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Legendary Tempo Warrior Standard

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took 1 weaponsmith for an korkron elite, what do you think?

Depends on the way you play the deck, having the 2/2 weapon can help you control the board better, but definitely not a bad replacement.

 

 

I do not have cairns and malkorok. Which one should i craft first and why?

Since n'zoth deathrattles decks are pretty popular nowadays (especially rogue, paladin) i would go for cairne since he is played in many other decks.

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Missing Varian Wrynn for this deck, so I've been using Y'Shaarj instead.

Although I can see how Varian is a better choice, Y'Shaarj effectively does the same thing, just more slowly.

For reference sake, I also preferred Sylvanas over Malkorok, and switched Cairne for Harrison to tech for all those Doomhammers.

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On 28. 5. 2016 at 3:30 AM, Guest Silverhawk said:

grommash or varian

Grommash Hellscream is useful in more decks, so I'd go with Gromm as the card to craft, if that's what you're asking.

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13 hours ago, Guest Ari said:

How do you beat Control Priest with this deck?  Or, really, any priest deck at all?

You hit them in the face, repeatedly.

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i love this deck. i run Sylvanas instead of Malkorok due to the high number of C'thuns. play her on turn 10 (9 if you have the coin) and it forces them to kill her before they can play C'thun, giving you at least one more round for victory (and if they play C'thun with her on the board, enjoy your new C'thun). 
also, i was running into the problem of too much draw, either burning cards or hitting fatigue way to fast, so i pulled one Slam and one Battle Rage out and replaced them with two Mortal Strikes, which work great for clearing the board of annoying 4 health minions.

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51 minutes ago, Blainie said:

Rafaam also a possibility?

I'd say no because he is the opposite of tempo. If one finds himself in the need of Arch-Thief Rafaam (or any fatigue win card, such as Ysera) with this deck, it might be better to switch decks or play more aggressively.

He could be used as a swap for poor players though, together with Sir Finley Mrrgglton.

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16 hours ago, positiv2 said:

He could be used as a swap for poor players though, together with Sir Finley Mrrgglton.

Yeah, he just felt like an OK big body to put in for someone that doesn't have a collection but has adventures.

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