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[Archived] S7 Hearthstone Legendary Priest Control Deck [NAXX]

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This thread is for comments about our Legendary Priest Control Deck with Curse of Naxxramas cards.

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looks good, apart from a slight muddle in the synergy section, Sylvanas and Cairne should be under the Baron synergy section.

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looks good, apart from a slight muddle in the synergy section, Sylvanas and Cairne should be under the Baron synergy section.

Thanks, I fixed it! Not sure how it happened, though tongue.png

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why do i keep losing late game with this deck. I don't have early game control and my opponents outrade me. sad.png

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why do i keep losing late game with this deck. I don't have early game control and my opponents outrade me. sad.png

We could coach you and tell you if you do anything wrong, but we would need a video of you playing in order to do that.

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I've been playing this deck, but I think I need help. I feel like it's too reliant on the undertakers. In games where I can build them up the first few rounds I can win every time, but if they get instantly silenced, killed, or don't show up in the opening hand, it seems impossible to even be a threat. It ends up with my deathlord and cleric vs a full board on the other side.

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I've been playing this deck, but I think I need help. I feel like it's too reliant on the undertakers. In games where I can build them up the first few rounds I can win every time, but if they get instantly silenced, killed, or don't show up in the opening hand, it seems impossible to even be a threat. It ends up with my deathlord and cleric vs a full board on the other side.

 

Maybe we do something wrong but i made the same experience! But i think a totally perfect deck isnt possible ... and alle the Undertaker decks (think of hunter etc) are very reliant on them. But with hunter your hero ability maybe helps there better out.

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I have been testing this list myself, and the main issue I seem to run into is that it doesn't have a consistently strong endgame plan, like a Warrior Control deck (Rag+Manipulator FTW). The strongest late-game play the deck has requires 5 cards: 2x Zombie Chow, Baron Rivendare, Auchenai Soulpriest (must be full health), and Circle of Healing. That is a LOT of cards to assemble for a perfect storm of 20 damage, plus attacks. Well the deck is decently strong, it is very reliant on assembling the cards in the right order at the right time, and if it doesn't happen, it doesn't have a strong framework to fall back on.

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I personally am enjoying having a KT in the deck because it helps a lot for the favorable trades with the enemy and once you have board advantage and a KT you basically have the win. Only way out would be an equality consecrate or a twisting nether really. Also Baron + Sludge + KT is a really strong combination. Which you would replace would be whatever legendary you're missing or cairne probably. I have no rag, sylvanas, or cairne so I replaced them with feuggen, stalagg, and KT. It's been working well in all honesty.

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