This is my own mill rogue deck for standart. Really fun and hard to play, which is my lovely style of heartstone. Just wanted to share it with you, guys.
(if you have some questions, ask it here or simply add me dontcry#2321)
ALSO CHECK OUT MY NEW MILL ROGUE DECK VERSION: CLICK
First of all, to not writing a poem here, just wanna say, that all those changes were done just because of better value in current meta. Mind Control Tech is really good card, as for me, also has synergy with Shadowstep or Youthful Brewmaster. Just wanted to gave this card a chance to be in this deck, and i realized, that was perfect idea. This guy was really usefull in couple of games. (sometimes he actually winning the games). Shadowstrike, Shadowblade and Vilespine Slayer - additional removals. I decided that those cards feel better in our deck. Swashburglar and Patches the Pirate was good combo, but still too random shit, and we had less chances to win control matchups with these cards.
This is a short video, where im showing this deck on practice
(playing on the old version of this deck):
Here is some tips:
Our dream combo is:
Playing Valeera the Hollow ;
Playing Shadowblade then Coldlight Oracle then playing a copy of it, using the card from our hero power, then Shadowstep the Coldlight Oracle and playing it again. In most cases, this is our main WIN CONDITION.
VERSUS AGRESSIVE MATCHUPS:
Doomsayer, Backstab (but dont keep two copies of it), Tar Creeper.
If you already got early drops, feel free to keep Mind Control Tech.
If you got Preparation and Vanish at the same time, you can keep it vs paladins, druids and shamans.
VERSUS CONTROL MATCHUPS:
Coldlight Oracle, The Curator (Skulking Geist versus druids).
You can do some changes, if you have Prince Valanar, you can test it in current deck. Again you guys gave me the advice of using this card here, and, i say, it might be quite useful. Just do sth like this, if you have prince:
-1 Tar Creeper
+1 Prince Valanar
i decided to add here the video, which i've found in the comments below;
(check out the spoiler)
just want to draw your attention on some mistakes;
- core missplays
FIRST: he was risking by playing both murlocs and not keeping in the hand even one on the moment 10:05, that was a really bad missplay
SECOND: this guy played this deck first time, i now that, but still he lost our main win condition (i told about our combo earlier)