Evolve Token Shaman Deck List Guide (July 2017, Standard) – Season 40

Our Un’Goro Evolve Token Shaman deck list guide will teach you how to pilot this popular Season 39 deck! Our guide features mulligan, play, and card replacement strategies!

Introduction

Evolve Token Shaman is a very fresh archetype. While people have experimented with similar decks in the past, they’ve only became popular very recently, over a month after Journey to Un’Goro’s release. Token Shaman is a rather straightforward deck. The play style is a bit similar to Token Druid – you want to flood the board with small bodies and then snowball the game with Flametongue Totem, upgrade your board with Evolve or just finish the game with a huge Bloodlust push.

The deck list used in the guide is the standard one which is seen all over the ladder and in the tournaments. Multiple pros have hit high Legend ranks playing it or took it to the HCT Playoffs. Some players have tried to change it a little, for example remove the Evolve package for the sake of consistency, but most deck builders are going back to this list, as it seems to be most powerful. I don’t know who first came up with this list – if you know, let me know in the comments and I’ll credit the author here.

Check out our List of the Best Standard Un'Goro Decks for Hearthstone Ladder

Update – Evolve Token Shaman in July 2017, Season 40

This list is just super solid and requires no changes at the moment. Evolve Shaman is easily a high tier 1 deck at the moment. We’ll see how it does once Quest Rogue is nerfed and more Control decks can come out of the woodwork.

Evolve Token Shaman Mulligan Strategy & Guide

I’ll divide the mulligan section into two – against fast decks and against slow decks. Fast decks are generally the Aggro decks (e.g. Pirate Warrior) or high tempo Midrange decks (e.g. Midrange Hunter). Slow decks are slower Midrange and Control decks.

Vs Fast Decks

Higher Priority (keep every time):

  • Bloodsail Corsair – You keep it every time, no matter if you face a weapon matchup or not. As long as you don’t draw Patches, it’s one of the better 1-drops you can have – 1/2 that summons 1/1 with Charge would be used in every Aggro deck.
  • Fire Fly – A little worse than Bloodsail Corsair tempo-wise (because you need to pay 2 mana for a similar effect), but it’s still great. It gives you something to play on turn 1 and it has great Flametongue Totem synergy thanks to the 2 bodies.
  • Flametongue Totem – Your main way to snowball the early game. After you have at least 2 minions on the board, Flametongue can be used to trade up or to put a lot of pressure.
  • Jade Claws – 2/2 weapon to kill some early minions and you get a small body to buff with Flametongue or Evolve on top of that. Great card.

Lower Priority (keep only if certain conditions are met):

  • Maelstrom Portal – Great board control tool vs other fast decks that flood the board. At the same time, it might be useless in some matchups. You want to keep it against the decks that want to put multiple bodies on the board early – e.g. in the mirror, against Pirate Warrior or Token Druid. But you don’t want to keep it against Murloc Paladin, which tend to play only a single minion per turn and focus on buffing stuff or Secret Mage, which mostly plays 3 health minions in the early game.
  • Primalfin Totem – Keep it if the rest of your hand is good. The card is great if you have board control, but it’s pretty weak if you fall behind early. So you first need to assure that you will have ways to keep it alive.

Vs Slow Decks

Higher Priority (keep every time):

  • Bloodsail Corsair – Similarly to fast matchups, it’s your best 1-drop, as you summon 2 bodies for the price of 1. It’s the only card in the deck you can follow up with Flametongue immediately and get the full value.
  • Fire Fly – You really want a 1-drop and Fire Fly is a great one. Multiple bodies are hard to answer in the early game.
  • Flametongue Totem – Probably the highest priority card in slower matchups – if you have it and your opponent can’t answer it, you should be able to close out the game really quickly.
  • Primalfin Totem – Unlike fast decks, slow decks generally don’t put minions on the board in the early game, or at least not as much. Primalfin Totem has a higher chance to stick, it can also bait a small removal so you can play Flametongue right after.

