Miracle Rogue – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #45 Legend (Rolle) Posted By: Stonekeep - Published: February 28, 2019 - Updated: 4 months ago - Dust Cost: 8,120 Tweet Class: Rogue - Format: Raven - Type: Tempo - Season: 59 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Miracle Rogue - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (23) 0Backstab2 0Preparation2 0Shadowstep2 2Eviscerate2 2Sap2 2Shiv1 3Edwin VanCleef1 3Fan of Knives2 3SI:7 Agent2 4Elven Minstrel2 4Fal’dorei Strider2 5Myra’s Unstable Element1 5Vilespine Slayer2 Neutral (7) 1Fire Fly2 3Hench-Clan Thug2 5Leeroy Jenkins1 6Gadgetzan Auctioneer2 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +11 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Compare Miracle Rogue Variants Miracle Rogue – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #45 Legend (Rolle) Miracle Rogue – Shadows Post-Nerf – #9 Legend (Krea) Miracle Rogue – Shadows Post-Nerf – MrYagut Miracle Rogue – Rise of Shadows – #7 Legend (glory) Miracle Rogue – Rise of Shadows – #3 Legend (FUWAWA) Languagehacker’s Miracle Rogue – HCT World Championship 2019 Viper’s Miracle Rogue – HCT World Championship 2019 Bunnyhoppor’s Miracle Rogue – HCT World Championship 2019 Miracle Rogue – Rise of Shadows – #52 Legend (Purple) Miracle Rogue – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #1 Legend (Kyouma) – Updated Espionage Miracle Rogue – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – Top 100 Legend (Thijs) Miracle Rogue – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #10 Legend (Kyouma) Rastakhan’s Rumble Miracle Rogue – #24 Legend (Pizza) Gyong’s #1 Legend Rastakhan Miracle Rogue ft. Gral, the Shark Starfruit’s #58 Legend Miracle Rogue (November 2018) Kribo’s #9 Legend Miracle Rogue Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks! Compare Decks Pro Rogue Decks Neirea’s Lackey Rogue – Masters Tour Las Vegas Top 8 Tempo Rogue – Shadows Post-Buff – #8 Legend (Kagome) Lackey Rogue – Shadows Post-Buff – #17 Legend (PamelaP) Pogo-Hopper Rogue – Shadows Post-Buff – #59 Legend (BeNice) Pogo Lackey Rogue – Shadows Post-Buff – #9 Legend (YouKnowWP) 4 Comments Discuss This Deck JoyDivision March 1, 2019 at 1:56 am I’m not quiet sure I understand the purpose of Myra’s Unstable Element in this deck … is it just meant to be a 3rd Auctioneer? Because if you play this, the Auctioneers are kind of obsolete at that point. And if you have an Auctioneer active, you don’t want to play the Element!? Log in to Reply Stonekeep - Site Admin March 2, 2019 at 2:11 am Myra’s is always “oh ****” buton, when you really need to fill your hand quickly and you don’t care that you will die in a few turns (because you’re either dying anyway, your opponent took control of the game etc.). If everything is going fine, you just don’t play it – you cycle with Auctioneers. But if you don’t draw your Auctioneers, you run out of steam because they’ve been dealt with, you’re very close to lethal and drawing full hand would nearly always give you Leeroy, Eviscerate etc. then Myra’s is a great. Especially if you still have Fal’dorei in your deck – Myra’s + Fal’dorei is a guaranteed 3x 4/4 next turn (and you have all your mana free, which means that you can then still use Saps, Eviscerates, Vilespines etc.) Log in to Reply JimmyYap March 2, 2019 at 2:23 am i think if your hand is already full, the spiders will be considered overdrawn and burn off. correct me if I’m wrong Log in to Reply ZEeoN March 2, 2019 at 8:48 am You’d be correct but most of the time you will play something after Myra‘s as you wouldn’t play it if you are not actively looking to solve a problem. If you find yourself having trouble with the auctioneers and Myra together, consider teching in one Academic Espionage. That can stop fatigue quite a bit and still net you disgusting auctioneer turns even after Myra‘s. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.