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Miracle Priest Deck List Guide

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This thread is for comments about our Miracle Priest (AKA Spell/Combo Priest) Deck List Guide.

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ok i made this deck exactly how Pesty has it listed and it does not show up for standard play.   Any idea why?

 

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1 hour ago, Guest Perso said:

ok i made this deck exactly how Pesty has it listed and it does not show up for standard play.   Any idea why?

 

Weird, sounds like a bug.  Is it showing up for Wild play?  I would suggest completely deleting the deck and remaking it to see if it fixes the issue.

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I deleted deck completely and started from scratch and it still will only let me use it as a wild deck.  If i go to my collection in standard and then click on this deck it switches the icon on the bottom left to wild and if i go to play mode it only lights up as wild.   I again have used the exact build you show and made sure i did not even use any golden cards to see if that was the problem for the bug.  I had this same problem with a hunter deck i got off this site a while back and just went with another build and never resolved that issue.  I have said that with my RNG in Hearthstone / WOW and now this problem that Blizzard hates me for some reason.

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39 minutes ago, Guest Perso said:

I deleted deck completely and started from scratch and it still will only let me use it as a wild deck.  If i go to my collection in standard and then click on this deck it switches the icon on the bottom left to wild and if i go to play mode it only lights up as wild.   I again have used the exact build you show and made sure i did not even use any golden cards to see if that was the problem for the bug.  I had this same problem with a hunter deck i got off this site a while back and just went with another build and never resolved that issue.  I have said that with my RNG in Hearthstone / WOW and now this problem that Blizzard hates me for some reason.

When you readd the deck to your collection, make sure to hover over the box with the name of the deck and click on "Convert to standard" if you are on PC, or tap the box and select "Convert to standard" if you are on a mobile device. It should convert the deck even if it contains wild cards, marking them red. If that doesn't help either, you should contact Blizzard support.

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4 minutes ago, positiv2 said:

When you readd the deck to your collection, make sure to hover over the box with the name of the deck and click on "Convert to standard" if you are on PC, or tap the box and select "Convert to standard" if you are on a mobile device. It should convert the deck even if it contains wild cards, marking them red. If that doesn't help either, you should contact Blizzard support.

That worked Thanks. I will remember that for when this happens again.  Since I was in standard the first time I made the deck (not sure the 2nd time) I should not have had to do this.  I will also do this on some decks that I used to use in standard to see what I need to change to make them standard again.

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The first deck i ever made was an inner fire priest with deathlords and lightwells, the deck here brings back some fond memories. 

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I have no idea how well it performs, good I guess, but messing around for ages to finally show your big ... or get lucky with an early buff buff buff kill ... sounds all very boring to me :D

But I don't want to come here and complain all the time, I find this alternative more fun to play, but well, preferences. I just made this deck so it still needs optimization. It feels being good an curve and I use Divine Spirit & Inner Fire just as optional tools not as (for me boring) main killing combo. Maybe I will remove one of each.

 

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I know quest mage is pretty rare in the current meta but holy crap the dragon/miracle version absolutely dominates.

Crystalline Oracle + Curious Glimmerroot + Drakonid Operative pretty much assure that you get their quest (and Archmage Antonidas many times)

 

Lyra the Sunshard then allows you to to finish their quest in practically a single turn and fireball them to kingdom come.

 

Great deck and so much fun to play with!

 

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