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Blood Queen Lana'thel

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Maybe the easiest adventure boss i 've defeated in HS!Modified the Paladin deck a bit and it work just fine!So easy it got me wondering where is the hidden catch!

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I love the secret interactions against bosses. Play Lich King against any number of them. I can't wait to see Lich King's reaction to ...well himself.

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5 hours ago, Guest dclpt0 said:

Small note: the title of the deck says it's a hunter deck instead of a paladin deck.

Thanks for pointing this out! It will be fixed once The Lich King encounter guide is finished. 

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I just beat her on my first attempt with Reno N'zoth hunter. The funny thing is, Reno was immediately transformed into a spell while in my opening hand. Oh well. Shrug it off and do without him!

It's a pretty straight-forward fight. Maintain board control and always have minions on hand to buff with your bite. If you have options on which minion to buff, choose one that will survive more than one hit from her hero power. For example, if you have Alleycat and King's Elekk on the board, you'd be better off buffing the Elekk. Raising the Elekk's health to 4 ensures that it will take more than one hit to die. Raising Alleycat's health to 3 will not soak up any additional damage.

I ended the fight as Deathstalker Rexxar. In the image below, you can see that I acquired the Build-A-Beast hero power. I thought that the game might let me keep it, but then I read that she would just change it back to the vampire one on the following turn. Not that it makes a difference when I have lethal on the board. ;)

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Edited by CaptLando
corrected the name of the DK hero power

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On 10. 10. 2017 at 9:51 PM, Guest Sentynl said:

Why no Vicious Fledgling? 

This deck focuses on having a lot of small minions, rather than having one powerhouse. You can include Vicious Fledgling if you want though.

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On 8/25/2017 at 1:23 AM, Guest dclpt0 said:

Small note: the title of the deck says it's a hunter deck instead of a paladin deck.

This has not been fixed yet. :-(

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7 hours ago, mctanaka said:

This has not been fixed yet. :-(

Whoops. I might have forgotten to write it down so I don't forget, which did happen. I'm sorry for the inconvenience, and will try to get it fixed as soon as possible.

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