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Midrange Shaman Wild

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A VERY effective deck.
Should I replace Bloodmage Thalnos with Kobold Geomancer?

Until now that workes well, but I see why Thalnos would be a better card.
Mid / Lategame the 2/2 compared to 1/1 doesnt do a lot, but the card draw is quite good.

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1 hour ago, WedgeAntilles said:

A VERY effective deck.
Should I replace Bloodmage Thalnos with Kobold Geomancer?

Until now that workes well, but I see why Thalnos would be a better card.
Mid / Lategame the 2/2 compared to 1/1 doesnt do a lot, but the card draw is quite good.

The card draw in comparison to lower stats is just too good to pass.
General tips: Unlike rogue, you should almost never play Bloodmage Thalnos in early game to cycle or to have some kind of board presence. You don't need to protect the Bloodmage Thalnos at all cost (which a lot of players do). 

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I just realized that I misphrased my posting. Sorry.
I don't have Thalnos and the best replacement I could think off was Kobold Geomancer.
Or is there a better replacement?

I totally agree that Thalnos is the better solution, and I hope I'll be able to craft him soon.

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4 hours ago, WedgeAntilles said:

I just realized that I misphrased my posting. Sorry.
I don't have Thalnos and the best replacement I could think off was Kobold Geomancer.
Or is there a better replacement?

I totally agree that Thalnos is the better solution, and I hope I'll be able to craft him soon.

Sorry. Kobold Geomancer is the card to go since the release of Spirit Claws and Maelstrom Portal.

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1 hour ago, WedgeAntilles said:

What do u think of Healing Wave instead of Jinyu Waterspeaker?

Vs aggrodecks, chances aren't bad for 14 heal - which is huge for 3 mana.

And I guess Jinyu Waterspeaker has been included mostly because of the new aggrodecks.

Jinyu Waterspeaker is, unlike Healing Wave, fine against control and midrange decks - reno decks and dragon priest. If you face simply way too many aggro decks, you can do the swap. So, Jinyu Waterspeaker is the step between no tech and tech all the way (which is the Healing Wave).

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On 26/12/2016 at 4:17 AM, positiv2 said:

Jinyu Waterspeaker is, unlike Healing Wave, fine against control and midrange decks - reno decks and dragon priest. If you face simply way too many aggro decks, you can do the swap. So, Jinyu Waterspeaker is the step between no tech and tech all the way (which is the Healing Wave).

Jinyu is also a body which can contest the board.

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