Lower Priority (keep only if certain conditions are met):

  • Jade Claws – Only if your opponent might have a target you want to kill early. For example, you keep it against Priest (because of cards like Northshire Cleric or Radiant Elemental), but you don’t really want it against Jade Druid or Control Paladin – they might not play any minion you want to hit in the first 3 or 4 turns so you prefer more proactive plays.
  • Mana Tide Totem – If the rest of your hand is really good. This deck tends to run out of steam pretty quickly, sometimes after a single AoE clear you might not have a way to refill the board. Mana Tide is great, because it has a high chance of sticking (especially if you played either Primalfin or Flametongue on turn 2, because those would eat a removal) and drawing multiple cards with it is really great.

Evolve Token Shaman Win Rates

Winrates provided by Metastats

Evolve Token Shaman Play Strategy

Evolve Token Shaman can be classified as an Aggro deck, but more precisely a board flood Aggro deck. Just like other decks of this kind, Token Shaman is incredibly board-reliant and can’t really do much without minions. The deck has almost no reach – the only burn spell (assuming no board) is Jade Lightning, there are no Charge minions and the only weapon in the deck is 2/2 (Jade Claws). I just want to emphasize how important keeping your board alive is – you want to protect it, you want to make trades yourself most of the time, because if you lose board control, your main win condition is gone. You’re left with a lucky Evolve.

About Evolve, the card serves two purposes. First is “AoE buffing” of your board, something a bit like Druid’s Mark of the Lotus. When you have a big board of small minions, mostly tokens, Evolving it will usually result in a stat upgrade. Evolving 1/1 into a random 2-drop will on average give him at least +1/+1, maybe some effect, maybe it will even turn him into a 4/4 (Millhouse Manastorm). Of course, there is always an off-chance of getting a random Doomsayer, which is terrible, but that’s the risk of playing this deck. The second purpose is the combo with Doppelgangster. The card summons three 5 mana minions, so if you combo it with Evolve, for the cost of 6 mana you get three random 6-drops. Most of the time that’s a huge tempo gain. There are some low rolls like Big-Time Racketeer or Corrupted Seer, but there are also high rolls like Savannah HighmaneCairne Bloodhoof or even the Frozen Crusher.

Vs Aggro

Your main goal against Aggro is to get board control and keep it. Most Aggro decks also rely on the board to do something (like Token Druid or Murloc Shaman) or have ways to burn you down in the mid game (like Pirate Warrior), so you need to burst them down first. You want to initiate the trades all the time. By being proactive you can pick the trades which are best for you. For example, if your opponent has a 1/1 minion and you have a 1/1 and 1/2 of your own, if you’re the one trading, you can trade it with a 1/2 and now have two minions alive. Being ahead on the board makes your cards significantly stronger. Especially your Totems – Flametongue TotemPrimalfin Totem and Mana Tide Totem are all incredible if you’re ahead and very weak if you’re behind. Those cards gain value over time – the longer they stay on the board, the better they are.

Stonehill Defender is very weak in Aggro matchups. It’s one of the most common mistakes – you should NOT keep it and you should NOT play it unless you don’t have any other plays. While yes, it gives you card advantage, it’s a very weak tempo play. You spend 3 mana to get a 1/4 minion on the board, one that can get easily cleared etc. Sure, you have your Taunt card, but it doesn’t matter if you’re going to lose board control. Playing for the tempo is your best bet in the early game – play your slow cards once you gain board control to refill. Same goes for the Mana Tide Totem, it’s even slower than Stonehill Defender and has even bigger snowball potential when you’re ahead.

You can’t be too greedy with your Evolve in those matchups. Most of the time you can’t really wait until turn 6 to combo it with Doppelgangster, you want to Evolve your board if you have some spare mana. Of course, if you have one of the Totems rolling and it doesn’t look like it’s going to die, it’s better to not Evolve and keep your totem value going. But if you managed to stack a bigger board without Totems or you’re about to lose the board control, Evolving might be the best choice.

Bloodlust can be used for board control – if you have a bunch of small minions you can pop Bloodlust, trade up with some of them and use rest of your board to push for face damage. Since your Aggro opponent will try to constantly fight for board control, it might be hard to use it effectively. But if your opponent ever decides to ignore your board and start pushing face damage (e.g. Pirate Warrior in a desperate situation), you want to play as many minions as possible one turn (since they won’t likely get removed) and then Bloodlust, probably for lethal, the turn after.

