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[Archived] S20 Hearthstone Warrior Mech Aggro GvG

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This thread is for comments about our Warrior Mech Aggro Deck for GvG.

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The deck is pretty strong overall, defenitely not mech mage level, but it's probably the best aggro option for Warrior. I'm personally using for portrait farming while waiting to complete Control Warrior.

I personally subbed the clockwork gnome and one taskmaster for two frothing berserkers, and it works really great with the whirlwind effects, especially when playing two Battle Rage. What would you think of this card swap ?

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So I don't have Grommash nor the dust to set it up, I popped Kel'Thuzad in place of him. His entire prupose is to be a stallbreaker, since it gives the Sky Golem and Boom some huge synergy.

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This deck is utter shit. It proc only if you have perfect card rolls + it's very weak against spells.

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This deck is utter shit. It proc only if you have perfect card rolls + it's very weak against spells.

 

Thanks for the input.

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I tweaked this deck a little and find it a really fun and good to play. My deck consist of:

1 Execute

1 Whirwind

1 Clockwork Gnome

1 Cogmaster

2 Fiery War Axe

1 Battle Rage

2 Annoy-o-Tron

1 Cruel Taskmaster

2 Mechwrapper

1 Frothing Berserker

2 Spider Tank

2 Tinkertown Technician

1 Death's Bite

2 Piloted Shredder

2 Screwjank Clunker

1 Faceless Manipulator

1 Iron Juggernaut

1 Piloted Sky Golem

1 Sylvanas Windrunner

1 Gorehowl

1 Dr. Boom

1 Ragnaros the Firelord

1 Deathwing

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I made these subs :

2xwarbot - > 1x clock gone, 1x harvest golem

1xscrewjunk - > 1x Mech yetti

Hellscream - > ???

Will this work in current Meta? I don't have hellscream. Can I use KT or Ysera? Or something else?

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