Combo Priest- #1 Legend (Jarla) – Uldum Post-Nerf Player: Jarla - Published: September 17, 2019 - Updated: 11 months ago - Dust Cost: 5,280 Tweet Class: Priest - Format: dragon - Type: combo - Season: season-66 - Style: ladder - Meta Deck: Combo Priest - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (18) 0Circle of Healing2 0Power Word: Shield2 0Silence2 0Topsy Turvy1 1Inner Fire2 1Northshire Cleric2 2Divine Spirit2 3Extra Arms1 4High Priest Amet1 4Psychopomp2 7Bwonsamdi, the Dead1 Neutral (12) 1Beaming Sidekick2 1Lightwarden2 2Injured Tol’vir2 2Neferset Ritualist2 2Wild Pyromancer1 3Acolyte of Pain1 3Injured Blademaster2 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? 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You can’t hold onto your good cards all the time hoping for a good enough combo because some decks are too aggro, you gotta drop a distraction on the table or die in 2 turns, but then you’ve lost a valuable piece. Who are these decks beating all the time to get to tier 1? Is anyone like me and playing this around rank 15? Log in to Reply Albatrauz September 18, 2019 at 12:37 am Personally, I don’t play priest, but I do follow Hearthstone Grandmasters. In terms of playing priest, I can’t help much but can give basic advice. The first is to watch lots of streamers, they can generally give feedback. Jarla (The user of this deck) is part of Hearthstone Grandmasters, so you can probably find some stuff from him. You mainly want to gain board tempo as quickly as possible. Once you have like, 4-5 minions, you can see lots of plays where you have 2 lightwardens and go pyromancer > cheap spell > circle of healing = big lightwardens. Your win conditions are the inner fired minions, and lightwarden plays. Pscychopomp can give extreme value; even getting lightwarden isn’t that bad from psychopomp. If you get cards like injured tvoldir, injured blademaster, high priest amet, etc. It’s so much board presence that it’s very difficult to come back. Combo Priest is a good deck, It might be that you don’t play it correctly, or getting the worse draws you could get. Bwonsamdi should be crafted for this deck btw, lots of value, replenishes you hand and goes into big turns . Log in to Reply The Groosalugg September 18, 2019 at 5:34 am I would craft him as soon as I could get the dust, but I had to dust a lot just to get the starter version so I have deck to set off with at rank 25. Yes I did the lightwarden combos before getting something like 23 attack on one suddenly and unexpectedly, but unfortunately most draws just don’t go this way and lightwardens inability to attack straight away will see him killed in a lot of my plays. Every opponent is wise to this deck and exactly know what weak spots to aim for regardless of what rank they are. A few times I hit many minions on the board and went for the swarm, but then I kept coming up against opponents running Mind Control Tech and that really screwed me over. Then 3 times in a row I face Hunter with Pressure Plate, I have 3 minions on the board and as soon as I cast a spell it RNGs and kills my most valuable minion. Thanks for the advice regarding the streamers. Log in to Reply Thanatos September 18, 2019 at 7:12 am This is not an easy deck to pilot. I’ve reached legend a few times, mostly with hunter or warriors decks, and never played ranked with priest because I hate the class, but I’ve decided to give this deck a try and it took me a while, and an hour watching Hunterace playing with this deck, to learn to play with it effectively. If you wanna climb the ranked you will need Bwonsamdi, it reffils your hand and filters your deck. You pay a high price for drawing weak 1 drops after turn 7… Log in to Reply JoyDivision September 23, 2019 at 12:46 am As if you’d draw Bwonsamdi by turn 7 every game!? Agreed that the deck is straightforward but not easy to play … especially the Pyromancer-Cleric-Draw-a-lot turns might screw yourself if not executed correctly. But it’s true – getting the board removed and having bad luck with the next draws (or Psychopomp reviving Psychopomp or Sidekick o.O) makes for unwinnable matches against most opponents. There’s just no reach. Thanatos September 23, 2019 at 10:15 am At turn 7 you have drawn at least 30% of your deck, probably more with cleric and PW: Shield. Of course sometimes Bwonsamdi will be in the end of the deck, but most of the matches it will be played midgame and will draw at least 2 minions.