Big Demon Hunter Deck - Fractured in Alterac Valley
This guide contains detailed Strategy, Mulligan, and deck-building information to help you play Big Demon Hunter in The Fractured in Alterac Valley expansion meta.
Big Demon Hunter is a control deck that exclusively uses high-Cost Demons as its core minion package. Doing so allows it to consistently utilise cards likeand to greatly accelerate its late game and dominate opponents if it is able to get its minions into play.
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Big Demon Hunter Deck Mulligan Guide
Big Demon Hunter is heavily reliant upon getting big minions out as quickly as possible to stabilise. As as such, looking forin your opening hand is a huge priority.
- General Mulligan (keep regardless of what your opponent is playing) — , , .
- Mulligan against Aggro (also keep if you think you are playing against an aggressive deck) — .
- Mulligan against Control (also keep if you think you are playing against a slow deck) — .
Big Demon Hunter Deck Strategy
In the early game, your primary goal is survival, as conserving as much Health as possible will make the mid-game transition into big Demons smoother. With this in mind, you can always make very liberal use of removal tools like, , and to keep the board in check. If you are facing no pressure, you can alternatively opt to draw cards using and .
Going into the mid game, your first priority should be to playif possible, as the Mana discounts alone are invaluable and will often provide enough tempo to simply win the game. Failing that, you should look to get , , or into play to begin drawing out your Demons.
Once you have one of your big Demons into play, you can begin solidifying your board position through the use of Faceless Manipulators onto your demons. If given the choice, you can prioritise which Demon you copy based on the state of the game and the matchup. Against Control and Combo decks, is generally best, as it will disrupt your opponent and prevent them from removing your board. Against Midrange and Aggro decks, is generally better to flood the board faster, unless you know they are using board clears. Lastly, can always be a strong choice if you are pushing for lethal damage, as its passive effect will allow it to attack face immediately if your Hero is able to attack.
Against Aggro, you should make liberal use of Lifesteal effects fromand to stay alive. Additionally, you should not hold back on using as removal either as the value of removal greatly diminishes once you have your Demons in play.
Against Control, you should be cautious with the amount of removal your opponent has, as it is possible for them to kill off all of your minions if you are careless. Faceless Manipulator.are extremely powerful useful and will significantly help in protecting your board, especially if they can be copied with
Big Demon Hunter Deck Card Swaps
- Against Aggro — Add 1x for 1x for additional early-game removal.
- 09 Dec. 2021: Guide added.
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