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  1. What's new in this club
  2. The Witchwood

    still secret mage and zoolock and a fun but fruitless rogue deck
  3. The Witchwood

    Nerfs came out today. Played a number of games with Quest Warrior (not Baku version) and did quite well with it. The meta is in flux again while people try stuff out, so things are fun again. What are you guys playing now?
  4. The Witchwood

    Vex crow seems a bit on the weak side to me. If it was a Rogue card it would probably be broken, but Mage doesn’t appear to consistently be able to play enough cheap spells to support it. A 3/3 is easy to remove, so it’s unlikely to live longer than the turn you play it and it can screw you if it summons a doomsayer. I haven’t tried it due to the above, but would be interested in hearing about your experience with it and seeing your deck list.
  5. The Witchwood

    I managed to get my highest rank to date (7) and did so mostly with variations over the Vex mage deck. Tempted to craft the one that gives you a free secret because in the current meta timing properly the explosive and counterspell are game.
  6. The Witchwood

    Made a last minute push and made it to rank 1 on the last day of the season, which was worth it as it means starting at rank 5 in May. Baku Rogue feels like a good ladder deck at the moment, because it doesn’t auto lose against anything, so you always feel like you are in with a chance regardless of the match-up.
  7. Rogue decks

    Made a couple of changes that seem to improve this deck. Dropped the Dire Mole and the Hallucination and added a Hydra and a Scalebane. Feels like the deck has more midgame power plays this way.
  8. Rogue decks

    ### Baku Tempo # Class: Rogue # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 2x (1) Argent Squire # 2x (1) Cold Blood # 2x (1) Deadly Poison # 1x (1) Dire Mole # 2x (1) Fire Fly # 2x (1) Glacial Shard # 1x (1) Hallucination # 2x (1) Southsea Deckhand # 2x (3) Blink Fox # 1x (3) Edwin VanCleef # 2x (3) Fan of Knives # 2x (3) Hench-Clan Thug # 2x (3) Marsh Drake # 2x (3) SI:7 Agent # 1x (5) Leeroy Jenkins # 2x (5) Vilespine Slayer # 1x (7) Azalina Soulthief # 1x (9) Baku the Mooneater # AAECAaIHBrICrwSbyAKL5QKa7gKe+AIMjALLA5sF1AX1Bd0Il8ECgcIC68ICpu8C9/MCx/gCAA== # Saw Tys playing this deck and it looks strong. He ran Sonya instead of the second Blink Fox, but I don't have her yet.
  9. Mage decks

    ### Eleku # Class: Mage # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 1x (1) Arcane Artificer # 2x (1) Fire Fly # 2x (1) Glacial Shard # 2x (3) Acolyte of Pain # 2x (3) Black Cat # 1x (3) Nightmare Amalgam # 2x (3) Tar Creeper # 1x (3) Voodoo Doll # 1x (3) Zola the Gorgon # 2x (5) Bonfire Elemental # 1x (5) Dragon's Fury # 1x (5) Harrison Jones # 2x (5) Rotten Applebaum # 2x (5) Servant of Kalimos # 1x (7) Baron Geddon # 2x (7) Blazecaller # 2x (7) Flamestrike # 1x (9) Alexstrasza # 1x (9) Baku the Mooneater # 1x (9) Frost Lich Jaina # AAECAf0ECtACxQSQB5vTAtfhApbkAsPqArfxAp74At6CAwrsB/sMl8EC68ICwsMCysMCyMcCzvICxfMCvfoCAA== # Haven't tried this list much, but seems decent. Can probably be refined a lot more.
  10. Paladin decks

    ### Call Genn!! # Class: Paladin # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 2x (2) Dire Wolf Alpha # 2x (2) Drygulch Jailor # 1x (2) Equality # 2x (2) Knife Juggler # 2x (2) Plated Beetle # 1x (2) Rebuke # 2x (2) Vicious Scalehide # 2x (4) Blessing of Kings # 2x (4) Call to Arms # 1x (4) Consecration # 2x (4) Lightfused Stegodon # 1x (4) Mad Hatter # 2x (4) Saronite Chain Gang # 1x (4) Spellbreaker # 1x (4) Truesilver Champion # 2x (6) Crystal Lion # 1x (6) Genn Greymane # 1x (6) Sunkeeper Tarim # 1x (6) Val'anyr # 1x (8) Silver Sword # AAECAaToAgrcA/IF9AXPBrnBArfpAp3sAtLsAuHwAs30AgqvB9kHsQjZxwKbywL40gKJ5gLq5gK35wL27AIA # Paladin seems to be the only class to have really solid Odd and Even decks.
  11. Paladin decks

