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Legendary Warrior C'Thun Anti-Aggro Standard

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This thread is for comments about our Legendary Warrior C'Thun Anti-Aggro Standard deck.

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57 minutes ago, mgoetze said:

Only 11 games in with this deck, but I feel like I want to play a Revenge, perhaps cutting one Blood to Ichor. Thoughts?

If you feel like you need more 1 damage aoe's other than Ravaging Ghoul, then yeah why not.

I don't think that Blood To Ichor is the right card to cut. This card can give you insane tempo on turn 2, if your opponent plays something like Tunnel TroggArgent SquireVoidwalker. The 2/2 Slime is also a really nice body to have.

If i were you, i would cut Slam, seems like the most flexible card in the deck to me, and as i see in the replacements section, Sottle agrees as well.

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2 hours ago, CodeRazor said:

If you feel like you need more 1 damage aoe's other than Ravaging Ghoul, then yeah why not.

I don't think that Blood To Ichor is the right card to cut. This card can give you insane tempo on turn 2, if your opponent plays something like Tunnel TroggArgent SquireVoidwalker. The 2/2 Slime is also a really nice body to have.

If i were you, i would cut Slam, seems like the most flexible card in the deck to me, and as i see in the replacements section, Sottle agrees as well.

Definitely the better choice, good suggestion.

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On 11/8/2016 at 9:43 AM, Fuky said:

I don't have Justicar and Sylvanas... can i still play this deck pls?

Justicar is a pretty vital card, honestly. As soon as it is played, it allows you to simply out-"heal" the enemy. Without it, you will lose pretty much every Warrior mirror matchup unless you get a lucky, very early C'thun that isn't removed. Unfortunately, without Sylvanas too, it's unlikely they won't have removal for C'thun. 

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