Jailer Paladin Deck - Murder at Castle Nathria

Last updated on Sep 28, 2022 at 18:00 by Kat 3 comments

This guide contains detailed Strategy, Mulligan, and deck-building information to help you play Jailer Paladin in The Maw and Disorder expansion meta.

Jailer Paladin is a Midrange deck that aims to survive until the late game in order to play The Jailer to create a board of immune minions to defeat opponents.

Card List

Paladin Cards
1 Knight of Anointment FitB 2
1 Sinful Sous Chef MCN 2
2 Battle Vicar FAV 2
2 City Tax UiS 2
2 Equality Core 2
2 Order in the Court MCN 2
2 Seafloor Savior VSC 2
3 Alliance Bannerman UiS 2
3 Muckborn Servant MCN 2
3 Righteous Defense UiS 1
3 Shimmering Sunfish VSC 2
3 Stonehearth Vindicator FAV 2
4 Cariel Roame FitB 1
7 The Countess MCN 1
7 The Leviathan VSC 1
8 Lightforged Cariel FAV 1
9 Lightray VSC 2
Neutral Cards
3 Prince Renathal MCN 1
4 Blademaster Okani VSC 1
4 Blademaster Samuro FitB 1
4 School Teacher VSC 2
4 Theotar, the Mad Duke MCN 1
6 Reno Jackson Core 1
10 The Jailer MCN 1

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Jailer Paladin Deck Mulligan Guide

  • General Mulligan (keep regardless of what your opponent is playing)Order in the Court, Stonehearth Vindicator, Knight of Anointment, Alliance Bannerman.
  • Mulligan against Aggro (also keep if you think you are playing against an aggressive deck)Battle Vicar.
  • Mulligan against Control (also keep if you think you are playing against a slow deck)Theotar, the Mad Duke.

Jailer Paladin Deck Strategy

Jailer Paladin utilises its abundance of minions to curve out and slow down opponents, while drawing through its deck in order to find Order in the Court. With Order in the Court in hand it can be freely played from Turn 4 onward when you have Mana to spare in order to draw into your high-cost cards in the late game. Once at 10 Mana, the Jailer can be played in order to make your minions immune and destroying your deck from the remainder of the game. After this has been done, Reno Jackson and The Countess can be played to heal up and generate additional immune minions to close out the game.

Against Aggro, you could look to curve out your minions in order to slow down your opponent as much as possible, taking full advantage of the buffs from Alliance Bannerman. If things get out of control you can make use of Equality and City Tax to reset the board as needed.

Against Control, you should be especially careful losing The Jailer to cards like Theotar, the Mad Duke and Mutanus the Devourer. The best way to do this is to use your own Theotar to steal the problematic cards from your opponent as well as keeping your hand full of minions like Silver Hand Recruits to reduce the chance of your opponent hitting the key cards in your hand.

Jailer Paladin Deck Card Swaps

Against Control, add 1x Catacomb Guard for 1x Righteous Defense to more consistently access Order in the Court.

Changelog

  • 28 Sep. 2022: Guide added.
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