Thanks BoarControl for sharing about this decklist, got me really quickly out of rank 5 during my stream session this morning (in french sorry... !)
Hi there, Vahaad here !
I'm a legend and member of the E-sport team NidhoGG tournament player. I used a very similar decklist to begin my climb with success this month as you can see on my commentated video :
Hello there Vahaad here !
I'm legend player, member of the E-sport team NidhoGG and play a minimum of 2 tournaments per week. This is the decklist I use as "the play to win decklist" on ladder, but as all players who have tested it, you will see it's (happily) not autowin. Here is a video of me playing almost the same (-1 Feral Spirit , +1 Mana Tide Totem) :
Hi there, Vahaad here ! Legend, member of the E-sport team NidhoGG, and Strivewire tournament winner.
Thank you Iddos for this deck, I found my first tries with this deck interesting and made a video about it (all my videos here) :
I'm also legend, member of the E-Sport team NidhoGG, Strivewire tournament winner, and I tried this deck and I liked it, I will try it at least a little more, but here is what I could do with it so far : (all my S31 videos here)
I was Legend in S30 but never played much Miracle Rogues. I used the version with which Handsomeguys won his place for the World Championship during the Last Call Asia, which shares a lot with this decklist : -2 Deadly Poison -2 Cold Blood -1Conceal+2 Swashburglar +2Undercity Huckster +1Barnes.
I explain my first steps with this kind of deck in video :
Hi, I tried this kind of deck during S30 on legend, here are my videos to avoid mistakes with it ^^.
This is not an easy to play deck. It is super powerful and you can still win playing less than optimally, but this is no face hunter or zoolock. There are so many synergies and timing of plays to consider, when to utilize aoe, when to develop totemstotems over minions, etc.
You don't have to say it's too easy to play because it's 'cancer'. You will do much better once you learn the deck more.
I will tell you this, there is a huge lack of guides for midrange shaman. Probably the least amount of guides for how popular/powerful a deck type in memory.
Many people will laugh and use internet slang and stuff to mock things, but you can find a mature group of players who do not use terms such as cancer and will play the game given to them to the best of their abilities on reddit/competitivehs. Stay away from hearthpwn and reddit/hearthstone. You will see whining and calls for nerfs and stuff here, while "the other guys" are just having fun winning and learning about the game and it's strategy.