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So I've been trying to get through the heroic mode of Naxxramas lately. One thing I've noticed is, that its pretty hard to beat the heroic bosses without the Naxxramas cards. I'm currently stuck at Thaddius & pretty much every guide I saw, tells me to put Feugen & Stalagg into my deck. Sadly I've dusted all my wild cards when Wotog launched. Is it even possible to win against the Heroic Thaddius without any Naxx cards? Because as it seems Feugen & Stalagg are your only win condition in this match.
I'd really appreciate some help. :<
Btw. I know that freeze mage works, but I don't have all the cards for it.
Sorry for such a bad first post.
I am a fairly mediocre player who hasn't bought any adventures yet but is eager to, and while I see that loe might be the adventure most worth purchasing for now, I am still interested in buying naxx and brm.
The thing is, with the new way to play coming to hearthstone, seeing that naxx cards will become craftable (correct me if I'm wrong?) I don't exactly need to buy naxx to get the good cards that I want it for.
So, is it worth buying naxxramas for the experience of the adventure, and not having to grind dust for the cards? or should I just ignore naxx (in addition to gvg) and just stick to standard when it comes out?
I feel okay since I haven't spent any money on the game so far and I know that I can simply ignore wild and stick to standard, but wild seems more fun at the moment with all the decks that I have seen but never was able to play because I didn't buy any adventures.
As many people have already stated, we will still need to collect various cards from current and later expansions for standard, and cards from current adventures/expansions will become obsolete as time goes, so I just don't know how I'm supposed to deal with this.
I don't understand the direction with the new way to play, it doesn't make much sense to me.
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After a few tweaks and tries here is the deck I used to defeat Emperor Thaurissan in Blackrock Mountain
2 - Silence
2 - Inner Fire
2 - Mind Vision
2 - Power Word: Shield
2 - Divine Spirit
2- Shadow Word: Pain
2 - Ironbeak Owl
2 - Lightwell
2 - Shadow Word: Death
2 - Thoughtsteal
2 - Velen's Chosen
2 - Shadow Madness
2 - Lightspawn
2 - Spellbreaker
I am sure there are other combinations that might be better but for me the high priority was to silence his minions and to steal his cards to use against him.
This is my first post here and I am somewhat of a novice when it comes to building decks but this one seems to be working.