    ### Dude Swarm # Class: Paladin # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 2x (1) Acherus Veteran # 2x (1) Argent Squire # 2x (1) Blessing of Might # 2x (1) Dire Mole # 2x (1) Glacial Shard # 1x (1) Light's Justice # 2x (1) Lost in the Jungle # 2x (1) Righteous Protector # 2x (3) Divine Favor # 1x (3) Ironbeak Owl # 2x (3) Stonehill Defender # 1x (3) Sword of Justice # 2x (3) Unidentified Maul # 2x (5) Fungalmancer # 2x (5) Level Up! # 1x (7) Stormwind Champion # 1x (7) Vinecleaver # 1x (9) Baku the Mooneater # AAECAaToAgaiAv8CgwXxBYPHAp74AgxGpwX1BZfBApvCArjHAuPLApXOAtHhAovlAtblArXmAgA= # This feels like the strongest version of Odd Paladin at the moment. Keeps filling the board and applying pressure.
  12. Warrior decks

    ### BakuTank # Class: Warrior # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 1x (1) Fire Plume's Heart # 2x (1) Shield Slam # 2x (1) Town Crier # 2x (1) Whirlwind # 1x (3) Acolyte of Pain # 2x (3) Phantom Militia # 2x (3) Rabid Worgen # 2x (3) Reckless Flurry # 2x (3) Shield Block # 2x (3) Stonehill Defender # 2x (3) Tar Creeper # 2x (5) Brawl # 1x (5) Darius Crowley # 1x (5) Direhorn Hatchling # 1x (5) Harrison Jones # 2x (5) Rotten Applebaum # 1x (5) Witchwood Grizzly # 1x (9) Baku the Mooneater # 1x (9) King Mosh # AAECAQcIkAf7DNHDAtPDAqLHAs3vAvLxAp74AgtLogT8BP8Hm8ICysMCyucCquwCuuwCnfACxfMCAA== # Been trying this list recently and really like it. Won 5 games in a row with it at ranks 4-5 since I settled on this version. I crafted the Town Criers, Mosh and Crowley for it and I feel like they make a difference, but if you're short on dust you could sub in some other taunts instead of them. The key is not to always play the weapon after completing the quest, depending on the match-up and situation.
  13. The Witchwood

    Best odd decks I've tried so far are aggro Paladin, Quest Warrior and Elemental Mage. I've also seen a good looking Odd Rogue list and a Face Hunter list that I want to try out too. The only decent Genn deck that I've seen and tried is the Paladin one. Someone played a Warlock Genn deck against me, which looked quite good too. Plays a bit like the old Handlock and can get a giant out on turn 3, but not sure what the whole list looks like. Will add some lists for people to try.
  14. Hunter decks

    I just shot a warlock for 48 on turn 8 with this deck. ### Odd Hunter # Class: Hunter # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 2x (1) Candleshot # 2x (1) Fire Fly # 2x (1) Hunter's Mark # 2x (1) Play Dead # 2x (3) Animal Companion # 1x (3) Giant Wasp # 1x (3) Marsh Drake # 2x (3) Stitched Tracker # 2x (3) Tar Creeper # 2x (3) Terrorscale Stalker # 2x (3) Unleash the Hounds # 2x (5) Carnivorous Cube # 2x (5) Clockwork Automaton # 1x (5) Faceless Manipulator # 2x (5) Rotten Applebaum # 2x (5) Witchwood Grizzly # 1x (9) Baku the Mooneater # AAECAR8EkwTwwgL38wKe+AINjQG1A9sJ2MIC68ICysMCnM0C080Ci+EC4eMC8vECz/ICxfMCAA== # # To use this deck, copy it to your clipboard and create a new deck in Hearthstone
  15. The Witchwood

    Anyone has come across funny/original odd/even decks? So far I am not finding much originality. A druid mill deck, a shaman deck that was not OTK but elementals, and not much more.
  16. Priest decks

    Made myself a Genn/Even spiteful deck and it is working well so far. ### EvenSpiteful # Class: Priest # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 2x (2) Crazed Alchemist # 2x (2) Faerie Dragon # 2x (2) Shadow Ascendant # 2x (2) Squashling # 2x (4) Duskbreaker # 2x (4) Felsoul Inquisitor # 2x (4) Spellbreaker # 2x (4) Tortollan Shellraiser # 1x (6) Bone Drake # 1x (6) Cabal Shadow Priest # 1x (6) Genn Greymane # 1x (6) Lady in White # 1x (6) Mossy Horror # 2x (6) Spiteful Summoner # 2x (8) Free From Amber # 1x (8) Grand Archivist # 2x (8) Primordial Drake # 2x (10) Mind Control # AAECAa0GBpACx8sC0OcCy+wCzfQCsPsCDAjhBPIFoQbcwQLJxwKZyALOzALL5gLX6wKP7wLo+QIA # # To use this deck, copy it to your clipboard and create a new deck in Hearthstone
  17. The Witchwood

