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Hearthstone Face Hunter TGT

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This thread is for comments about our Face Hunter deck for TGT.

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No Leeroy this time around? Still a viable replacement for Arcane Golem? Or not recommended?

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Not so much in this deck since it's a little more board focused, trying to get minions to attack twice where possible etc. Leeroy will almost never attack twice and gives your opponent 1/1s to clear up Divine Shields and such.

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Just can't get past rank 7.  At that point, it gets to be a 50/50 winrate, if that.  Pretty sure I'm making all the right decisions.  I end up losing when the opponent has 1-4 health, it's usually close, but like I said that seems to be the point I can't progress past.  Any tips would be appreciated.

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Gasp!!! I'm actually playing Face Hunter for the first time.  I'm having a lot of fun with this deck.  Thanks for the article. 

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Facehunter is still a viable deck and a perfectly fine choice to reach rank 5 for the epic reward. Not sure though if it's good enough in the dragon priest / control warrior heavy meta to reach legend within a reasonable amount of time.

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Facehunter is still a viable deck and a perfectly fine choice to reach rank 5 for the epic reward. Not sure though if it's good enough in the dragon priest / control warrior heavy meta to reach legend within a reasonable amount of time.

FH is always a good choice to grind legend.even when it's not in a particularly good spot,it's still more than capable of having over 50% win rate,and given how fast your games will go that's all you need anyway.

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4th paragraph of 3.Strategy mentions a Wolfrider+Hero power move, however, Wolfrider is not present in the deck, fix it.

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Hey Sottle, Just wanted to say I love your guides and use almost all of them in my ranked play. Additionally do you think theres anyplace for Core Rager in this deck. I seem to be top decking along near turn 6 or so and I imagine he could be a decent addition. Just wanted to get your thoughts.

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Nah, when you're topdecking like that, you want to draw damage, not a minion your opponent can remove before it attacks.

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Is there a reason this deck doesn't play 2 iron-beak owls? That card seems to be invaluable against cards like sludge belcher. 

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Is it possible to replace quick shot? In that case which card(s) should I replace it with?

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Is it possible to replace quick shot? In that case which card(s) should I replace it with?

Arcane Shot

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I love this deck. Very quick building up damage and raking stars like crazy. I rarely seen late game stuff. Just wondering when should I upgrade to Mid-range/beast Hunter to get more solid answer to late game threat? Rank 5?

 

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The deck is listed as being able to hit Legend, and it can. Just because another deck is more expensive does not make it an upgrade, Face Hunter is a very very good deck and has only got better due to the nerf of Patron Warrior which was one of the best counters to it.

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Any further tips on mulligan strategies in general, as well as against specific match-ups?  I think that's probably my key to rising further than rank 5.

 

Cheers!

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I can't even get past 14, I am hard stuck... Not sure what i'm doing wrong, but its rough when other people are getting stuck on 5...

 

anyone want to watch a game and tell me what I did, I'm open to that as well... Love the deck, just can't move past 14.

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I'm happy to do that if you can record a game and post it here.

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i was playing with this deck and had quite a lot of success. I was wondering weather I should swap the 2 Knife Jugglers for 2 Timber Wolves, as the Unleash the Hounds - Knife Juggler combo costs 5 mana and knives more often then not hit some minion instead of the face, whereas Unleash the Hounds - Timber Wolf costs 4 Mana, gives the same amount of Attack points and you can usually directly hit the face with it.

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i was playing with this deck and had quite a lot of success. I was wondering weather I should swap the 2 Knife Jugglers for 2 Timber Wolves, as the Unleash the Hounds - Knife Juggler combo costs 5 mana and knives more often then not hit some minion instead of the face, whereas Unleash the Hounds - Timber Wolf costs 4 Mana, gives the same amount of Attack points and you can usually directly hit the face with it.

Timber Wolf works only with beasts and is a 1/1, whereas Knife Juggler is a 3/2 that works with any minion. He isn't there just for the Juggler + Unleash combo, he is a strong card overall. 

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I dont know whats wrong with my deck. Can someone help me and give some tipps? danini#2660

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