Rastakhan's Rumble Guide
This is my list from last season, that secured me the prelims.
Decent matchup against most of meta decks. Let's try it out!
Could possibly do with a little more draw IMO.. Have won the few games I've played with it so far, but with a fairly sparse hand - Haven't drawn the Curator yet. Absolutely awesome deck though, cheers! Also any chance on a mulligan/strategy guide? If only Azure drake was still a thing..
i'm just missing wickerflame,is it a safe craft or i just replace him with a tar creeper?ty
It is worth to craft rag lightlord now?
Yes, he has saved me LOT of games. I had the same question a month ago and I don't regret crafting him
well i just need 8.5k dust
I am just missing the crabs. I have enough dust for crafting both, or I could craft a fun legendary card like Elise, and replace crabs with golakka crawlers. What do you guys think?
what do you guys think about -1 Primordial Drake +1 Ysera? I think it helps better against control match ups like taunt warrior, also synergises with The Curator
I replaced a Primordial Drake with Alex. This deck has rarely done any face damage by turn 9, so she is often an 8/8 deal 8-12 damage battlecry. Also helpful for that extra heal or just 1 more big threat vs priests now that they can discover 4 + SW:D's a game via shadow visions and lyra.
Get +1 Dirty Rat, and wipe their board before they Crystal Core with Consecration and constant trading (the rat can easily kill everything they play up to getting the quest done). Then hold on Pyro/Equality or Tarim (or double Tarim) for the turns after the core. Tirion is a nightmare for them.
Bottomline, get them to almost 15 health prior to their quest completion and respond to the first wave of 5/5s. If they don't draw to Mimic and double charger they can't recover.
Great deck, MVP is Dirty Rat. There so many ways to kill what you've pulled. Sadly, deck is weak against quest rogue but there is no deck that beats everything, every deck has a weakness.Personally I am a great aggro deck hater, I like long, chess-like, brain requiring decks.
When I lose in a long control matchup I feel like I've lost to a decent adult player who is smart and well educated.
But when I lose to aggro decks I feel like my opponent was a 12 year old who says dirty things about my mom.
If you are a good/bad control deck player, you will have my respect no matter who wins.
I was trying to make a version of this deck because I'm missing 3/4 legendaries. I faced a murloc shaman- drew zero crabs, zero pyromancers, and he got adapt-poisonous after I played a giant stegodon minion. Fucking so unlucky
Tips strategy against taunt warrior? I've been stuck at 9 b/c I find them very often the last few days. Really enjoy this deck otherwise, good fun.
Also is the dirty rat still worthwhile? I don't see a lot of pirate war, and I think we crush murlock even without it.
Thanks, man! Beat a golden shaman that put up quite a fight!
Got through his taunt with equality consecrate and dealt the final 4 damage with Truesilver!
I previously commented on whether this version lived up against the murloc one since I am still missing 4 key epics for it, which aren't used in any other decks. I went on and made Sunkeeper Tarim to complete this deck, and it's a great deck. I played it since rank 9 and am now for the first time ever at rank 6 and still climbing.
Out of my games I faced 2x Murloc Paladin and had little to no problems with them actually. So I think I'm sticking to this one, thanks again, great deck!
I really have problems against mages. Is it just me? Anyone having some suggestions? It's always the Pyroblast which kills me. Never drew Forbidden Healing though.
Play eye for an eye when he has low hp..
Is this deck better / more fun to play in comparison with the midrange Murloc Paladin deck?Because I am thinking about dusting 1 wild legendary (golden) to create Sunkeeper Tarim / the 4x missing epic cards.