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Snuggles Control Priest Deck

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Episode 46: Snuggles Control Priest Deck This week (once we get past a bumpy last minute intro) we have a fairly legendary heavy Priest control deck called “Snuggles”.  However a lot of them are swappable and the deck still remains solid.  If you’re into Heroes of the Storm be sure to check out the Heroes Power Hour on Tuesday nights as well!  We hope you enjoy! Deck List Control Priest – Snuggles Class: Priest Priest (20) Circle of Healing x2 Holy Smite x2 Light of the Naaru x2 Power Word: Shield x2 Northshire Cleric x2 Shadow Word: Death Dark Cultist x2 Auchenai Soulpriest x2 Holy Nova Vol’jin Holy Fire Cabal Shadow Priest Prophet Velen Neutral (10) Wild Pyromancer x2 Injured Blademaster x2 Harrison Jones Sylvanas Windrunner The Black Knight Baron Geddon Dr. Boom Ragnaros the Firelord

One of the things that Team 5 has told us since the beginning of Hearthstone is the epic stories that come from some of the games and how much they want to encourage that as it’s part of what makes Hearthstone so much fun. So imagine as a priest you somehow get Mistress of Pain from a Warlock or from a Piloted Shredder drop. If this happens, it might be wise to not play Auchenai Soulpriest. Watch the video below to see why. It’s been confirmed that this infinite damage combo is not a bug and is intended design. Basically the Mistress of Pain gets damaged and tries to heal the hero, but because the soulpriest is in play the minion does damage instead. Since the minion does damage it tries to heal, but because the soulpriest is in play the minion does damage instead. Since the minion does damage it tries

 

Control Priest Deck

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Episode 37: Control Priest Deck This week we play a control Priest deck and after a rough first game it ends up with concedes left and right on the opposite side of the board.  Don’t forget that the Power Hour is available on iTunes as well!  We hope you enjoy! Deck List Control Prist Class: Priest Priest (20) Circle of Healing x2 Silence Holy Smite x2 Power Word: Shield x2 Northshire Cleric x2 Shadow Word: Death Dark Cultist x2 Shadow Madness Auchenai Soulpriest x2 Holy Nova x2 Holy Fire Cabal Shadow Priest x2 Neutral (10) Zombie Chow x2 Wild Pyromancer x2 Injured Blademaster x2 Defender of Argus Loatheb Sludge Belcher x2

Every Friday a legendary member from team DKMR breaks down Don’t Kick My Robot’s “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team DKMR explains the deck lists and how to play them. Make sure you check out Don’t Kick My Robot if you want to become a better player or check out their premium services if you would like them to do a 1 on 1 coaching session with you to help you better your game. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Gunnar – 2P – Waypoint Faramir here to bring you the next DKMR Deck of the Week. This week we will take a look at the Deathrattle Priest, mainly innovated by Zetalot. There are a lot of variations of it , we will use the list Faramir played in the Blizzcon Qualifiers. The reason it got so popular is that

 

Deathrattle Priest Deck

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Episode 26: Deathrattle Priest Deck This week we demonstrate a fairly effective Deathrattle Priest deck!  Twizz gets pretty passionate about the Deathlord and Studder is dumbfounded at a GREEEEEEDY Leeroy play by a Warrior 😛  Other than that it’s effective and we give recommendations on what cards to swap in and out! Deck List Deathrattle Priest Class: Priest Priest (14) Power Word: Shield x2 Northshire Cleric x2 Shadow Word: Death x2 Thoughtsteal x2 Dark Cultist x2 Holy Nova x2 Holy Fire Cabal Shadow Priest Neutral (16) Undertaker x2 Zombie Chow x2 Loot Hoarder x2 Unstable Ghoul Deathlord x2 Defender of Argus Loatheb Sludge Belcher x2 Cairne Bloodhoof Sylvanas Windrunner Kel’Thuzad

Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Hearthstats – Gunnar – 2P – Waypoint – SoulFire Masters Kisstafer here bringing you this week’s Amaz-ing deck of the week! Priest is considered to be the worst class in the game by most top players. However, according to GosuGamers recent statistics, Priest is the most winning tournament class in the game. These statistics may come as a surprise to some, but Liquid’ Amaz has been winning tournaments with Priest since the beginning of time. The strength of Priest lies in its ability to keep its minions healthy, its mass board removal with the Wild Pyromancer and Auchenai Soulpriest combos, and its extremely mana efficient cards like Cabal Shadow Priest and Shadow Word Death. Deck List 2x Circle of Healing: Circle of healing works really well with the Injured Blademaster and Auchenai Soul Priest. It heals the former to a 4-7, which is similar to Innervating out a Druid of the Claw if you

It’s Wednesday evening/Thursday morning which means Blizzard reveals another class card for Curse of Naxxramas. This week is the Priest’s turn, with its new minion: the Dark Cultist. Dark Cultist will give the Priest a nice early drop for 3 mana, and a 3 attack/4 health minion is nothing to sneeze at. Add in its Deathrattle ability, which will grant a friendly minion +3 health upon the Cultist’s death, and you have a decent little threat on the board. Unfortunately, the card really doesn’t seem to be as powerful as some of the others that have been revealed for other classes, as the Deathrattle ability is really easy to play around; it becomes worthless if the Cultist is the Priest’s last creature on the board. This is the 8th class card out of 9 that have been revealed now. Next week will surely be the Hunter and maybe after that

 

Episode 13: Shadow Priest and Control Priest Decks Shadow Priest Class: Priest Cards sorted by Low Cost Priest (18) Holy Smite x2 Power Word: Shield x2 Mind Blast x2 Shadow Word: Pain x2 Shadow Word: Death x2 Shadowform x2 Mass Dispel Holy Nova x2 Holy Fire x2 Prophet Velen Neutral (12) Bloodmage Thalnos Sunfury Protector x2 Wild Pyromancer x2 Sen’jin Shieldmasta x2 Azure Drake x2 Sunwalker Molten Giant x2 Control Priest Class: Priest Cards sorted by Low Cost Priest (20) Circle of Healing x2 Holy Smite x2 Power Word: Shield x2 Northshire Cleric x2 Mind Blast Shadow Word: Death x2 Thoughtsteal Auchenai Soulpriest x2 Holy Nova x2 Holy Fire x2 Cabal Shadow Priest Prophet Velen Neutral (10) Wild Pyromancer x2 Earthen Ring Farseer x2 Injured Blademaster x2 Azure Drake x2 Sylvanas Windrunner The Black Knight

You’re new to Hearthstone, you don’t have all of the cards yet and you’re trying to figure out a way to be competitive. You just start assuming this game is pay to win and blame your losses on the fact that everyone you’re playing has legendary cards and you don’t. You curse at Blizzard for making this game so that you have to pay money in order to win. You go onto the Hearthstone forums, youtube, facebook, etc. and you start complaining that the only way you can win this game is by paying real money and you somehow have it in your head that you’d be legendary by next week if you just had $500 to plop down on this game. Well, first of all, you’re wrong. The reason you’re losing is because you haven’t put in the practice yet. Those players beating you – are more than likely

Hearthstone’s first official ranked play season begins tomorrow. Something about it being the first official season has brought me back to the idea of grinding the ladder in pursuit of becoming a HEARTHSTONE LEGEND. I’d sort of avoided ranked play in the last couple of seasons because it just felt like the top ranks were populated by two to three ‘top tier’ decks circulating sites like our own. The promise of untold glory however has convinced me to give it another go, but as always, on my terms. That means, of course, building my own deck. Building a deck that can win out a majority of the time is difficult, and for me, incredibly stressful. I don’t just want to take recycled parts and mash them together to create a nearly identical clone of other existing decks. I personally want to innovate and make my own unique deck. The problem