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Legendary Hunter N'Zoth Midrange Wild

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This thread is for comments for our Legendary Hunter N'Zoth Midrange Wild deck.

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Nice, but currenty does not work, 2 days, over 100 games and still rank 7. I am an experienced player, every month at least rank 3, but this deck is about luck, and not about skill. Ok, sometimes its funny, but thats all....

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19 minutes ago, Guest Baku said:

Nice, but currenty does not work, 2 days, over 100 games and still rank 7. I am an experienced player, every month at least rank 3, but this deck is about luck, and not about skill. Ok, sometimes its funny, but thats all....

Could you please provide a replay?

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Hi all, what about flare or eater of secrets? In  these days when every second class uses secrets it might be reasonable, what do you think? Thanks in advance.

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5 minutes ago, Guest Lojzik said:

Hi all, what about flare or eater of secrets? In  these days when every second class uses secrets it might be reasonable, what do you think? Thanks in advance.

Eater of Secrets is good only when you deal with 2 or more secrets at once, which is common only when facing Secret Paladin. Flare is in non-secret matchup a 2 mana cycle, which is simply not good enough. The best counter to decks with secrets is Kezan Mystics, which is acceptable even if you don't face a secret class, and when you do, it is better than Eater of Secrets or Flare, except for Secret Pally matchup.
So, go for Kezan Mystic if you want to get rid of opponent's secrets.

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52 minutes ago, positiv2 said:

Eater of Secrets is good only when you deal with 2 or more secrets at once, which is common only when facing Secret Paladin. Flare is in non-secret matchup a 2 mana cycle, which is simply not good enough. The best counter to decks with secrets is Kezan Mystics, which is acceptable even if you don't face a secret class, and when you do, it is better than Eater of Secrets or Flare, except for Secret Pally matchup.
So, go for Kezan Mystic if you want to get rid of opponent's secrets.

Ok, thanks, which card do you recommend to replace?

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5 hours ago, Guest Lojzik said:

Ok, thanks, which card do you recommend to replace?

Webspinner or one of the traps, or any card that you miss.

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Hello,

If I may please ask what you think would best replace Quick Shot for someone who didn't buy the xpacs?

Regards,

Ro

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3 hours ago, Guest Ro_PMG said:

Hello,

If I may please ask what you think would best replace Quick Shot for someone who didn't buy the xpacs?

Regards,

Ro

King's ElekkDeadly Shot or second Knife Juggler. However, if you find yourself in need of late-game power quite often, even tough it should not be the case with this deck, you can run Infested Wolf or Tomb Spider. If you often play against mages, try Loatheb.

I recommend you to buy at least one BrM, as the first wing contains many high quality cards, such as Emperor ThaurissanQuick Shot or Grim Patron.

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