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Antihero

Throne Deck By
EquivoKate
EquivoKate+0031
Punch Terfs Gaming

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My take on the Echo-Revenge HotP deck.

Just control the board until you can play your combos, play smart with removal, and don't be afraid to suicide your lifesteal units if you have to. Devouring a Piercing Grief end of turn is almost never a bad idea, even though it sucks when you immediately draw it.

Even if the ideal scenario is to give a revenge unit or the hero Echo with Elysian Pathfinder, even hitting something like the Temple Scribes isn't awful.

Versus aggro, don't be afraid to slam a Piercing Grief turn two just for some life or a Blistersting Wasp for some board presence.

Another combo to keep in mind is holding back a revenge unit in your hand until your Heroes come back with Destiny, as this will refresh their Revenge, giving them another go around.

Details

Shiftstone Cost
Does not include campaign cost
11,350

Premium Cost
104,800

Influence Requirements
3 2 1

Power Sources
12 13 12 12

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Deck Rarities
9 45 8

Card Types
25 0 25 0 25

Archetype
Control Combo

Updated
October 13, 2017

Added
October 12, 2017

Views
1,459

Eternal Version
The Tale of Horus Traver

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empyreanmax Eternal Version: 1.26
>Devouring a Piercing Grief end of turn is almost never a bad idea, even though it sucks when you immediately draw it.

On the contrary I think that is one of the reasons it may be a bad play, but more importantly I think I'd generally rather save devour for protecting a Hero or Makto (my version) from silence since that is this deck's one big weakness and devour is your only real out against that. All of your opponent's very best options against an on-board Hero or Makto (silence, madness+sac, touch of the umbren, polymorph, etc) get completely BTFO by a devour, with extra hilarity if you immediately hit the Makto you just sacrificed. I've also devoured for surprise blockers off the top as well. I'm not concerned about this deck in a long game so if I'm not pressed for time I would rather hold out for one of these scenarios.
EquivoKate Eternal Version: 1.26.3
You're fine with eating a silence. What kills this deck is aggression, and devouring EoT lets you gain a few life and dig for your Harsh Rules and what-not.

Let them silence a thing. You have more threats.