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Hearthstone Legendary Midrange Grim Patron Warrior

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Haven't tried the deck yet, but wouldn't running one charge sort of help mitigate the lack of the old warsong?

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Not really no, you need the big threats or your deck will just run out of gas against any control class that can deal with your Patron board.

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Haven't tried the deck yet, but wouldn't running one charge sort of help mitigate the lack of the old warsong?

 

Yeah, it would mitigate it, but not enough. You're still not going to be able to push through against a Handlock or a Control Warrior by just charging one thing. You can go the Charge route, but you're going to end up just playing a strictly worse version of what the deck was before, this version focuses on a different strategy which actually gives it some merit in its own right.

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If thats the case I'll try another random deck then. I did draw grommash once though.... on my friend's account

 

If you don't want to try the deck because of the needed legendaries, then you can swap them for other late-game threats. Boom is basically a must-have so I recommend crafting him. Anyway, some people on budget swap Grommash and Ragnaros. Although Grom is stronger, he is a class legendary and 1600 for a F2P can be a lot. As for Boom, basically any late-game threat can be used (in my opinion), such as Ysera or sometimes even Alexstrasza. But of course, with these changes, the deck won't be that strong.

 

If you were referring to Sottle's post about differing tactics, I recommend watching streamers. Eloise was playing this deck last stream and I think she will play it again. She was also quite successful with it which also confirms the power of this deck.

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If you don't want to try the deck because of the needed legendaries, then you can swap them for other late-game threats. Boom is basically a must-have so I recommend crafting him. Anyway, some people on budget swap Grommash and Ragnaros. Although Grom is stronger, he is a class legendary and 1600 for a F2P can be a lot. As for Boom, basically any late-game threat can be used (in my opinion), such as Ysera or sometimes even Alexstrasza. But of course, with these changes, the deck won't be that strong.

 

If you were referring to Sottle's post about differing tactics, I recommend watching streamers. Eloise was playing this deck last stream and I think she will play it again. She was also quite successful with it which also confirms the power of this deck.

 

 

I was referring to the fact that I lack any legend whatsoever. I have drawn only 3 legend so far within the month of me playing.

In order: Iron juggernaut(dusted), Baron Geddon and Deathwing. I lack a lot of essential legends in a lot of decks. I also lack most rares too. So are there a budget version for this deck? I have all the cards I need except Grommash and boom

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I was referring to the fact that I lack any legend whatsoever. I have drawn only 3 legend so far within the month of me playing.

In order: Iron juggernaut(dusted), Baron Geddon and Deathwing. I lack a lot of essential legends in a lot of decks. I also lack most rares too. So are there a budget version for this deck? I have all the cards I need except Grommash and boom

 

 

None of the legendaries you have aren't that useful and I recommend disenchanting them and crafting Dr. Boom if you really want to main this deck. If you want to, add me and we can go through all your cards and disenchant the useless ones. 

 

I am not sure about the quality of the deck with such a budget. North Sea Kraken can be used as an extreme budget finisher mixed with a late-game threat, Kor'kron Elite is more versatile and can be used as a removal or a finisher, but lacks the late-game power. Force-Tank MAX is another budget late-game threat and is strong if your opponent didn't draw into BGH. Thaurissan seems somewhat reasonable, too.

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None of the legendaries you have aren't that useful and I recommend disenchanting them and crafting Dr. Boom if you really want to main this deck. If you want to, add me and we can go through all your cards and disenchant the useless ones. 

 

I am not sure about the quality of the deck with such a budget. North Sea Kraken can be used as an extreme budget finisher mixed with a late-game threat, Kor'kron Elite is more versatile and can be used as a removal or a finisher, but lacks the late-game power. Force-Tank MAX is another budget late-game threat and is strong if your opponent didn't draw into BGH. Thaurissan seems somewhat reasonable, too.

 

 

I suffer from the disease that most collectors have. Which is the reluctance to get rid of anything that is very rare. It took me a while to dust the iron Juggernaut, and to be honest I don't feel feel like dusting any more of my legends laugh.png since they have proved to be useful in tavern brawl(the main thing I use to farm gold).

I may as well farm with basic deck& the midrange hunter now anyway since it takes that long to get enough dust for Dr. Boom

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Hello, I need some help please.

I have all the cards for this deck, except for Grommash. I do have a Iron Juggernaut, a golden Sea River and a Varian Wrynn. I would like to know if I should destroy them to create Grommash or if I can keep them and replace Grommash with Varian for example. 

Thank you.

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Hello, I need some help please.

I have all the cards for this deck, except for Grommash. I do have a Iron Juggernaut, a golden Sea River and a Varian Wrynn. I would like to know if I should destroy them to create Grommash or if I can keep them and replace Grommash with Varian for example. 

Thank you.

Although getting Cruel Taskmaster wouldn't be nice, Varian seems like a reasonable "budget" swap. Another finisher (such as Ragnaros) is a possibility as well. However, I would disenchant the Sea Raver.

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Why just "3-Legend"?I think this deck is just as good or even better than the old patron, especially in such a ridiculously fast meta.

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Does anyone else feel you quite often start the game with rather a lot of spells and no minions to take the board? After about 20 games with this deck I feel I don't really need the provided amount of card draw, so I think about switching a Battle Rage for a 2 drop minion, Cruel Taskmaster most likely, which in turn frees up an Inner Rage that may be re-invested into another 2 or 3 drop minion. Activators for Grim Patron etc. are another thing I feel are ever so slightly excessive.

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Can i replace deaths bitte with arcanite reaper till i buy 4th naxx? and i dont have gromash too so i ll be using rag i think.

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Hello! I have played with this deck for a few games and i really like it! The problem is, i can't get below rank 15. I know im not a pro player of heartstone, but have once played at rank 8. Anyways, i think i'm playing the deck wrong. I have readed the text and instructions many times but still don't get it. Can you please help me? mellow.png

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