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Wall Shaman Standard No LoE

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This thread is for comments about our Wall Shaman Standard deck (no LoE).

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This is odd, but the description talks a lot about the importance of Doomsayer, and exactly how to use it in this deck, but Doomsayer is in neither the Deck List nor the Card Swaps area of the deck.

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Seems like there is a bit of contradiction between the deck described and the deck that is actually posted. For example Doomsayer is listed as a key element against aggro but it's not even in the deck. Similarly the guide says you can substitute something for a faceless manipulator but there are already two in the deck.

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6 hours ago, Guest TomBolger said:

This is odd, but the description talks a lot about the importance of Doomsayer, and exactly how to use it in this deck, but Doomsayer is in neither the Deck List nor the Card Swaps area of the deck.

We realized :p It's been added

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How would this particular deck last against a wild deck? Would it be doable? Maybe even bad? Or would it make no difference?

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2 hours ago, Guest Zettez said:

How would this particular deck last against a wild deck? Would it be doable? Maybe even bad? Or would it make no difference?

What kind of wild deck do you have in mind? "Wild deck" is too broad to tell whether you have a chance to win.
You would definitely be in a disadvantage, and the same goes for every standard deck when fighting a wild deck.

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Yeah if you want to play Wild you should really be taking advantage of the more powerful cards that are available in Wild, Naxx and GvG are the most powerful sets by far.

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After updating the Doomsayer issue, there's a new problem in the Card Swaps section. It mentions that a Bog Creeper can be substituted for a Faceless Manipulator, but there are already 2x of each in the deck. You can't make a substitution of a card for one that already exists in the deck at maximum. 

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