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[Archived] S18 Hearthstone Legendary Mage Freeze Deck

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Hi, is this deck working in the current meta ? I think Iam not the worse player and I think a lot while playing but I find really hard to play this deck, like everybody knows how to counter this. Really hard to kill priest even if I draw perfectly he just save all healing spells after Alextrazsa and its impossible to win. Some tips on how to get a "feel" with this deck ?

 

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As stated many times in the guide, it is one of the hardest decks to play correctly. The only advice I can give is that you really do need to plan a long way ahead. By turn 5-6 you should already have a plan on what you're going to do all the way up to 10 Mana. Without watching you play, or knowing what you're doing specifically though, I can't really say what you're doing wrong.

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I have 2 Questions about this Deck smile.png

 

 

1. I dont have Bloodmage Thalnos and just 60 Dust. Can i replace him, till i get the dust for this card? I was thinking about Mirror Image, because this can help to live a bit longer. The second idea was to replace him for one Pyroblast more, this could also help vs prist + warrior. Or just change it agains Archmage Antonidas?

 

2. Not that important, but do i see it right, that Arcane Intellect is in this deck better then Azure Drake because there are some cards, which are realy important?

 

I will test this deck on sunday for some hours, thanks for the help.

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Yeah, Antonidas is probably fine. He's actually really good right now because of all the spare parts floating around, so if your opponent plays a Mechanical Yeti, you get a free 1 cost spell to cycle into a Fireball. You don't want to run two Pyroblasts, it's just way too slow. The only game you'll have enough time to spend two entire turns Pyroblasting are games that you're miles ahead in anyway, and you would have won with any card.

And yes, Intellect over Drake because it draws more cards, and draws them quicker. You don't care about bodies on the board with this deck.

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