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19 hours ago, Guest Fire said:

Thank you very much: done at second attempt with C'Thun priest

Glad to hear it. Did you use my list or your own? Would love to see any differences if you used another one!

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Guest Elasticus

Can't thank you enough for this deck.... I did the boss over 30 times with many decks.... Won from first try , thanks a lot . (replaced Trueheart with Twin Emperor, she wasted all charges from hand to kill them)

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On 9/17/2016 at 10:58 AM, Guest Elasticus said:

Can't thank you enough for this deck.... I did the boss over 30 times with many decks.... Won from first try , thanks a lot . (replaced Trueheart with Twin Emperor, she wasted all charges from hand to kill them)

Glad to hear it worked for you :)

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Guest dereksmalls

Confirmed - Priest C'thun deck is awesome. Didn't even need Bronzebeard in the end!

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1 hour ago, Guest dereksmalls said:

Confirmed - Priest C'thun deck is awesome. Didn't even need Bronzebeard in the end!

I feel like a father seeing my child succeed. You have done me proud!

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Hey guys, so I recently purchased One Night in Karazhan and have just been burning through it to get the cards really quick.   I went to this guide and everything went fine,  but I wanted to let you know that the link to the Cheap Free Medivh! Priest Deck (Normal Mode)       https://www.icy-veins.com/hearthstone/cheap-free-medivh-priest-deck-normal-mode            is titled: basic-card-only Mage deck for Free Medivh! In Normal Mode;  in the guide.  Also, I'm not sure if it matters,  but I was using the site on my iPhone rather than my PC.  Another thing I noticed as well, is that underneath those links,  there is a link stating to go to the General Discussion forum for help, with a link there instead of here to Guide Comments, but where it says " comments (x) "  it brings you here. This might be intentional,  I'm not sure, I just figured people would normally come here for help.     I hope this is helpful in some way,  I'll also try to provide a screenshot of what I'm talking about. 

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@theline93x2Thanks for pointing it out. We will be fixing it soon.

As for the General discussion/Link thing, clicking on General Discussion should send to you there, and the X comments should send you to a thread about the guide you were just viewing, in this case it should send you here. If you need help in general, e.g. when I am not sure when to trade with aggro decks, I go to general discussion. When I don't know when to trade with a hybrid hunter, I go to the deck's thread
Tl;dr: intended

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Guest Kill me please

I dont get this, I have spent 12 hours, playing god knows how many mathces, using both the above priest and pally deck and I don't even get past turn 6. 

I have spent an additional 8 hours trying the shaman resurrect deck as well. I can survive longer in that one but still havenet even gotten to the boss with the Kel'Thuzad.

This is ridiculous. All i see are comments saying... yeah got it in 1st/2nd try etc and I''m like... WTF!?

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Guest Anyfin

Hello,

How exactly does the Anyfin deck work? I managed to get it all set up, pushed him to Malchezaar phase, then cast Anyfin, but I was only at 7 health so I had to use my Bluegill's to clear his infernals and my Warleader's had summoning sickness. Next turn I cast Anyfin, but didn't have anywhere close to lethal.

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1 hour ago, Guest Anyfin said:

Hello,

How exactly does the Anyfin deck work? I managed to get it all set up, pushed him to Malchezaar phase, then cast Anyfin, but I was only at 7 health so I had to use my Bluegill's to clear his infernals and my Warleader's had summoning sickness. Next turn I cast Anyfin, but didn't have anywhere close to lethal.

That's the issue - if you Anyfin Can Happen into face only once, you get 16 damage for the first one and 30-32 damage for the second one, which is not lethal. Both Anyfin Can Happen and you are at 46-48, so you only need to deal 12 damage past that, which should not be a huge problem. 
The biggest problem is drawing what you need. You will often need to restart to complete it with the paladin deck. You can alternatively use a deck with N'Zoth, the Corruptor, which should not be as draw dependent as the murloc deck, but has lower burst potential and can be much more easily dealt with.

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On 9/14/2016 at 3:43 AM, Blainie said:

So, here's the advice/list as promised:

  • You are building an ultra control Priest, with the aim of stalling until your C'thun is buffed beyond belief.
  • When you are ready, play Emperor to reduce Brann and C'thun.
  • Transition into Malch, then play both.
  • If you don't have any of the cards, let me know and I'll do my best to give a suggestion for replacement.

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I tried responding before having an account but I don't think it ever posted. What would you recommend for this deck with current cards (August 2017) - classic, old gods, gadgetzan, and un'goro? I've played ranked against C'Thun priests, but I don't think they get up as high as needed in this case? I haven't gone through the whole list, but don't think that Power Word: Glory is available anymore, not sure how many others also need replacing? I realize this is nearly a year after your original post, so TIA if you are able to respond.

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10 hours ago, agcereniv said:

I tried responding before having an account but I don't think it ever posted. What would you recommend for this deck with current cards (August 2017) - classic, old gods, gadgetzan, and un'goro? I've played ranked against C'Thun priests, but I don't think they get up as high as needed in this case? I haven't gone through the whole list, but don't think that Power Word: Glory is available anymore, not sure how many others also need replacing? I realize this is nearly a year after your original post, so TIA if you are able to respond.

All encounters are in wild mode, which means you will be able to use Power Word: Glory in your deck.
The rank the deck can achieve does not matter in heroic adventures, as those require you to use a specialised deck most of the times (and this is the case).
Additionally, the decks used by AI in encounters do not change, and if the deck was used to defeat the boss, it can be used to do that again without making any changes.

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I used a priest C'thun deck. first try:

### Custom Priest
# Class: Priest
# Format: Standard
# Year of the Mammoth
#
# 2x (1) Northshire Cleric
# 2x (1) Power Word: Shield
# 2x (2) Beckoner of Evil
# 2x (2) Loot Hoarder
# 2x (2) Twilight Geomancer
# 2x (3) Acolyte of Pain
# 2x (3) Disciple of C'Thun
# 2x (3) Twilight Elder
# 2x (4) C'Thun's Chosen
# 2x (4) Hooded Acolyte
# 2x (5) Crazed Worshipper
# 2x (5) Twilight Darkmender
# 2x (6) Skeram Cultist
# 1x (7) Twin Emperor Vek'lor
# 2x (8) Doomcaller
# 1x (10) C'Thun
#
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#
# To use this deck, copy it to your clipboard and create a new deck in Hearthstone
 

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