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I played to Legend without a single Epic or Legendary card – and here are the budget decks I used

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With Rise of Shadows a few weeks old, the meta has stabilized enough to start building some long-term budget decks. To get a proper climbing experience, I timed my budget deck building to the start of the May season, and it took me a total of 10 days (22 hours played) to reach Legend with decks that do not use any Epic or Legendary cards.

I played and tuned each class until I felt confident that the deck works, or until I had no ideas on how to improve the class on a budget, after which I switched to another class. I played eight of the game's nine classes during the climb (did not get to Warrior), and managed to build Legend-capable budget decks for six of them.

Sometimes I landed on a good archetype right away, and it was just a matter of fine-tuning, and sometimes it took me some time to find even the archetype. For Paladin, for example, I ventured through Secrets and a Secret-Mech hybrid until landing on a pure Mech build.

For two of the classes, Rogue and Mage, I could not find a Legend-capable solution without any Epic or Legendary cards: cards such as Preparation, Waggle Pick, Edwin VanCleef, Myra's Unstable Element, Leeroy Jenkins, Mountain Giant, and Mana Cyclone seem to be pretty important for those classes right now.

For the other six classes, here are the budget decks I built and used in approximate order of strength:

#6: Zoo Warlock (1380 dust)

Deck code: AAECAf0GAvIF+wUOMPADigbOB9kHsQjCCJj7Avb9AomAA8yBA9yGA8SJA4idAwA=

Guide and gameplay video:
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https://youtu.be/gHmE-AD4WIE

Hearthpwn link:
1277002 old guardians budget mech zoo - I played to Legend without a single Epic or Legendary card - and here are the budget decks I usedhttps://www.hearthpwn.com/decks/1277002-old-guardians-budget-mech-zoo

#5: Murloc Mech Shaman (1680 dust)

Deck code: AAECAaoIAur6AuKJAw7FA9sD+QPjBdAHkwmY+wL2/QKJgAOMgAOMlAO1mAPGmQP0mQMA

Guide and gameplay video:
https://youtu.be/v3UjclHhazg

Hearthpwn link:
1277003 old guardians budget murloc mech shaman - I played to Legend without a single Epic or Legendary card - and here are the budget decks I used
https://www.hearthpwn.com/decks/1277003-old-guardians-budget-murloc-mech-shaman

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#4: Silence Priest (1500 dust)

Deck code: AAECAa0GAvIFgpQDDu0B+ALdBOUEpQnRCtIK8gzy8QKDlAOHlQOumwOCnQPInQMA

Guide and gameplay video:
LjGOq XIDZY - I played to Legend without a single Epic or Legendary card - and here are the budget decks I usedhttps://youtu.be/LjGOq-XIDZY

Hearthpwn link: https://www.hearthpwn.com/decks/1275956-old-guardians-silence-priest

#3: Token Druid (1400 dust)

Deck code: AAECAZICAA9A/QL3A+YFigbEBpj7Avb9AomAA4yAA7SRA8OUA86UA8qcA9OcAwA=

Guide and gameplay video: https://youtu.be/Ku2XOlbSmUI

Hearthpwn link: https://www.hearthpwn.com/decks/1276142-old-guardians-budget-token-druid

#2: Mech Paladin (1880 dust)

Deck code: AAECAZ8FAA/PBq8Hjwmf9QKl9QK09gKY+wLW/gLX/gLZ/gLh/gKJgAORgAPMgQO0mwMA

Guide and gameplay video: https://youtu.be/1O3u9xbCJhs

Hearthpwn link:
https://www.hearthpwn.com/decks/1276645-old-guardians-budget-mech-paladin

#1: Bomb Hunter (2040 dust)

Deck code: AAECAR8AD/sF2Qfg9QLi9QLv9QK09gK5+AKY+wKo+wK8/AL2/QLX/gKJgAPMgQO2nAMA

Guide and gameplay video: https://youtu.be/UwJJLEKYuc4

Hearthpwn link: https://www.hearthpwn.com/decks/1275304-old-guardians-budget-bomb-hunter

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