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deck-list-666 Deck
3 Nord Firebrand
3 Rapid Shot
3 Sharpshooter Scout
3 Daedric Dagger
3 Fharun Defender
3 Wind Keep Spellsword
3 Crushing Blow
2 Skaven Pyromancer
2 Young Mammoth
3 Earthbone Spinner
3 Preserver of the Root
1 Restless Templar
3 Shadowfen Priest
3 Doomcrag Vampire
1 Gortwog gro-Nagorm
3 Night Shadow
3 Whirling Duelist
1 Nahagliiv
1 Vigilant Giant
2 Blood Magic Lord
1 Odahviing

Dinner has been served!

3 [card]Nord Firebrand[/card]
3 [card]Rapid Shot[/card]
3 [card]Sharpshooter Scout[/card]
3 [card]Daedric Dagger[/card]
3 [card]Fharun Defender[/card]
3 [card]Wind Keep Spellsword[/card]
3 [card]Crushing Blow[/card]
2 [card]Skaven Pyromancer[/card]
2 [card]Young Mammoth[/card]
3 [card]Earthbone Spinner[/card]
3 [card]Preserver of the Root[/card]
1 [card]Restless Templar[/card]
3 [card]Shadowfen Priest[/card]
3 [card]Doomcrag Vampire[/card]
1 [card]Gortwog gro-Nagorm[/card]
3 [card]Night Shadow[/card]
3 [card]Whirling Duelist[/card]
1 [card]Nahagliiv[/card]
1 [card]Vigilant Giant[/card]
2 [card]Blood Magic Lord[/card]
1 [card]Odahviing[/card]
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Warrior deck
50 cards
Nord Firebrand 3

Nord Firebrand

1 Rapid Shot 3

Rapid Shot

1 Sharpshooter Scout 3

Sharpshooter Scout

2 Daedric Dagger 3

Daedric Dagger

2 Fharun Defender 3

Fharun Defender

2 Wind Keep Spellsword 3

Wind Keep Spellsword

3 Crushing Blow 3

Crushing Blow

3 Skaven Pyromancer 2

Skaven Pyromancer

3 Young Mammoth 2

Young Mammoth

4 Earthbone Spinner 3

Earthbone Spinner

4 Preserver of the Root 3

Preserver of the Root

4 Restless Templar 1

Restless Templar

5 Shadowfen Priest 3

Shadowfen Priest

6 Doomcrag Vampire 3

Doomcrag Vampire

6 Gortwog gro-Nagorm 1

Gortwog gro-Nagorm

6 Night Shadow 3

Night Shadow

6 Whirling Duelist 3

Whirling Duelist

7 Nahagliiv 1


8 Vigilant Giant 1

Vigilant Giant

9 Blood Magic Lord 2

Blood Magic Lord

12 Odahviing 1



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By: neverLukey
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Posted: 5 days ago
Crafting Cost: 18200crystal
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Hey guys, my name is neverLukey. Some of you might know me from ladder and twitch chat from streamers like CVH, RomanesqueHS, BradfordLee, etc.
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Today i want to show you my Doomcrag Control Warrior with which I’m having great success in high legend ranked play! I spent around 2 days playing and tweaking this deck, using all kind of different stuff and I think I finally found the perfect setup.
The deck itself is pretty self explanatory, you use the Doomcrags in conjunction with Sharpshooters and Firebrands to ping high value threats of your opponent and the Dagger Whirling Duelist combo to clear lanes, You can also use the Skaven Doomcrag combo to emergency clear a lane if you don’t have Dagger Duelist in hand, but keep in mind that everything on your side, except the Skaven, will die!
You might notice that I don’t run any ramp in this deck, be assured that I tried the ramp approach but it just doesn’t work in this aggro heavy meta right now. The 6 ramp cards (Tree Minders and Hist Groves) just end up as dead draw in 9 out of 10 games and are not worth playing in my opinion! If the meta slows down you can definitely add them again though.
The gameplan is pretty simple, try to mulligan for Rapid Shot and 2 or 3 drops to build early board control and make it your goal to clear everything your opponent plays. Right now you will most likely run into a lot of aggro decks like Action Assassin, Archer, Token Spellsword, Aggro Mage, etc. In this matchups it’s very important to quickly clear threats like Slaughterfish Spawning with Sharpshooters and Skavens, even if that means that you don’t have some of them for your Doomcrag combo!
I run a fair amount of early game creatures like Fharun Defenders, Wind Keep Spellswords and Young Mammoths to deal with aggressive decks and it works well so far. You also have 6 silences which help a lot against things like Werebats, Hexmages, Quin Raw’r Burglars, etc. and creatures that get played into the shadow lane which need to be cleared immediately because they represent lethal for example. As soon as you reach turn 6 to 7 and you managed to stay alive this deck will be able to utterly destroy your opponent with large threats like Nahagliiv, Night Shadows and Blood Magic Lord’s. This lategame is definitely enough to finish games even without the Swamp Leviathan’s from Hist Groves!
That’s basically it guys, if you have any questions/suggestions feel free to comment. I promise I will reply to everyone :D

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I hope you are having fun with this deck, I certainly do! You might catch a lot of players by surprise because Warrior is very underrated right now but maybe we can change that line of thinking soon ;)

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Doomcrag Vampire is the most underrated most under utilized legendary behind Divayth Fyr

neverLukey 5 days ago
I totally agree, it’s crazy what kind of stuff you can pull off with him! Especially if you already have one in lane and you get a Sharpshooter prophecy :D

Huffer667 4 days ago
Hey there, we have played several times last month and you definitely surprised me with the Vampire! We shared some wins/losses (umm, sorry if I was dripping with salt:)) and this deck definitely seems viable but can you elaborate on why do you play 3x Firebrand instead of 3x Raiding Party? The latter offers lot more versatility and I do not think this deck so desperately needs those 0 cost chargers. What do you think? Otherwise, thanks for sharing especially for the underused Fharun Defendder which I am glad to see!

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neverLukey 4 days ago
Hey, I definitely remember you we had some great games!
I run the Firebrands as single cards because you don’t need to set them up, you can play them instantly on turn 6 when you drop the Doomcrag. Furthermore in my opinion you just don’t have the room for more 3 drops when you take into account that you also use the Firebrands early to clear 1 HP threats that aggro decks like to run! For example, lets say your opponent drops Slaughterfish spawning on turn 3 and you have a Firebrand and a Mammoth in hand. You can play the Mammoth into the shadow lane and clear the other fish with your Firebrand, if you only had Raiding Party to play you would have nothing left on board after killing the fish next turn and still take the 3 damage.
I’m not saying that you can’t run Rading Party at all, I actually tried it, but it didn’t work out like I wanted it to and having something still on board is just higher value for me!

Huffer667 4 days ago
Thanks for the explanation, I understand your point and if you have tried Raiding Party but did not work out that is clearly a clue as to their usefulness. And thanks for remembering those games unfortunately I really suck at salt containment when I think I “deserve” the win but the opponent gets “lucky” which is just the nature of ccgs. Guess your in game name reflects on that as well:D Take care and continue to shake up the meta with seldom used classes!

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