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Crystal Core Quest Rogue Deck List

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This thread is for comments about our Crystal Core Quest Rogue Deck List Guide.

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2 hours ago, Guest Albe said:

Should add Moroes, because you already using Swashburglar and swash is in 2 wing while moroes is in 1

Good spot, thankyou.

Edit: I might not actually add it in because the addition of the Elemental package leaves little room, but I will definitely consider if it can be in there. (I feel that Violet Teacher and Coldlight are more important)

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What can i swap out to swap in 2xprep and how to use them correctly ? I have the exact budget deck you provided

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4 hours ago, Guest DeadlyChef said:

What can i swap out to swap in 2xprep and how to use them correctly ? I have the exact budget deck you provided

I would suggest Coldlight Oracles, as it is the most risky card you have, becoming pretty much unplayable in some matchups.

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I am trying this deck in ranking match, but most of the time I met aggro deck, my chance of win is very low.
Is there any opinion in card swapping or mulligan?
Thanks

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Interesting deck.

Good card draw in first 3 turns = 99% win.

Bad card draw in first 3 turns = 99% loss.

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7 hours ago, Guest Elnel said:

I am trying this deck in ranking match, but most of the time I met aggro deck, my chance of win is very low.
Is there any opinion in card swapping or mulligan?
Thanks

Aggro is a bad matchup for sure. The cards that tend to do the damage have four Health, so you can keep Eviscerate in your opening hand. If you happen to own Biteweed you could throw it in there for a bigger minion (but don't craft it especially). Sadly, the main thing you need is Edwin Van Cleef, which is only in the expensive version, and even then, the matchup is still a poor one.

Also, I haven't tested the card in this build of the deck, but SI7:Agent might be worth a try too. It was okay in the slower build of the full deck.

 

Edit: If it is largely Pirates that is killing you, try Golakka Crawler. That will slow them down a lot. 

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On 2017/4/12 at 9:26 PM, L0rinda said:

Aggro is a bad matchup for sure. The cards that tend to do the damage have four Health, so you can keep Eviscerate in your opening hand. If you happen to own Biteweed you could throw it in there for a bigger minion (but don't craft it especially). Sadly, the main thing you need is Edwin Van Cleef, which is only in the expensive version, and even then, the matchup is still a poor one.

Also, I haven't tested the card in this build of the deck, but SI7:Agent might be worth a try too. It was okay in the slower build of the full deck.

 

Edit: If it is largely Pirates that is killing you, try Golakka Crawler. That will slow them down a lot. 

Thank you for your advise. 
Which card do I swap for Golakka Crawler?

I am at rank 12 and all my matchup is Aggro Hunter and Pirate Warrior.

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5 hours ago, Elnel said:

Thank you for your advise. 
Which card do I swap for Golakka Crawler?

I am at rank 12 and all my matchup is Aggro Hunter and Pirate Warrior.

Coldlight Oracle. In this case it helps your opponent more than it helps you.

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13 minutes ago, WedgeAntilles said:

I am confused, what exactly does Sergeant Sally add to this deck?

It looks like a terrible card for this kind of deck, what am I missing?

I found that this deck is missing something AoE, and Sergeant Sally can play the role by giving 5 damage to each monster.
It worked :P

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28 minutes ago, ShaDoWf1ST said:

Very hard to play!
Rank 16, 10 games 2 wins / 8 defeats :(
Any tips to improve the deck without legendary?

My current deck:
http://www.hearthpwn.com/deckbuilder/rogue#76:2;103:2;247:2;378:2;382:2;435:2;471:2;550:2;42030:1;42046:2;49722:2;55453:2;55466:2;55481:1;55483:2;55559:2;

KR

Yes this deck does have a slightly higher learning curve than the others in this current meta. 

As far as your deck goes, I recommend running two Preparation and at least one Vanish. Vanish helps with the "Bouncing" needed to complete the quest and also doubles as a board clear to help push for lethal while Preparation helps to play the quest earlier along with making all of the spells in your deck "Free" minus Vanish. Another option to consider is Glacial Shard. It's a cheap minion that can help with the quest and keeps Weapon users at bay as well as troublesome minions that could damage your board or yourself. 

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2 hours ago, ShaDoWf1ST said:

Hi KingMe ,

thank you for your suggestions, I will try this ;)

KR

ShaDoWf1ST

It's what I'm here for. :) Let me know how it works out for you. 

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7 hours ago, ShaDoWf1ST said:

See my current deck attached.
7 games played 5 wins / 2 defeats 
The deck is starting to work and winning games :)

I'm happy to hear that. :) 

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Update*
Edvin van Cleef added :)
Deck is rocking 5 games , 5 wins (2 concedes from opponent)
Lifepoints in 2 games under 10 , still won the game :)
You really nead to plan your steps in this deck, but it works also against Aggro Hunter :) :) :)

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@ShaDoWf1ST Very nice to hear! And yes, this deck does require more thought than people give it credit for. Much like the old Patron Warrior, it is more complicated to execute successfully than it seems. :) 

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