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10 minutes ago, TheEviscerator said:

Any space for stampede or dinomancy?

Been playing Stampede..so far I've found it fairly underwhelming and right now I'm removing it to add another body, which is generally all that it ever gets me.  At least this way, I'll be able to pick what's in my deck.

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I ended up replacing her with acidic wamp ooze you lose 1 point of pressure but you can easily make up for it by hitting raging war axe or even a sulfuras in top deck mode.

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I'm trying out something similar, but it has less high powered cards since  I don't have either Swamp King Dred or Bittertide Hydra, so my most expensive card is 6 mana.   I'm sad that Call of the Wild seems to be too expensive for the meta anymore though.  

One thing I did notice is no way to deal with really massive units, such as the 28/28 Edwin Vancleef I ran today.  To that end I added a pair of poisonous Stubborn Gastropods to the mix.  Ideally I'll be able to combo them with the Tundra Rhino to deal with threats like that, or the bigger taunts that Warriors are carrying for their quest.

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8 hours ago, Mursilis said:

I'm trying out something similar, but it has less high powered cards since  I don't have either Swamp King Dred or Bittertide Hydra, so my most expensive card is 6 mana.   I'm sad that Call of the Wild seems to be too expensive for the meta anymore though.  

One thing I did notice is no way to deal with really massive units, such as the 28/28 Edwin Vancleef I ran today.  To that end I added a pair of poisonous Stubborn Gastropods to the mix.  Ideally I'll be able to combo them with the Tundra Rhino to deal with threats like that, or the bigger taunts that Warriors are carrying for their quest.

I saw some hunter running Hunter's Mark to counter big minions, so you might try that as well if Stubborn Gastropods don't work for you that well.

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34 minutes ago, positiv2 said:

I saw some hunter running Hunter's Mark to counter big minions, so you might try that as well if Stubborn Gastropods don't work for you that well.

Hunter's Mark is good if you keep running into these. You can also try to Adapt an existing minion into Poisonous if you can hold back your Crackling Razormaw

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1 hour ago, L0rinda said:

Hunter's Mark is good if you keep running into these. You can also try to Adapt an existing minion into Poisonous if you can hold back your Crackling Razormaw

Sadly (or maybe luckily), the chance of getting Poisonous from Adapt is only 30%, which doesn't make it tech enough imo.

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On 4/8/2017 at 5:18 AM, positiv2 said:

I saw some hunter running Hunter's Mark to counter big minions, so you might try that as well if Stubborn Gastropods don't work for you that well.

Yes that's what I used to use.  However there are enough secrets out there that can counter it so it's not 100%.  Not that Stubborn Gastropods is more reliable, but it's a body, and a beast to boot so can interact with the other beasts already in the deck.

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