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My first legendary

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Hey guys, I'm getting real close to getting the dust to craft my very first legendary. Now I'm not sure which one I should craft. I love playing paladin so I though Tirion Fordring would be a a great choice for a first legendary.

What do you guys think?

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Your best bet would be taking a late game neutral that can be used in all decks and has high value.  Personally I think Sylvannas Wind-runner would be your best bet since she is not only in the legend paladin mid-range build but also appears in multiple decks throughout this site.

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I would personally suggest crafting several, sometimes more important common, rare or epic cards instead of just one Legendary. :)

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Crafting generic Legendaries makes no sense, unless you have nothing against very time consuming grind. Single Sylvana or Rag won't change the deck as much as you think it would. When it goes to generic Legendaries you should craft them after your entire Skeleton is finished. Who knows, maybe before you collect your entire deck you are going to have some luck and drop useful generic Legend from a pack? Remember that in most cases complete deck without Legendaries>>>>incomplete deck with Legendaries. So if you have enough dust to create yourself a Legendary, you also have enough dust to create yourself full deck without Legendaries. And that's the route I would advise - if you like Paladin, then craft everything for Paladin EXCEPT Legendaries and then start saving your dust again, this time for Tirion or Boom or whatever.

 

Another thing is, you can easily replace certain Legendaries with the ones you have. It's not like Kel Thuzad, Rag, Sneeds or Ysera aren't good anymore. They are great, deckbuilders simply go with other choices. That's another reason why you should not craft any generic Legendary. The proper route for a new player is to craft a full deck, then maybe craft a class specific Legendary (if it's needed only!), like Tirion or Antonidas. After that you can save more dust, because you have good deck already, and after some time, craft whatever you want.

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Everyone should have 1 doctor boomb. The tempo on that card is insane.

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I would personally suggest crafting several, sometimes more important common, rare or epic cards instead of just one Legendary. smile.png

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Take a look at our crafting guide sections for advice :)

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