Damien

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Guys, I know copy-pasting to win time is easy, but seriously, give the part about Eaglehorn Bow a rewrite:

 

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Since you play so many Secrets in this deck

 

There is all of a whopping two (yes, 2!) secrets in this deck! The chances that you get your booty violently plundered by pirates play the whole game without even seeing one of them is quite high. Secret Hunter this deck ain't!

 

PS: same remark for the budget version. 

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42 minutes ago, Keizoku said:

Guys, I know copy-pasting to win time is easy, but seriously, give the part about Eaglehorn Bow a rewrite:

There is all of a whopping two (yes, 2!) secrets in this deck! The chances that you get your booty violently plundered by pirates play the whole game without even seeing one of them is quite high. Secret Hunter this deck ain't!

PS: same remark for the budget version. 

Thank you for pointing this out. Sottle will be fixing it soon. There might be a better long-time solution for issues of this kind on the way.

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Just suggesting why no snake trap (knife juggler synergy) or houndmaster (so many beasts) ? I really dislike dispatch kodo unless its buffed .. 

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Thank you for this deck, Sottle!  Hunter was the next deck on my rotation for laddering on my f2p account.  Very tough challenge in this meta.  However, I just got to rank 12 on EU server today with my version of this deck.  I think it's good considering how badly Hunter is doing right now. 

My changes: -2 Rat Pack, -1 Dispatch Kodo (don't have them); +1 Snake Trap, +1 Houndmaster, +1 Call of the Wild.  (Luckily I had already crafted Leeroy.) 

My goal with f2p account is to hit rank 10 every month, so we'll see if I can make it this time.  The deck is very interesting to play.

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