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After nerfs Miracle

  • Last updated Feb 4, 2018 (Kobolds Patch)
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  • 14 Minions
  • 15 Spells
  • Deck Type: Ranked Deck
  • Deck Archetype: Miracle Rogue
  • Crafting Cost: 10040
  • Dust Needed: Loading Collection
  • Created: 1/30/2018 (Kobolds Patch)
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Hello folks,

since March 2016 I am playing Hearthstone and since November 2016 mainly Miracle Rogue which brought me my first time legend rank in Dezember 2016 when the meta was dominated by Aggro/Midrange shaman, Renolock and Pirate Warrior.

I used this deck up to Rank 5 in January and I am pretty sure it will be even stronger after the nerfs. I swapped Swashburglers and Patches for Hallucinations and another Vilespine Slayer.
Depending on the pace of the coming meta the Fire Fly might be a good replacement.

I tested Vanish in 40+ games and this way the deck works very well.
A second Sap might replace the second Vilespine because it is so strong against Cubelock.

My stats from Rank 10 to 5 were 27W and 19L <small>with positive records against all classes besides Warrior, Hunter and Rogue itself.</small>
The amazing amounts of reload made this deck very strong against Warlock and Midrange Priests like Dragon and Spiteful.

If people are interested I might feel inspired to write a Mulligan guide.

As this is kind of a theorycraft for the after-nerf meta I will just write down a general mulligan strategy:

Your favourite start is always to combo your Elven Minstrel on turn 3 or 4 and follow it up with a Fal'dorei Strider .
As this deck does not play too many minions the chance is pretty high to get a Fal'dorei Strider with the Minstrel, if you don't have it in your starting hand.

So when you go first keep combo possibilities for the Minstrel and the Minstrel itself.
This means you can even keep Preparation when you have the Minstrel as there will pretty much always be some kind of spell to play with.

Never keep: Arcane Giant, Gadgetzan Auctioneer, Vanish, Valeera the Hollow, Sap

Seldomly keep: Eviscerate, Bloodmage Thalnos

Sometimes you can keep Eviscerate when you are against an aggressive deck and have no other way to kill something like Knife Juggler on turn 2.
Thalnos is okay to keep with Prep + Fan or Shiv against very aggressive decks.

Instead of hard mulligan for Minstrel you can keep Edwin VanCleef with someway to buff it for at least 1 time with Coin, Backstab, Preperation plus a spell.

When I started playing this deck I very often made the mistake to not be greedy enough. Later I started keeping Fal'dorei Strider and Elven Minstrel in my starting hands and it worked out pretty well.
Also against aggro decks you need to get on board somehow. Clearing the early threats without follow-up might feel good but does not win games for you! Keep that in mind.

I won several games against aggro Paladin with being greedy on the spiders and take some early damage but come back hard with a huge board on turn 6. I even won a couple of games against Hunter drawing the better part of my whole deck on turn seven and tossing out double giants.

The most important matchup will be Warlock, I guess. I will write more about that this week when I find the time.

Thank you all for your interest :)

Edits: 1.0 As I wanted to play it a bit already before the nerfs coming in, I went for Fire Flies and only one Hallucination for the three pirates. The early month is full of aggro, so there is no way around a solid 1 mana minion.

2.0 As I barely faced Spiteful and Dragon priests neither many warlocks I took Vanish out and added a Razorpetal lasher. Remember this is a after nerf list: Replace the Fire Flies and the Lasher or one Shiv for the three Pirates for best conditions pre-nerf. I went 18-2 (90%) today from Rank 17 to Rank 12, after I burned some stars with Mill Warrior, haha. The two Rogue losses on the bottom are Mill Rogue games