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Hearthstone Lady Naz'jar

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This thread is for comments about our Lady Naz'jar guide for League of Explorers.

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I defeated Heroic Lady Naz'jar with this F2P deck.

Lady Naz'jar's hero power transforms all minions on the board at the end of her turn, but those on her side are increased in mana cost.
You will need some way to abuse this mechanic to turn the game in your favour: You need to play minions every turn, token-generating minions are excellent. Other Battlecry minions work as well because they already give value when played.
Always clear the board to deny Lady Nazj'ar benefit from her hero power.

F2P Shaman (0 Dust)
Inspiration 1: http://www.hearthhead.com/deck=141098/loe-nocost-solver-nazjar
Inspiration 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_Fhi4rjB3I

2x Elven Archer
2x Rockbiter Weapon
2x Voodoo Doctor
2x Acidic Swamp Ooze
2x Flametongue Totem
2x Jeweled Scarab
2x Murloc Tidehunter
1x Brann Bronzebeard
2x Hex
2x Ironforge Rifleman
2x Razorfen Hunter
2x Dragonling Mechanic
2x Windspeaker
1x Bloodlust
2x Stormpike Commando
2x Fire Elemental

Mulligan for Elven Archer, Voodoo Doctor, Murloc Tidehunter.
Difficulty: Medium (may take up to 10 tries).

 

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My silence druid beat Heroic Naz'jar on its first attempt.

 

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I didn't even need a Savage Roar for lethal. Naz'jar had gotten me down to 10 health by Turn 5, but from then on, I had board control. She doesn't have many big minions in the deck, because she relies on her hero power to increase the size of little ones over time. Once you have a sizeable board set up, it's easy to maintain control. Through smart trades, clear her board every turn. You don't have to worry about leaving your minions damaged, because they will have full health again once they have been transformed by Naz'jar's hero power.

 

*Silences are near useless in this fight. I just wanted to see if I could beat her with one of my pre-existing decks.

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