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Iron Juggernaut in Control

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Could Iron Juggernaut, Coldlight Oracles, Youthful/Ancient Brewmasters work in the control GvG warrior deck? If so, which cards would they replace?

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Could Iron Juggernaut, Coldlight Oracles, Youthful/Ancient Brewmasters work in the control GvG warrior deck? If so, which cards would they replace?

 

I,m currently running this deck to try that mechanic. i think that one young brew master is enough to put 20 free dps. I usually play it turn 8 if I have both in hand to assure the 2nd bomb. and this deck provides infinite amouts of arnor. its at least really fun to try. It work like a normal control warrior exect i'm yolo and i run no brawl no grommash and honestly it does good.

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It seems fun for a troll deck, but I don't think it's competitive. Iron Juggernaut is already a pretty slow card on its own, if you then plan to Panda and replay it a bunch, that's just cripplingly slow. If your turn 8 is Juggernaut and then Panda, you've basically just spent turn 8 playing a 3/2, which is going to get punished pretty hard vs good decks.

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It's true that pandas could make this slow, but would Iron Juggernaut+Oracles still be a good idea?

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It seems fun for a troll deck, but I don't think it's competitive. Iron Juggernaut is already a pretty slow card on its own, if you then plan to Panda and replay it a bunch, that's just cripplingly slow. If your turn 8 is Juggernaut and then Panda, you've basically just spent turn 8 playing a 3/2, which is going to get punished pretty hard vs good decks.

 

Yeah its purpose of this deck :P, it goes up to 17 16 ish. its nice to play but it isn't real competitive, i dont have the cards for that

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It's true that pandas could make this slow, but would Iron Juggernaut+Oracles still be a good idea?

 

I did try Oracle plus Juggernaut as my first deck in GvG, I couldn't quite get it right, but I think it could have potential. You have to play aggressive Mech Tempo for it to work though I think.

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