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N'Zoth Resurrect Priest Wild

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Nice addition!  I was just playing with a deck similar to this today.  I don't have Lightbomb, so it's a bit less control oriented.  Instead of auchenai/circle/cleric, I went more deathrattle-heavy, with shifting shades and deathlords.  I've only played a few casual games with it so far, but it was a ton of fun playing taunt after taunt, pulling out enemy battlecry minions with my deathlords, resurrecting my taunts, stealing my opponent's cards with shifting shades, and then bringing back a crazy board with N'Zoth.

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On 10/27/2016 at 8:44 PM, Guest Nadrog said:

Nice addition!

Hey there! I'm glad to see that you've found a version of the deck that works well for you! Good luck with taking it up the ladder!

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Pretty cool deck.. First time playing wiled today, I needed a change from standard.  Think i mite try out the legendary N'zoth controll next. I'm a big fan of priest decks there're so much fun to play. I hope people keep updating the wiled deck lists =] 

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Can this deck really get you to legend if played correctly ? , If so can you give me more advice on how to play it please :D

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10 hours ago, Guest SundayPunch said:

Can this deck really get you to legend if played correctly ? , If so can you give me more advice on how to play it please :D

Yes, this deck can get you to legend if played properly.

Providing us with a replay would be great and would allow us to help you with specific issues.

The most common mistake players do is rushing N'Zoth, the Corruptor on turn 10. It is okay to wait for more turns to play more deathrattle cards. 
Players often play Northshire Cleric on turn 1, which is a misplay against many decks and classes, such as ramp druid, warriors or shamans.
If you have issues with aggro, include Deathlords. If have you issues with control, include second Entomb.
Tro ty bait AoEs before playing N'Zoth, the Corruptor, especially against warrior.

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21 hours ago, Guest SundayPunch said:

Can this deck really get you to legend if played correctly ? , If so can you give me more advice on how to play it please :D

I think you can... I started playing this deck on Thursday and I have reached rank 10 so far. I made one swap due to secret paladin, Hunters and secret mage. I swapped out Velen's Chosen for Eater of Secrets..

Positiv2 Has given you some great advice. Take your time don't rush and it really helps if you can work out right away what type of deck you're playing so you can save cards to counter them later on in the game.

Good luck =]

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51 minutes ago, Guest SundayPunch said:

Thanks for the advices, I will try to send you a replay of one of my games in the next days !

If you have any issues with recording or uploading a replay, let me know through a PM or through Battle.net (my B.net tag is in my signature).
Looking forward to hearing from you again soon.

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3 hours ago, Guest SundayPunch said:

Where can I find your signature  ? :/

Signatures can be found in the bottom of each post of users that have set them. 

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So, my B.net tag is positiv2#2908

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1 hour ago, positiv2 said:

Signatures can be found in the bottom of each post of users that have set them. 

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So, my B.net tag is positiv2#2908

I sent you a friend request , thanks for the help !!

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3 hours ago, positiv2 said:

Excavated Evils, extra EntombCairne Bloodhoof, depends on what you face often. You could also try Shadow Word: Pain as we discussed over Battle.net and see how they work for you.

I got the lightbombs , but I failed on an important thing, I forgot that you need the expansion blackrock to get resurrect. any card to replace it with ( I'm trying to get the 700 gold)

 

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9 hours ago, Guest SundayPunch said:

I got the lightbombs , but I failed on an important thing, I forgot that you need the expansion blackrock to get resurrect. any card to replace it with ( I'm trying to get the 700 gold)

Resurrect is a pretty important part of the deck, honestly. It allows for tempo by bringing back a powerful minion, it can add more power to N'zoth and it fills a horrible slot of early game for Priest.

I'm honestly not sure what you can replace it with. @positiv2

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16 hours ago, Guest SundayPunch said:

I got the lightbombs , but I failed on an important thing, I forgot that you need the expansion blackrock to get resurrect. any card to replace it with ( I'm trying to get the 700 gold)

Resurrect is the key difference between this deck and regular N'zoth control priest. I recommend you to stick with the deck without Resurrect until you get the card.

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