Control Priest – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #2 Legend (muffins) Posted By: Stonekeep - Published: January 10, 2019 - Updated: 5 months ago - Dust Cost: 8,280 Tweet Class: Priest - Format: Raven - Type: Control - Season: 58 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Control Priest - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (21) 1Northshire Cleric2 1Power Word: Shield2 2Divine Hymn2 2Mind Blast2 2Shadow Visions2 3Twilight Acolyte2 4Duskbreaker2 5Mass Hysteria1 6Cabal Shadow Priest2 6Holy Fire1 7Psychic Scream2 8Shadowreaper Anduin1 Neutral (9) 2Firetree Witchdoctor2 4Scaleworm2 4Twilight Drake2 7Crowd Roaster1 8Primordial Drake1 9Alexstrasza1 Learn how to play this archetype with our Control Priest Deck List Guide. Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +16 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Compare Control Priest Variants Control Priest – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #2 Legend (muffins) Control Priest – Rise of Shadows – #45 Legend (Dono) Shadowform Priest – Rise of Shadows – Zetalot Lady in White Priest – Rise of Shadows – Kripparrian Control Priest – Rise of Shadows – Zalae Control Deathrattle Priest – Rise of Shadows – Zetalot Control Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #3 Legend (muffins) Control Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #1 Legend (Paperninja) ThunderUP’s Control Priest – HCT Winter Championship 2019 LFYueying’s Control Priest – HCT Winter Championship 2019 Faeli’s Control Priest – HCT Winter Championship 2019 Control Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #6 Legend (Nalguidan) Control Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #15 Legend (Irony) Control Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #1 Legend (Monsanto) Control Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #12 Legend (Pepe) Control Priest – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #58 Legend (Piki) Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks! 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) 4 Comments Discuss This Deck JoyDivision January 11, 2019 at 12:29 am Still confused about Holy Fire … why no 2nd Crowd Roaster? Is face potential that important? Or heal 5? I always find this card to be very mediocre when I play it. Log in to Reply Canthoras January 11, 2019 at 2:08 am Holy Fire is a removal spell which you can find with Shadow Visions. Also the heal is quite important and additional face damage is very nice. Log in to Reply Stonekeep - Site Admin January 11, 2019 at 6:44 am I like Holy Fire, I’ve played a list with 2 of them for a while, but it was too much. I think that 1 is optimal spot. It’s basically a mix of everything. Crowd Roaster can only be used as a minion removal, and in slow mathchups you have almost no way to connect 7/4 with face, because it dies (sure, it still often gets 2 for 1, but you aren’t playing a value game anyway). Holy Fire is a guaranteed 5 damage to the face, which can also be used as a minion removal. And healing also helps, A LOT. I won many games thanks to the 5 healing part, especially against Aggro, but even vs slower decks. Once you turn into Anduin and you push face damage, you have almost no on-board tempo, so they start damaging you. 5 healing can give you another turn, and each turn is a extra damage. I often set up a 2 turns lethal with Holy Fire. HP + HF + HP is first turn = 9 damage and 5 healing means that I both make my opponent much lower AND have a much higher chance of surviving. Then next turn you go HP + Mind Blast + HP + MB + HP = 16 damage. 25 damage over 2 turns, which is usually enough to kill someone who isn’t a Warrior or Druid. Without Holy Fire, I would run out of burn to kill them quite regularly. That’s why I think that 1 copy is optimal. 2 are too clunky, but 1 is great. Log in to Reply JoyDivision January 14, 2019 at 12:37 am Thanks for the answers. So … as I thought. Flexibility it is. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.