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Lord Marrowgar

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1 hour ago, Guest andreas said:

that deck is not usefull.

Why's that? It was used to defeat Lord Marrowgar, so it should work fine.

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The import string seems incorrect. At least it's not working for me. I've tried it many times now and hs never fetches it, but every other deck I’ve tried to import have worked perfectly.

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1 hour ago, Guest KAL said:

The import string seems incorrect. At least it's not working for me. I've tried it many times now and hs never fetches it, but every other deck I’ve tried to import have worked perfectly.

It works fine for me. Try pressing Ctrl+V when in collection. Also make sure that there is a free slot for the deck.

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I've had zero luck with this deck. I have had -closer- luck with Frozen Clone in a Mage deck, but trying to fetch it and get it off properly has been a chore. And I seem to be having the same issue with this deck. What I'm needing is never coming up.

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so, 6 or 7 fights in to this guy w/ no real look at defeating him...last fight, he got the bone spike out on round 4. I had to use 2 swipes to get it down. then he dropped another bone spike on 5 AND on 6.

i'm using the basic Jade Druid with both of the legendaries...is that deck not viable? my draws have been crap and the mulligans worse.

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4 hours ago, Guest FullElven said:

I've had zero luck with this deck. I have had -closer- luck with Frozen Clone in a Mage deck, but trying to fetch it and get it off properly has been a chore. And I seem to be having the same issue with this deck. What I'm needing is never coming up.

For this Boss I used a Standard Quest Warrior and got it on the first try. I just controlled the board and the game went to fatigue.  Maybe give it a try? Here is the deck. 

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A priest deck focusing on Silence, stat swaps and healing, utilizing Archbishop Benedictus worked well for me. Silence his Bone Spikes so they tie up minion slots on the board, heal through the damage you take, then use Marrowgar's own deck build against him. I ended up dropping a pair of my own Bone Spikes to kill him.

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Just now, WedgeAntilles said:

I used my wild Jade Shaman deck, succeded on first try.

Just get the jade golems high, then you easily have 30+ damage on the board.

Very nice. :) 

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This deck isn't all that successful. You will only win with these exact cards if you get the best outcome of every draw. 99.8% of the time marrowgar will clear your board, or you'll be wasting spells dealing with the bone spikes before you can even set-up for the win condition. I beat it first time after dropping auctioneer, druid of the storm, raven and earthern scales for some taunt minions and spreading plague to turtle it out for the fatigue and idols to kill him.

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I beat Lord Marrowgar last week with a new taunt druid that I had built. I basically just controlled the board and eventually had 30+ damage among all my minions. Unfortunately, I didn't think to make note of any specifics and took no screenshots. (I'll get back in the habit for the rest of the bosses.) I do remember an Ironbark Protector buffed with Earthen Scales somewhere in the mix...

Anyway, from the sound of it, there are multiple decks and strategies with which one can defeat Marrowgar. Chances are, it will take a few attempts. (It took me four.) I guess just be patient and learn something from the losses. :)

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12 hours ago, Guest newbie said:

Any way to get past him with basic cards?

There is: Tommy J to the rescue!

Check out his other videos as well, he has a hobby defeating the bosses with the cheapest decks possible. Do note you probably will need a lot of tries.

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2 hours ago, Keizoku said:

There is: Tommy J to the rescue!

Check out his other videos as well, he has a hobby defeating the bosses with the cheapest decks possible. Do note you probably will need a lot of tries.

I saw his videos trying to beat LK, some of them were really helpful!

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On 11.9.2017 at 2:03 PM, Keizoku said:

There is: Tommy J to the rescue!

Check out his other videos as well, he has a hobby defeating the bosses with the cheapest decks possible. Do note you probably will need a lot of tries.

Thanks for the video link! That worked on second try :) Wow...

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Warning before anyone uses their dust to craft the cards in this deck: It doesn't work anymore. I don't think they have updated it or something.

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Sorry, IV - I've got to chime in with the rest... I don't know *WHEN* this deck beat Marrowgar, but right now it simply does not have the capability to do so. I haven't even come close once in a dozen tries.

Marrowgar has far too many 3/4/5 P/T creatures, and he gets them early and often, to try and build a Jade presence to overcome him.

To beat Marrowgar you need a LOT of global wipe and/or control, or massive taunts that can reliably churn out 8 damage every couple of turns to avoid the Spikes. As someone else noted, Quest Warrior would seem to be the most reasonable way to manage this.

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I'll let L0rinda know about the issues you guys are having. Hopefully he will change the deck as this one was made pre-nerf, which surely had an impact on it. Until then, sorry for the inconvenience!

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