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Hearthstone Legendary Midrange Warlock BrM

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You can try it for fun factory, but I don't think it's really required in this deck. I like it a lot better in Demonlock than I do in Zoo like decks.

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Would emperor thaurissan work as a place holder for sea giant?

No, you rarely have more than a couple of cards in your hand, so Thaurissan doesn't have a big effect.

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I'm short 1 Terror and Sea Giant.

-Instead of the giant, Jaraxxus or Loatheb?
-Any ideas for the 1 Terror's spot?

Thanks in advance!

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I wouldn't. You're too reliant on Life Tap with this deck, you don't really ever want to enter Jarraxus form and lose access to it.

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It's worth considering, BGH is not even dead against Zoo these days as it can hit Boom, Malganis, Sea Giant etc. I don't think it would be terrible.

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Hey so I just opened Mal'Ganis, and I wanted to make a deck with him, and found this one because it didn't have Jaraxxus. 

I don't have doomguards, nor can I craft them, and I also have only one void terror.

At the moment I substituted them with loatheb and 2 antique healbots.

I'm not sure if this is the right direction, advice?

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No, Healbot is a terrible card in this deck, it's way too slow, you want quick aggressive cards that are hard for your opponent to remove, and Healbot is none of those.

I would play two Shredders instead of two Doomguards, but Doomguard is a really key card.

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I don't have a sea giant, would molten giant still be good?

No, play Loatheb, Sylvannas, or a Piloted Shredder.

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Hi sottle! I use this deck a lot but replaced a doomguard for bane of doom and shadowflame for mortal coil. Whats your opinion about these 2 changes?

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I would always play Double Doomguard, Mortal Coil is fine though.

Honestly, if you want to run Bane, i'd just sub that for the Shadowflame and keep both Doomguards.

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