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4 hours ago, TheEviscerator said:

Replaced patches and tirion for don han cho and leeroy,would it work?

Han'cho is too slow and causes loss of tempo. If you don't have either of the cards you replaced, Ragnaros the Firelord would be alright.

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Guest Leonmorte

so, i don't have patches and only one each of small=time and marshal, what should i swap for?

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1 hour ago, Guest Leonmorte said:

so, i don't have patches and only one each of small=time and marshal, what should i swap for?

Consecration (for AoE and face damage at the same time), one Acidic Swamp Ooze (to deal with pirate warriors), and one Knife Juggler (to add to the aggression) should be good enough.

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On 12/04/2016 at 8:10 PM, positiv2 said:

Han'cho is too slow and causes loss of tempo. If you don't have either of the cards you replaced, Ragnaros the Firelord would be alright.

Ragnaros the Firelord? Maybe this would work if you're going to play wild. To my full regret Ragnaros isn't available for standart since yesterday..

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3 hours ago, Guest Fishbot said:

Ragnaros the Firelord? Maybe this would work if you're going to play wild. To my full regret Ragnaros isn't available for standart since yesterday..

At the time of posting, Ragnaros the Firelord was available in standard. Currently, Wolfrider can be used a low-budget swap if you are missing cards from the decks and do not have the cards in the swap section to temporarily use.

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Guest Moby

First of all thanks for this nice guide. 

Is it viable to replace rallying blade by sword of justice?

and what would be better (probably more expensive) options for argent and worgen? Got some dust left, but not enough to get patches..

 

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2 hours ago, Guest Moby said:

First of all thanks for this nice guide. 

Is it viable to replace rallying blade by sword of justice?

and what would be better (probably more expensive) options for argent and worgen? Got some dust left, but not enough to get patches..

Rallying Blade has much better stats and can be used for immediate impact, whereas Sword of Justice is much slower and cannot be used to clear the board that well.
Argent Squire and Worgen Infiltrator are in the deck to allow you to have a very strong start and have more minions to draw into with Small-Time Recruits, and get more value out of Divine Favor (as your hand will often be empty). I do not recommend swapping them out.
If you don't have Patches the Pirate, you can use Argent Protector.

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Guest qal

i've played around with this deck a little bit, and 1 small-time recruits seems like enough. Do you think it's fine to replace with an argent protector, or is there a more aggressive option? Is there an important reason to have 2 small-time recruits?

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4 hours ago, Guest qal said:

i've played around with this deck a little bit, and 1 small-time recruits seems like enough. Do you think it's fine to replace with an argent protector, or is there a more aggressive option? Is there an important reason to have 2 small-time recruits?

If you don't face the need to draw more, you can include the Argent Protector, or you can include Leeroy Jenkins or Emerald Reaver, or tech cards, such as Acidic Swamp Ooze, or Aldor Peacekeeper.

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