Vs Control

Games vs slower decks can be divided into two categories. There are games where you snowball the board early and finish it with a quick Bloodlust. This is the perfect case scenario and the main goal of your deck. Those games will happen more often than you think – if your opponent doesn’t draw AoE until turn 5, they might be dead. But, if they draw the AoE or your early draws were poor and you didn’t put much pressure, you need to have a plan B. The deck can go for a bit longer game. Tempo, board floods and burst victory are still your ways to win, but you want to achieve them in a bit different way.

There are tons of cards that are played specifically for slow matchups. First and most important – DoppelgangsterEvolve. Remember that your opponents were likely using AoE clears on your boards full of small minions. E.g. it’s very common that the Warrior will Brawl a bunch of 1/2’s and 0/2’s just to not get bursted down with Bloodlust. Three random 6-drops that suddenly appeared out of nowhere might be too much for your opponent to handle, and so they might not have a way to deal with all of them.

The deck runs the basic Jade package – Jade ClawsJade Lightning and Aya Blackpaw. To be honest, they aren’t enough to really win the game by themselves, as your Jades will ever only go up to 6/6. But it’s enough for tempo plays. For example, if your Jade Claws summon a 4/4, now you’ve played a 2 (+1) mana 4/4 with a 2/2 weapon attached. Your Jades are generally good Evolve targets too, because they’re only vanilla minions with rather weak stats. For example, a random 3-drop will be on average a big improvement over the 2/2 Jade Golem.

Stonehill Defender is there also mostly for the slow matchups. The card is weak in terms of tempo, but gives you more steam to work with. On the other hand, Thing from Below is a very high tempo card – not only you’ll be using your Hero Power quite often in the mid game, but all the Totems you actually run in the deck will make it go down to 0-2 mana very quickly. It’s also a great Evolve target – especially if it was on the board, you’ve attacked something, but it survived e.g. as a 5/2 and then you Evolve it. It Evolves into a random 7-drop, so it should be a nice upgrade on average.

General Tips

  • Devolve is best when used on the minions that have high stats. It’s bad to Devolve something that has low stats and a good effect, because it won’t really help. You can Devolve to negate some Deathrattles, card draw (Acolyte of Pain), synergies (Murloc Warleader) or buffs (Spikeridged Steed). It’s also a solid way to get through a Taunt – you can ignore a big minion and go face, but you can’t ignore a big Taunt. Devolving it probably means that you can now ignore it.
  • Sometimes it’s better to just not Evolve your board if you’re afraid of the Doomsayer. Most of the time it doesn’t matter, but if you’re really ahead and you’re winning the game anyway, it’s better to not take the risk.
  • When it comes to Stonehill Defender, you generally want to pick the high tempo cards, especially ones that can put on some pressure. Thing from Below is probably the best pick, because it’s both pretty big and it’s a high tempo card. Earth Elemental is also surprisingly good – Aggro decks will have a hard time to get through it and it’s a big threat in slower matchups.
  • It’s good to not overextend on the board. If you go all-in and the board gets cleared, then you might lose. But if you only play as many minions as you need, your opponent might hold onto the AoE or just AoE a smaller board and give you a way to refill the board. Try to play enough minions to set up the Bloodlust lethal. You can go all-in and flood the whole board only if you have a lot of cards in your hand and you will be able to refill easier. Also remember about your Hero Power – it increases the board size without committing any cards. 0 attack Totem threatens 3 extra damage with Bloodlust, so it’s not useless and might force your opponent to clear even a weak board.
  • If you have a big board but you’re few points short off lethal, you can still use Bloodlust and make a big push. The thing is, your board might disappear soon after. If you don’t pull the trigger in time, you might not have another opportunity. If your opponent doesn’t have a clear, they will die next turn to the rest of your board anyway (most likely) and if they do, you might be able to finish them with more minions, Jade Claws or Jade Lightning.

Evolve Token Shaman Card Substitutions

Evolve Token Shaman is a relatively cheap deck and even though it runs 2 Legendaries, it can be played on a budget. The deck will be weaker without those cards, but it will still be viable.

