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Cheap Paladin Wild

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Wouldn't Assassinate also be useful in this deck ? 

This is a paladin deck, paladins don't have assasinate :)

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I have lost all the games with this deck! Every mech-rush deck destroyed me ... i had no chance :(

 

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I have lost all the games with this deck! Every mech-rush deck destroyed me ... i had no chance sad.png

This isn't necessarily the deck's fault.. :)

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Why do you dont use Scarlet Purifier?

He has quite good base stats and you can clean up dathrattle minions from your opponent.

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If you actually break down what Scarlet Purifier does to Deathrattle minions, it's pretty underwhelming.

Activates Nerubian Egg - Bad

Pops Haunted Creeper - Bad/Neutral

Allows Sylvanas to Trade - Usually bad

Doesn't kill Harvest Golem - Bad

 

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I just bought Naxxramas and swapped all u said, this deck is strong , I love it .

One thing though , I don't like Acolyte of Pain , I don't understand how am I able to draw from it otherwise than playing it on turn 3 during early game in which I generally use Muster for Battle for more board control so I swapped it with a Zombie Chow.

 

Also as off-topic what legendary is the best to craft Ragnaros or Dr. Boom cuz I feel like making boom as I can play it earlier

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this says cheap paladin deck but i only have 15 out of the 30 cards needed what should i do to get the rest of them?

 

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Any suggestion as to what to swap for a Tirion? Or does he simply not fit in the deck at all? I was considerring to swap my last Stormwind Champion for Tir.

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this says cheap paladin deck but i only have 15 out of the 30 cards needed what should i do to get the rest of them?

 

You will need to craft the rest of them. It is cheap because the total cost for crafting all the non-basic cards is only 1000 dust. 

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I've lost nearly every single game I have played with this deck. Is there some kind of secret? Even in super low ranks this deck gets absolutely destroyed.

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Hello. Ive made this deck wiith naxx additions and 2 knife jugglers. The problem is i dont have aldors so ive ended with zombie chow and tyrion for them. I want to keep tyrion but maybe there are better options for the second spot than zombie chow. I have those cards which i think can fit the spot: goblin saper, harvest golem, defender of argus. Any idea which is best replacment for zombie chow? Or i just need to craft that 1 aldor. Or maybe im thinking wrong and i should remove some late game cards for tyrion and go for 1 aldor and 1 defendor of argus for example. Please help me smile.png

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Yes, many. This is a budget deck, and obviously can be improved with many cards from the expert set. Take a look at our Crafting Guide for Paladins, or some of our full budget Paladin decks for ideas for other strong cards.

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I have 2 Sky Piloted Golems, 2 Sunwalkers. Should I add them to this deck? It seems that Stormwind Champion is a situational card and is useful when you have something on the board, but without it Muster for battle does not seem so strong. Guardian of kings has weak stats, but it restores health which sometimes is useful against agro decks.

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Definitely, I would cut One Stormwind, the Boulderfist, one Frostwolf Warlord and one Guardian of Kings.

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I dont know how to play with this deck, i cant win with these cards, someone knows if have a video or something that teach to play with this deck? i really like to watch someone good playing with this deck

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