Prince Taldaram — Neutral Card

Last updated on Jul 26, 2017 at 12:44 by Kat 31 comments

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Prince Taldaram is a neutral minion. This card can be obtained from Knights of the Frozen Throne packs. Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.

1. General Comments

Prince Taldaram is a potentially powerful card with a rather large deck building restriction. It copies minions in a similar manner to Faceless Manipulator but does not copy the stats of the minion the process. This makes the card more situational, however its lower Mana cost means it can potentially be played alongside a stronger minion to immediately copy a powerful effect. As the effect only works if there are no 3-Cost cards in your deck, the places this card can be used are very limited.

2. Constructed Play

Prince Taldaram is only playable in classes that do not have staple 3-Cost cards, which greatly restricted the playability of the card. The most suitable class for this would be Druid, however a very niche would would still be required in order to get any real value from the card.

3. Arena

Prince Taldaram is a poor card in Arena. Consistency is incredibly important in Arena and by removing all 3-Cost cards from a deck, it is significantly more likely to lose control of games very early on, which does not justify the mediocre copying effect of Prince Taldaram.

4. Meta Decks with Prince Taldaram

Deck Mana Cost Updated
Gonk OTK Druid Deck 1 weapon, 20 spells, 8 minions, 1 hero_card
2
6
2
1
6
6
2
5
13,560 Arcane Dust Dec 07 2018
Cubelock Deck 1 weapon, 8 spells, 20 minions, 1 hero_card
0
4
4
1
6
7
2
6
14,200 Arcane Dust Dec 04 2018

5. Wild Decks with Prince Taldaram

Deck Mana Cost Updated
Wild Cubelock Deck 1 weapon, 8 spells, 20 minions, 1 hero_card Wild Deck
0
4
6
1
7
5
1
6
16,840 Arcane Dust Dec 04 2018
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