Patches the Pirate – The card is pretty important, as it turns the Bloodsail Corsair into a great 1-drop. Without Patches, there is no reason to play the two early Pirates – you want to remove them too and replace all 3 with other early game minions. Argent Squire might be an okay choice, as it has a good synergy with Flametongue Totem. Glacial Shard is an okay replacement, as it can buy you some tempo and protect your important minions for an extra turn. Alternatively, Southsea Deckhand can be played even without Patches, as it’s sometimes a 2/1 with Charge for 1 mana (as long as you have Jade Claws equipped). You can also put a tech card like Hungry Crab if you keep facing Murloc decks.

Aya Blackpaw – Aya is a cheery on the top of the Jade package. It’s the only card that gives you +2 Jade procs. You can try running Jade Spirit as a budget option, but it will make your Jade package a bit weaker. You can also play Cult Master to have a better refill option – if you’re going to trade a few minions anyway, having Cult Master to draw a few cards on top of that is great.

Maelstrom Portal – The card is from One Night in Karazhan. I would recommend just getting it, as it’s from the 1st Wing, but if you can’t you can just pick some 1-drops from the ones I’ve listed before and play them instead.

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55 Comments

Discuss This Deck
  1. IzziRDG
    July 3, 2017 at 11:03 am

    I can’t seem to get past rank 17 with this deck. The only substitute I use is blood mage thalnos instead of aya please help

    Reply
    • Huinkenr
      July 9, 2017 at 7:07 am

      you can change aya for barnes

      Reply
      • Matt
        July 10, 2017 at 11:49 am

        Between average impact when summoned and average cost of the little dude for evolve Barnes is almost a strictly worse version of Jade Spirit.

        Reply
  2. Gooblaf
    July 1, 2017 at 7:39 am

    It is a great deck. The only downfall is it is very volatile on the first 3 turns. Meaning you can draw all 6s or all totems and be at the mercy of the other players onslaught. I won the first 10 matches in a row with this deck. After that it is 50/50

    Reply
  3. JJ
    June 29, 2017 at 5:31 am

    The deck is actually terrible. 0-5 atm, even with a good mulligan at rank 12 (i’m like 15 right now). Justg awfull.

    Reply
    • JJ
      June 29, 2017 at 1:56 pm

      Ok update, i’m like 15-5 atm (r8). 😛 not that bad.

      Reply
    • XD
      July 15, 2017 at 5:06 pm

      Hahaha. The learning curve!

      Reply
  4. user123456
    June 26, 2017 at 2:49 pm

    i fckng hate the DEvolve card!it kicks my own ass every time!

    Reply
    • user123456
      June 26, 2017 at 2:52 pm

      and it does not work against the rogue Quest buff

      Reply
      • Jowser
        July 2, 2017 at 9:08 am

        But it does against anything else.

        Reply
  5. Matt
    June 24, 2017 at 6:06 am

    Every time I run into Tar Creepers in the mirror I get smashed. Is cutting Stonehills for Tar Creepers to guarantee totem value and tempo a thing?

    Reply
    • RampageKC
      June 24, 2017 at 7:19 pm

      You could try -1 Devolve for +1 Sea Giant for mirror match ups. Helped me quite a bit.

      Reply
      • Matt
        June 25, 2017 at 5:16 am

        I already run Sea Giant.

        Reply
  6. DanTheMan
    June 21, 2017 at 3:48 pm

    Btw is Bloodsail really worth the craft? Im running Southsea instead, and actually the version with the highest win rate in the meta score was also running southsea… I see its a double boddy etc, but then its no charge, less attack and 200 dust for two.

    Reply
    • Ulti Atlas
      June 21, 2017 at 4:39 pm

      I actually like to use bloodsail in this deck since it will usually be a great counter to weapons in meta such as pirate warrior or even paladin’s truesilver or hunter’s eaglehorn bow. Weapons are really used in the meta right now and this card even saved me from a pirate warrior double upgraded arcanite reaper. Worth the craft.

      Reply
    • Matt
      June 22, 2017 at 7:08 am

      If you are strapped Southsea does a lot of fun stuff like taking out totems with weapon in the mirror and is actually pretty close. Bloodsail is very slightly better imo though.

