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[Archived] S20 Hearthstone Mid Budget Control Priest BrM

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This thread is for comments about our Mid Budget Control Priest Deck for the BrM Meta.

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Dude thanks a lot, 1st time in my life i get so far in the ladder thanks to this build.

Works like a champ !

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Quick question on this list - I find Injured Swordmaster a bit underwhelming as either you have Circle but have to 2 for 1 yourself to run him out at 4/7, run him out as a 4/3 and hope he lives a turn to heal him, or hold him back until turn 5 to drop and heal. Would Dark Cultist work in that slot or is the 4 attack really important? Cheers.

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I don't have Sylvanas yet. Wich card can I put in this deck to replace her ?

ya... i need some info about that too... maybe enforser is ok till you get silvanas? 6/6/6 +3 hp...

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Sylvanas is really, really vital in Priest. You will rarely see a deck without it, you can play other threats in its place, but the deck will be a lot weaker.

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This deck is not very good in the current meta. Your games depend on if you can get a blade master and circle of healing in your first draw and even then the glad master is usually removed by spells. I reccomend a revision of this deck.

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This deck is not very good in the current meta. Your games depend on if you can get a blade master and circle of healing in your first draw and even then the glad master is usually removed by spells. I reccomend a revision of this deck.

So, please watch Amaz playing this (or very very similar) deck in this not very good current meta at legend rank 178. ^^

 

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Hi. I really like to play priest and i have, or i can craft allmost all of the cards that are listed in this deck. The only cards im not able to get at the time are the ones from Naxxramas. Do you think there is a possibilty to replace them with something, without making the deck much weaker?

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I can't beat this deck http://www.icy-veins.com/hearthstone/hunter-face-aggro-rush-gvg-deckShadow Madness helps but it's not enough. Can i somehow improve my deck or my differently against them. (btw i hadn't get a change to get pyromancer combo)

You could use second Nova or the new Flash Heals. 5HP for 1 mana is very good and often can win you the game against aggro. I personally use 2 Lights of the Naaru. However, these changes will lower your winrate against control.

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