Major Update: Credit where credit is due, shoutout to Spark for giving some massive input on this deck. For those who unaware he's a talented and prolific deckbuilder here on Hearthpwn, and his advice has helped this deck phenomenally. The fact that it's now significantly cheaper is just an added bonus.
Let's throw one wildly successful barfight.
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Arite stranger, so this is the deck I've been wanting to craft for so. damn. long. But with the pleasant additions of Grim Patron and Emperor Thaurissan, I can finally gift you The Brute Squad, an absolute damage-funnel of madness guaranteed to show you a full board of Grim Patrons, Berserkers doing well over 10, the fun true power of the Bouncing Blade and madness everywhere.
Oh, and the best part is that it works. Took it right out to ranked after building it and I'm 5 for 5 so far, so let's get you some wins as well.
Wing 2 Edit:
My my how this deck has changed. From Aggro to Control and back again, the inclusion of Axe Flinger really has changed a lot, and now the deck has nestled into something absurd and unique; an odd balance of control and aggro that allows you to shave off the weaker minions (a Paladin's and Beast Master's nightmare) all while pushing forward rather successfully. In I'm 4 for 5 in just the short time I've had it at its current form, charging past Freeze Mages, burning up Totem's and catching Hounds and Snake Traps in Whirlwhinds.
Being that this concept is still fresh, PLEASE by all means give whatever input you have; it's helped get this fun bastardish deck to where it is now, and I'm sure we can push it further.
You're going to have a damn good time with this deck, and you're going to have quite a few wins with this deck, so have fun and please post any questions or ideas you could have.
Mulligans (sorry this took so long):
Armorsmith Edit 4/09/2015:
The girl's back. A half-hour ago I played against someone using this exact deck while I was using that dumb popular face Hunter, and I still managed to skirt by him. It was the most infuriating win I've ever had. Emotions everywhere.
Anyways after a few matches of testing with some friends, yes, Armorsmith still can work in this deck, and certainly fits the meta better, but mind you it's going to take a bit more skill to juggle the fine line this runs between aggression and control.