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    Life Coach's Mech Warrior - Deck Analysis

    By Jamniczek on 0

    Some classes in Hearthstone have more deck diversity than others. Its not surprising at all. So far Warrior seems like a class with basically only one archetype which is obviously Control Warrior. Its probably the most expensive deck in the entire meta so far and because ofthat not many players are able to play him. Today Id like to present you different Warrior deck and bydifferentI dont mean switching two or three cards. I present you Life Coachs  Read More »

    Competitive Budget Decks for All 9 Classes

    By Corey_T on 0

    The longer Hearthstone is out, the harder it becomes for new players to assemble competitive decks that are caught up with the meta game. But its not impossible! If youre brand new to the game and looking for a very cheap deck to craft and play competitively, youve come to the right place. All 9 of the decks below were designed to be extremely affordable and accessible to new players. They include no cards from adventures like Naxxramas or Blackrock Mountain because both of those Read More »

    Deck Guide - Budget Aggro Mech Paladin by RegisKillbin

    By Corey_T on 0

    Paladin is very strong these days, but it often relies on a handful of legendary and epic cards in order to succeed. Building a budget Paladin for beginners is no easy task, but with a healthy dose of mechs and Paladins damage buffing abilities, you can pump out a lot of damage and win a lot of games. The GvG Beginner Paladin takes advantage of the mech minion type and its cheap synergy by getting loads of minions onto the board early on, buffing them up in various ways, and Read More »

    Shadow Fatigue Priest - A Deck Guide

    By Billars on 0

    The Shadow Priest has been an elusive archetype coveted by anyone who loves things out of the ordinary. Shadowform has been something which has just, for too long, teased us with the idea of Priest creativity and diversity on the ladder, but nobody has made it viable. That is... until now. (Cue dramatic intro music) General Playstyle:Weird, right? Doomsayers? What? I dont even know! Two Lightbombs? And is that Shadowform I see taking up two slots in this deck? Thats right. This is what Read More »

    Demonic Void - A Warlock Deck Guide

    By Billars on 0

    Thats right! You read that correctly, Spark has made an innovative deck for laddering for a class other than Hunter. One of my favorite deck architects that has brought out several atypical Hunter decks took a swing at a Demonlock. And it is a fun one indeed. Lets take a look! General Playstyle:So this deck is definitely more of a Demon-centric Demonlock than others who borrow the same archetype label. This one is the most appropriately named Demonlock that I have seen. For the Read More »

    Reynad's Flood Mage - Deck Analysis

    By Jamniczek on 0

    There are just a few days left till the end of the season, maybe its time to try out some new deck to surprise your opponents? I strongly suggest you to try out Reynads newest creation - Flood Mage, lets take a look at this: You can tell many things aboutReynad, but hes one of the most creative Hearthstone players and his decks almost always bring something fresh to the game, even if they are similar in their design to the Zoo, like in this case. Lets take Read More »

    Deck Guide - *Top 10* Kel'Thuzad Rogue by FoxTheFeared

    By Corey_T on 0

    Of all the popular Rogue meta decks, none are quite like this recent deck thats cleverly slanted towards the late game and focused almost entirely on minions instead of spells. The KelThuzad Rogue plays the control game differently than any other Rogue deck before it, but still does it exceptionally well. If you like powerful minions and incredibly dynamic turns, then this deck could be perfect for you. Its capable of big plays and winning decisively behind Read More »

    Illidan Mage Deck - You are not prepared!

    By Jamniczek on 0

    Since the release ofGvGMage is considered one of the most cancerous classes. The reason for that is obviouslyMechMage. As a Mage fan Id like to present you slightly different deck which was rank 10 on EU server, if youceckout Burst Mage deck. want to check out some other different Mage. Also built aroundmechsynergy, but with a twist. Lets take a look at the deck: The obvious twist here isIllidanStormrage.The card Read More »

    Deck Guide - GvG Budget Control Priest by RegisKillbin

    By Corey_T on 0

    Priest is traditionally a very control-focused deck thats all about extending the game, making use of your opponents resources as your own, and winning drawn-out board control battles. Getting maximum value in control matches often requires good cards, so new players on a budget might feel like they cant play Priest to its maximum, or worse yet be lured by bad gimmick cards. But Goblins vs Gnomes opened a lot of doors for Priest players on a budget looking to create a competitive deck.   Read More »

    [Deck Guide] TheFishou’s Midrange Combo Druid

    By joesilveira on 0

    Druids have always been one of the stronger classes because of their ability to get mid-late game minions out quicker than the other classes. The two most prolific Druid class archetypes of late have been the combo and wall Druid. Both archetypes are similar in that they both rely on Innervate and Wild Growth to get bigger minions out earlier. The difference is that the wall Druid plays statistically weaker taunt minions to prevent getting overwhelmed by aggro so that it can play its myriad of late game Read More »
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