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Hearthstone Paladin Hobgolin

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This thread is for comments about our Paladin Hobgoblin Aggro Deck.

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Savjz actually uses King Mukla in his deck instead of Stonetusk Boar.  I've seen the deck in action multiple times by Savjz on YouTube.

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He switches cards a lot, both of those builds have been played at different times.

 

Fair enough.  Could be worth a mention in the information I think.

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hi do you have by casuality some cheap replacements for these 2 cards, they require 700 gold from naxrammas and thats a lot. i follow all your paladin guides and went from rank 25 and just knowing to play the game to rank 7, ive only played this game from like 4 5 days

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hi do you have by casuality some cheap replacements for these 2 cards, they require 700 gold from naxrammas and thats a lot. i follow all your paladin guides and went from rank 25 and just knowing to play the game to rank 7, ive only played this game from like 4 5 days

 

i use a version that doesn't run hobgoblin or ooze(it is kind of similar to the other aggro paladin deck posted on this site,but i have made a few changes according to my taste).it has worked great so far(currently at rank 2 trying to make a push for legend) so if you are missing a couple of cards you can try that first.

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I made my own variation of this deck and it's been working wonderfully the last couple weeks.. i dont have any coghammers or divine favor so i put in a sword of justice and lay on hands. also added muster for battle and quartermasters because relying on drawing the hobgoblins every time isn't very efficient. i've been winning before turn 10 almost 50% of the time. >>current rank14

 

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Any tips, I started playing this at rank 13, since trying iv lost several ranks. Only 1 win with it so far, Good bad matchups?

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hi is there anything i can make changes to this deck by using blackrock mountain cards as i have 2/5 of the cards.

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What about the new Lance  Carrier card in replace of abusive seargent? It is a 1-2 for 2 mana so will get buffed by hobgoblin  and its battlecry effect gives a  permanent + 2 damage not just single turn.

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What about the new Lance  Carrier card in replace of abusive seargent? It is a 1-2 for 2 mana so will get buffed by hobgoblin  and its battlecry effect gives a  permanent + 2 damage not just single turn.

 

Yep, that would be an improvment.

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No Sword of Justice? It activates AFTER a Hobgoblin would buff your minion, so in a perfect hypothetical situation you could have 2 Hobgoblins down and a sword of justice equipped. Dropping a wisp would turn it into a 6/6

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There seem to be a lot of 1 attack minions that could fit in this deck, I was curious if you've tested a bunch of them to come to this final set. Micro Machine, Acolyte of Pain, Imp Master, Novice Engineer, etc.

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Hey Sottle, some questions about this deck:

 

1) If i have stonetusk boar on my starting hand, do i play it turn 1, or do i wait for a trading opportunity?

 

2) Sometimes i´ve got Wisp, ooze etc. stuck in my hand together with divine favor or Jeeves. Is it usually correct to play them without Hobgoblin just to get additional card draw?

 

3) How often do you use hero power with this deck? For instance, would you rather play an argent squire or use Hero Power, if you have 2 Mana left?

 

Sorry for my bad english, and thank you in advance! smile.png

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1. Depends on the matchup, are they likely to be able to deal with it? (Hero Power, Cruel Taskmaster etc.) If not, go ahead and play it.

 

2. Yes, one of the big mistakes with this deck is getting too greedy for Hobgoblin value, you need to play your minions out.

 

3. I would play Hero Power over a 1-drop in most situations to be Mana efficient, but i'd play a 2-drop minion over a Hero Power almost always.

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Hey, thanks for the fast answer! smile.png

 

One additional question: Do you have any advice against Control/Fatigue Warrior? Is there anything you can do once they have their Justicar/Shieldmaiden/Belcher out? Or is this matchup straightup unwinnable?

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Hi Sottle,

 

I think 2x Lance Carrier and 1x Sir Finley would be a good addition to update this deck.

 

But what should be removed in oder to make room for them?

 

2x Abusive Sergeant and 1x Stonetusk Boar?

 

Thanks and BR,

Senshi

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