Rank 5 in wild since ... Almost a year. And playing priest, and not big priest. That will be 400 dusts well needed for the new expansion :)
Also beating a murloc shaman with legend back at rank 10 standard that spams emote with my resurrect priest. Strangely enough he did not emote after losing the board and watching my big taunts getting back turn after turn :)
I was trying out a buff priest using mainly Test Subject, Seance, and Power Word: Replicate, but no divine spirit or inner fire (I hate those cards). I was paired against a spell hunter, and I had one of the best games I've had in quite a while. Value deck vs value deck. I even made friends with him after the match, and we talked about off-meta decks for a bit.
I've noticed that High Inquisitor Whitemane isn't getting a lot of love, so I managed to find a place for her and the infamous thighs to a Murloc Shaman. It was great to clear the board (Murloc Shammie playing control? :p) and then drop Whitemane to bring them all back.
Was playing Cyclone Mage and queued into a Warrior. Assumed Control, but then he plays Acolyte of Pain, Shield Slams a 2/2 and I'm like "Shit, it's Mecha'thun".
I used an Alex while having a full board and put him to 4 to force him to have stuff. He had all the stuff. Game started turning around, Antonidas is bottom 5 and he starts gaining armor, then pretty much full heals with a magnetized Zilliax.
Then Antonidas finally comes, but too late, he's now full, but went for it anyway, maybe he messes up Mecha'Thun combo or I discover something to disrupt it. While comboing cheap spells to get Fireballs, I discover an Astral Rift from Magic Trick which gives me... Chef Nomi.
I reach fatigue, I'm at 15 HP, he has 14 damage on board (plus whatever he can magnetize) and I'm gonna take 2 fatigue damage next turn. GG. I play Nomi anyway just for the laughs.
He starts roping and I'm thinking he's just BM'ing, but turned out he was shocked. When the rope starts he plays... Elysiana. So he wasn't Mecha'thun. But then he trades his entire board into the elementals and passes and I'm like "whaaaaat?" Then I kill him with the elementals, didn't even need the Fireballs.
I'm guessing he forgot to calculate fatigue damage for the lethal or the secret I had up (Spellbender) tilted him making him believe it could be Ice Armor, since probably otherwise he maybe thought I would have conceded.
The funny thing that saved my life was that many turns earlier, when I was still at 23 HP, I decided to freeze a Big Game Hunter just to not take 4 damage. This random freeze that I just felt like actually saved my life haha.
Another game I played was against Muckmorpher Shaman. I lost but had a good laugh out of it.
He gets an Ysera and Ancestral Summons it. I can't deal with that so I just freeze it and go face with a magnetized SnipSnap and some burn.
At some point he heals, but I have a pretty big board thanks to Conjurer's and I think "the only way I lose is if he plays like four Ysera Awakens". Next turns, you can guess what were exactly the four cards his Ysera gave him and that were played hahaha.