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Miracle Dragon Priest Standard

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This thread is for comments about our Miracle Dragon Priest Standard deck.

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18 minutes ago, Guest Smsdtbh said:

I feel like this deck needs more dragons, I even added 2 twilight dragons myself.

You should often keep a non-synergy dragon (as in not requiring you to have a dragon in your hand in order to gain more value) in your hand, even if you have a decent proactive play with it.
If you still have issues while following this advice, adding more dragons, like the Twilight Drakes you mentioned is okay.

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I think Elise the Trailblazer works really well in this deck, the synergy with Shadow Visions is just so strong I am not sure why you would ever put Visions in a deck without Elise, getting packs is pretty hilarious.  But then again, I am a sucker for valuegasms.  I have had great success with this deck, it is incredibly fun, provided you like super greedy play.

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5 hours ago, Guest Dyon said:

Hey ,

 thew deck looks really good . But i dont want to buy Adventure yet. So how i can Replace Priest of the Feast and Netherspite Historian ? because i cant craft them , i need to play adventure for them.

I hope u can help me.

Thanks

Dyon

As I wrote in the response to your other post, saving gold for Karazhan is a sound investment, and I fully recommend you to buy ONiK. Until then, you can use 1x Acidic Swamp Ooze, 2x Twilight Drake, 1x Thoughtsteal, but you will lack healing power of the Priest of the Feast and the discover power of Netherspite Historian, though the hit won't be as severe as with your other missing card -  the Purify missing from the Purify Priest.

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3 hours ago, positiv2 said:

As I wrote in the response to your other post, saving gold for Karazhan is a sound investment, and I fully recommend you to buy ONiK. Until then, you can use 1x Acidic Swamp Ooze, 2x Twilight Drake, 1x Thoughtsteal, but you will lack healing power of the Priest of the Feast and the discover power of Netherspite Historian, though the hit won't be as severe as with your other missing card -  the Purify missing from the Purify Priest.

Ok Thanks !

i think i will buy the Adventure Pack and going for Purify Priest Deck.

Dyon

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Hey there, Just a minor thing in the description of 4. Card Swaps you say "As the deck naturally contains 4 Elementals, " but it contains 5 elementals, maybe you forgot Lyra the Sunshard is an elemental itself (herself?).

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2 hours ago, Caldyrvan said:

Hey there, Just a minor thing in the description of 4. Card Swaps you say "As the deck naturally contains 4 Elementals, " but it contains 5 elementals, maybe you forgot Lyra the Sunshard is an elemental itself (herself?).

Thanks for pointing this out! I passed this onto Pesty, so it should be fixed soon.

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This my my build:

2 Cyrstalline Oracle

2 NorthShire Cleric

2 Potion of Madness

2 Power Word: Shield

2 Shadow Visions

2 Shadow Word: Pain

2 Curious Glimmerroot

2 Shadow Word: Death

1 Mass Dispel

1 Priest of Feast

2 Drakonid Operative

2 Dragonfire Potion

2 NetherSpite Historian

2 Twilight Drake

2 Book Wyrm

2 Primoridal Drake

 

This deck is very counter and rush heavy. The basis of this deck is to destroy you opponent plays while also establishing your board. Lyra is a good card but inconsistent due to it being a dead card without Radiant Elemental. This deck is part Thief with Drakonid, Curious Glimmerroot and Crystalline Oracle. You can play priest while also using your opponent cards. Got me to Rank 14 from Rank 20 in Day 1 in 5 Hours. Deck is pretty consistent as my Win Ratio is 75% (Quest Rogue is a Pain with a 33% to Win Against Them) but needs more support to fully go against meta. If you want to play this deck full power, Go Wild!

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