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[WILD] Auctionmaster OTK Control Paladin

  • Last updated Apr 17, 2019 (Rise of Shadows)
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  • 16 Minions
  • 11 Spells
  • 2 Weapons
  • Deck Type: Ranked Deck
  • Deck Archetype: OTK Paladin
  • Crafting Cost: 13460
  • Dust Needed: Loading Collection
  • Created: 4/8/2019 (Level Up Nerf)
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Do you have a lot of dust laying around? Do you like fun decks? Do you enjoy a blast from the past?

Search no longer! This deck provides everything! A control Paladin with OTK options! This is a true Wild deck!

Some essential tips:

DON'T use the bananas from Banana Buffoon or the spare part you get from the Clockwork Gnome unless you absolutely have to stay alive. You need these to perform the combo after you played Emperor Thaurissan

You can play them however if you have 14 or more mana to spend.

It's always like this; After you played Uther of the Ebon Blade you play - on a next turn - Auctionmaster BeardoHero PowerCoin/Spare Part (Discounted), Banana (discounted), Hero PowerCoin/Spare Part (Discounted), Banana (discounted), Hero Power, Coin/Spare Part (Discounted), Banana (discounted), Hero Power, GG.

Discounting a combo piece, like Auctionmaster Beardo, Spare Part or a Banana will ''gain'' you 1 mana, just like a coin.

Play Burgly Bully when your opponent cant kill him with their board, you have enough room in your hand to gain a minimum of 1 coin and not mill a combo piece. If you have Uther of the Ebon Blade and Auctionmaster Beardo in hand, you can always play Burgly Bully to gain coins for the combo.

If this deck gains some traction I might add an in-depth guide and some videos to educate more.

For now I don't have a lot of substitides for missing cards. If you don't have Ragnaros, Lightlord you could run Deranged Doctor as a budget cut.

The only thing I can certainly say about sub cards is that you 100% NEED Uther of the Ebon Blade and Auctionmaster Beardo for this deck to work.

As for Clockwork Gnome you might be wondering what that's doing here. That answers a couple questions. 

The major reason Clockwork Gnome makes an appearance here is that the Spare Part (except for Time Rewinder) he gives you can function as a combo piece for the four horsemen. And during testing I kept drawing cards that could be filtered off by Call to Arms, so I figured there was a spot for a multifunctional minion like this.

Before Clockwork Gnome I played Adaptation which would be my combo piece, but this is a horrible topdeck since you can't really play it without coins and other than the combo it gives you nothing. Clockwork Gnome at the very least provides a 2/1 statline which can be useful. Also it gets recruited by Call to Arms

 EDIT: Replaced Ragnaros, Lightlord for Nozari. It fits better and healing your opponent doesn't really matter since you will be perfoming the combo each time to win.

Replaced 1x Burgly Bully for 1x Time Out! to stall more and be annoying