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N'Zoth Control Warrior Standard

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This thread is for comments about our N'Zoth Control Warrior Un'Goro Standard Deck.

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I like this version of N'Zoth control, the armor gain can snowball and alone can win you the game. I am currently playing it with -1 I Know a Guy and -1 Faceless Manipulator for +1 Chillmaw and +1 Ragnaros the Firelord.  It makes for a Stronger N'Zoth swing and gives Barnes two more amazing targets, one of which can further boost N'Zoth's swing. 

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Why play such a deck when aggro pirate is way easier and way stronger?

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1 hour ago, Guest Brabbel said:

Why play such a deck when aggro pirate is way easier and way stronger?

Because some people do not enjoy playing aggro decks. I personally play this deck because it's nice to see suddenly full board of high value minions.

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If you're matched against a jade druid, just concede. You can't win.

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5 hours ago, Guest Kagu said:

If you're matched against a jade druid, just concede. You can't win.

If you draw well and are able to push your opponent and get an early, yet beefy N'Zoth, the Corruptor, you'll be able to win. Jade druid is a very bad matchup indeed, but not an unwinnable one. You just need to have the blessing of RNGesus.

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3 hours ago, positiv2 said:

If you draw well and are able to push your opponent and get an early, yet beefy N'Zoth, the Corruptor, you'll be able to win. Jade druid is a very bad matchup indeed, but not an unwinnable one. You just need to have the blessing of RNGesus.

Jade druid is not the only unwinnable matchup, many things are. I've played so many N'Zoth decks in last 2 seasons, shaman and rogue mainly, and also some hunter and priest. And, just a tiny bit of warrior. I love playing this card for real, and I really wish, after next expansion, it becomes one of the stronger cards of the meta. But for now, it is not I think.

They are so slow, only matchup this deck consistently beats is reno decks, N'Zoth as a late game threat is so bulky most of the time, the turn it is played, it is over. Kazakus doesn't always bring you polymorph all. So, if you see so many reno decks, this is a good counter. 

 

 

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Too slow, too weak. Usually dead before you can even think about N'Zoth.

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8 hours ago, Guest Wanderer said:

Too slow, too weak. Usually dead before you can even think about N'Zoth.

N'Zoth warrior decks are indeed quite weak in current meta, as are N'Zoth, the Corruptor decks as whole now, with the exception of N'Zoth paladin.

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