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This deck, has a very very limited use case. You basically, no matter what deck you face, have to have a perfect early game to even have a chance. The ability to build a Worgen to kill shot capability is very very difficult. Even on turn 8 or 9 you have a limited chance to do full damage. Because you have very few minions, early control / survival is difficult. Once you do play your combo'd Worgen, you have one chance to use him. Meaning, unless you have somewhere near a 25 point combo (difficult even with a very good draw) you are just simply going to not do enough damage to finish them.

 

This deck is good against beginner decks, but, other than that, is very easy to play against. Out of the 10 or so games I've used it, I only won about a 25-30% win rate. You just simply don't have enough to deal with early game control and end up getting dwindled down while waiting for that 25-30 point combo. Thaurissan is pretty much a 100% must for this deck to work, if you don't draw him, be prepared for a pretty easy defeat by the opposing player.

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This deck, has a very very limited use case. You basically, no matter what deck you face, have to have a perfect early game to even have a chance. The ability to build a Worgen to kill shot capability is very very difficult. Even on turn 8 or 9 you have a limited chance to do full damage. Because you have very few minions, early control / survival is difficult. Once you do play your combo'd Worgen, you have one chance to use him. Meaning, unless you have somewhere near a 25 point combo (difficult even with a very good draw) you are just simply going to not do enough damage to finish them.

 

This deck is good against beginner decks, but, other than that, is very easy to play against. Out of the 10 or so games I've used it, I only won about a 25-30% win rate. You just simply don't have enough to deal with early game control and end up getting dwindled down while waiting for that 25-30 point combo. Thaurissan is pretty much a 100% must for this deck to work, if you don't draw him, be prepared for a pretty easy defeat by the opposing player.

Well, the guide itself says that you will hard hard time playing against deck with fast starts.

You can't have 25% winrate with 10 games.

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I've had a decent winrate of 50% with this deck, but I replaced Slam with Bash, which works incredibly better in almost all cases. You already have plenty of card draw anyway. It is true you need to Thaurissan at least a Worgen or Faceless Manipulator and Charge, otherwise you cannot win at all. Against an Ice Block, you can directly concede.

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Well, another deck I shouldn't have crafted. Early decks overrun you, control clears you up unless you can OTK, which is insanely difficult with this deck.

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