RagingPorkBun’s Control Pally (Season 42)

Class: Paladin - Format: mammoth - Type: control - Season: season-42 - Style: ladder

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Please leave input or suggestions as this is a control deck that I’m testing out.  So far, the results are promising.

This is simply a control deck built around Uther of the Ebon Blade.  Hopefully, you can mulligan until you get at least one Righteous Protector, a Rallying Blade, and/or a Doomsayer to help keep aggro decks at bay in the early game.  

Use Youthful Brewmaster  to save your legendaries in the late game or keep your Horsemen token safe in your hand after you’ve already played Uther of the Ebon Blade.  There’s also a good chance you’ll get secrets from your Hydrologist that could do the same.  Of course, Spikeridged Steed, Blessing of Kings,  and Bonemare will keep your control game going in the mid-to-late game by forcing your opponent through a wall of tough taunts.  Even using them on Silver Hand Recruit tokens can make a great defensive wall.

The reason I picked Lay on Hands instead of Ragnaros, Lightlord, is for the targeted healing/card draw combo seeing as you might be low on life due to face smashing enemy minions with weapons and hoping Ragnaros, Lightlord doesn’t heal a random minion while you’re dying.

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  1. ProFi
    September 18, 2017 at 10:53 am

    u can also add pyro in to the deck, cuz it’s control paly

  2. Peter
    September 17, 2017 at 8:18 am

    I would replace both Blessings of Kings with Ivory Knights
    Right now you don’t have a ton of healing, meaning machinegun Priest can kill you
    Maybe get rid of the Chain Gang, you probably have enough taunts. No idea what to replace it with though.

    Really like the Brewmasters.

    • RagingPorkBun - Author
      September 17, 2017 at 8:30 am

      Thanks for the input, Peter. I thought Ivory Knights might be a bit too slow, but I guess the Bonemares pretty much make the Blessing redundant. I’ll definitely experiment with them.