This deck is any example of the sad life of Majordomo.
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Apr 2, 2015Posted in: Revenge
I think that even if this card, and Control Warrior along with it becomes prevalent in the post-BRM meta, there is still probably going to be decks that work well against it. A lot of aggro decks can just reflood the board after Revenge, even if it's comboed with a Sludge Belcher or Shield Block, despite maybe losing a bit of tempo. By the time it's turn 7 or 8, you're probably worried about staying above the 12 health barrier to avoid Kill Command or Fireball bursts, so trying to get your health down to below 12 but still being able to survive the next turn or two until you can stabilize seems a bit tricky. Also, a lot of hunters (probably the deck hit hardest by a Revenge clear besides mech mage) are starting to run later, big cards like Savannah Highmane and Dr. Boom that won't die to Revenge, and mech mages have Goblin Blastmage, Dr. Boom, and possibly Archmage Antonidas to keep board presence. Revenge actually seems to work best as a clear against a Paladin who played their Muster for Battle + Quartermaster combo at the wrong time out of desperation, and by then you might already have the win as a control warrior, and even if Revenge suddenly becomes amazing and none of the current aggro decks can actually reliably win against control warriors, the meta will become specialized towards dealing with them. Personally, I'd like to see Revenge become popular just so there can be a new, more control oriented meta, but I just doubt it's going to happen.
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