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Best substitute for Wickerflame? I have all the cards cept for him. I used Don Han'Cho for the time being. But I am thinking a second Aldor might be the better sub. What do you think?

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4 hours ago, Guest Alex said:

Best substitute for Wickerflame? I have all the cards cept for him. I used Don Han'Cho for the time being. But I am thinking a second Aldor might be the better sub. What do you think?

Wickerflame is used as aggro counter .. You could try a mistress of mixtures/ dirty rat (anti-aggro), acolyte for draw or another Aldor/ Ivory Knight or even a getaway kodo .. In the end use any card that suits your playstyle .. This is Savjz's list that he played yesterday on his stream ... https://www.twitch.tv/savjz/v/113766396

1x Forbidden Healing 
2x Mistress of Mixtures (Later changed to 1x Dirty Rat and 1x MC tech)
2x Equality
1x Aldor Peacekeeper
2x Consecration
2x Truesilver Champion
2x Solemn Vigil 
2x Ivory Knight 
1x Ragnaros, Lightlord 
1x Tirion Fordring
2x Anyfin Can Happen 
2x Bluegill Warrior
2x Doomsayer
2x Acolyte of Pain
2x Wild Pyromancer
2x Murloc Warleader
1x Barnes 
1x Finja, the Flying Star 

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7 hours ago, Guest Alex said:

Best substitute for Wickerflame? I have all the cards cept for him. I used Don Han'Cho for the time being. But I am thinking a second Aldor might be the better sub. What do you think?

Yeah, second Aldor Peacekeeper is a better swap. You could also go for second Ivory Knight or second Hammer of Wrath, though the Hammer might be too slow at times.

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0-11 worst deck i've played ever. probably the community will not see a worst deck like this in the future. 

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3 hours ago, Reokar said:

0-11 worst deck i've played ever. probably the community will not see a worst deck like this in the future. 

This deck is fairly complicated to play properly. It requires quite a lot of experience, so I would suggest playing the deck a bit more or reading the guide. Also, could you please upload some replays, so we can see where the issue lies?

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