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[Archived] S20 Hearthstone Low Budget Priest Control Naxx Deck

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This thread is for comments about our Low Budget Priest Control Naxx Deck.

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Hi!

 

I tried this deck for so many times and everytime I fought against Paladin, I had very hard time out there !!!

 

Any tips on mulligan hand or on the game itself? Thx!!!

 

J.K

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Aggro Paladin or Control Paladin?

Most time Control Paladin ... I think my late game is bad at all, and I don't know, if it's weakness of this deck or weakness of my own gameplay ... this deck is great against agressive decks, at early or mid-game I can lead the match easily and win, but when late game comes, it' out of my control ... thanks for your time, you do a very good job for this sites! :-)

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It actually has a total cost of 1360 dust

Thank you! I had accidentally counted Circle of Healing as a free card tongue.png

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Hi, i was wondering how i should play against another priest..., Amaz, a well known streamer who mostly mains priest, said you should play the long game, starve your opponent of cards. I was wondering if this applies to this deck also. 

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i found another combination with the auchenai soulpriest, one that actually surprised me a bit, zombie chow will deal 5 damage instead of heal the enemy hero, not sure if you didn't know or just didn't put it in because its not that relevant. It actually managed to win a few of my games though, probably because people dont see it comming. 

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Yeah, Priest Control decks are always looking to play the long game, the Priest Mirror is either decided by one player getting a 
Blademaster on the board early, that the other can't answer. Or by one player being much more efficient than the other and 

starving them of resources.

 

Perseus, yes I do know about that interaction, It should probably be mentioned in the guide if I did fail to include it.

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Hi, and thank you for your articles, they are really interesting and useful for people like me who are still learning how to play this game properly! ;-)

 

About this article, I can give a very small contribution by highlighting a couple of typos:

1) In paragraph 3.2.4 you should remove the "and" in "you need to try to and drop a minion on each turn".

2) [i'm not sure if that's a typo, but..] In paragraph 3.2.3 there is a mention to Ysera, while the full-budget "core" version of that deck does not run Ysera (it has a Sylvanas instead).

 

I'm eager to read more articles about HS decks and cards! By the way, is there a way to be alerted via e-mail when a new article by Sottle is published on IcyVeins?

 

Thank you and keep on with that good work!

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Thanks for the fixes! Good catches. I'm not sure if there's a way to subscribe to my decks, i'll ask Damien and get back to you.

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Not good, Priest in general as a class struggles against Handlock, and the sacrifices you have to make in all your other matches to improve that one matchup is usually not worth it.

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What would be good replacement cards if I don't own Naxxramas?

 

There are other decks here to choose from. This one is specifically about Naxx cards.

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Tbh, When i play this deck i have NO cards in my hand. Every turn in the late game is just me trying to topdeck myself out of a situation. I know there is cleric combos and shit. But thats not possible unless you draw cleric when you have other minions...

 

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