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Hearthstone Battlecry Mage Control LoE Deck

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This thread is for comments about our Battlecry Mage Control deck for LoE.

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The second to last paragraph explaining the discover mechanic has a typo that may not be so great for the younglings. XD Lets just say the word "deck" may actually say something else ! Anyhow just crafted this deck and loving it! Lot of fun have been following Icy-Veins for awhile now and really love these amazing decks!


 


While it can be tempting to always pick the highest impact card from Ethereal Conjurer, this dick is often not...


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Wouldn't illuminator be a decent fit for this deck? I actually don't see much point in using the ice block otherwise, as even if you survive for one turn with it you will mostly be dead the next turn since the deck plays little burst and you won't reliably heal for over 8 in most turns. It also messes up turns where you want to get duplicate from scientist too, which is bad when you are so reliant on duplicating key cards.

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Ive been playing around with differing variants of this deck, J4CKIECHAN has dragon version, which is pretty good 

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I would just like to say I've cut one frostbolt for the illuminator like I've mentioned and the deck has been a killed so far(currently breezing through rank 3 making people wonder what the hell they are playing against every turn). Druids are a problem for this deck, as they usually are for grinder-type mage decks, but so far I seem to be doing fine against everything else.

 

 

Remember people, there's nothing wrong with basing your deck choices off of people who make a living out of the game, but in the end you shouldn't be afraid to make changes according to your own personal taste and what you are facing.

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The second to last paragraph explaining the discover mechanic has a typo that may not be so great for the younglings. XD Lets just say the word "deck" may actually say something else ! Anyhow just crafted this deck and loving it! Lot of fun have been following Icy-Veins for awhile now and really love these amazing decks!

 

While it can be tempting to always pick the highest impact card from Ethereal Conjurer, this dick is often not...

 

 

Haha, whoops!

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This deck is a lot of fun. Been playing it awhile now in casual and having a blast. Just about always gets them to fatigue. Its incredible how many board wipes you can play on your opponent. Also the biggest key to this deck is just getting a ton of Sludge Belcher from Duplicate and Echo of Medivh!

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sorry playing regular for fun and reached max ranked 5 in 4 months...dont have time DUH!!!!! to play continuasly ! but as tryed and enjoyed it - best deck ever for TRUE MAGE!

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I uh....double whoops. 

 

It's 100% fixed now though, sorry guys. Won't someone think of the children!

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I removed both frost bolts and replaced them with another sheep and elise 

works great! 

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