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[Heroic] Magic Mirror - Mill

  • Last updated Aug 14, 2016 (Karazhan)
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  • 12 Minions
  • 18 Spells
  • Deck Type: PvE Adventure
  • Deck Archetype: Mill Rogue
  • Boss: Magic Mirror
  • Crafting Cost: 2240
  • Dust Needed: Loading Collection
  • Created: 8/11/2016 (Karazhan)
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Unlike Normal, the hero power for Mirror makes a copy of all minions for itself now and you get nothing. The idea is to drop minions that benefit the AI the least, which is basically the point of this deck.

Super easy Fatigue deck. Save the Shadowstep and Gang Up for Coldlight Oracle, just keep clearing his board with the plethora of AOE (remember Explosive Sheep is 4 to all minions since mirror gets the 1/1, and you can ping it with weapon) . Only cards to worry about are Archmage Antonidas and Rhonin who hinder the AI more than anything with more hand filling, but if you're unprepared he may be able to burst you down.

Also - Watch out for Counterspell, test with your cheaper removal or prep, don't want to waste your Shadowstep or Gang Up on this if you really need those extra mills. Because he has so much draw, it shouldn't be a big deal but will be harder to recover.

Dark Iron Skulker - Great for cleaning up the 1/1. Comboed with the other removal in the deck, can take out almost any threat.

Coldlight Oracle - Try to hit the Duplicates with this if you can too, some more easy self-milling.

Revised to Doomsayer since I missed him on first build.

Note for some subs if you're missing the Epic cards: Doomsayer doesn't really have a sub and neither does Preparation. But if you don't have them, you want to either add some more healing in Zombie Chow or Corrupted Healbot or board damage like 1 more Tentacle of N'Zoth and/or Abomination. You want to extend the game through board clears, healing and causing the Mirror to over draw and lose cards, eventually dying to fatigue.

If you're not doing well and dying too fast you think, you can also sub the Chow/Healbot in for Prep. Chow is better for the low curve out and a steadier early game, Healbot will provide more value overall but at a higher mana cost.

Thanks for all the support, wasn't expecting much out of this but glad I threw it up here!

I recorded the deck in action to give people a basic idea of how it works: