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Hearthstone Legendary Midrange Shaman LoE

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This thread is for comments about our Legendary Midrange Shaman deck for LoE.

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First: Sorry for my bad english.

This Deck ist totally useless against Rush-Decks lol.,,  And 80% of all players using these Decks. I got Rank 4 this Month with other Classes but with this deck cant win even on un-ranked biggrin.png

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Replacement for fireguard?

Probably Defenders of Argus, they are great against aggro and you will often have minions that will be able to get buffed.

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With the amount of overload in this deck would Unbound Elemental or Lava Shock Make sense? If so in place of what?

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As a general rule, if I haven't included a card in the deck or mentioned it in the card swaps, then I don't consider it valid.

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With the amount of overload in this deck would Unbound Elemental or Lava Shock Make sense? If so in place of what?

Thanks

You could probably replace a lightning bolt with lava shock

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I'm having a really hard time trying to get this deck to work, following the guide as closely as possible, I've played 5 games in a row and only won 1 game and that's cause the person quite before the game started.

 

I've tried many of the other decks offered by Sottle and have not had issues getting a 50/50 win ratio as much as this one.

 

I've only been testing this in casual play, so it's really surprising that there is this much struggles.

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I'm having a really hard time trying to get this deck to work, following the guide as closely as possible, I've played 5 games in a row and only won 1 game and that's cause the person quite before the game started.

 

I've tried many of the other decks offered by Sottle and have not had issues getting a 50/50 win ratio as much as this one.

 

I've only been testing this in casual play, so it's really surprising that there is this much struggles.

Midrange Shaman has had a bad time for quite some time. Also, it plays differently to other Shaman builds and proper trading is extremely important. I recommend you to play aggro shaman instead as it is a better deck right now.

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