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N'Zoth Control Warrior Deck

Last updated on Sep 21, 2017 at 09:04 by Pesty 41 comments

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The following guide outlines how to play a more Midrange variant N'Zoth Control Warrior . It provides excellent results against aggressive strategies but can be found lacking in late-game attrition battles against other Control deck.

This build of the deck includes various tools to be able to stop extremely aggressive decks like Pirate Warrior in their tracks and is based on a build from Fibonacci, one of the strongest Control Warrior players in the world.

1. Card List

This deck costs 8,080 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. Strategy

3.1. General Playstyle

This build of N'Zoth Warrior is one of the fastest possible builds you can make. Although it generally defaults to a Control Warrior strategy of exhausting the opponent's resources and dominating the late-game, it does have the ability to play out games quickly by curving out with Midrange minions into an eventual N'Zoth.

This deck features a high number of Taunt minions that can be used to wall out the common aggressive decks in the format. You will need to assess the situation where possible and decide whether you need the immediate board presence of a Taunt minion now, or whether you can afford to develop a more proactive Deathrattle minion like Arfus. Due to the proactive approach of the deck, it is important to use it where possible as it can often be possible to achieve quicker victories by adopting a Midrange tempo strategy to overwhelm opponents and these opportunities may be missed with more defensive lines of play.

3.2. Card Swaps

Infested Tauren can be used to replace Twilight Summoner for a more defensive approach is Aggro decks become problematics.

1 or 2 copies of Dead Man's Hand can be added to prevent fatigue damage and greatly improve the decks strength in Control mirrors.

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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  • 21 Sep. 2017: This deck has been reviewed and deemed appropriate following the balance patch on 18th Sep.
  • 11 Aug. 2017: Deck updated for the Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion. Removed 1x Stolen Goods, 1x Infested Tauren, 1x Alley Armorsmith for 1x Arfus, 1x Blood Razor, 1x Bone Drake.
  • 01 Jun. 2017: Updated for new archetype format.
  • 06 Apr. 2017: Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Revenge, 2x Bash, 1x Justicar Trueheart, 1x Sylvanas Windrunner, 1x Infested Tauren for 2x Twilight Summoner, 2x Direhorn Hatchling, 2x Ravaging Ghoul, 1x Ironforge Portal.
  • 08 Jan. 2017: -2 I Know A Guy, -1 Stolen Goods, -1 Twilight Summoner, +1 Execute, +1 Slam, +1 Brawl, +1 Revenge.
  • 02 Dec. 2016: Deck added.
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