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Card Choices Class Cards Lost in the Jungle — Aggressive deck such as this really needs 1-drops, and since two of them have rotated out, players had to fill the gap somehow. Lost in the Jungle is just a solid card — good early game play and has a solid synergy with Tarim later.
Righteous Protector — Protecting high-value minions is important to in this deck. Righteous Protector can frustrate opponents by soaking up two attacks. Divine Favor — This is a more aggressive build, has a plethora of early game minions.
As a result, Divine Favor can refill your hand with a fresh set of cards. Blessing of Kings — One-of buff, good to deal some damage immediately from the hand or to trade up.
Sunkeeper Tarim — Another staple Paladin Legendary minion. Sunkeeper Tarim stacks buffs with Murloc Warleader and Gentle Megasaur making him a potent threat in this deck.
Vinecleaver — Late game weapon that you can use to protect your board or just to finish the game. Murloc Tidecaller can get out of hand very quickly in this deck. Rockpool Hunter — If you can stick a Murloc, Rockpool Hunter is far and away your best early game play.
Coldlight Seer helps you keep your Murlocs healthy and ready to trade efficiently. Or just go face. Nightmare Amalgam — There was no dedicated Murloc card in the latest set, however, Nightmare Amalgam fills that gap somehow.
Gentle Megasaur — Landing a Megasaur on a board for of Murlocs can be game ending. Spellbreaker — Silence is a great tool in this meta. Whether you need to stop some ongoing effect, negate a Deathrattle or just get through a big Taunt, Spellbreaker will be there to help.
Fungalmancer — Since the deck wants to fight for the board control, buffing your minions lets you trade more efficiently. Keeping your Murlocs alive also means that you can stack more before dropping another board-wide Murloc buff. Fast decks are generally the Aggro decks e.
Odd Face Hunter or high tempo Midrange decks e. Slow decks are slower Midrange and Control decks. Vs Fast Decks Higher Priority keep every time: Generally, Murloc Tidecaller is the best 1-drop to keep if you also have a Rockpool Hunter.
Rockpool Hunter — Landing a buff with Rockpool Hunter on turn 2 can be game-winning.
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Call to Arms — Even if you somehow fall behind in the early game, Call to Arms has a super high chance to get you back into the game. With just a single card, you should be able to create a pretty solid board presence, possibly put a Taunt Protector in the way and throw some knives Juggler.
Great keep even after the nerfs.
Lower Priority keep only if certain conditions are met: Unidentified Maul — With a 1-drop and 2-drop already. Vs Slow Decks Higher Priority keep every time: In slow matchups, Murloc Tidecaller is your best 1-drop, but you will gladly take any of them, to be honest.
Rockpool Hunter — Amazing snowball card, your Turn 1 Murloc Tidecaller usually survives, so you can often buff it with Rockpool on curve.
Hydrologist — Hydrologist is a much better card against slow decks, but is still less optimal than Rockpool Hunter. If you play those on the curve with 2 Murlocs on the board, you can make a really solid board state.
Generally, Warleader is more aggressive, but banks on them not having an AoE to answer it. Seer is slower, but plays around AoE better. Play Strategy This is a deck with a lot of explosive power, but also several tools to sustain pressure throughout the game.
The flexibility of the archetype lends itself to varying builds. In the past, the deck included high-cost threats in Bonemare and Tirion Fordring to maintain threats into the late game.
In the last expansions, the deck has shifted towards aggressive builds that look overwhelm opponents within the first few turns. Beyond the specifics of the cards in the deck, Discover and Adapt mechanics allow us to adjust our gameplans on the fly. Vs Aggro Against aggro, the early game tempo is key.
Prioritize control of the board state in all of your decisions and fight hard to establish a stable footing.Hearthstone Database, Deck Builder, News, and more! Only show decks I can create.
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Lost in the Jungle is just a solid card – good early game play and has a solid synergy with Tarim later. Cheatbook your source for Cheats, Video game Cheat Codes and Game Hints, Walkthroughs, FAQ, Games Trainer, Games Guides, Secrets, cheatsbook.