You mind sending me your paladin deck? Ever since gadgetzan, handbuffadin is my favourite archetype. Was wodnering if it can work without any additional 2 drops (especially the buffers) but didnt want to spend dust on him as i dont play too much nowadays.
Kibler has a similar deck which he reached legend with this month. He uses Spellbreaker instead of Acolyte of Pain, but I felt I wanted some drawing power without adding any spells to deck.
The deck has a LOT of taunts (almost a shame the Warrior quest is not neutral, haha), so it pretty much shits all over Pirates. I've also managed to KO my opponent a few times with DK Uther's horsemen, when they've ran out of board clears and they can't get past the taunts.
I've had about a 50/50 success chance against Jade Druid too, if I can wear them down before turn 10. It's after that where it turns nasty, as there are no board clears, there's only Tarim to keep things under control.
Prince Keleseth is awesome. So much talk about dusting him, I actually spent dust for him to use in a Paladin handbuff deck, if I draw him in my first 3 turns or so, my win rate increases significantly.
Prince Valanar is not very impressive but he works in some rogue decks. They don't have many decent 4 drops, and he addresses the issue of a lack of taunts and heals for rogues.
I haven't seen anyone use Prince Taldaram yet, but the potential is there. He'll find a use somewhere.