Updated: StrifeCro’s KFT Midrange Death Knight Divine Shield Paladin Player: StrifeCro - Published: August 10, 2017 - Updated: 5 months ago Tweet Class (21) 1Righteous Protector2 1Smuggler’s Run2 3Rallying Blade2 3Wickerflame Burnbristle1 4Arrogant Crusader2 4Chillblade Champion2 4Consecration2 5Bolvar, Fireblood1 5Grimestreet Enforcer2 6Spikeridged Steed2 6Sunkeeper Tarim1 8Tirion Fordring1 9Uther of the Ebon Blade1 Neutral (9) 2Prince Keleseth1 3Grimestreet Smuggler2 3Stonehill Defender2 4Corpsetaker2 7Bonemare1 8The Lich King1 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +80 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: PaladinFormat: MammothType: MidrangeSeason: Season 41Style: Ladder Link: Source Dust Cost: 13,360 Edit in Deck Builder Check out more Knights of the Frozen Throne Deck Lists! StrifeCro has changed this build a lot, it has gone from more Control heavy to this more Midrange/Hand Buff build. Pro Paladin Decks Asmodai’s OTK Paladin – Top 100 Legend (January 2018) Omegazero’s Murloc Paladin – Hearthstone World Championship 2017 Hoej’s Murloc Paladin – Hearthstone World Championship 2017 Ant’s Murloc Paladin – Hearthstone World Championship 2017 Thijs’ Midrange N’Zoth Paladin (January 2018) 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 10 Comments Discuss This Deck Faruk Karakaya September 7, 2017 at 10:35 am this deck had no chance against evolve shaman. Reply Shadyzz August 19, 2017 at 4:57 pm what can bolvar be removed for… since im lacking a bolvar Reply Nazgul August 26, 2017 at 1:06 am I’d say another bonemare. Card is so strong, or a skelemancer. Reply Baby August 13, 2017 at 5:07 am Best deck I ever played try it you won’t be disappointed Unless you sucked at the game just switch the prince keleseth if you don’t have him with a alxestrasza great deck Reply ycpunk August 11, 2017 at 9:20 pm It’s midrange. The goal is to be fighting for the board not to give up the board and then comeback with equality clear. Reply Mirthum August 11, 2017 at 10:49 am Idk, if u dont get prince in ur mulligan u will be punished the whole party. And it seems that defile warlock or freeze mage will control u so well, warrior too. Maybe is good to punish some token shaman or ramp druid but is not that solid. Reply Ellionious August 11, 2017 at 7:31 am How important is the Prince in this deck? Reply Tyrano August 11, 2017 at 10:21 am I was wondering this too… but consider Strifecro bypassed all the 2-cost minions in order to trigger Prince for this build. Knowing that, and that some of the best cards in HS are 2-mana, it looks like it may be an important piece of the puzzle…? Of course that could all change by tomorrow. Reply Nenzo August 11, 2017 at 1:58 pm more like he bypassed the whole equality pyro packaged, which arguably is the strongest board clear package with paladin Reply Zephyr August 13, 2017 at 9:11 am 2 Consecration has been sufficient board clear for me when combined with the consistently buffed minions that this list allows for. Lich King also provides great board control in a pinch late game, which I can consistently reach thanks to the lifesteal I get in the early game. This will need tuning as the meta progresses, but I can see it doing really well. 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.