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With Keeper of Aldaman, should I save it for taunts against control/"longer" lasting decks, or use it with tempo and/or maintaining maximum mana usage?

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With Keeper of Aldaman, should I save it for taunts against control/"longer" lasting decks, or use it with tempo and/or maintaining maximum mana usage?

Depends on your matchup. When you play against aggro, buffing your own minion is often good enough. If you play against control, keeping it as a removal tool (unless you have another in your hand) is generally better. 

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Why is King Mukkla mentioned?  Is that an alternative to put in the deck?  If so, what should be dropped?

It is an anti-aggro tech card (as it gives you a reasonable Divine Favor even against them). Blessing of Might could go away as it doesn't help you that much against aggro decks. 

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Hello, I dont have access to LoE... So what would be replacament for 2x Keeper of Aldam and Sir Finely Mrrgglton? i also dont have Leeroy ...

 

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Hello, I dont have access to LoE... So what would be replacament for 2x Keeper of Aldam and Sir Finely Mrrgglton? i also dont have Leeroy ...

 

Not to put too fine of a point on it... but not having the Keepers or Leeroy makes for this deck being a bit underpowered.  Frankly, ANY all-out Aggro that doesn't feature Leeroy is hurting.

 

For the Keepers, you would have to use the more specific Paladin cards, Humility/Aldor Peacekeeper to weaken their attack, or Equality to weaken ALL healths.

 

There's simply no replacing Finley... there's not another card in the collection that even comes close to mirroring his ability.  Pick your favorite 1 or 2 mana stompy you own and run with it.

 

Same story with Leeroy... pick your favorite vanilla charger... Reckless Rocketeer or whatever, in that mana bracket range and keep at it until you can build/earn the missing pieces.

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Hello, I dont have access to LoE... So what would be replacament for 2x Keeper of Aldam and Sir Finely Mrrgglton? i also dont have Leeroy ...

Just use cards that are found in this deck and are not included in the "main" one. Also, instead of Leeroy, you can use Truesilver Champion or an Argent Horserider

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is it ok to change out finley and leerow with 1x wolfrider and 1xargent horserider?

Yes, and I actually prefer the deck that way.

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is it ok to change out finley and leerow with 1x wolfrider and 1xargent horserider?

Asd a budget swap? Yes.

As a meta swap? Only the Argent Horserider with Leeroy. 

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What u say about current meta, can I take legend with this deck. I like this build much more then meta secret paladin, but can i rlly achiev legend, if my best rank 3-4? or i will need x3 games to do that? smile.png

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This deck fucking sucks. Any attempt to get aggro cards and every character you bring out is countered by every other deck in the game.

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What u say about current meta, can I take legend with this deck. I like this build much more then meta secret paladin, but can i rlly achiev legend, if my best rank 3-4? or i will need x3 games to do that? smile.png

 This deck can take you to legend, but I would prefer midrange paladin or secret paladin as they have much better matchups. Also, when you play aggro, you can afford to have a bit lower winrate but still rank up as fast as you would have with other decks.

 

This deck fucking sucks. Any attempt to get aggro cards and every character you bring out is countered by every other deck in the game.

I don't really understand. You don't have aggro cards, yet you play this deck, and what does "bringing out characters" even mean? by the terminology you are using I guess you have never been past the rank 15 mark.

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I, actually, learn to much things from this website, i even cant count how many, and here my big hug to Sottle.
Anyway, I wanna ask opinion about metasnapshot on metastrom place. What u think about their tier list? Its actually says mid range palladin tier 3, and aggro paladin tier 4, but here this decks still positions like meta decks. Why such big difference?

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TempoStorm's snapshot is somewhat reliable, but sometimes they are not that accurate up to the point of complete nonsense. Their first two tiers are mostly made of decks that belong in there, but their third and fourth often contains decks that do not belong in there.

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Meta snapshots are the points of view of(usually experienced) players. It doesn't always hold up in the meta you are facing at the ranks you play or your play style with each individual deck. 

 

 

I for one can say I played this deck to legend before TGT and had about 70%+ win rate against every hunter archetype, despite the fact tempostorm had it listed as a 50/50 match up, take from that what you will.

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I, actually, learn to much things from this website, i even cant count how many, and here my big hug to Sottle.

Anyway, I wanna ask opinion about metasnapshot on metastrom place. What u think about their tier list? Its actually says mid range palladin tier 3, and aggro paladin tier 4, but here this decks still positions like meta decks. Why such big difference?

 

It's not really a big difference, they're still listing those decks as meta as well, just not overly strong in it. There's a whole bunch of decks that they don't list, those are the ones that we have the in the fun category because they're completely outside the meta.

I do disagree with a lot of Tempo Storms rankings though, like when they had Face Shaman as the best deck in the game when it just clearly wasn't.

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Got legend with this deck 2 days ago with a 64% win rate from rank 5-legend, would definitely recommend just understand how to Mulligan efficiently.

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Hey Sottle

 

What do you think about putting a Bloodknight or a Molten Giant into the Aggropala deck?

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I, actually, learn to much things from this website, i even cant count how many, and here my big hug to Sottle.

Anyway, I wanna ask opinion about metasnapshot on metastrom place. What u think about their tier list? Its actually says mid range palladin tier 3, and aggro paladin tier 4, but here this decks still positions like meta decks. Why such big difference?

 

It's not really a big difference, they're still listing those decks as meta as well, just not overly strong in it. There's a whole bunch of decks that they don't list, those are the ones that we have the in the fun category because they're completely outside the meta.

I do disagree with a lot of Tempo Storms rankings though, like when they had Face Shaman as the best deck in the game when it just clearly wasn't.

 

Hey Sottle

 

What do you think about putting a Blood Knight or a Molten Giant into this deck? And in place of which cards would you put them?

 

 

Peace Tom

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