Get matched against a quest mage, i.e. almost no chance to win. Mull for the two stonehills, in order to hunt for Rats. Get no rats, but do get one better - a Deathlord! T7, deathlord/PD with deadly shot in hand - pulls chaff. Trigger again, later - still chaff pulled. Then the opp goes off, four apprentices, time walk, kill deathlord, deathlord pulls... Doomsayer. Aww, yeah. Opp Anton's, burns me to 15, with 2 balls in hand; I deadly Anton, and build-a-beast workshop gives me a lifesteal joust for charge for 9 mana, when the opp has one card left in library! Still not hit a healbot, so pass, get burnt down to 2, topdeck a healbot, charge at opp's face to gain nine and pull out of range. Did get lucky to get stuff to exploit the opp's blunder - or even to get a piece of interaction, tbh -, but just goes to show that early concedes aren't always the smart move. Good to win a matchup I often concede on T1 against (was running coldlights at one point, but wouldn't in this metagame, not enough combo).
Got the daily quest to play 40 spells, decided to make a spell-only priest deck for a laugh.
First battle in casual? A Cubelock.
Smashed him out the park with it. Christ did it feel good using his own idiot cards against him. Cube'd an obsidian statue that I got using Free From Amber to destroy his doomguard and could dark pact it straight away. Not even his Voidlord could save him thanks to Silence. Amazing. Guy probably didn't know what hit him.
STD dragon paladin, just for downtime when I don't feel like laddering in Wild with CH. Not expecting to do well with it, but that cheeky Noz slipped into the decklist (and any discovered) is perfect for shattering the dreams of mages.
Sharing a pic from a game I played this weekend. It was very interesting and exciting. Can you believe, that I have never faced fatigue warrior in standard before? Like since KoFT this is the first time I see one on the ladder.
So, yeah, I'm playing a stupid cubelock, but I'm sharing this picture, because it felt really funny how I got here. My opponent used bring it on 2 times against my hand, which consisted of really expensive minions. Never in my wildest dreams have I thought, that I could use Azari's effect and copy his body in the same turn.
If you are wondering how the game ended - I lost. The Mrglglgl screams were to OP for me.
Yes this is from an old game, but that does not make i less insane. This is back from the days Secret Paladin was the strongest secret-deck, and secret mage was a joke. But when a daily quest tell's you to play some secrets you might as well try and have some fun, so i put all mage secrets in my deck, and add's some of the good mage spell's. The image bellow is the first and only time i have play'd Mysterious Challenger, but man does it fell good to get it from unstable protal.... a 5 mana 6/6 that puts 5 secrets onto the board! xD 21 mana worth of stuff for the low low price of only 5 mana thanks to that one portal. He instantly conceded the turn after the image.
I ended up opening up a King Krush in my tavern brawl deck so I ended up finally making a big beast hunter deck, and my first match was against an aggro pally. They ended up filling up their board by turn 4, with the help of Call to Arms but played right into the Explosive Trap I played the turn before, wiping out his entire board. I still lost the match but the awkward ~50 second pause after he triggered the trap made me not care at all
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I post stupid decks to hide the fact that deep down I'm meta slave.
I’ve been playing meta decks and just trying to get really good at one. I decided to take a break and play some good old miracle rogue and I just went on a seven game win streak with it. Hoping it’ll be even more viable next expac