C0ntrolBoy’s #3 Legend Big Priest (September 2017) Posted By: Evident - Published: September 23, 2017 - Updated: 2 years ago - Dust Cost: 11,520 Tweet Class: Priest - Format: Mammoth - Type: Control - Season: 42 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Big Priest - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (26) 0Silence1 1Holy Smite1 1Mind Vision1 1Pint-Size Potion2 1Potion of Madness2 2Shadow Visions2 2Shadow Word: Pain2 3Shadow Word: Death2 4Eternal Servitude2 4Greater Healing Potion1 4Mass Dispel1 4Shadow Word: Horror2 6Dragonfire Potion2 6Shadow Essence2 8Shadowreaper Anduin1 9Obsidian Statue2 Neutral (4) 4Barnes1 8The Lich King1 9Ysera1 10Y’Shaarj, Rage Unbound1 Learn how to play this archetype with our Big Priest Deck List Guide. Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? 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Compare Decks Pro Priest Decks Combo Miracle Priest – Shadows Post-Buff – Top 150 Legend (MikkerBoyDK) Token Priest – Shadows Post-Buff – Legend (EMEm) Villain Priest – Shadows Post-Buff – Legend (Zetalot) Miracle Priest – Shadows Post-Buff – Legend (MikkerBoyDK) Mech Combo Priest – Shadows Post-Buff – #17 Legend (MATSURI) 8 Comments Discuss This Deck jumpypuppet September 25, 2017 at 12:51 pm i’m confused by all the one-offs, as well as the continued inclusion of holy smite in a lot of these lists (not including the ones w/ malygos obviously). seems like it’d be better to avoid having so many single copies, for shadow visions’ sake Log in to Reply Magnus September 24, 2017 at 10:25 pm is it possible to make a cheaper version of this deck without barnes, the lich king, ysera and yshaar Log in to Reply jumpypuppet September 25, 2017 at 12:48 pm lol…no. while highrolling y’shaarj isn’t the whole point of the deck, contrary to most ppl’s mistaken belief that it only works when you manage to luck into an early barnes, almost all of the cards you mentioned are still crucial. the central idea is to summon copies of your most powerful minions as early and often as possible. the catch is, almost none of them can derive their power from stats alone; there must be some kind of accompanying, *non-battlecry* effect. that’s because part of the reason you’re able bring minions onto the field several times over, and the whole reason you can often do so much earlier than usual, is by summoning largely random tokens (i.e. weaker copies) via barnes and shadow essence. so you can’t just load your deck w/ big fatties, statwise, because they’ll often get pulled into play as either 5/5s or 1/1s. basically, in order for the deck to work, any substitution you try to make has to meet these requirements: 1. can’t just have high stats w/o accompanying effect (barnes+SV create weaker tokens) 2. effect can’t be a battlecry (neither barnes+SV nor eternal servitude proc them) 3. only want a few minions in your deck (too many and u dilute rez+barnes+yshaarj pools) 4. consequently, those few minions should have an immediate, game-altering impact once you’ve narrowed it down you’ll realize that there are barely any substitutions that would qualify. you can’t get rid of barnes or y’shaarj, since they’re half of the mechanism used to summon minions in the first place, and while you could try something like cairne or lyra in place of ysera/LK, it’s unlikely that they’d provide enough of an impact. Log in to Reply Afropower1 September 26, 2017 at 10:33 am Use the 7/7 charge dinosaur but Barnes is almost essential You can charge face every time you summon it and play all the damage spells and hopefully you have anduin Log in to Reply evdukov September 23, 2017 at 10:06 am Only about luck… Log in to Reply John September 24, 2017 at 2:43 am Dude, its a card game Log in to Reply jumpypuppet September 25, 2017 at 1:06 pm it’s really, really, really not tho whenever i see someone expressing this sentiment — and u see it a lot, in basically any discussion involving big priest — i can’t help but read it as an admission that they don’t know how to play the class. mulliganing barnes is nice when it happens, but it happens about as often as drawing 3/4 of your minions before t6, or playing shadow visions into barnes — that’s why the other 29 cards exist. you have massive amounts of board clear and stalling power; what matters is how you use them, not whether you stumble facefirst into a free win w/ a turn 4 ysera. i win games all the time where i don’t actually manage to put a minion on the field until turn 8 or 9 or even 10. Log in to Reply Afropower1 September 26, 2017 at 10:36 am Your absolutely right I piloted big priest to legend this season and my last 8 games were 8-0 my username is my gamer tag Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.