    I rarely play on the Americas account. Basically do some quests now and then and make sure I get 5 wins each month. The account is the same as on EU. I just switch regions
  18. The Witchwood

    Pally is the only class that has decent odd and even decks. Warlock is still strong and Priest is very good at the moment (Spiteful and Healing variants with Dragons). Basically the top three classes from the previous meta are still top dogs it seems. Shaman has gotten better and tempo Rogue still looks good. Do you play much on your Americas account Pid? What’s your Battle Net id there?
  19. The Witchwood

    Face Hunter also looks bad against Odd Quest Warrior, which is decent enough to see play I think.
  20. The Witchwood

    I am kinda sad of not seeing any acceptable Genn Greymane deck yet. The paladin one is kinda OK, but it basically means having always a dude on the table. And I don't think we will get cards with even/odd effect like the black cat in future expansions
  21. The Witchwood

    After playing a bit more my elemental shaman deck is doing ok (50% wins) and the Rogue deck is dumpster quality (as expected really). Face Hunter is still scary, but I guess it falls to any kind of paladin so it wont see much play.
  22. The Witchwood

    Reading this i am.quite happy with shudderwood for free and tess out off 7 packs. No what to do, but the 500 dust for iceblock was nice. Will wait a couple.of weekd before i dust all my cards and craft the ones i want😉
  23. The Witchwood

    Shudderwock is a cool card. The broken interaction is with Murmuring Elemental, which essentially creates "infinite" turns. I think if they just patch that so that it doesn't loop, while also speeding up or removing the animations of all of the battlecries then that should resolve the issues.
  24. Priest decks

    That does look very slow. I think you'd be better off adding Dusk Breakers instead of the Pipers and dropping things like Eternal Servitude and Holy Smite. Here's a similar deck that uses the old Spiteful Priest core with Lady in White and some of the same Dragon synergy cards in your deck: https://www.hearthpwn.com/decks/1082636-spiteful-lady-in-white I don't think you need Chameleos for it either.
  25. Priest decks

    Trying to get this deck to work. It is quite good at playing the Lady in White when it should be, but the problem comes afterwards: so big minions kills any sort of tempo and the spells ain't enough for an acceptable come back. ### LadyInWhite # Class: Priest # Format: Standard # Year of the Raven # # 2x (1) Holy Smite # 1x (1) Inner Fire # 2x (2) Divine Hymn # 2x (2) Shadow Visions # 2x (2) Shadow Word: Pain # 2x (2) Spirit Lash # 1x (3) Shadow Word: Death # 1x (4) Eternal Servitude # 1x (4) Mass Dispel # 1x (4) Shadow Madness # 2x (4) Witchwood Piper # 2x (5) Holy Nova # 1x (6) Lady in White # 2x (7) Nightscale Matriarch # 1x (7) Psychic Scream # 2x (7) Wyrmguard # 2x (8) Primordial Drake # 2x (9) Obsidian Statue # 1x (9) Ysera # AAECAa0GCNwB+AKiCdMK1grlzALo0AKw+wILlwLJBtcK0cECyccC5swC8M8Cju4CjO8CpvACvfMCAA== # # To use this deck, copy it to your clipboard and create a new deck in Hearthstone
  26. The Witchwood

    My experiences so far is: Shaman: Shudderwock-deck is even more stupid than Quest Rogue ever was. Not that good, but annoying as feck to play against. Saw Disguised Toast have a turn that took over 10 minutes (and he also ended up with 11 cards in hand). It's not even that fun to play the deck. I prefer my (so far worse) Elemental/Hagatha deck. Rogue: Tess Greymane can actually make a burgle deck work. I've only played 3 games with that deck so far but I've won two (at rank 5) and the amount of cards you can steal is silly. Spectral Cutlass is ace. Warlock (on the US server where I lack just about everything apart from a Cubelock deck): Still strong. Paladin (on the Asia server where I have even less cards): I play quest paladin because that's the cards I have. That bell thing is actually rather good. Hunter: Only played against it but Baku-hunter is frighteningly good. That's going to sort Cubelock out methinks. Dead long before they can cast Guldan. Currently my pick for deck to keep an eye on. You absolutely need tons of healing. Taunt isn't going to cut it vs this deck (as it deals a minimum of 3 damage a turn). I've seen two (bad) hand druid decks. They're really vulnerable to silence. Not seen (or played) any Mage, Priest or Warrior. I got a stupid amount of Epics but less Legendaries than I'd expect. I had a stupid amount of dust so I think I have everything I'll need from the set (even if I'm missing a fair amount of cards, but they look either bad or uninteresting).