Easy to play, easy to rankup! This deck has a decent matchup against most meta decks. And it costs less than ONE SINGLE LEGENDARY! This whole deck costs 1580 dust.
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-Keep Smuggler's Crate ONLY if you already have a 1-2 cost beast in hand.
-Always keep Alleycat, Trogg Beastrager, Kindly Grandmother
-Keep 3-drops if you have a turn 1 or a turn 2 (With coin)
-Only keep Scavenging Hyena if you have turn 1 Alleycat or Smuggler's Crate
-Don't fear playing Trogg Beastrager as a 2 mana 3/2. Its battlecry is good but board pressence is way more important on this deck.
-Play like old school face hunter. Only beware of Swipe
-Push for face damage using Kill Command and Quick Shot to clear threats.
-They don't have any efficient way to clear your board, so if you manage to get control you are likely to win.
-Try to rush and burst them down before they can play Reno Jackson
-If you can't burst them down, focus on keeping board control. Beware of Hellfire, the best way for this is not popping your Kindly Grandmother and Infested Wolf in your turn
-If you are finding a lot of them, it might not be a bad idea to switch decks.
VS MID SHAMAN:
-Beware of Hex! Don't focus all your buffs on the same minion! I try to not buff Highmanes to make sure he has to choose between taking out the deathrattle or your buffed dude.
-Try to flood board while keeping Kindly Grandmother and Infested Wolf alive incase of Lightning Storm
-Push for face damage, but trade away 1 health minions to prevent Maelstorm Portal from fucking you up.
-Go face. He will take damage clearing the board. Abuse this.
-Play around Fan of Knives by trading out 1-health minions
-Tundra Rhino + Scavenging Hiena is usually GG, as they will probably be low in health. Remember the hienas from Savannah Highmane and the spiders from Infested Wolf gain charge.
Quick gameplay guide:
-Vs Pirate Warrior: If you get board control you win. Don't fear using Kill Command as 3 mana deal 3 dmg
-Vs Druid: Flood the board, go face.
-Vs Renolock: Try to burst him before turn 6. If you lose the board, you lose the game.
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