Equality + Avenging Wrath= OP
I can see Mukla working, but from my experience with Quartermaster, it didn't work very well. Nevertheless Quarter master does have a decent fit into the deck, so use what ever works for you best.
Hey bud thanks for the guide. I am just starting out in Hearthstone and just hit rank 16 with some makeshift druid deck so I decided to try this one out and lost the first two games because of horrible mistakes by me...only been playing 3 days so still so much to learn. I tweaked the build a little and then went on a 6 game win streak and now im up to rank 13. Thanks for the guide and I will keep checking back in.
For players in 100+ legend, adding an unusual card makes it a new deck practically...
Played around with this deck (modified a bit) but yeah it's awesome. Went from rank 16 to 12 in no time. Get some pretty lulzy endgame scenarios, especially with stuff like Hammer of Wrath
Cool deck! I would like to know if Harrison could be replaced by Loatheb? If not, what should I use?
Not trying to bash the deck or anything, but can you please explain how this is anything close to new? It's a standard control paladin with extra heals and Nefarion shoved into it. Also, how is the play style any different from an "old" paladin deck. You keep mentioning to bait out board clears but that seems like a standard goal for many other control decks as well. Adding onto that, wouldn't any half decent player specifically play around big board clears? (against a paladin specifically)