      Reply
    • Keepo
      June 22, 2017 at 9:53 am

      bloodsail vs war axe or reaper won me so many games. its important and 1 mana weapon removal with 1/1 charger swings the board

      Reply
  7. Piep
    June 20, 2017 at 11:37 pm

    Is aya worth the craft? I don’t have a lot of dust but i’m considering crafting it

    Reply
    • DanTheMan
      June 21, 2017 at 3:59 pm

      Aya is really nice. She really gives u 3 cards on board every time she cycles, and the as u know the golums get bigger… thats to say imagine a game where maybe u only had a 5-5 golum without Aya…
      Now Aya will Produce a 6-6 She is a 5-3 and her Death is another 7-7.
      I was gonna craft her, and then I got her for free in a pack. 🙂
      The budget alternative would be Jade Chiftain. he produces One golum with Taunt. But he is also a 7 mana cost card (aya is 6).

      She is Key in Jade Rogue and Jade Druid.
      So if u like big minions that are green and Roar, u will need to craft her.
      One of my fav. Legendaries By far (and a very high value on Board).

      Reply
    • Matt
      June 22, 2017 at 12:10 am

      2nd most powerful card in standard right now after patches. The only problem is she’s only used in a few decks.

      Reply
      • Dude
        June 29, 2017 at 7:22 am

        That’s definitely not true. Aya is great but the deck works fine without it.

        There are several cards in standard which are way more meta-defin

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        • Matt
          July 3, 2017 at 11:49 am

          Just removing Aya from the deck drops the winrate by over 3%. For comparison removing Tarim from murloc pally only drops the winrate by 1%.

          Reply
  8. DanTheMan
    June 19, 2017 at 2:59 am

    This deck is a Powerhouse.
    My main concerns are Taunt poop and Mage.
    If I was to throw in a Eater of Secrets, what would be a good card to take out, and would it hurt the deck allot?
    Also I’ve seen people running, spirit echo, looks like a good card, anyone has any opinions on this?
    Thnx.

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    • Matt
      June 19, 2017 at 9:50 am

      The deck doesn’t have a lot of room for tech choices. Most common cuts are 1 of the devolves, 1 of the bloodlusts or both of the stonehills but all of them come with big consequences.

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      • Matt
        June 19, 2017 at 10:08 am

        Also echoing a bunch of random 6-drops isn’t that strong and with all the chip damage that this deck starts with just ending the game with bloodlust is way more powerful than echo.

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        • DanTheMan
          June 20, 2017 at 3:11 pm

          Thanks for the nice explanation. I’m just gonna stick to what it is for now…
          I did have one Evolve where all cards turned in to battle cry cards, thats why I was thinking it could be strong to play them from hand in late game… But Yeah, then I probably won right after anyways that time.

          Reply
  9. irishkid200
    June 15, 2017 at 10:24 am

    Im running a budgeted version:

    – x2 Bloodsail Corsair
    – x1 Patches
    – x1 Aya
    + x2 Wicked Witchdoctor
    + x2 Argent Squire

    Working great, got to rank 9 with it

    Reply
    • Matt
      June 16, 2017 at 8:21 am

      Master of evolution seems better than witchdoctor.

      Reply
  10. Ryder
    June 12, 2017 at 11:02 am

    I run -1 devolve, no pirates, +1 murloc tidecaller, +1 bluegill, +1 eater of secrets (i hate secret mages with a passion) and haven’t lost since i made the changes. My issues running this decklist were that I would very frequently end up on turn 2 or 3 having drawn nothing but a mix of evolve, devolve and totems. I had two games where turn 4 had me with 2x evolve, 2x devolve, a mana tide and a primalfin. for an “aggro” deck, it had an astonishingly inconsistent early game.

    Reply
    • Voltage351
      June 13, 2017 at 8:00 am

      You took 4 cards out and but those 3 in. What is the other card you put in???

      Reply
      • MtheBrawler
        June 14, 2017 at 5:24 am

        What?
        There are 3 pirates in this decklist

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    • Jalen
      June 13, 2017 at 8:01 am

      You’re dropping 4 cards (Patches, 2x Corsair, 1 Devolve) and only adding 3. Are you adding 2x of one of the murlocs?

      Reply
      • Ryder
        June 16, 2017 at 12:02 am

        whoops! my fault. yeah, i did two bluegills, but i’ve been experimenting with different combos of 1- and 2-drops

        Reply
  11. DanTheMan
    June 12, 2017 at 9:53 am

    To be honest, I really like the looks of this deck, looks fun.

