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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #25 on: October 07, 2015, 11:32:48 am »
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He's missing TWO armorsmiths and a frothing beserker though, and all three of those cards are rare, and rares are the second most dust-inefficient thing to craft.  It's not a good investment at all.  A stompy control Warrior that ramps into that Rag and Grommash would be more serviceable without armormsith (since Patron Warrior expects 12 armor out of each armorsmith and control warrior expects like 3).  Or aggro warrior, which is cheap to build and usually underrated.
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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #26 on: October 07, 2015, 11:33:24 am »
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Also, Armosmith is probably not the card that's going to get him a dust refund if they nerf the deck.
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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #27 on: October 07, 2015, 11:36:53 am »
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He's missing TWO armorsmiths and a frothing beserker though, and all three of those cards are rare, and rares are the second most dust-inefficient thing to craft.  It's not a good investment at all.  A stompy control Warrior that ramps into that Rag and Grommash would be more serviceable without armormsith (since Patron Warrior expects 12 armor out of each armorsmith and control warrior expects like 3).  Or aggro warrior, which is cheap to build and usually underrated.

I strongly prefer aggro to control, so an aggro warrior deck sounds very much up my alley.

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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #28 on: October 07, 2015, 11:49:11 am »
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It looks like you could also put together a pretty decent Control Warrior.

I don't really understand how to play Control Warrior :(

Well, it does involve a lot of high-skill decision making, but the basic idea is not super hard. Just draw a ton of cards with Acolyte of Pain, remove all of your opponent's minions, and keep gaining armor until your opponent runs out of steam and then you can play an expensive minion and kill him with that.

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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #29 on: October 07, 2015, 12:42:28 pm »
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2 Fiery War Axe
2 Arcanite Reaper
2 Abusive Seargent
2 Leper Gnome
1 Mad Bomber
1 Acidic Swamp Ooze
2 Cruel Taskmaster
1 Frothing Beserker
1 Ogre Brute
2 Heroic Strike
2 Piloted Shredder
2 Wolf Rider
2 Korkron Elite
2 Ironbeak Owl
1 Loatheb
1 Spellbreaker
2 Bash
2 Upgrade

Something like that. 
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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #30 on: October 08, 2015, 01:30:12 pm »
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1x Hunter's Mark
2x Abusive Sarge
2x Worgen Infiltrator
2x Leper Gnome
2x Loot Hoarder
2x Explosive Trap
1x Freezing Trap
2x Wolfrider
2x Piloted Shredder
1x Eaglehorn Bow
2x Mad Scientist
2x Animal Companion
2x Kill Command
2x Unleash the Hounds
2x Quick Shot
1x Undertaker
1x Ironbeak Owl
1x Haunted Creeper

Your face hunter is pretty there.  It hardly hurts to be missing the second bow.  Having a Glaivezooka would be nice, but you can do fine without, and it's been hard to find stuff with 2 HP to hit lately anyway.

Haunted Creeper kind of wants Glaivezooka's help, and Knife Juggler kind of wants Haunted Creeper's help, so I left some of that out of my suggested build.  I have always been much more of a naysayer about Knife Juggler in facehunter than most people though so the mainstream ilne of thought would probably say to run those guys anyway.

Replacing Glaivezooka with an old school Loot Hoarder will let you keep more burn in your hand, allowing you to reach past Sludge Belchers and Noble Sacrifices better than other facehunters.

I've been running this and have lost perhaps 1 game with this deck IIRC.

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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #31 on: October 08, 2015, 01:32:41 pm »
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I hope you played more than one game!
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Re: The one in which chairs tries to get help deckbuilding
« Reply #32 on: October 08, 2015, 01:36:18 pm »
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I hope you played more than one game!

I'm going to start tracking my stats.
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