Bwonsamdi Spiteful Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #15 Legend (Thijs) Player: Thijsnl - Published: February 9, 2019 - Updated: 6 months ago - Dust Cost: 12,740 Tweet Class: Priest - Format: Raven - Type: Midrange - Season: 59 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Spiteful Priest - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (17) 1Chameleos1 1Northshire Cleric2 1Spirit of the Dead2 3Curious Glimmerroot2 3Twilight Acolyte2 4Duskbreaker2 6Cabal Shadow Priest1 7Bwonsamdi, the Dead1 8Free From Amber1 8Princess Talanji1 10Mind Control2 Neutral (13) 2Prince Keleseth1 3Gluttonous Ooze1 3Stonehill Defender2 3Tar Creeper1 4Twilight Drake2 6Bone Drake2 7Spiteful Summoner2 8Grand Archivist1 8The Lich King1 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? 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There is exactly ONE single card wich is worth to play from hand without battlecry and that is lichking, wich means you have to play LK on Turn 8 while spirit of the dead is on the baord + you have to draw 1-Mana-LK again while you have Talanji in your hand on Turn….540981923 ? Bownsandi works better with taunts and Deathrattles. -Keleseth -Grand Archivist -Spitefull Summoner -2 x Mindcontrol -Free from Amber -LichKing -Tanalji Log in to Reply Shurchil February 10, 2019 at 3:50 am Really bad deck. Loses in early game against anything that has 1, 2 or 3 drops. Relies on random draw luck in late game. Just skip that one. Log in to Reply CapitalG February 12, 2019 at 8:55 am Just so we’re on the same page, you’re convinced a deck that got piloted to #15 legend is terrible? Log in to Reply SilentKnight February 9, 2019 at 7:48 pm Is there any good replacement for Talanji? I don’t have it and I’m low on dust. Log in to Reply SilentKnight February 9, 2019 at 7:52 pm I guess this decks is not for me. I also don’t have a Chameleos. Log in to Reply Craw Wyrm February 9, 2019 at 12:30 pm I don’t understand Grand Archivist in this deck. Seems like he’s randomly going to screw something up. Wouldn’t another Free From Amber be better? Log in to Reply Stonekeep - Site Admin February 9, 2019 at 3:20 pm What could he screw up? The only spells he can cast are Free from Amber and Mind Control. No Psychic Scream or something else that could screw you. Archivist into MC is one of the strongest swings you can have. Your opponent drops Lich King, you play Archivist, now you have a 4/7 AND 8/8 while your opponent has nothing. That said, I agree that adding 2nd Free from Amber might be a good idea. I’ve played A LOT of Spiteful Priest when it was a thing (before Spiteful Summoner got nerfed) and I felt like running 4 spells in total was optimal. Significantly lower chance to draw all of them before you play your Spitefuls. Log in to Reply Craw Wyrm February 10, 2019 at 4:27 am If GA casts FFA, he picks the minion randomly and with my luck it will be something bad. But I see what you’re saying. Don’t drop until you KNOW he will cast MC on the target you want. Log in to Reply Stonekeep - Site Admin February 10, 2019 at 6:28 am No, no. Him casting FFA is also great. It’s not about “luck”, anyone can high roll and low roll it, but the average result is very good. Getting a 4/7 + 8/8 for 8 mana (pretty average outcome) that will then cast MC next turn if it’s not dealt with it is still a great play. There are really no 8+ mana minions that can screw you over. The worst statted minions are 5/5 or 5/4, but even that outcome is not the end of the world. The only minion that can potentially screw you is Hakkar, but it can be as bad or even worse for your opponent. Grand Archivist casting FFA is significantly better than you casting it from your hand, even if the outcome is random. It’s better to have a 4/7 (that, I repeat, will cast MC next turn most likely) + another mid-sized minion than having a chance to pick something bigger like 12/12. A single minion will be removed much more easily than two of them. The only time when casting FFA yourself is better is when you’re desperately looking for something specific, like a big Taunt. Log in to Reply JoyDivision February 12, 2019 at 1:18 am Even if you get Hakkar (and that gets destroyed), isn’t casting his blood once better than drawing and multiplying it? Of course, Grand Archivist has to stay alive in order to do that. 😉 Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.