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Fibonacci's N'Zoth Tempo Warrior Deck

Last updated on Aug 15, 2017 at 06:11 by Pesty 4 comments

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This guide gives an overview of the key differences in Fibonacci's Tempo Warrior variant. It favours powerful Deathrattle minions, exclusively in order to extract huge value from N'Zoth, the Corruptor as a late-game win condition.

1. Card List

This deck costs 10,400 Arcane Dust and it is made up of the following cards.

Warrior Cards Neutral Cards

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2. Mana Curve

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3. Comments On The Variation

This variant takes a much slower approach to traditional Tempo Warrior archetypes, utilising more Control tools so it can focus on late-game threats.

With this archetype, you have the option playing slowly and utilising weapons to slow opponents down, eventually using Sleep with the Fishes to swing back onto the board in the mid or late-game. Conversely, the option of a strong Tempo Mana curve is available using minions like Mountainfire Armor, Prince Valanar, and Direhorn Hatchling throughout the mid-game.

Mountainfire Armor deserves a special due to its unique functionality within Tempo Warrior. As a 3 Mana 4/3 minion, it has aggressive stats that are great for attacking opponents directly, however it is vulnerable to opponents minions. However, as the Deathrattle effect only triggers on opponents turns, they are greatly discouraged from killing it, especially against Aggro where granting you 6 Armor can be hugely detrimental.

The remainder of the game should play out similarly to other Tempo Warrior decks, putting maximum pressure onto opponents with solid Midrange minions. When you eventually run out of cards or when opponents are out of resources, N'Zoth, the Corruptor can be used as a final burst of tempo to finish off opponents.

3.1. Pros and Cons

This slower variant fares even better against Aggro decks due to having additional removal and Taunt minions. However, these extra tools come at the price of some tempo, making this variant slower than other Tempo Warrior decks allowing opponents more time to deal with the threats in the deck.

4. About the Author

This deck is presented to you by Pesty, a professional Hearthstone player playing since closed beta. She is a consistent legend player in both Wild and Standard with multiple high-rank finishes.

5. ChangeLog

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  • 15 Aug. 2017: Variant added.
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