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[Archived] S15 Hearthstone Hunter Face Aggro/Rush Naxx Deck

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This thread is for comments about our Hunter Face Aggro/Rush Naxx Deck.

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As ridiculous as it sounds, Reckless Rocketeer is actually fine. A second Owl can work too.

 

Edit: Wait! That's already in the guide! Read thoroughly sir! :P

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thx for build, just have naxxramas, and with this build i progress from 18-13 in row, ok one defeat ;) but still continuing :)

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I have some ideas in mind for Hunter decks post GvG, but they require testing before I can publish them in good conscience. 

Unfortunately the EU release keeps getting delayed, so i'm not getting a chance!

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King Krush costs way too much, you want the game to be over at that point. Plus Leeroy just does the same damage.

 

Leeroy + Hero Power = 8 Damage for 7 Mana

King Krush = 8 Damage for 9 Mana, no Mana left to hero power.

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swapping undertaker for Southsea deckhand is also a nice twist

I see very occasional use to that.

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