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Budget Murloc Aggro Paladin Standard

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This thread is for comments about our Budget Murloc Aggro Paladin Gadgetzan Standard.

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i havent bought LOE yet so I don't have Meanstreet Marshall. Is there a suitable replacement till i get get him?

 

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12 hours ago, Guest equinox said:

i havent bought LOE yet so I don't have Meanstreet Marshall. Is there a suitable replacement till i get get him?

 

Meanstreet Marshal is a Gadgetzan card, not a League of Explorers card. Anyway, depending on what you feel you need:

Loot Hoarder if you need more card draw.

Worgen Infiltrator if you want more 1-drops.

Blowgill Sniper if you want more Murlocs.

- 1 or 2 finishers if you want more reach. Depending on what you have available, pick 2 from Argent HorseriderArgent CommanderReckless Rocketeer and The Walking Catastrophe

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 Umm... How "Meanstreet Marshal" fit into this deck? and how to use it effectively in game play? the best way is to buff it with "Abusive Sergeant" first before attack?

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1 minute ago, 7Heavens said:

 Umm... How "Meanstreet Marshal" fit into this deck? and how to use it effectively in game play? the best way is to buff it with "Abusive Sergeant" first before attack?

Since this deck runs a ton of buffs, like Smuggler's Run or the aforementioned Abusive Sergeant,  Meanstreet Marshal draws card more often than not, meaning that his value is simply amazing, especially when compared to Loot Hoarder, where you pay one less mana for the same amount of stats.

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No tinyfin = not a true murloc deck .. Please change deck name to Pseudo Murloc Aggro .. Too many wannabes .. 

I dint use meanstreet .. Instead put in 1 equality and 1 corrupted seer .. 

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4 hours ago, peekaboo said:

No tinyfin = not a true murloc deck .. Please change deck name to Pseudo Murloc Aggro .. Too many wannabes .. 

I dint use meanstreet .. Instead put in 1 equality and 1 corrupted seer .. 

Given the current meta, Equality is not really needed for good Corrupted Seer. Instead, consider running one (or two, in place of the Seer) Steward of Darkshire.

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1 hour ago, 7Heavens said:

Any replacement for Gentle Megasaur? please suggest... :) Running out of dust right now... :(

The deck will certainly lose a bit of power without it due to its strong ability to cement your board position and even be used as a finisher.

I'd suggest another Murloc such as Bilefin Tide Hunter or Truesilver Champion/Consecrate as a temporary replacement.

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