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Budget Aggro Shaman Standard

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This thread is for comments about our Budget Aggro Shaman Gadgetzan Standard Deck.

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2 hours ago, PalioDeMonte said:

Hi everybody,

I wonder if there are any suggestions for a replacement for Small-Time Buccaneer after the nerf. Maybe Devolve?

Second Southsea Deckhand or maybe a copy of Argent Squire

Devolve doesn't fit the theme. It is used to control the big boards your opponent have, or the ones you have hard time reacting, for slower shaman decks. Could get rid of some big threats, buffed minions, annoying deathrattles and etc. But this deck is quite powerful in early game, swarms the board in the blink of an eye, and holds it effectively. Before facing a threatening board, you should win the game anyways.

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2 hours ago, PalioDeMonte said:

Hi everybody,

I wonder if there are any suggestions for a replacement for Small-Time Buccaneer after the nerf. Maybe Devolve?

Devolve is too hit-and-miss. Shamans use it to deal with 'annoyances' (Tirion FordringSylvanas Windrunner,...) where anything else is preferable on the board.

Either go for other early game minions As FanOfValeera said, a Lightning Storm that will actually clear the board instead of making it less threatening or a good ole Bloodlust.  

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