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Voidlord Only Demon Control

Last updated on Dec 14, 2017 at 10:30 by L0rinda 31 comments

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This is a variant of N'Zoth Demon Control Warlock. Even though the deck plays Bloodreaver Gul'dan, it only plays one Demon, which is Voidlord. Rather than dominate the board with removal, this variant of the deck cuts out some of the removal cards, and replaces them with efficient mid-sized minions, and a lot of Taunt.

1. Card List

This deck costs 10,880 Arcane Dust and it is made up of the following cards.

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2. Mana Curve


3. Comments On The Variation

This variant of N'Zoth Demon Control Warlock relies on the minions significantly more than other versions. Siphon Soul is removed for Corridor Creeper, which might seem strange, but there is so much Taunt in the deck that you can usually force your opponent to play a large number of minions and then remove them all in one go with Twisting Nether. Also, due to the removal of Siphon Soul, Lesser Amethyst Spellstone becomes more important. A copy of Chittering Tunneler is included to make the Spellstone upgrade a little more consistently.

As with the main list, the aim of the game is to survive until you have depleted your opponent's resources, and then finish them off while they are defenseless. However, with the addition of Bonemare to the deck, the chances for counter-attack are even better than the main version. Sometimes you will be able to clear the board and play a Corridor Creeper and then buff it with Bonemare on the following turn to put your opponent under immense pressure.

4. Pros and Cons

The big advantage of this deck is the consistency with which it can get multiple Voidlords into play. In metagames where opponents are relying on efficient minions, Voidlord will usually slow the opponent down substantially. This will enable you to get to Turn 10, and begin to make power plays such as Bloodreaver Gul'dan or N'Zoth, the Corruptor.

The downside of this variant is that the deck is weak to Silence effects. If your Possessed Lackey is silenced by a tempo deck, you might never recover quickly enough to set up a good defence.

5. Quick Mulligan

As you are focused on survival, you should concentrate on getting through the early turns. The cards listed below are all good for that. If the rest of your hand is good, you can also keep Possessed Lackey.

You can also consider keeping Hellfire and Tar Creeper if you feel that they will be quick enough, or if you have The Coin.

6. About the Author

L0rinda has extensive experience with Hearthstone. After starting out with Arena and becoming one of the most prominent streamers in that format, he moved over to Constructed and now primarily spends his time as a caster for Blizzard, Starladder, and Dreamhack.

7. ChangeLog

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  • 13 Dec. 2017: Variant added. This variant uses Possessed Lackey to fetch Voidlord and set up a wall of Taunts.
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