Stealth Rogue Deck List Guide - Madness at the Darkmoon Faire January 2021

Last updated on Jan 22, 2021 at 13:00 by Kat 1 comment

This guide contains detailed strategy, mulligan, and deck-building information to help you improve your Stealth Rogue play for The Madness at the Darkmoon Faire meta.

Stealth Rogue is a hyper-aggressive deck that aims to rush opponents down as quickly as possible. It utilises Stealth minions to ensure they are not killed off before attacking opponents, while also making them an excellent target for attack boosts like Nitroboost Poison and Cold Blood.

Card List

Rogue Cards
0 Backstab Basic 2
1 Deadly Poison Basic 1
1 Spymistress AO 2
2 Eviscerate Classic 2
Neutral Cards
1 Southsea Deckhand Classic 2
1 Worgen Infiltrator Classic 2
4 Dread Corsair Classic 2
4 Steeldancer SA 2
5 Cutting Class SA 2
5 Jandice Barov SA 1

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Stealth Rogue Mulligan Guide

Stealth Rogue relies on having early-game minions to begin pressuring opponents and you should use your mulligan to aggressively look for them.

You should always look for Spymistress, Sneaky Delinquent, and Worgen Infiltrator in your opening hand.

If you already have 2 Stealth minions, or 1 Stealth minions and The Coin, you can additionally keep Greyheart Sage.

Against Aggro, you can additionally look for Backstab to help control the board in the early game.

Against Control, you can additionally keep Jandice Barov to ensure you can maintain pressure going into the mid game.

Stealth Rogue Strategy

During the early game, you should look to put light pressure onto your opponent with your minions, but prioritising drawing cards using Greyheart Sage.

Once you draw into it, you should play Self-Sharpening Sword as soon as possible. With it equipped, you should swiftly follow up with weapon buffs from Deadly Poison and Nitroboost Poison, and begin attacking your opponent directly with your weapon.

After your weapon is up and running, you can freely follow up with minions like Steeldancer, Dread Corsair, and Doctor Krastinov to add further pressure your opponent before using a mix of direct damage like Eviscerate and Southsea Deckhand to finish them off.

Against Aggro, should look to made additional trades with your weapon, and even Eviscerate, to help protect your minions and maximise the recurring damage they are able to deal.

Against Control, you should try to get additional value out of your cards, specifically saving your Self-Sharpening Swords until you have multiple weapon buffs available to boost the value of Steeldancer and Doctor Krastinov. Jandice Barov can often be used as a powerful mid-game tool to slow down your opponent and force them to waste their removal.

Stealth Rogue Card Swaps

Against Aggro, 2x Burrowing Scorpid can be used instead of 1x Deadly Poison, 1x Jandice Barov.

Against Control, 1x Hooked Scimitar can be used in place of 1x Backstab.

Changelog

  • 22 Jan. 2021: Deck added.
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