Protagon1st’s Elemental Jade Shaman (March 2018) Posted By: Evident - Published: March 9, 2018 - Updated: 1 year ago - Dust Cost: 10,000 Tweet Class: Shaman - Format: Mammoth - Type: Midrange - Season: 48 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Elemental Shaman - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (21) 2Devolve2 2Jade Claws2 2Maelstrom Portal2 2Murmuring Elemental2 3Healing Rain2 4Hex2 4Jade Lightning2 5Thrall, Deathseer1 5Volcano2 6Grumble, Worldshaker1 7Jade Chieftain2 8Kalimos, Primal Lord1 Neutral (9) 3Tar Creeper2 4Jade Spirit2 5Harrison Jones1 5Servant of Kalimos2 6Aya Blackpaw1 6Skulking Geist1 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? 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Secret mage is all based on if they draw aluneth or not, but its a 50/50 match up usually, with your heal, its a decent match up. Spiteful priest is definitley a hard match up, il give you that. Warlock is pretty much in your favour, devolve and hex can really shut them down, especially control warlock, when you hex 1 or both there void lords. Warrior is the easiest by far, you have board clears, single target removal, and cheap taunts. I run hotspring guardians in my deck, and its working wonders. Druid is fine, jade druid can be beat if you just run giest, as for aggro druid, again, refer back to warrior. Paladin again refer back to aggro druid and warrior, its just easy to beat aggro decks, i love facing aggro decks because all you need to do is just board clear, Maelstrom portal, volcano, kalimos himself, if you really hate them, then you can even run a lightning storm. Mill rogue is a hard matchup i agree with that. Please don’t give me the ”If they draw the nuts you lose” because that the case with every deck out there, its how card games work. Instead of this list, you can change it up a bit? In mine i run 2 hotspring guardians, 1 fire ele, 1 blaze caller, 2 mana tides. I’ve been playing this deck a long with Control mage, and its not only been a blast, but I’ve been steadily climbing up the ladder. Is it a legend deck? probably not, at test it can get you to rank 5, but is it fun to play on ladder? absolutely. Log in to Reply Mndbr March 15, 2018 at 6:05 am I think you underestimate Secret Mage completely. Aluneth is an autowin for sure. You’ll need it vs. Warlock’s and Control Mage’s but this Shaman will get rekt easily without it. Just saying.. 😉 Btw Healing Rain is just too slow in my opinion. Log in to Reply Illuriel March 15, 2018 at 9:29 am Agreed, aluneth is the icing on the cake, but most matches against mage is problematic when they get those secrets fast they will burn you out before you get much in, dont forget that they have minions as well and counterspells will just slow you down even if you play around them. Log in to Reply Illuriel March 15, 2018 at 9:32 am Tbh, when i play control lock against shaman i dont care that you hex my voidlords, I will sac rin, and then delete half of your deck and win by fatigue, easy enough. Added lightning storms and hotspring, and the legend healer and the match up is definetly better against aggro, draw is still an issue however. Log in to Reply Protagon1st March 19, 2018 at 4:35 am That’s a legend deck. I climbed from 2700 to 700 with it and posted it on twitter: https://twitter.com/Protagon1st_hs/status/972071750899875842 Someone posted my deck here after that. And yes, I should agree that spiteful priest and mill rogue are tough matchups. You can win against both of them but it’s tough. Log in to Reply l2spell April 5, 2018 at 10:21 pm It’s loses, not looses… can’t take you seriously… Log in to Reply Stef March 13, 2018 at 9:32 pm Whats a good substitute for harrison? Log in to Reply Protagon1st March 19, 2018 at 4:38 am This is one of the key cards in my deck. It’s draw and a weapon removal at the same time. You need to add ooze to remove weapons since it’s more important against mages and warlocks. Log in to Reply blitzmacht March 13, 2018 at 9:27 pm I’m having good success swapping the servants for coldlights and skulking geist for Zola. Log in to Reply Protagon1st March 19, 2018 at 4:40 am In this case, you make your warlock matchups better but I prefer some minions to pressure my opponents. Also, 4 attack is good against priest. Log in to Reply Russianzombie March 12, 2018 at 12:16 am What should i mulligan/keep vs the priest matchup? Jade claws and devolve? Log in to Reply Protagon1st March 12, 2018 at 12:54 am You always look for devolve against priest. Jade claws are not that important, it’s better to mulligan for jade lighting. Usually, volcano is pretty good too. Log in to Reply Protagon1st March 11, 2018 at 10:42 pm I didn’t know that my deck was here. You can check out my stream almost every day: https://www.twitch.tv/protagoniist Log in to Reply Rafito March 10, 2018 at 11:22 pm Is it possible to run this deck without Kalimos? Maybe Al’Akir in its place? Log in to Reply Protagon1st March 11, 2018 at 10:40 pm Kalimos is very important because it combines with your murmuring elementals, Grumble, etc. 12 dmg burst or heal for 24 can easily decide the game. You can try to substitute him with lich king or smth like that. Log in to Reply Fyrestar March 10, 2018 at 2:35 pm I am having alot of trouble with the secret/aggro mages, what am i supposed to do versus them or is it just an insta loss? Log in to Reply Protagon1st March 11, 2018 at 10:41 pm Usually, it’s a pretty easy matchup. Always mulligan for devolve and jade claws. You have a lot of cheap spells to deactivate counterspell. Use your aoe and healing rain after that. And you should hardly mulligan for Harrison, this won’t allow mages to outburn all your heal. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.