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Top Rastakhan’s Rumble Decks Week 14 (Standard and Wild)

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Hello all. My name is neon31HS and I post daily High Legend Decks on Twitter.In this Report you see Decks played High Legend 05.03 – 11.03

Latest Report: Top Rastakhan's Rumble Decks Week 13 (Standard and Wild)

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Standard Decks

Druid

Hunter

Mage

Paladin

Priest

Rogue

Shaman

  • None found

Warlock

Warrior

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Wild Decks

Druid

Hunter

  • None found

Mage

Paladin

Priest

Rogue

Shaman

Warlock

Warrior

  • None found

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Posts of the Week:

YayTears published a website where you can visit the Decks played in the Hearthstone Master's Cup. If you are Competitive, this is something you need to follow! You can find it here.

Ecoutepasca_HS and his team worked on analysing the Master's Cup with over 40k games already played. Great work, so if you want to see what worked good so far, look at their Specialist Meta Report you can find here.

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Deck of the Week:

Starting now i want every week to feature a deck that isn't a T1 Deck.

First Deck i want to start with is Secret Paladin.


Secret Paladin played #6 Legend by twitter.com/Irony_HS

We see that the most played Deck (on the right) runs 2* Corpsetaker, 1*Thrallmar Farseer and 1* Argent Squire, but the list Irony_Hs plays uses instead 2* Amani Berserker, 1* King Mukla and 1* Spellbreaker.

King mukla is the perfect complement in this deck, for early game tempo and synergy with divine favor as well

Don't wanna see anymore playing bad cards kinda lost in the jungle, corpsetaker in this type of deck

– Irony_hs

Spellbreaker is extremly good versus Hunter or any Buffs, you maybe lost yourself too vs a early Scavenging Hyena.

Amani Berserker is a powerful 2 drop, 2/3 for 2 mana is fine and the upsite of a powerful 5/2 is very good. Also this Deck had the Problem that sometimes Call to Arms not had full value, with 2 extra 2 drops (instead of 1 1 drop) it get more value.

King Mukla is one of the best aggro cards in the game, with the problem of 2 bananas. Since this deck is very aggresive, we don't really care that much about it. With Noble Sacrifice we can play around Value trades our oponnent could get and also we could get potential 2 cards with Autodefense Matrix.

With Corpsetaker we would need to play bad cards like Thrallmar Farseer, the benefit is not that much and with Spellbreaker are in 12,4% of the Decks it can easily be countered.

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