I always wanted to make Krul the Unshackled and Mal'Ganis work in a Deck since they are both such powerful and cool cards, especially if you get them on board together. And finally with KofT and Bloodreaver Gul'dan it seems to be the time for Reno Krullock! I made it from 5 to Legend with this Deck in the last Week. Give the Deck some love and ask as many Questions as you want!
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Jade Druid (similar to most control match-ups):
I did not play vs many Jade Druids, but you always want to keep the board as clean as possible while putting out your early threats like Mountain Giant, Twilight Drake, Despicable Dreadlord. By turn 8-10 put out your Krul the Unshackled and Bloodreaver Gul'dan to finish them of. They just can't deal with all your big boards you can create out of nothing! Tap as much as you can, while staying at safe HP with Earthen Ring Farseer, Antique Healbot and Reno Jackson, in order to draw your removal and lategame.
Most of the cards are pretty self explanatory, since they are just biS. However i will ad some Questions, that were ask in the comments:
Why Lord Jaraxxus AND Bloodreaver Gul'dan?
When I created the Deck I was sad, that Bloodreaver Gul'dan replaces Lord Jaraxxus since they are both lategame Cards that replace your Hero. So I just added him and looked if it was reasonable to play both. Surprisingly it was pretty good here are some reasons:
- getting Lord Jaraxxus out of Voidcaller in the early/midgame is pretty strong, since he trades a lot of other minions without dying
- getting Lord Jaraxxus out with Krul the Unshackled and/or Mal'Ganis is extremly strong! (Who doesn't want a 5/17 on the Board?!)
- If you are matched against a Control Deck Lord Jaraxxus still is pretty powerfull and as soon as you draw Bloodreaver Gul'dan you can go back to survive even longer with your HP, which leads to the next point
- reviving the 6/6 with Bloodreaver Guld'Dan is really powerfull especially with Mal'ganis on board. After an Krul the Unshackled and/or Lord Jaraxxus it's just to much value and pressure for most of the Decks
The idea with Doomguard is not to play it from hand but to get it out with Voidcaller or Krul the Unshackled In a bind, you can play him from hand if you're desparate and need it on board to survive another turn, but in a deck with so many valuable cards, you only want to get him out with Krul the Unshackled or Voidcaller.
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Here is an Video Showcasing the Deck by Kiwiinbacon: