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Mill rogue is great for this deck. Opponent already draws a whole lot of cards, you help a bit more. Of course the deck is wild.

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On 8/18/2017 at 3:14 PM, FanOfValeera said:

Mill rogue is great for this deck. Opponent already draws a whole lot of cards, you help a bit more. Of course the deck is wild.

Could you please post the deck you are using for this boss?I am having difficulty to win with the suggested hunter and a couple more i have used (around 10 tries and all miserably failed).Would really appreciate any ideas!

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1 hour ago, Karayan7 said:

Could you please post the deck you are using for this boss?I am having difficulty to win with the suggested hunter and a couple more i have used (around 10 tries and all miserably failed).Would really appreciate any ideas!

I already deleted the deck, sorry.

You can look at wild mill rogue on the internet, lists are pretty typical. It can be used to defeat most of the bosses, once you get the idea of the deck.

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I used this deck to beat Putricide on NA and EU. It is cheap and worked on the first try. I would recommend swapping Flamewaker for something else, as I ended up not using it because it would likely trigger the next phase, for which I was not ready. I would include more draw, such as Azure Drake or Bloodmage Thalnos/Novice Engineer. Maybe Fireball so you don't have to wait for Polymorph

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Due to lack of many cards from older expansions i used a completely experimental wild deck based on secret mage and got him on the second try!

 

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Maybe I just got lucky, but I went in blind with my Reno N'Zoth hunter and beat him easily on my 1st attempt. Reno was not even necessary, since my health only dropped as far as 22 over the course of the fight.

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I played poorly into a couple of secrets, which I guess would have been devastating under other circumstances. As you can see above, he has 2x Ragnaros on the board... That was my bad. I played mine and it triggered Sacred Trial and Frozen Clone, destroying my Rag and giving him two! I had such a commanding lead that it didn't really hurt anything. Haha

You may have also noticed Festergut on the far left side of the board, under MY control. I had Sylvanas in play damaged to 3 health at the end of Phase 1. When Festergut appeared, its end of turn ability killed Sylvanas, resulting in Festergut's change of allegiance. That abomination came in quite handy for maintaining board control.

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