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[Archived] S8 Hearthstone Legendary Mage Antonidas Aggro/Rush Deck

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The strategy describes efficient use of loot hoarder & leper gnome, neither of which are in the deck list

 

Less importantly, this is the first deck I've encountered with legendary cards & no info on their best use.

Still, I like it

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Seriously please stop the rampant copy and paste on the tactics section thats the one section where you should not copy and paste.

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The strategy describes efficient use of loot hoarder & leper gnome, neither of which are in the deck list

 

Less importantly, this is the first deck I've encountered with legendary cards & no info on their best use.

Still, I like it

 

 

Seriously please stop the rampant copy and paste on the tactics section thats the one section where you should not copy and paste.

 

The issue should now be fixed, and it's unlikely to resurface much in the future. It was just a byproduct of us introducing the much more detailed descriptions in basically all of our decks.

 

Thank you for your continued feedback, guys.

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Thanks guys for this deck (and all the others). I just started about a couple weeks ago and this got me 8 straight wins (including an auto-concede) to get to rank 19.

Appreciate all the help.

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So, is this deck considered still viable for post naxxramas? Of all the classes mage appears to have gotten the least with only 2 decks, both legendary level. Is aggro mage really that unchanged or is more coming?

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So, is this deck considered still viable for post naxxramas? Of all the classes mage appears to have gotten the least with only 2 decks, both legendary level. Is aggro mage really that unchanged or is more coming?

I can't tell you that yet. Poyo is going to assess that tonight and tomorrow and then we'll either update the deck a bit, or archive it and put up another Legendary Aggro deck, if there is any that is viable currently.

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Okay, that's great. Is mage all that is incomplete then?

Ok, so this deck is still "good", in the sense that we don't really see how to make a better Mage Aggro deck, but decks like that don't fare very well in the current meta.

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please help, I've tried all the decks listed but I am just getting raped by warriors, hunters and priests.

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please help, I've tried all the decks listed but I am just getting raped by warriors, hunters and priests.

You're going to need more specific if you want us to help you smile.png

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