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This thread is for comments about our Legendary Midrange Shaman Deck for TGT.

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Hey Sottle! Is there a solid replacement for Al'Akir? Perhaps bloodlust?

 

You can try it sure, i'd rather have another midrangey minion like a Belcher or Fireguard Destroyer though.

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what if i dont have naxx, i.e. no haunted creeper

 

I solemnly believe Haunted Creeper is the best card in Shaman, but you can replace it with Annoy-o-Tron if needs be.

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Hey Sottle! Is there a solid replacement for Al'Akir? Perhaps bloodlust?

 

You can try it sure, i'd rather have another midrangey minion like a Belcher or Fireguard Destroyer though.

Which would be best, belcher/fireguard/crackle/or a Draenei totemcarver maybe? Instead of the Al'Akir.. Also, is there a place for feral spirit in this deck at all, and if not, why? Just curious about your thoughts. Thanks in advance, mate! Cheers! :-)

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should you coin the totem golem on your 1st turn?

 

Probably not, no. Unless you have something to do the next turn, which is unlikely.

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Hey Sottle! Is there a solid replacement for Al'Akir? Perhaps bloodlust?

 

You can try it sure, i'd rather have another midrangey minion like a Belcher or Fireguard Destroyer though.

Which would be best, belcher/fireguard/crackle/or a Draenei totemcarver maybe? Instead of the Al'Akir.. Also, is there a place for feral spirit in this deck at all, and if not, why? Just curious about your thoughts. Thanks in advance, mate! Cheers! :-)

 

I don't like Dranei at all, Probably Belcher would be my first choice.

Feral Spirit is just a "where do you find the room?" issue, the deck is packed pretty tight.

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i don't have Either of the legendaries, but i have Neptulon. How do you think the Mistcaller would be in replacing Al'Akir?

 

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I feel that using neptulon then the mistweaver to give all the murlocs +1/1 is a strong play

 

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Hi Sottle! Awesome deck as always! Wanted to ask on your opinion of inlcuding Justicar and Garisson Commander in this deck. Viable or will it make the deck weaker?

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Do you think Vitality Totem could be a viable anti-face option instead of the new healing spell? It heals for a minimum of 4 and then absorbs at least 3 damage from the opponent, for 2 mana. Being a totem and a minion, it could occasionally also benefit from the buffs of the deck if not destroyed.

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I was watching Gaara stream and he said totem golem is a terrible card, if so why is it included here?

 

Sometimes people are wrong. Gaara historically has some very strange opinions on cards, but he might be right, time will tell.

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Hi Sottle! Awesome deck as always! Wanted to ask on your opinion of inlcuding Justicar and Garisson Commander in this deck. Viable or will it make the deck weaker?

 

Nah, doesn't sound great to me.

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Do you think Vitality Totem could be a viable anti-face option instead of the new healing spell? It heals for a minimum of 4 and then absorbs at least 3 damage from the opponent, for 2 mana. Being a totem and a minion, it could occasionally also benefit from the buffs of the deck if not destroyed.

 

I like Healing Wave more as a healing option, 14 Health is just instantly game winning against an Aggro deck.

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Do you think Vitality Totem could be a viable anti-face option instead of the new healing spell? It heals for a minimum of 4 and then absorbs at least 3 damage from the opponent, for 2 mana. Being a totem and a minion, it could occasionally also benefit from the buffs of the deck if not destroyed.

 

I like Healing Wave more as a healing option, 14 Health is just instantly game winning against an Aggro deck.

 

Remember that the entire point of running a healing card is to protect against outright dying to aggro. Healing wave not only gives you that huge chunk of life immediately, but is far more likely to get its joust effect to trigger in the only matchup it truly matters.

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