Surrender's Summer World Championship Highlander Priest Deck
Table of Contents
- 1. Surrender's Highlander Priest Card List
- 2. Surrender's Highlander Priest Mana Curve
- 3. Comments On Surrender's Highlander Priest
- 4. Surrender's Highlander Priest Pros and Cons
- 5. Surrender's Highlander Priest Quick Mulligan Guide
- 6. About the Author
- 7. ChangeLog
This variant of Highlander Priest aims to put pressure onto opponents with strong minions like Dirty Rat and Kabal Talonpriest while still utilising a large amount of card draw to fall back on the powerful Shadowreaper Anduin and Raza the Chained if necessary.
1. Surrender's Highlander Priest Card List
This deck costs 11,820 and it is made up of the following cards.
|Priest Cards||Neutral Cards|
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2. Surrender's Highlander Priest Mana Curve
3. Comments On Surrender's Highlander Priest
This variant mostly follows the same strategy as other Highlander Priest variants, utilising large amounts of card draw to be able to play Raza the Chained and Shadowreaper Anduin as soon as possible to start burning down opponents.
This variant deviates from other Highlander Priests by utilising Dirty Rat and Kabal Talonpriest. These tech cards can be used for their strong stats to fight for board control against Aggro decks or to put pressure onto slower ones.
In addition to being a strong early-game board presence, Dirty Rat can also be held back to disrupt opponents by pulling key cards out of opponents' hands such as Raza the Chained or Archmage Antonidas. Against decks that run Doomsayer, Dirty Rat can be used to pull additional threats out of opponents' hands if they have Doomsayer on the board or occasionally pull Doomsayers out of opponents' hands when they are in a dominant board position.
Kabal Talonpriest has other uses in addition to its strong stats, much like Dirty Rat. If you are not trying to pressure your opponent, Kabal Talonpriest is usually best when combined with Northshire Cleric or Acolyte of Pain, greatly boosting their resilience to allow you to benefit much more from their powerful card draw effects.
4. Surrender's Highlander Priest Pros and Cons
This variant is much better at making proactive plays onto the board than other Highlander Priest decks, which can open up a win condition outside of Shadowreaper Anduin if opponents are caught off guard. The additional minions in the deck come at the expense of some board clear tools, making it a bit harder to clear opponents boards if they are able to take control.
5. Surrender's Highlander Priest Quick Mulligan Guide
Against Aggro decks you should look for additional tools to help contest the early-game board, such as Northshire Cleric, Holy Smite, Potion of Madness, Shadow Word: Pain, and Wild Pyromancer if you have The Coin.
Against slower decks you should mulligan much more aggressively to try and get Shadowreaper Anduin in your opening hand in addition to Raza and Kazakus.
6. 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.
7. ChangeLog+ show all entries - show only 10 entries
- 17 Oct. 2017: Surrender's Summer World Championship Variant added.
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