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Hearthstone Midrange Reno Jackson Highlander Paladin LoE

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This thread is for comments about our Midrange Reno Jackson Highlander Paladin deck for LoE.

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Very fun deck, any place in this for sword of justice and or kvaldir raider?

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How would you counter this deck, or any deck with Reno?

 

Play control decks or super aggressive decks that can kill the opponent before turn 6 (or before he draws Reno). I would go with playing control decks because freeze mage is popular and that is surely one of the worst matchups for aggro. You could also play Priest, wait until your opponent drops Sylvanas, you will then play Auchenai and kill the Sylvanas and hope that your opponent drops Reno and you win. But playing control is bit more consistent.

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What should I cut from list if I want to run 2x of zombie chow, shielded mini bot, and muster ?

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What should I cut from list if I want to run 2x of zombie chow, shielded mini bot, and muster ?

 

Nothing. The deck is built around Reno Jackson and if you want to play multiple copies of cards, play Midrange Paladin instead. 

If you deliberately want to run 2 of these cards, cut one Gadgetzan Jouster, one Haunted Creeper and one BGH/MCT/Owl depending on meta.

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This deck really lacks card draw, more card draw might make it more constent. Cult master worked for me because the deck is very minion heavy.

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I've been enjoying this deck quite a bit, but over time I've morphed it into my own version... Most of the cuts (except Sylvanas which I don't have) were because I didn't find the cards as useful) Here is what I did. Whatever you do, make room for cult master. It's a must have.

-1 coghammer

-1blessing of kings

-1 zombie chow

-1 gadgetzan jouster

-1 haunted creeper

-1 big game hunter

-1 sylvanas windrunner

+1 argent protector

+1 jeweled scarab

+1 cult master

+1 spellbreaker

+1 psych-o-tron

+1 ysera

+1 elise starseeker

 

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I don't have Keltuzhad , Trueheart, and Sylvanas , what can I replace them with ? :/

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