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Budget Elemental Tempo Mage Standard

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I would recommend this deck if you just can't beat the quest rogue's. I used this deck for some games against quest rogue's, and if you start fast enough (what is easy with this deck) you kill him on turn 6/7 cause he plays quest at turn 5 and can't do shit, just clear his board, ez win

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2 hours ago, DanTheMan said:

I had fun playing this deck. Not sure it's very strong on Ladder though. 

Well it is a budget deck - meaning there is a more powerful (but way more expensive) version of it.

Obviously a budget version will struggle to reach legend or something like that.

 

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21 hours ago, WedgeAntilles said:

Well it is a budget deck - meaning there is a more powerful (but way more expensive) version of it.

Obviously a budget version will struggle to reach legend or something like that.

I have the version with the bigger fire elemental guys as well, two Blazecaller's etc. It's one of my most fun decks, but is it good enough to climb? Have not played it enough to know myself. 

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36 minutes ago, DanTheMan said:

I have the version with the bigger fire elemental guys as well, two Blazecaller's etc. It's one of my most fun decks, but is it good enough to climb? Have not played it enough to know myself. 

You mean the full budget one? If so, it should be able to get you to legend, though Secret mage would get you there faster.

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It feels like this was one of most anticipated decks of UnGoro, however, it didn't work our very well it seems. Both control archetypes and secret mage is better than this by a margin. 

I wanted to make this work, though I didn't have Pyros, I tried several replacements. This is obviously a tempo deck, but also like a dragon deck, meaning once you miss the curve, or elemental synergy, you are left with bunch of understatted minions.

Same thing is also true for shaman, but jade cards fill the curve there, and they are already powerful by themselves. Elementals are like the sauce of the jade shaman.

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14 hours ago, positiv2 said:

You mean the full budget one? If so, it should be able to get you to legend, though Secret mage would get you there faster.

Yep I have that one, -Pyros +Flamestrike. And I recently crafted Secret Mage, so I am actually focusing on that one instead. 

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