Weapon / Equipment
Squizzy & Floof
Talishar, The Lost Prince
Crown of Dominion
Fyendal's Spring Tunic
Silver Palms
Seeker's Leggings
The Deck:
Pitch 1:
2x Barraging Brawnhide (Red)
2x Firebreathing (Red)
2x Knick Knack Bric-A-Brac (Red)
2x Life of the Party (Red)
2x Pick a Card, Any Card (Red)
2x Promise of Plenty (Red)
2x Stony Woottonhog (Red)
1x Imperial Ledger (Red)
Pitch 2:
2x Cash In (Yel)
2x Pick a Card, Any Card (Yel)
2x Promise of Plenty (Yel)
2x Shitty Xmas Present (Yel)
2x Tome of Fyendal (Yel)
Pitch 3:
2x Crazy Brew (Blu)
2x Energy Potion (Blu)
2x Pick a Card, Any Card (Blu)
2x Potion of Strength (Blu)
2x Promise of Plenty (Blu)
2x Snag (Blu)
2x Timesnap Potion (Blu)
1x Warmonger's Diplomacy (Blu)
Nullrune Boots
Nullrune Hood
Arcane Lantern
Pitch 1:
2x Oasis Respite (Red)
2x Sink Below (Red)

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Deck Stats:

Attack Cards:

Firebreathing (Red) is arguably one of the best attacks in the deck and a card that we are able to finish off opponents with easily. Promise of Plenty (Red) is another card that is very strong within the deck, we are running this one in all three-colors and forcing opponents top-deck into their arsenal can really shut down a lot of strategies and depending on what they hit can make their arsenal pretty much useless. Barraging Brawnhide (Red) and Stony Woottonhog (Red) are both huge attacks with similar effects, forcing our opponents to take more damage or block with their equipment is a great trade-off and can really hurt decks that need their equipment or would prefer not to block with them. Crazy Brew (Blu) is mostly here for Life of the Party (Red) but is independently good if we are just a little lucky. We are also able to search for it with Knick Knack Bric-A-Brac (Red).

Non-Attack Cards:

Imperial Ledger (Red) is a card I like a lot for the deck, the gold can matter a ton in this deck and on a turn with a bad hand and just a ledger its perfectly viable to just create a gold and pass. Knick Knack Bric-A-Brac (Red) is a card that gets a benefit from having more gold and being able to grab Potion of Strength (Blu) or Timesnap Potion (Blu) and get them right onto the field is quite good. If an opponent has been opting and has the top of their deck they way they want it we can use Shitty Xmas Present (Yel) as a great way to slow them down for a turn and ruin their draw, this affecting every hero is pretty great. Pick a Card, Any Card (Red) is an amazing action and there is a reason we are running it in all three colors, being able to create an absolute ton of silver allows us access to a ton of supplemental card draw. Against reaction heavy or hatchets or really anything that buffs itself we have Snag (Blu) to fight back against it and it can really hurt that players turn.

Equipment and Weapons:


Talishar, The Lost Prince

Talishar is a great attack for the deck and one of the bigger ones that we have; even though we will eventually lose this weapon, three four attacks toward our opponents in a twenty-life format can be very strong and, at the very least, get cards out of our opponent’s hands.


Crown of Dominion

Crown of Dominion gives us a leg-up from the start of the game, starting off with a free gold-token can help us when we draw cards like Cash In (Yel) early. Crown also makes our hero Royal, which matters only for Imperial Ledger (Red) but free gold is free gold and can help the overall gameplan of the deck.

Fyendal's Spring Tunic

I don’t think I need to state how good Tunic is; from CC to UPF, this card is busted. We don’t have that many expensive cards within the deck, but the free resource from Tunic can be great to cast some extra cards or even attack with our weapon, more resources is always great.

Silver Palms
Silver Palms is a great way to up the economy on our side, and it makes our opponents pretty happy since they get a free card draw; this helps both our opponents and us and allows us to build some goodwill among the table while providing us an inherent benefit.

Seeker's Leggings

Seeker’s Leggings are pretty great; while sadly they cannot block, we are able to prevent one damage and opt one for only one resource, which is an amazing rate, and the opt can really matter and help us discard cards that may not be relevant at the time.

Strengths of the Deck:

  • We are quite good at cleanup; once opponents have been messing with each other and hurting each other, we are great at chipping in and finishing them off.
  • We are good at helping our opponents, which can build goodwill and help us not get targeted an absolute ton.

Weaknesses of the Deck:

  • The game plan certainly slows down a bit if opponents choose not to get the extra resources and give us zero gold throughout the game.
  • We do have some sources of big attacks and buffs but many of our attacks are small and easily-blocked.


Squizzy and Floof are very cool and, honestly, very fun heroes to play in UPF. I think they are very flavorful, especially if you play it around the festive season, and make for a very fun game of UPF. Since these two are promo heroes, I don’t think they get played as much as they should, but they are very fun to play and offer an overall very enjoyable UPF experience; being focused on helping the table while helping ourselves more just makes the overall gameplay of this deck awesome. I hope you enjoyed this one as much as I did!