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Hi guys today I have an awesome deck I would like to introduce to you.
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The main combo in this deck is Wild Pyromancer used in tandem with Commanding Shout. Think of this combo as the main dish and Battle Rage plus Blood to Ichor as the sauce.Theoretically, the best combo is Wild Pyromancer+Commanding Shout+Blood to Ichor+Battle Rage giving you 4 cards, dealing 3 points of aoe damage to your opponent's board, all while preserving your own minions. Keeping advantage of the board gives you more time to get all the combo pieces you need to OTK your opponent. Please keep this all in mind as you read the following. Let’s take a look at the mulligan.
Since this deck is combo deck, we need to survive until we get the pieces to combo our opponent down.Generally, this means we are looking for cards that increase our ability to survive.
The best mulligan in general is Fiery War Axe, some removal ( i.e. Slam) minions that draw cards (i.e. Loot Hoarder or Acolyte of Pain).
Now let’s look at class specific mulligans.
Warrior is by far the hardest matchup for this deck. Not counting warrior I recorded more than 85 % win-rate so i will categorize the following into two categories: Versus warrior and Versus Non-warrior.
Both Dragon Tempo and C’thun warrior are hard to win, but not impossible.
vs C’thun warrior
Because of the ability of C’thun Warrior to stack armor, we must wait to play Emperor until we have all of our OTK combo pieces (2 Inner Rage,Raging Worgen,Cruel Taskmaster, Rampage, Faceless Manipulator, and Charge). If you have coin, having only four pieces is fine. In order to win this matchup, you must empty your hand as fast as possible to cycle through your deck before they accumulate too much armor.(Keep in mind, this deck can dish out a maximum of 60 damage in one turn with the combo).
vs Tempo Warriors
Tempo Warrior decks are basically aggro decks with high hp minions, which can be quite hard to remove with the pyro combo, making this a very difficult matchup. The key to this match-up is to act like a control deck for the first five turns in hopes that they play low HP minion all while trying to draw as much as possible.