I've been playing around a card, which I originally disliked, but now love, Tamarys, Earthshaker
. The idea is mostly playing cards that give you some kind of advantage over the opponent (while having a decent body), and Hooru has that in spades. The idea is to use those cards, together with flying units, in order to stop all threats while slowly pushing damage through the air.
, Valkyrie Enforcer
, Poaching Drake
and Tamarys, Earthshaker
are all cards that neutrilize (or outright kill) enemy units while having evasive (Copperhall Bailiff
being the exception), reasonably statted bodies. Hooru Pacifier
shuts down certain decks completely, Kothon, the Far-Watcher
is an inexpensive early blocker that can't be permafrosted or exhausted, and is card advantage in the late game, Shelterwing Rider
is an inconsistent damage dealer, and a really consistent blocker. Yisha, the Equalizer
is the icing of the cake, transforming Tamarys, Earthshaker
into a monster.
has been performing reasonably well, both as a removal magnet and an occasional card drawing engine, exchanging unneeded power for units.
Finally, Lieutenant Relia
is being tested right now. I liked the idea of the power fixing, taking into account that Whispering Wind
can tutor it by trading a Tamarys, Earthshaker
if in a pinch. Hasn't really been pulling it's weight yet. I used to have Xulta Loyalist
in this slot, as a pseudo Paladin Oathbook
, and it was ok. Any suggestion for a card to fit the slot would be appreciated.
Market has Hailstorm
because, even with all the anti-go-wide-strategies this deck has, sometimes you still need this card. Pristine Light
cause it's awesome, The Winter Crown
as a not-too-expensive win-more card, Korovyat Palace as the finisher, and Crownwatch Standard
as a power or life gain. Pretty confident with my choices here.
The deck is REALLY consistent, as it has answers to all types of decks, and works well against the bosses. Knowing what to get from the market is absolutely essential, so know your enemies. When unsure about what to draw, pull out Pristine Light
Tell me how the deck performs for you, and please leave a comment!