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Hello everybody! I'm working on getting cards for the Shaman Legendary Malygos Combo deck here on Icy Veins (http://www.icy-veins.com/hearthstone/legendary-shaman-malygos-combo-brm-deck) and also the staple Midrange Shaman cards like Defender of Argus and Dr. Boom. However, I don't have a lot of dust to craft legendaries and I don't want to make two expensive decks because it would take forever. The Malygos deck looks very fun to play but loses a lot because it sucks on board the entire game. I'd like to make it more consistent by making it more board-oriented, and that means running cards like haunted creeper, nerubian egg, flametongue totem, fire elemental, etc.

 

One of the few advantages of this hybrid is that your opponent would think that you're running a standard Shaman deck but then when turn 10 comes around you just yolo and otk 30 damage in one turn and scare your opponent and make them piss their pants. 

 

However, I'm not an expert like Sottle and I suck at deckbuilding, so I would like the community's help in putting together a consistent list that combines a standard Midrange Shaman deck with Malygos Shaman. I think this brew will be very interesting and fun to play, so I am looking forward to what you guys have to say. Thanks! 

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