Sponsors – GamersGearEU | Twitter – @Fade2Karma | Facebook – Fade2Karma | www.Fade2Karma.com Written by @F2K_Dethelor Every week the pros from team Fade2Karma break down the “Deck of the Week.” These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team F2K explain the deck lists and how to play them. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Introduction November 2015 win-rates: 31-7 vs. Secret Paladin Generic Mulligan Against Aggro: Unstable Ghoul and the Weapons are the best cards here. Keep these, as well as Armorsmiths and Acolytes. Playing a t2 Ghoul into t3 Acolyte is often enough to give you an advantage heading into the mid-game. Against Midrange Decks: Weapons + Acolyte of Pain should be the key cards here. If you are playing second against a deck such as Midrange Druid, it is correct to keep Death’s Bite, Inner Rage and Patron if you have these 3. Against
Sponsors – GamersGearEU | twitter – @Fade2Karma | Facebook – Fade2Karma | www.Fade2Karma.com Written by @F2K_GameKing Every week the pros from team Fade2Karma break down the “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team F2K explain the deck lists and how to play them. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Introduction The Grimm Patron Deck has come up after the 2nd hearthstone adventure, Black Rock Mountain, and has always been a very strong part of the meta. With its strong card draw mechanic, it’s very consistent and you don’t lose games immediately after some unfortunate RNG effects – there’s a huge comeback potential. The Game Plan Put down some small defensive minions and remove your opponent’s small minions with your weapons. Draw as much cards as possible with Acolyte of Pain and Battle Rage. Win the game with : a) 4
Tired of all the Grim Patron Warrior variants? Don't want to go back to Control Warrior? Well, here's an alternative, suprise your opponents with this One-Turn-Kill combo deck that revolves around Raging Worgen + Charge.
he owner and captain of Team Celestial uesd Combo Druid, Zoo Warlock, and Patron Warrior, to win 9 games en route to the Dreamhack Summer Trophy.
Can these decks spell victory for you? Well, might aswell try them, right?
After yesterday’s teaser about new heroes being added to Hearthstone, Community Manager Zeriyah revealed the first of the new heroes arriving at the inn soon. The first new addition to the game will be the Warrior King of Ironforge: Magni Bronzebeard. Along with new portrait artwork for the hero, the additions will include new animations for the individual’s hero power, new emotes unique to the hero, a custom play area, and a new card back which can be used with any deck. Magni will be purchasable from the Hearthstone store for $9.99US. Purchasing this hero will not add new cards to your collection or change the associated class Hero Power. Heroes purchased from the store are automatically Gold cards and do not require 500 wins like the original heroes. For more information check out the full post below, and let us know what you think about these new heroes in the
This week I am highlighting another great deck made by MrYagut. If you’ve been listening to the Well Met Podcast recently you’ll know I had a pretty bad run in Hearthstone for a week and dropped down to around rank 13 after getting up to rank 7. This deck helped me get out of my rut and jump up to rank 5. The meta at the time I was playing it though had shifted to midrange without a lot of taunt. This past week that has changed a bit so this deck might not be as good right now. I will say though that I was having great success against Zoo, Face Hunter, Priest Control, and Midrange Paladin. This deck does seem to falter though against Ramp Druid, Tempo Mage, and Control Warrior. Grim Patron Warrior is a bit of a toss up depending if you can kill them off
This has been my personal deck of choice to ladder this past week (and maybe for the next week or so depending on the meta). Control Warrior as a whole has a pretty decent win rate but is pretty boring to play. By adding in a bit of dragon flavor, I have to say that I really enjoy Control Warrior a lot more now. Also, my original thought of Nefarian being a lame card has changed, he does work and has won me quite a few games. I went from Rank 20 to Rank 12 with this deck in the first week and probably could have gone higher if I had more time to play. I’ll most likely talk about it in next week’s Well Met podcast. So the deck is basically your standard control warrior with the addition of 2 high end dragons that then synergize well with the
I realize this is the second Grim Patron Warrior deck we have done in the last few weeks, the first was Yong Woo’s Crazy Trigger deck. However, in the last few weeks it appears Grim Patron has gone from a gimmick, to getting in a place where it’s one of the top decks in the game. In fact, LiquidHearth has recently ranked it as the #1 deck in their recent power rankings. Now this deck is very difficult to play. You can’t expect to just roll it up and win right off the bat. The deck takes a lot of practice to understand it, and I don’t think even sitting here explaining how to play it will help all that much, but I’ll try to do my best. The deck is all about the combo with Warsong Commander, Grim Patron and Frothing Berserker. You use Unstable Ghoul, Whirlwind, Death’s Bite deathrattle,
Yong Woo is a senior producer for the Hearthstone team at Blizzard and also a pretty damn good player of the game. Each season he usually ranks pretty high with some unconventional decks that he has created and so far this one is my favorite. Last week’s Deck of the Week I was talking about trying to make Grim Patron work in a deck, and Yong Woo has a pretty good thing going here with his Trigger Crazy Warrior Deck. Personally, I’m still not a fan of Battle Rage and even considered taking it out for another Commanding Shout. Also, with Axe Flinger now out with wing 2 releasing I really want to incorporate it with the deck. Originally I tried doing so by swapping out Frothing Berserker but that ended up being a terrible idea. I’d say removing the Arcanite Reaper and replacing it with a Axe Flinger is
Episode 56: Grim Patron Warrior Deck This week we try bring you our twist on the Grim Patron Warrior deck. It makes for a lot of fun when paired with the Warsong Commander. It’s got good tempo and a few other benefits that put us on the winning side of the table several times. We hope you enjoy! http://patreon.com/HSPowerHour Deck List Grim Patron Warrior Class: Warrior Warrior (22) Inner Rage x2 Execute x2 Whirlwind x2 Fiery War Axe x2 Armorsmith x2 Cruel Taskmaster x2 Bouncing Blade Frothing Berserker x2 Warsong Commander x2 Death’s Bite x2 Brawl Crush Grommash Hellscream Neutral (8) Acolyte of Pain x2 Grim Patron x2 Sludge Belcher Emperor Thaurissan Dr. Boom Kel’Thuzad