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TIFU by not paying attention while playing Reno

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Playing a Reno shaman deck vs mage.

Early in the match I use a Master of Evolution on a Jeweled Scarab and it makes me a Brann. Next turn I cast Elise, which puts 2 maps in my deck.

Cue late game turn where I'm at 13, expecting the double fireball to the face. Top deck Reno, drop it, nothing happens. Spent a couple minutes after the match, extremely confused, looking over the deck list trying to find what I missed.

Always pay attention to your cards interactions and make sure Reno has his glow. Don't be hasty.

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10 hours ago, shig said:

Had the same thing with a Kazakus, left me baffled. Put it down to Cabalist's Tome or something???

can't really be The Tome of resources. since that only adds stuff to your hand, not your deck. anything that puts something in your deck can be a liability in reno/kazakus decks. this is the exact reason I run deck trackers. that way I know precisely what's in my deck

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1 hour ago, Shine said:

can't really be The Tome of resources. since that only adds stuff to your hand, not your deck. anything that puts something in your deck can be a liability in reno/kazakus decks. this is the exact reason I run deck trackers. that way I know precisely what's in my deck

If you have a  Forgotten Torch and get another from Tome, then you have to be careful with it.

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1 hour ago, Elestan said:

If you have a  Forgotten Torch and get another from Tome, then you have to be careful with it.

ah that could be it. I was trying to think of mage cards that shufle but I didnt think about double unfair torch

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yeah but that's a rogue card so not really impacting kazakus ^^ (Reno rogue a thing?)

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Shit, did I just have the whole beneath the ground card wrong... I somehow thought it shuffeled into your own deck. boy, do I feel stupid now

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