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[Archived] S20 Hearthstone Mid Budget Paladin Buff Midrange GvG

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This thread is for comments about our Mid Budget Paladin Buff Midrange Deck for GvG.

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How about a Spellbreaker instead of one Piloted Shredder? Feel like this deck is missing Silence.

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Fine change, I haven't found much need for a Silence personally, but the change makes total sense.

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Yeah, I was thinking there isn't much to deal with big tau gets either. A silence or two but the deck does seem solid. I'm only about 1,400 dust away from completing this deck as advertised. I plan on giving it a run. I'll report back with how I felt it played.

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This deck is massive - i've never seen a zoo struggle so much against a particular deck as against this one - if he goes face - you can outpace him, if he goes for board control - he has no chance. Maybe now they'll start putting in hellfire in their decks, since Muster is literally their death.

 

I don't have the Coghammer and Tirion Fordring, and have replaced them with Truesilver Champion and Dr. Boom . The Bomb Lobber can also be replaced with Argent Commander, which although more expensive can act as both removal and finisher. I don't think silence is much needed, since your opponent is the one that needs to silence YOU. I was wondering though if a Faceless Manipulator can find its way in here and what would be a suitable candidate for a replacement. Also I was thinking about getting in a Stormwind Champion or an Enhance-o Mechano to complement Muster for Battle . This is actually the best thing about this deck - you have a solid core of cards around which you can experiment with pretty much everything.

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The substitutions you've made are very sensible, I wouldn't really add Enhance-o though, Taunt or Windfury on a bunch of 1/1s doesn't really achieve a great deal. You're spot on about the flexibility of Paladin though, the stability they got in their early game lets them experiment with so many different builds.

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Hi. On December 16th the full-budget version of this deck was updated by replacing one Coghammer with a Truesilver Champion and by removing Avenging Wrath (for Lay on Hands) and the two Avenge: shouldn't this mid-budget version be modified accordingly too?

 

Another question just to check if I've understood well: the "finishers at the top of the Mana curve" you mention (saying they are fairy flexible and exchangable) in the last lines of this article (in both its full- and mid-budget versions) are Tirion, Sylvanas, The Black Knight and Avenging Wrath, or only some of them (i.e., only Tirion and Sylvanas)? huh.png

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