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Another fun fight.

Priest is the obvious thing to go, I tried it (at the 4th try) with a "Get to 10 mana ASAP and use huge minions" Druid.

 

I realy enjoyed all the boss fights, they were very creative and every fight felt fresh and unique.

Nicely done Blizzard :)

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13 minutes ago, SithLordOfSnark said:

I got her with a Mage deck full of spells and only a few minions, so when I got her to 20 and 10 I had no minions on the field.

Freeze Mage does work, but it is significantly more random and you can be heavily punished by Unchained Magic.

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For me, the best deck to deal with this boss is pirate warrior. Use your minions to protect your hero and wait for cards to buff up your weapon. When your weapon is strong enough, use your minions to clear the board then attack sindragosa. By that time you have no minions to be freezed.

And pirate warrior deck holds only a few spells.

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Did it with One-Hit-Kill priest with Inner Fire combo as well. The only problem was Unchained Magic, so I had to add more minions. On NA, Jade Druid was pretty good as well, mostly having only one or two minions, which could be traded and next hero power phase initiated by hero power or Swipe.

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Using a pally deck she falls easyish...just use grimstreet buffing cards on dragons and use the equality, consécration combo to clear ... make sure you use your weapon and have no minions on the board to get her to 20 then 10. I did it 3x and won all three with the finishing blow call uther of the ebon blade...

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In the deck list at the top you suggest non-standard cards. You can only do this solo adventure with cards from the standard set. So no Velen's Chosen for example. 

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41 minutes ago, Guest Lyxa said:

In the deck list at the top you suggest non-standard cards. You can only do this solo adventure with cards from the standard set. So no Velen's Chosen for example. 

Wild decks are definitely allowed in the encounter. I did the encounter with a wild deck, and Pesty did it with the provided deck.

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turn 2 loremaster cho, catch couple of "deal 3 dmg per spell" and coin, then repeat them into sindragosa turn 3, gg she is dead (with hand full of coins and spells you gave her she is taking like 5 his a cast)

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