Damien

Handbuff Paladin Deck List

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This thread is for comments about our Handbuff Paladin Deck List Guide.

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I lost so many games with this deck at rank 5, that it isn't even fun to play. I insisted playing it, just to see my legendaries in action and to brag about the new paladin hero face ... that got punished too much I guess :))

If you're behind, chance are very high you cannot recover. Soo ... you lose with this to any kind of warlock, jade druid, highlander priest and any variants of control priest, evolve shaman, exodia mage, and mostly all controlish deck - a full board clear and it's game over most of the time.

You win against hunters, warriors and most aggro decks with ease ... but most of control decks are doing the same. 

There's no point to play this deck, unless you wanna do like me :) and also you don't care about losing games ... 

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I didn't see this deck here until now. I made a similar version of it a few days ago and I agree it's mostly good to show of your big pen... errr .. amount of Legends you have. If are lucky enough to have them all you can try the deck but otherwise I suggest ignoring it :D

But it's nice to see a cool paladin deck that is not a murloc deck ... so tired of them :D

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Thoughts on swapping spikeridged steed for saronite chain gang? I feel like it has much more value than normal in a hand buff deck since the buff will be duped and spikeridged takes up space for a minion in hand.

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36 minutes ago, Guest Logical said:

Thoughts on swapping spikeridged steed for saronite chain gang? I feel like it has much more value than normal in a hand buff deck since the buff will be duped and spikeridged takes up space for a minion in hand.

Even though the effect will be duplicated, while Spikeridged Steed does not get any buffs, it will still rarely provide more value than Spikeridged Steed due to the fact that if you have a minion that can attack, you get the stats available for trading immediately.

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