Once a competitive powerhouse, Fatigue Warrior has fallen out of favor in the past while. However, with Kibler exploring old archetypes with new flare, a powerful Witchwood meta destroyer was born.
After testing the deck myself, it’s strengths and weaknesses became quite clear. The deck is insanely resilient, now having access to Tank Up from the start of every game; as such, cards like Shield Slam and Reckless Flurry have a consistent power boost. Brawl remains as useful as always, Whirlwind has a friend in King Mosh, and Direhorn Hatchling assists in both controling the board and keeping you ahead of your opponent in fatigue. Elise and Zola provide a another instance of value and a fatigue safety net. The rush package provides extra control if necessary, and Town Crier allows you to keep better control over an opponent with strong early-game. The only problem the deck has with the current meta is Quest Rogue and Shudderwock Shaman, which categorically prey on control decks already, so it’s expected.
Overall a great deck, a very clear gameplan, and a decent winrate (68-32 over the course of a week). Would highly recommend.