Holy Wrath Paladin – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #1 Legend (CxCx) Posted By: Stonekeep - Published: January 11, 2019 - Updated: 6 months ago - Dust Cost: 7,520 Tweet Class: Paladin - Format: Raven - Type: Combo - Season: 58 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Holy Wrath Paladin - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (23) 1Crystology2 1Righteous Protector2 2Crystalsmith Kangor1 2Flash of Light2 2Potion of Heroism2 3Time Out!2 4Consecration2 4Equality2 4Hammer of Wrath2 4Prismatic Lens2 4Truesilver Champion1 5Holy Wrath2 25Shirvallah, the Tiger1 Neutral (7) 2Baleful Banker2 2Bloodmage Thalnos1 2Novice Engineer2 2Wild Pyromancer2 Learn how to play this archetype with our Holy Wrath Paladin Deck List Guide. Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +11 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Compare Holy Wrath Paladin Variants Holy Wrath Paladin – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #1 Legend (CxCx) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #11 Legend (chewlen) – Updated Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #10 Legend (Zeeland) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #12 Legend (GrJim) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #77 Legend (eFar) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #9 Legend (C4mlann) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Nerf – Early #1 Legend (Fungggg) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Nerf – #8 Legend (Meati) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Nerf – Top 100 Legend (Senfglas) Holy Wrath Paladin – Rise of Shadows – #7 Legend (Sonagi) Holy Wrath Paladin – Rise of Shadows – #1 Legend (Meati) Holy Wrath Paladin – Rise of Shadows – #23 Legend (Pepe) Holy Wrath Paladin – Rise of Shadows – #83 Legend (Naobool) Holy Wrath Paladin – Rise of Shadows – Dog Holy Wrath Paladin – Rise of Shadows – Heisnotaxel Holy Wrath Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #74 Legend (chanko) Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks! Compare Decks Pro Paladin Decks Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #11 Legend (chewlen) – Updated Mech Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #18 Legend (WaningMoon) Mech Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #8 Legend (oyatsu) – Updated Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #10 Legend (Zeeland) Holy Wrath Paladin – Shadows Post-Buff – #12 Legend (GrJim) 7 Comments Discuss This Deck show t January 19, 2019 at 12:38 pm I just hit legend with a similar variation of this deck. -1 Truesilver, -1 Hammer of wrath, +1 Uther, +1 Zola. The deck is significantly better with these changes for several reasons. Why Uther? 1. With Uther you can heal yourself significantly, which is pretty important for this deck. 2. If you have played uther, you can then play the shirvallah OTK combo for 25 and then hit the face with weapon for 30 total. 3. Uther plus kangor = 10 healing. Why Zola? 1. This allows you to play shirvallah, trade into a minion for +7 (or +14 with kangor) then you can copy shirvallah with zola. Therefore leaving you with a 7/5 lifesteal and a 2/2 on board without messing up your OTK combo. 2. If you are playing against a simple aggro deck then you can play Shirvallah + Zola and then play another shirvallah + Baleful banker. This give you 2 shirvallahs + zola + banker on board and a minimum of 14 healing. Basically enough to beat an simple aggro deck. I had a 65% WR to legend from R4 despite making several misplays and throwing a bunch of games while learning the deck. In the right hands I feel like this deck could have a consistent WR of over 70% which is absolutely nuts. Log in to Reply Denis Jäckel January 13, 2019 at 2:04 pm what would you think of -1 hammer +1 elekk for more chances when u need shirvallah for heal? Log in to Reply Kersed January 14, 2019 at 7:58 am I don’t know about running elekk because shuffling seems kind of slow. I subbed a prismatic lens (only had 1) for youthful brewmaster. You can bounce engineer for draw, Kangor after using a heal effect, shirvallah for heal after attacking or shuffle another copy of shirvallah into your deck with banker for 50 holy wrath in one turn if you need to. It’s been working for me and people never expect it Log in to Reply Alkoviak January 12, 2019 at 2:56 am How do you use the prismatic lens ? Any specific use apart from being a 4 mana draw 2 ? Log in to Reply Css09 January 12, 2019 at 8:22 pm You can’t control what it draws…so how else would you use it? No offense. Log in to Reply Havok January 13, 2019 at 2:43 am You keep track of what’s in your deck. That way you know what you have potential drawing into Log in to Reply MyComboBestCombo January 17, 2019 at 9:49 am Try to draw Shivallah before using it, but obviously if you’re running 2 there’s going to be games where you need to jam it. It sucks drawing Shivallah with it, and making the spell unplayable.. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.