Matff’s #1 Legend Secret Mage (March 2018) Posted By: Evident - Published: March 20, 2018 - Updated: 1 year ago - Dust Cost: 4,180 Tweet Class: Mage - Format: Mammoth - Type: Aggro - Season: 48 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Secret Mage - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (30) 1Kabal Lackey2 2Arcanologist2 2Frostbolt2 2Mana Wyrm2 2Medivh’s Valet2 2Primordial Glyph2 2Sorcerer’s Apprentice2 3Arcane Intellect1 3Counterspell2 3Explosive Runes2 3Ice Block1 3Kirin Tor Mage2 3Potion of Polymorph1 4Fireball2 6Aluneth1 6Kabal Crystal Runner2 7Firelands Portal2 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? 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This deck is very good vs rogue decks, I’ve actually had couple rogue players who instantly conceded to me at legend level when we got rematched after I beat them the first time. Supposedly bad matchup for this deck is paladin, hunter, and zoolock. I’ve done decent vs hunter though unless they turn 4 barnes + yashaarj on me. Both murloc and dude paladin are tough but winnable if you curve out well. Log in to Reply Charzuull March 24, 2018 at 8:52 am Pyro beats warlocks & priests, 2 Firelands is always too clucky. This player might have highrolled insanely well & thinks 2 Firelands in good. Log in to Reply DestinyXXX March 22, 2018 at 10:57 pm This deck is disgusting, shame on everyone who plays it. It ruins the game and the community. Log in to Reply Random Dude March 26, 2018 at 2:48 am How is it ‘worse’ than Cubelock, flooding your board with 6 Voidlords? Or Dude Pally’s sudden 6 3/3 taunts with windfury on R5? Or a never-fatiguing, forever rotating the same card Kingsbane with Lifesteal Rogue? Everything is relative, sir, and I assume you’re not a Mage player, hence find this particular cardlist professionally and personally offensive. #donthatetheplayer #hatethemeta Cheers Log in to Reply DestinyXXX March 26, 2018 at 7:28 am Mill rogue and cubelock are fun both to play and to play against. Dude paladin is retarded too, just like all the others aggro decks, but it can be countered with the usual anti aggro tools: taunt and aoes (aggro decks in general aren’t satisfying to play and they don’t reward skill; aggro mirrors i.e. just suck while control mirrors reward both skill and strategy). You’re wrong btw, I’m a control mage player (both n’zoth and big spell). Sometimes i play quest mage too. Secret mage is cancer because it’s an aggro deck that can’t be easily countered with the usual anti-aggro tools, due to counterspell and burn spells. For this particular reason it just ruins the meta. Murloc and dude paladin are retarded too, of course, but for what I said in the first paragraph they don’t ruin the meta. Log in to Reply Ahn March 26, 2018 at 10:37 pm Cubelock mechanic is pretty overpowered. You’re just mad because you play control mage and your big spells get countered all the time by Counterspell. There are bad matchups for every deck, so it’s better to just try to deal with it rather than calling certain deck types cancer. Especially since Secret Mage isn’t even a tier 1 deck unlike the Quest Rogue, Pirate Warrior, Aggro Shaman in the past. Log in to Reply DestinyXXX March 27, 2018 at 11:44 am I don’t play n’zoth/big spell mage “only”. I play control mage alongside other control and combo decks (fatigue warrior, cubelock, etc). If secret mage had never existed, the meta, especially after the nerf, would have been so much better… And that’s a fact, not a subjective idiosyncrasy. c4 March 22, 2018 at 12:56 pm Had to remove the ice block as it was in every mulligan and was drawn within the first 3 cards every .single. game. Swapped it out for pyro. Log in to Reply nastra March 22, 2018 at 3:53 am Miracle Rouge? The deck is hard unfavored against tempo mage, if you dosen’t curve like a God. Log in to Reply Alsozatch March 21, 2018 at 9:28 am Lol 0 neutral cards. I have a hunch the new expansion is gonna have strong neutral cards though Log in to Reply Css09 March 21, 2018 at 8:28 am Soon enough, much of this deck I’ll rotate out of standard: Kabal Lackey Medivh’s Valet Ice Block Potion of Polymorph Kabal Crystal Runner Firelands Portal Can’t say I’ll miss playing against it. Log in to Reply Css09 March 21, 2018 at 8:28 am Will rotate* Log in to Reply Advocaat March 21, 2018 at 1:17 am I play the very same list. It’s good but its effectivity is really dependent on the number of paladins you meet. This deck loses to aggro paladin in like 90% of games. If you don’t meet many paladins then I’d say this deck is tier 0. Log in to Reply Illuriel March 21, 2018 at 11:26 am Not only paladin, hunter eats this alive, the many miracle rogues eat this as well, and it is very luck dependant, had 14 straight losses today with this. Log in to Reply Theologist March 21, 2018 at 3:22 pm Exactly. It’s a great and fun deck, but the ladder is like 50% aggro pally and 20% spell hunter. Both just rofl at secret mage. You will need a lot of patiance grinding with this one. But in other hand, is somewhat easy to win against Cubelock with this. Log in to Reply Random Dude March 26, 2018 at 2:50 am It at least stands a chance against Hunter, if it counters the Amulet. Agreed on Paladin pretty much walking over it, though. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.