Updated: Dog’s Frozen Throne Discard Quest Warlock Player: Dog - Published: August 10, 2017 - Updated: 5 months ago Tweet Class (24) 1Lakkari Sacrifice1 1Malchezaar’s Imp2 1Soulfire2 2Clutchmother Zavas1 2Darkshire Librarian2 2Defile1 3Howlfiend2 3Silverware Golem2 4Lakkari Felhound2 5Blood-Queen Lana’thel1 5Doomguard2 6Siphon Soul2 8Twisting Nether2 9Lord Jaraxxus1 10Bloodreaver Gul’dan1 Neutral (6) 1Mistress of Mixtures2 2Acidic Swamp Ooze1 2Doomsayer2 10Deathwing1 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +8 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Hearthstone Top Decksis supported by advertisements. Please consider whitelisting usor using our Amazon Coins link when purchasing packs! Learn More about Amazon Coins Deck Information Class: WarlockFormat: MammothType: ControlSeason: Season 41Style: Ladder Dust Cost: 12,420 Edit in Deck Builder Check out more Knights of the Frozen Throne Deck Lists! Pro Warlock Decks Dalesom’s #10 Legend Control Demon Warlock (January 2018) Samueltsao’s Warlock Zoo – Hearthstone World Championship 2017 Jasonzhou’s Control Demon Warlock – Hearthstone World Championship 2017 Omegazero’s Control Demon Warlock – Hearthstone World Championship 2017 Tom60229’s Cube Warlock – Hearthstone World Championship 2017 Hearthstone Top Decks is supported by advertisements. Please consider whitelisting us or using our Amazon Coins link when purchasing packs! Learn More about Amazon Coins 5 Comments Discuss This Deck dood August 11, 2017 at 7:06 pm It’s not very good. Reply will October 7, 2017 at 10:12 am how is it not good? Reply ModdedAshes October 7, 2017 at 4:02 pm I actually have won over 80% of my games with this deck. Reply Brian Mistark October 15, 2017 at 1:40 pm Honestly it really isn’t that great. Have better luck after sub jaraxus for cruel dinomaster. Jaraxus honestly is too much. You play him before bloodreaver, you are restricted to only 15 health with a 3 lifesteal hero power which makes the hero power obsolete. Play him after you play blood reaver, and again you traded too much advantage. Jaraxus is decent in all other aspects, however in this deck he is a “win more” card that helps only finish the game already practically secured anyways. This deck is very weak against rush decks, therefore it’s better to have dino instead as you can discard with out much worry as you will gain value from Dino’s deathrattle. Also works well in conjunction with a later game deathwing. If you are playing a rush deck, you need that mid range to give you big value, not a high cost that is lack luster in comparison to its counterpart bloodreaver. Reply Brian Mistark October 15, 2017 at 1:43 pm Oh also, if you discard bloodreaver you need to win asap. Sometimes especially early game after mulligan, having him in hand is a HUGE weakness. If you discard him early it’s basically most cases GG, if you keep discards to a minimum with him in hand then you won’t get the quest, which is the other nearly critical aspect to keep the deck afloat. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name E-Mail CommentRegister to keep track of your comments. You can also build and favorite decks!Avatar: Registered users can now pick their own Avatar! Register or Login and select one via your Settings page.Comment Policy: Any comments that are overly derogatory will be removed and could result in an account or site ban.