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Moonshade

Rank Up: Low Budget Aggro Mage

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This Mage deck has NO legendary cards whatsoever and only costs 1520 Arcane Dust to make (not counting the common cards) and is perfect for getting you through to at least rank 10.

 

This deck is extremely aggressive and should have no problem putting any opponent under immense pressure in the early-mid game, while powerful finishers will help you win games even if the board gets out of control later on.

 

Watch all the plays against every other class PLUS a walk-through on how to play various cards: 

 

http://bit.ly/1i81aTX

 

Ideal for those players ranking up from level 20 to 10.

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Recently took this deck to rank 12 before adding the only legendary card - Pyroblast :)

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