    Reply
  12. DanTheMan
    June 11, 2017 at 4:36 pm

    How do I tech against this deck? Or do I need to craft it and play it?
    THis is what I am up against all day. And I get smashed.

    Reply
    • Matt
      June 11, 2017 at 5:39 pm

      Put 6 board wipes in a deck. Rest of the cards don’t really even matter.

      Reply
      • DanTheMan
        June 11, 2017 at 6:29 pm

        thanks, just opened a taunt warrior quest, maybe I try that on this annoying things tomorrow 😉

        Reply
        • DanTheMan
          June 11, 2017 at 8:42 pm

          ps. dusted that stupid clunky quest and crafted Lyra. 🙂 Silence priest FTW.

          Reply
          • Matt
            June 11, 2017 at 9:57 pm

            Divine spirit + inner fire into the new devolve craze is always a solid option 🙂

      • DanTheMan
        June 18, 2017 at 3:06 am

        I now, crafted this deck and, it’s good fun. Still missing the Dobbelganger though… just need to fill up the dust bottle without actually dusting anymore viable Legendarys… Sigh 😉

        Reply
  13. K
    June 11, 2017 at 12:36 am

    Missing this few cards:

    1 mana tide
    1 primafin
    1 aya

    Swapped for

    1 spirit echo
    1 lightning storm
    1 jade spirit.

    Any suggestions to the card changes?

    Reply
    • Matt
      June 11, 2017 at 9:14 pm

      I’d try 2 spirits and the echo instead of the lightning storm. You are going to need targets for echo if you aren’t playing aya.

      Reply
    • irishkid200
      June 15, 2017 at 10:27 am

      I’d just dust spirit echo to craft the primalfin and mana tide. Jade spirit, witchdoctor, or squire work well to replace Aya.

      Reply
  14. Mitch
    June 9, 2017 at 4:05 pm

    Always draw late game early and when i need late game cards i draw a tidalfin or a maelstrom

    Maybe I’m just not lucky.

    Always evolve my patches into doomsayer too.

    Reply
  15. Alexzon
    June 9, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    I run this deck with a Cult Master instead of a Mana Tide Totem and a Sea Giant instead of a Devolve.
    Works pretty well to me.

    Reply
  16. rgb123
    June 9, 2017 at 9:29 am

    I’ve played this deck a lot and you do want to keep devolve against numerous decks:
    Priest, paladin, hunter, warrior

    Reply
  17. Matt
    June 8, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    As an agro player 4 1drops feels light, I always thought 6 was the magic number. I want to keep flametongue and toss back 2 in a ton of mulligans but I just don’t trust the deck to give me the turn 1 play.

    Reply
    • Matt
      June 10, 2017 at 2:40 am

      It plays like a completely different deck but -2 jade lightning, -1 aya, +2 argent squire, +1 stormforged axe is really smooth.

      Reply
      • Matt
        June 11, 2017 at 6:05 am

        Yea, nevermind. This deck isn’t agro. It has gas for days. No reason to remove the jades. It plays better as midrange.

        Reply
  18. djfroq
    June 7, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    This is origin list ( https://twitter.com/hint24s/status/861881543542710272 ) from Japanese player hint24s(@hint24s), and reached Legend rank with this list.
    Then another Japanese player STR(@str_22333b) reached Legend #24 rank with list. ( https://twitter.com/str_22333b/status/862953104496508928 )
    I guess after this some famous Japanese player shared this list though Twitter and some sites like here then spread worldwide.

    Reply
  19. Ulti Atlas
    June 7, 2017 at 4:42 pm

    Got from rank 20 to rank 10 with this deck with no losses. And I suggest for those who can’t afford the Karazhan wing for the maelstrom portal like me, you will need another AOE like Lightning Storm or Volcano. In my case, Lightning storm worked out great.

    Reply
  20. KSA
    June 7, 2017 at 9:50 am

    I’ve won several games with this build. It’s fun to play.

    Reply
  21. Seshos
    June 5, 2017 at 5:06 pm

    i cant win two games in a row whit this deck 🙁

    Reply
    • Woodsy
      June 6, 2017 at 2:17 pm

      You are the man dude

      Reply
    • Idiotspotter
      June 8, 2017 at 8:18 am

      Idiot.

      Reply

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