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Big Boii Hunter [Full Guide]

  • Last updated Jun 13, 2018 (Spiteful Nerf)
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  • 11 Minions
  • 16 Spells
  • 2 Weapons
  • Deck Type: Ranked Deck
  • Deck Archetype: Big Hunter
  • Crafting Cost: 9160
  • Dust Needed: Loading Collection
  • Created: 6/10/2018 (Spiteful Nerf)
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    kiwiinbacon#1419

  • Region:

    US

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Hi guys, KiwiiNbacon here. For those who don't know me, I'm a multiple time legendary player on the NA server. I also do deck showcase videos on youtube once in a while.

While i made this deck for fun while preparing for a stream, I made this deck out and i'm glad to say it i full of potential and quite good on the ladder at the moment! The point of the deck is to out value your opponent by playing very strong minions and keep board presence as long as possible. To assist with that goal, the deck includes a bunch of removal. This deck is good against aggro and midrange decks.

Here's a Detailed Video Guide for Hard Match-ups

Gameplan
What you'll want to do during the game will be different from match to match but basically, you want to be reactive until you are able to play your big boys out. play your Freezing Trap and Wandering Monster play the Lesser Emerald Spellstone and make sure that your opponent doesn't overwhelm you. Deathstalker Rexxar will help get beasts out before you can play Kathrena Winterwisp. Once you have her and at least one Play Dead, go to town!

Mulligans
There are 2 cards that you will want to keep 95% of the time. Those cards are Candleshot and Deathstalker Rexxar. If you believe you are playing against aggro, be on the lookout for an Explosive Trap as well as Unleash the Hounds. If you think you will face control, try to keep Freezing Trap, Wandering Monster and/or Deadly Shot

Tips & Tricks
First of all, watching the video will help you understand which match-ups are difficult and in what situations you'll get with this deck. Overall your general game plan is divided in 2 stages. Survival stage and Control stage. there are 2 cards that can help you switch from a stage to the other. those cards are Kathrena and Rexxar. in order to get to that stage without dying, there are a few opponents that might give you some trouble.

Druids: Against druids, you can't afford using Rexxar right on turn 6 unless you know they are playing taunt druid because they will have tokens survive due to soul of the forest. make sure you have an explosive trap or taunt to back it up.

Even Warlocks: Keep either candleshot and hunter's mark or deadly shot because that giant is coming. those are the only things that you can do against it. oh! also, don't play spellstone unless you are ready for the good boiis to die because they will all burn.

Big Spell Mage: Abuse deathstalker's hero power and wait until you can charge in with your dino's for lethal. since it's charging damage, there isn't much they can do.
 
Card Choices

Candleshot: This is the early game defensive too that you need! it helps removing creatures with the upside of not taking damage while doing so, It works extremely well with Hunter's Mark

Hunter's Mark: Giants least favorite card, this will save you in many different match-ups. Combine with Candleshot for a very sad Even warlock!

Play Dead: This is required in order to get more good bois on the board.

Explosive Trap: This card alone can win you the game against paladins and druids. Keep it in hand during mulligan if facing those classes.

Freezing Trap: Freaking tempo. Excellent against control decks!

Wandering Monster: Best hunter secret, play this and get a 3 drop at a discount and protect your beautiful face!

Deadly Shot: Boom Headshot!

Stitched Tracker: Moar Big Bois.

Unleash the Hounds: Not too big, but still very good bois. They also help in aggro situations! must keep against paladins.

Dire Frenzy: Even moar Big Bois.

Flanking Strike: Have your good boi kill a man, good power swing.

Lesser Emerald Spellstone: Bringing in the pack of good bois. Game winning against midrange decks.

Deathstalker Rexxar: Stitching big bois together is his specialty. This card is literally one of the only ways to win in heavy control match-ups. 

Swamp King Dred: He's a big boii and he's very good against paladin and druids. He literally eats anything he comes across.

Kathrena Winterwisp: She made friends with a bunch of good boys. The taught her boys tricks by playing dead, most of the time it doesn't work, they just show up to look at her.

King Krush: I mean... he's friends with kath and he also happens to be a big scary dinosaur, he runs really fast.

Carnivorous Cube: Contrary to popular belief, the copies gained from this creature are a size smaller. Do you really think you can fit 2 full size dinosaurs in there??
Also MOAR BIG BOIIS.

Witchwood Grizzly: Don't mess with him, he gets in a Dire Frenzy quite easily. Extremely strong against token and paladin.

Charged Devilsaur: Big boii, he aspires to be like his big bro Krush.


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-KiwiiNbacon