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Hearthstone Legendary Dragon Control Paladin TGT

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This thread is for comments about our Legendary Dragon Control Paladin deck for TGT.

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I do not currently have Ysera, which would be the better replacement between these two: Nefarian or Deathwing?

The guide states Deathwing can take his place. Nefarian is too slow and the value of 2 random spells is usually bad. Deathwing can often be dead card in your hand, but can be a saviour as well.

 

This thread is for comments about our Legendary Dragon Control Paladin deck for TGT.

The link does not work. The deck's name is Legendary Paladin Control Dragon TGT (dragon and control are reversed).

 

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Wow, this deck decisively beats secret paladins. Thanks a lot!

I am currently 7-1 against them around rank 6 and the only loss was due to some very unlucky draws. Main reason being able to neutralize the mysterious challenger easily as this deck runs several counters to it in form of 2xEquality, 2xConsecration, 2xAldor and 1xOwl.

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hi been running the deck for month.. Now I switched out.

any updates on this with the new low cards.

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ivs been running with bronzebeard for muster and instead of zombie Cho I've got one extra healbot. I've remved knife jgglee for keeper of uldaman.

 

im.still new at this game so was wondering if ppl had more insights. I really like the dragon control paladin. Also if any one has links to good games with similar dragon paladin decks could u post here. So I can watch and learn.

tks all

 

 

 

I hope we get a nice updated version or ideas for this deck

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 I think Dragon Consort might my second Favourite card, after Summon Stone. I like Dragon pally; been running it Often.

 

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On 11/18/2015 at 0:52 PM, sc47 said:

Wow, this deck decisively beats secret paladins. Thanks a lot!

I am currently 7-1 against them around rank 6 and the only loss was due to some very unlucky draws. Main reason being able to neutralize the mysterious challenger easily as this deck runs several counters to it in form of 2xEquality, 2xConsecration, 2xAldor and 1xOwl.

 

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