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Malygos Token Druid Standard

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37 minutes ago, Guest BennyBrode said:

Whats up with the moonfire in the general strategy guide that is displayed when mousing over it?

It's the incorrect Moonfire(ID111)/Moonfire(ID619). The tooltip is actually a token card from Keeper of the Grove's Choose One effect. Thanks for pointing it out.

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I know bloodmage is a hard card to replace, but right now I don't have it yet, so I would like some suggestions on what to replace it with in this deck.

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1 hour ago, Guest Antique said:

I know bloodmage is a hard card to replace, but right now I don't have it yet, so I would like some suggestions on what to replace it with in this deck.

Kobold Geomancer is a decent replacement, but you lose out on the card draw. If you specifically feel you need the card draw, take Loot Hoarder

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The whole reason why Bloodmage Thalnos is played in Druid decks : how impactful a cheap Spell Damage for them. Buffing up a Swipe saved my bacon so many times I can't even count. If you want to replace him, Kobold Geomancer FTW and there is no other option. Card draw is nice, but you're here for the main dish, not a Deathrattle dessert.

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Wow Sottle, this deck is insane with how many win conditions there are- great job!

i never played a constructed Druid deck before and have no real idea what I'm doing yet, but I have been going straight up the ladder with only a single loss so far. Even when being completely dominated, that old God legendary usually turns the tables on opponents

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2 hours ago, Abelcain said:

Wow Sottle, this deck is insane with how many win conditions there are- great job!

i never played a constructed Druid deck before and have no real idea what I'm doing yet, but I have been going straight up the ladder with only a single loss so far. Even when being completely dominated, that old God legendary usually turns the tables on opponents

Good for you! I have no idea what I'm doing when I play Druid too, and I've played Constructed Druid since Beta!

 


I think that Malygos Token Druid is the true weapon of choice at the moment. IMO So far it had surpassed the original Wisps version as well as more contemporary Midrange Yogg strategy, and even its no-Teacher brother. Numerous tournament performance and ladder popularity included. Once again, I get into "a shame I dusted this Legendary a year ago" club.

It appears to me that getting ahead on mana, casting a bunch of spells and drawing a bunch of cards is more sound strategy when your plan on using them is to hardcast a big wacky stupidsmart dragon and point some direct damage at your opponent's face rather than stain your honor with any creature-related scheme.

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really Good Deck. it's a little bit strange but i change the Mire keeper for Mukla, Tyrant of the vale. the 2 banana = 2 more spell u can play for Yogg and the arcane giant, you can try to make a bigger voilet +1/1 token or boost fandral. i play it for now 1week and i really like it

Sottle. can u give me a feedback on this change ? :D

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On 10/27/2016 at 2:57 AM, Guest LeGeMeauX said:

really Good Deck. it's a little bit strange but i change the Mire keeper for Mukla, Tyrant of the vale. the 2 banana = 2 more spell u can play for Yogg and the arcane giant, you can try to make a bigger voilet +1/1 token or boost fandral. i play it for now 1week and i really like it

Sottle. can u give me a feedback on this change ? :D

It's an interesting change, if it's working for you then well done. I think the main problem, however, is that it limits you. M,TotV is a 1-dimensional card. It does what it says and you use it for token buffing.

Mire Keeper is a card that can be used in multiple different ways, whether you require ramping, token generation for a combo or simply board presence. Personally, I think MK is more versatile, but as I said, if you enjoy using Mukla, keep doing it.

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3 hours ago, Guest Thaurissan said:

Emperor Thaurissan should be added to this deck

Not necessarily, you aren't try to OTK the opponent, but rather slowly kill him with the onslaught of your small minions and possibly finish him off with a 12 damage combo of Malygos and Moonfire. Playing a 6 mana 5/5 in a deck that has a gameplan such as this is not that great - it's not bad, but you could find better cards to include.

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