Dragon Paladin Deck List Guide - Saviors of Uldum September 2019

Last updated on Sep 02, 2019 at 10:00 by Kat 1 comment

This guide contains detailed Strategy, Mulligan, and deck-building information to help you play Dragon Paladin in The Saviors of Uldum expansion.

Dragon Paladin is a Midrange archetype that has been on the fringe of playability several times throughout Hearthstone's history. The Rise of Shadows expansion adds many powerful tools to the archetype, such as Bronze Herald and Dragon Speaker, to give it the opportunity to fight for the title of the strongest Dragon deck in the meta.

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Dragon Paladin Mulligan Guide

Dragon Paladin is a Midrange deck that focuses on Dragon synergies. In your mulligan, you should look for a solid curve of minions to secure control of the board and powerful Dragon-synergy cards that empower the deck.

Dragon Paladin Strategy

Dragon Paladin is a fairly standard Midrange deck that should aim to play 1 card each turn on curve and the biggest decision you will have each turn will be which card to play. The choice you make will come down to the state of the game and your hand. For example, with Dragon Speaker in hand, you should prioritise playing non-Dragon cards until it is played. Similarly, you should reserve cards like Dragonmaw Scorcher and Crowd Roaster for turns they will remove a minion. As a general rule, you should take value trades when available, but focus on attacking your opponent directly when they are not so as to use the natural Midrange tempo to beat down your opponent.

Against Aggro, you should put more emphasis on controlling the board and make full use of Consecration when you can. You should try to save Blessing of Kings for defensive minions like Zilliax, Crystalsmith Kangor, and Cathedral Gargoyle to set up the most defensive position possible to ensure you do not get overrun by wide boards. Over time you will eventually be able to out-value your opponent and win through attrition.

Against Control, you should not have to adjust too much. The natural Midrange style of playing one medium-sized minion per turn is particularly difficult for Control decks to deal with. However, you should be careful not to overextend into board clears as 3 minions is usually enough to pressure your opponent. If the game does go longer, both Tirion Fordring and Countess Ashmore are excellent value tools that will help you keep up the pressure in the late game.

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  • 02 Sep. 2019: Guide reviewed for September play season.
  • 06 Aug. 2019: Deck has been reviewed for the Saviors of Uldum Expansion.
  • 02 Jul. 2019: Deck has been updated for the July card rotation. Removed 1x Faerie Dragon for 1x Brightwing.
  • 05 Jun. 2019: Deck has been updated for the June balance patch. Removed 1x Nightmare Amalgam, 1x Crowd Roaster for 2x Glowstone Technician.
  • 01 May 2019: Deck has been moved to the fun category for the May play season.
  • 08 Apr. 2019: Deck added.
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