Mecha’thun Warrior – Rise of Shadows – #9 Legend (Aojiru)

Class: Warrior - Format: Dragon - Type: Combo - Season: 61 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Mecha'thun Warrior - Link: Source

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  1. Ds1385
    April 25, 2019 at 12:47 pm

    Can someone explain the mechathun warrior win condition? Thanks!

    • Humanbean
      April 25, 2019 at 12:52 pm

      Typically it’s 1x Galvanizer to bring Mecha’thun to 9 cost, then your final turn is Shield Slam on your Mecha’thun. Unsure what 2x Galvanizer’s are doing here tbh.

    • Yana
      April 25, 2019 at 1:01 pm

      It’s possible to get mecha’thun in ur hand and then 2x galvanizer, 1 brewmaster at 1 of the galvanizer and then galvanizer for the third time. mecha’thun will be 7 value.

      the final combo possible is mecha’thun voodoo doll + inner rage.

      • Humanbean
        April 25, 2019 at 1:06 pm

        Ah makes sense. Not sure if that’s easier to pull off or not. Costs more cards, but don’t need armor to do it I guess.

        • Stonekeep - Site Admin
          April 25, 2019 at 5:13 pm

          The idea behind those two decks is a bit different. The one with Shield Slam is just a Control Warrior with Mecha’thun + Galvanizer added to potentially win some Control matchups, but it has obvious downsides (normal CW doesn’t draw that much + you can’t pull it off if you don’t have Armor).

          This is more of a combo deck, since it runs more card draw and has a 100% guaranteed combo even without Armor. This one is more akin to the Boomship version, which runs Mecha’thun + Boomship + Malygos + 2x Inner Rage + Whirlwind. And it’s basically the same amount of combo pieces – both run 6. Which one of those is better is hard to say – in Control matchups they’re basically the same, but against faster decks (where you don’t need your combo), Boomship versions has potential Malygos clears with Inner Rage or Whirlwind, while this one has Voodoo Doll + Inner Rage combo to kill anything, which is a great tempo move, but costs 2 cards. So… in the end they’re really similar. But both are different than the Shield Slam version.

          • Ds1385
            April 25, 2019 at 6:29 pm

            Got it, thanks for the explanation!

  2. Humanbean
    April 25, 2019 at 11:00 am

    SPELLZERKER seems weird. Is it for a specific matchup?

    • Stonekeep - Site Admin
      April 25, 2019 at 5:07 pm

      Yes, for Chef Nomi. Believe it or not, but Miracle Priest is actually pretty common in high Legend, and it lets you kill it with Warpath.