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[Archived] Hearthstone Low Budget Tempo Rogue Deck [NAXX]

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Just crafted this deck today and played about 10 games with it. Won most of the games, but I find baron rivendare to be very bad in hunter matchups because it seems to give them too much card draw.  This deck also does seemingly well against priest and warrior control match ups.

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Thanks for posting! Rogue and Druid are still my weakest classes due to respectively being so combo-heavy and reliant on Epics. I had every single card in this deck as posted so I went for some playtesting.

 

The current meta is VERY heavy on cards that deserve silencing, e.g. the one game where an opponent put Defender of Argus between Feugen and Stalagg. After that game I replaced both Yetis with Spellbreakers. They have been very very useful, e.g. against Sunwalker, Tirion Fordring, Water Elemental, Twilight Drake, Sludge Belcher and many others. This was great with Tirion Fordring where I needed exactly two turns to finish my opponent off. FIrst turn I could not spare 4 and I used Sap to send him back. Second turn I Spellbroke it and went in for the kill.

 

I don't know if this can ladder up as well as my other Deathrattle classes (so far playing Deathy decks in Shaman, Paladin, Hunter, Mage and Warlock!) but it certainly is good enough to grind through quests.

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Started playing this deck today while ranking up in the new season, currently on a 9 win streak in ranked after I won 4 normals while testing out the deck. Maybe I've just been lucky but I haven't lost a single match + I find it a fun deck to play.

 

I replaced an Argent Commander with a Ragnaros, since I saw you use it in the Legendary version and it's the only legendary you listed that I have.

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