Miracle Dragon Priest Deck
Miracle Dragon Priest Card List
This deck costs 6,380 and it is made up of the following cards.
|Priest Cards||Neutral Cards|
Miracle Dragon Priest Mana Curve
Miracle Dragon Priest Strategy
For the majority of the game the playstyle is very similar to Combo Dragon Priest, however instead of looking to save cards like Divine Spirit and Inner Fire you should instead be looking to save Lyra the Sunshard and Radiant Elemental.
When the time is right, either because your opponent is putting on a lot of pressure or you have Lyra, Radiant Elemental and a few cheap spells available, you should unleash the Miracle power of the deck to generate as many spells as possible. The aim of this is to weaken your opponents board while also generating many spells that can continue to control the board for many turns to come and eventually run your opponent out of resources.
Overall this variant is much better suited to playing longer games or at shutting down Aggro, however the lack of direct win condition in the deck will often make it difficult to win the game if you fall too far behind.
- 09 Dec. 2017: Deck updated for the Kobolds and Catacombs expansion. Removed 2x Crystalling Oracle, 2x Curious Glimmerroot, 2x Bone Drake, 1x Primordial Drake for 2x Duskbreaker, 2x Twilight Acolyte, 1x Dragon Soul, 1x Twilight Drake, Potion of Madness.
- 13 Aug. 2017: Deck updated for the KotFT expansion. Removed 2x Book Wyrm for 2x Bone Drake.
- 24 Jul. 2017: Guide updated to new Icy Veins archetype format.
- 07 Apr. 2017: Deck added.
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