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[Archived] S20 Hearthstone Token Druid Violet Teacher GvG

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This thread is for comments about our Token Druid Violet Teacher Deck for GvG.

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Cool fun theory, but it gets rocked at rank 20 so its probably missing something to put it in a better place. Also if you dont get innervates and wild growths at the beginning it is terribly slow

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I used mind control tech in order to substitute bgh, as bgh is used against handlocks for giants and any class which uses dr boom in which most of the cases are having more than 4 minions on the board. Is that ok?

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Cool fun theory, but it gets rocked at rank 20 so its probably missing something to put it in a better place. Also if you dont get innervates and wild growths at the beginning it is terribly slow

 

If it gets rocked at rank 20, but wins games in high level tournaments, i'd suspect it's something to do with the player :P

Seriously though, if you're facing a bunch of Zoo and Hunter at lower ranks as you tend to, this is not the best deck to play.

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I used mind control tech in order to substitute bgh, as bgh is used against handlocks for giants and any class which uses dr boom in which most of the cases are having more than 4 minions on the board. Is that ok?

 

If you're finding it's working out for you then sure, but it's not a change that I would make personally.

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I find that almost every game I hold big game hunter till the end and go to the grave with it. Especially with all the Mech Mages it's just useless. I replaced it with Kel'thuzad you could do that or you could replace it with The Black Knight to clear those taunts. Thoughts?

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Great deck! Super fun and good. Consistent. The only problem is i tend to face a lot of Face Hunter, ZooLocks, and Mech Mages, which just melt me before i can even do anything, so have to switch decks every once in a while. I replaced a Force of Nature for a KT, since i still don't have enough dust for TBK and puts immense pressure in trading terms. Also, would you consider swapping a Loatheb for a Piloted Shredder? Yes/no and why, please? :)

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I would definitely keep Loatheb, it's just too important to protect a board. Once you've generated your big Teacher board, Loatheb can then protect them from removal for a turn, and you can follow up later with a Savage Roar.

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I didn't have Dr. Boom, however I replaced it with dark wispers and seems to synergize well with Savage Roar.

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