Quasi-Fatigue Valuedin (April 2017, Season 37, Standard)

Class: Paladin - Format: Mammoth - Type: Control - Season: 37 - Style: Ladder

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General Mulligans

Generally you want to draw your cards which draw more cards so you're looking for:

Hydrologist - just one as you want curator to draw one later.

Stonehill Defender - Great to grab a flex card or another Tirion.

Truesilver Champion - This card is rarely denied value.

Elise the Trailblazer - If you can get this card off early you'll enjoy the value earlier of course.

Aggro Mulligans

You need to control the board early-game to survive to your healing cards late-game.

Wild Pyromancer - This card is almost a must to be comboed with secrets from Hydrologist, The Coin, or with Equality.

Stonehill Defender - This card is also a must against aggro as you'll need the taunt to protect your health and to generate more taunts.

Wickerflame Burnbristle - This card shines against aggro decks.  Combine with Redemption from Hydrologist for more value.

Truesilver Champion - You'll need this against most aggro decks to heal and clear.

Doomsayer - This card is also excellent early against aggro.

Midrange Mulligans

The deck holds up just fine against most mid range decks if you manage your removal.

Combo Mulligans

The deck struggles against The Caverns Below.  You'll need to pressure the Rogue or use Dirty Rat to disrupt their quest.

Against Control Mages use Dirty Rat to pull essential pieces onto the board before finishing them off with removal.

Control Mulligans

Make sure to generate value from your value cards but don't draw from your deck unless it's absolutely necessary.  This deck can easily take control decks to fatigue so you don't want to overdraw.  

Note: Against Taunt Warrior you need to tempo out and pressure them before they can generate value from the quest. However, be careful not to overextend into brawl.

Try and play Elise the Trailblazer as early as possible for value.

A control/fatigue style Paladin deck which goes for maximum value into late game.  I don’t enjoy playing aggro and so designing a control deck that can compete in an aggro meta is a challenge but one that I think that this deck can pull off.

Against aggro, board clears and early taunts control into late game heals.  Against control, value into late game can be overwhelming to an opponent as you play large taunts over and over again.

Wickerflame Burnbristle  can be replaced with Tar Creeper.

Harrison Jones  can be replaced with Acidic Swamp Ooze  or Gluttonous Ooze .

Elise the Trailblazer  can be replaced with anything but late game against Priest/Control Paladin may suffer as a result.  If the meta is primarily aggro then replacing this card with more defense (such as a Tar Creeper) is recommended.

The Curator  is great for drawing into Stampeding Kodo  and Hydrologist .

Make sure to save your Wild Pyromancer  + Equality  (+ Dirty Rat ) combo for truly opportune times as throwing them away too early can see you become overwhelmed. 


Discuss This Deck
  1. Nemrod
    April 21, 2017 at 1:04 pm

    Primordial Drake?

  2. TheLawnNinja
    April 17, 2017 at 12:18 pm

    Needs more Spikeridged Steed. That card is an absolutely fantastic value, especially since Silence and morph effects aren’t present in a majority of the current meta decks. I’d cut Harrison and an Ivory Knight for a pair of the dino-ponies.

    • Tom
      April 18, 2017 at 7:08 am

      I cut the Harrison for a Black Knight, I think the amount of Taunt at the moment far out weighs the weapons… Not just in warrior either…

      • Weedar
        April 21, 2017 at 12:09 am

        I approve. Black knight worked out better for me. I’ve also switched Lay on hands for a Tar creeper. For rush i find it to slow, and in control matchups i really don’t want alle the card draw. Out of 20 games i barely used it. I’ve also considered Spikeridged steed, Barnes and Forbidden Healing in this spot. Any other tip for replacement is appriciated.


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