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Thank you for this deck! I had great time with the "old" leg control priest! :)

However, in this case I don't have these legendary cards: Ysera, Vol'jin and Justicar Trueheart.

 

Can I replace them with something else? Dr Boom for Ysera for example?

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The guide says that Dr Balanced is in this deck, but don't see the same in the list.

ave some of the most powerful late-game plays in the game available to you in the form of Cabal Shadow PriestDr. Boom, and Sylvanas Windrunner

 

Also any replacement for Justicar? Would any of confessor/emperor/Boom/loatheb work? Or another removal like BGH/ Shadow word death?

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The guide talks about using Dr boom but don't see it in the decklist.

Can i use Boom instead of Justicar? If not what can i replace Justicar with?

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I dont know ether...

Dont have Justicar and Ysera, I put in Dr. Balanced and one Mind Control hopefully this will work wink.png

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Justicar helps alot with surviving late game. Also if you have auchenais on the board, dealing 4 damage for 2 mana is actually pretty good.

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Having a hard time with holy champion to sticking. Any advice?

 

There isn't much to do about it, you don't have cards to bait out the removals (except for Ysera, but you really should bait out with her). Take it as an advantage: they use removals on Holy Champions resulting in Ysera living longer. That means you should be happy when Holy Champion dies to a spell as your Ysera and Auchenai will live longer. 

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Having a hard time with holy champion to sticking. Any advice?

 

Don't worry about it. It's a perfectly fine 3/5 for 4 most of the time, it's not like it's your win condition. If you play it and your opponent has to use removal on it, all the better for your late game cards like Ysera.

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Any replacements for Justicar and Ysera? 

 

Hard to answer without knowing what you have. Justicar is not directly replaceable, so you just want to use another flexible card like Loatheb, Harrison, a Sludge Belcher etc. Alternatively you could use a situational Priest card like Shadow Madness or Mass Dispel.

 

Ysera, just another late-game win condition. Whatever you have. Ysera is by far the best for the job in this deck, but another big card in your collection will do the trick.

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Yeah Paletress can fit in easily in most Priest decks as a direct replacement for Ysera, or to run alongside it if you're encountering a lot of slow Control games. A Priest with both Ysera and Paletress is pretty heavily favoured in most Control matchups.

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Hi

 

I keep loosing with this deck vs Control Warrior (now with double bash, Justicar and Gorehowl). Gorehowl is insane vs this deck.

 

¿Any modifications or is just that I am a bad player smile.png?

 

Regards

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Nope, it's just a bad matchup, it happens in Hearthstone, every deck has them. Priest just struggles against Warrior in general because they don't have the aggression to put Warrior under enough pressure, because of that they can use their weapons freely just to clear out all your minions and save their removal for your bombs. You can increase your winrate by playing around Brawl successfully, saving Ysera until they're out of removal etc, but it is hard.

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This deck is actualy very waek. My wining ratio is like 30% :\ Losing to any agro deck, with bad draft to any deck....

 

Would like to see some1 who done range 5+ with this deck biggrin.png

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I have Sylvanas but not any of the other ones. Sottle said Ysera can be replaced with a big minion that finishes out the game so i took Dr Boom. Should I craft Justicar or Vol'Jin First? Who's higher priority for this deck? I don't really care about which one is more commonly used since I don't have enough dust to make most decks anyway. I'm just gonna put in a replacement for the one I don't have so also which one can you replace the easiest? Thanks in advance for answers

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This deck is actualy very waek. My wining ratio is like 30% :\ Losing to any agro deck, with bad draft to any deck....

 

Would like to see some1 who done range 5+ with this deck biggrin.png

 

Did you read the intro? Zetalot was Rank 1 Legend with this deck. That's quite a lot higher than Rank 5 since it's the highest you can possibly get in the game :P

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I have Sylvanas but not any of the other ones. Sottle said Ysera can be replaced with a big minion that finishes out the game so i took Dr Boom. Should I craft Justicar or Vol'Jin First? Who's higher priority for this deck? I don't really care about which one is more commonly used since I don't have enough dust to make most decks anyway. I'm just gonna put in a replacement for the one I don't have so also which one can you replace the easiest? Thanks in advance for answers

 

Vol'jin is the more replaceable effect since it's essentially another big removal for the deck and can be replaced with another removal card.

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I'm gonna ask almost the same question again xD. Ysera or Vol'Jin? I know Ysera can be replaced by finishing card and Vol'Jin can be replaced by removal. I have trouble pushing for that last piece of damage against for example counters like control warrior and I'm quite often kinda close so Ysera would work there but I also know with Vol'Jin i can really use removal without gaining tempo. What should I do? 

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How important is the Zombie Chow?  Would it be replaceable with any early game 1 drop? That single card makes this deck not f2p so i'm wondering could it actually make that much of a difference. If it is replaceable should it be replaced with Injured Kvaldir that has the potential to be a 2/4, a stealth 1 drop, or another removal? I'm assuming not another late game card since this deck is so heavy already.

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How important is the Zombie Chow?  Would it be replaceable with any early game 1 drop? That single card makes this deck not f2p so i'm wondering could it actually make that much of a difference. If it is replaceable should it be replaced with Injured Kvaldir that has the potential to be a 2/4, a stealth 1 drop, or another removal? I'm assuming not another late game card since this deck is so heavy already.

A Shadow Word Death or Holy Smite are acceptable in my opinion. Kvaldir takes away your turn 2 play if you want to heal him and can be easily killed by any 1-drop if you go second. Zombie Chow makes no difference that this deck is F2P. All Naxxes can be bought within 2 months and are definitely worth it, especially when you have the remaining cards. 

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