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Grim Patron Warrior Wild

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Im gonna try to build a form of this deck once i get the rest of naxx expac, but i will still lack the 3 legendaries listed (Grommash, Dr. Balanced and Sir Murloc) are there any okay replecements for them? i barely have legendaries (only have malygos and Emperor as of now, but plan to get all the naxx legedaries soon) so are cards like loatheb and kelthuzad and even emperor any good to replace the legendaries i lack for this deck? also, any good substitute for armorsmith? only have about 500 dust and dont wanna spend them crafting such a specific card, was planning on getting a couple of knife jugglers or something like that,

 

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Im gonna try to build a form of this deck once i get the rest of naxx expac, but i will still lack the 3 legendaries listed (Grommash, Dr. Balanced and Sir Murloc) are there any okay replecements for them? i barely have legendaries (only have malygos and Emperor as of now, but plan to get all the naxx legedaries soon) so are cards like loatheb and kelthuzad and even emperor any good to replace the legendaries i lack for this deck? also, any good substitute for armorsmith? only have about 500 dust and dont wanna spend them crafting such a specific card, was planning on getting a couple of knife jugglers or something like that,

 

Thanks in advanced biggrin.png

This deck isn't really viable without all the late-game power. You could try Loatheb, KT, Shredders and a Cruel Taskmaster, but the deck will have much lower winrate than it would have with all the needed cards.

Armorsmith is used in Control Warrior, Dragon Warrior, Midrange Patron, Fatigue Warrior and Reno Warrior. I don't really think you will miss the dust. 

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Why Kor'kron Elite over Piloted Shredder?

They can be used as finishers, board control tool, if you're racing for damage they also help.

 

Anyway, I played patron from rank 14 to rank 3 with 60%+ winrate. Paladins and druids are still easy to beat, but this deck does extremely well against face shamans, Renolock (they run only 2 or 3 AOEs and you simply out tempo them), Priests often don't have that much board clears or they have to waste lightbomb on a Frothing (happened a few times). 

 

Although this deck is still very powerful, the more I play it the more I miss Warsong, it's such a shame they nerfed it like that sad.png

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what can i substitute for sir finly and gromash. I'm thinking loatheb and cruel taskmaster, but I'm also thinking gorehowl instead of taskmaster, since it would make a better substitute for gromash.

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Gorehowl is not really a replacement for Grom. Taskmaster, 2nd Corsair, and Loatheb are the best cards to go into the deck if you're making changes.

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So i'm short a grom hellscream at the moment. I do however have a leeroy, would that be a viable replacement for the burst damage? granted it's not near the power of grom. It's the best I have and the only thing missing from this deck build is my lack of a grom. thanks in advance. cheers.

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So i'm short a grom hellscream at the moment. I do however have a leeroy, would that be a viable replacement for the burst damage? granted it's not near the power of grom. It's the best I have and the only thing missing from this deck build is my lack of a grom. thanks in advance. cheers.

Did you read the comment above you? It answers the question you ask. If you are too lazy, the recommended minions are Taskmaster, Corsair and Loatheb.

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Trying to learn this deck by playing in casual at the moment and having fun from the off. Can anyone recommend good YT vids or archived Twitch streams for this one? The guide is great and all but there's nothing like seeing someone who knows what they're doing actually play the deck.

 

Coming across a LOT of Face Shamans and thinking that Harrison Jones might be an excellent thing to have right now. What should I drop for him? I'm thinking probably Finley because he's not much use in these matchups anyway.

 

Small thing: The guide text mentions Loatheb but he's not in the build.

Sottle, have you played this one on stream? And have you considered linking guides to your archived Twitch videos?

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Trying to learn this deck by playing in casual at the moment and having fun from the off. Can anyone recommend good YT vids or archived Twitch streams for this one? The guide is great and all but there's nothing like seeing someone who knows what they're doing actually play the deck.

 

Coming across a LOT of Face Shamans and thinking that Harrison Jones might be an excellent thing to have right now. What should I drop for him? I'm thinking probably Finley because he's not much use in these matchups anyway.

 

Small thing: The guide text mentions Loatheb but he's not in the build.

Sottle, have you played this one on stream? And have you considered linking guides to your archived Twitch videos?

I can recommend StrifeCro's video of him playing Midrange Patron (he has more of them, so you can look for those). 

That would be a reasonable swap, but your winrate will go down a bit against non-aggro decks.

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So I ran into the original creator of this deck, Crane333, on ladder yesterday, and he told me that he has stopped using this particular build a long time ago. He said finley isn't that great and that he now plays belcher, cruel task, and shredders over kor'krons. Just an FYI if you are thinking of updating this decklist.

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I also dropped Finley for a Belcher and swapped the Elites for Shredders. I just about prefer the Shredders but there's not a lot in it. Sometimes you really miss the Elites but the Shredders are better on curve I think.

 

I love this deck. The synergies in it are just insane. A Berserker just solo'd a game for me at 11 attack on turn 6 and 18 on turn 7, thanks to his Imp-losions and my Death's Bite and Unstable Ghoul. One dead Zoolock on turn 7. And I still had seven cards in my hand, including both Patrons and Grom. I'm looking at the replay in disbelief.

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So I ran into the original creator of this deck, Crane333, on ladder yesterday, and he told me that he has stopped using this particular build a long time ago. He said finley isn't that great and that he now plays belcher, cruel task, and shredders over kor'krons. Just an FYI if you are thinking of updating this decklist.

Belcher instead of finley, shredders over kor'krons, so what does cruel task replace?

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funny how random decks at rank 17-20 beat the crap out of you using this deck

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 Any thoughts on the viability of this deck in standard? Shredders can be swapped back to Kor'krons, Dr. 7 can easily be replaced by any large threat, but Death's Bite will be hard to replace. I've been experimenting with a simple Arcanite, but it simply doesn't have that effect.

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Any thoughts on the viability of this deck in standard? Shredders can be swapped back to Kor'krons, Dr. 7 can easily be replaced by any large threat, but Death's Bite will be hard to replace. I've been experimenting with a simple Arcanite, but it simply doesn't have that effect.

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Hi! I just opened Grommash in arena award, and I have all except second frothing berserker, how can I replace it? Thanks.

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Hi! I just opened Grommash in arena award, and I have all except second frothing berserker, how can I replace it? Thanks.

You can use any card from the swap section, but I am sure that you can find 100 dust somewhere hidden in bad cards.

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Hi! I just opened Grommash in arena award, and I have all except second frothing berserker, how can I replace it? Thanks.

You can use any card from the swap section, but I am sure that you can find 100 somewhere hidden in bad cards.

 

it took me one day to translate that sentence, please don't omit "dust" next time. I'll try to use kor'kron elite, saving dust for some more rare card.

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Oh, sorry. I gotta admit that I wasn't perfectly sober when I made that sentence.

Although Kor'kron might save you dust, Frothing has simply higher value and can grow huge, especially in aggro/pally meta.

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