Rastakhan Even Paladin – #17 Legend (emtk) Posted By: Evident - Published: December 10, 2018 - Updated: 5 months ago - Dust Cost: 13,800 Tweet Class: Paladin - Format: Raven - Type: Midrange - Season: 57 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Even Paladin - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (20) 2Argent Protector2 2Crystalsmith Kangor1 2Hydrologist2 4Blessing of Kings2 4Consecration2 4Equality2 4The Glass Knight1 4Truesilver Champion2 6Avenging Wrath1 6Spikeridged Steed2 6Sunkeeper Tarim1 6Val’anyr1 8Dinosize1 Neutral (10) 2Wild Pyromancer2 4Corpsetaker2 4Saronite Chain Gang2 6Genn Greymane1 6Mojomaster Zihi1 6Windfury Harpy1 8The Lich King1 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +3 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Compare Even Paladin Variants Rastakhan Even Paladin – #17 Legend (emtk) Heal Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #98 Legend (TuRtLe) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #17 Legend (RDee) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #10 Legend (Turbon1ck) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #10 Legend (NoHandsGamer) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #56 Legend (Enterra) Tyler’s Even Paladin – HCT Winter Championship 2019 Tansoku’s Even Paladin – HCT Winter Championship 2019 SNJing’s Even Paladin – HCT Winter Championship 2019 Bunnyhoppor’s Even Paladin – HCT Winter Championship 2019 bloodyface’s Even Paladin – HCT Winter Championship 2019 Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #21 Legend (mcsongi) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #1 Legend (Nohandsgamer) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #19 Legend (Neruth) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #2 Legend (RDee) Even Paladin – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #72 Legend (Bunnyhoppor) Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks! Compare Decks Pro Paladin Decks (Wild) Odd Paladin – Rise of Shadows – #40 Legend (slizzle466) Mech Paladin – Rise of Shadows – #9 Legend (Alutemu) Holy Wrath Paladin – Rise of Shadows – #83 Legend (Naobool) Roger’s Mech Paladin – HCT World Championship 2019 Duel Paladin – Rise of Shadows – Legend (Strudel) One Comment Discuss This Deck DrNoOne86 December 11, 2018 at 5:59 am On a previous Legend Even Paladin list I’ve commented on how the Corpsetaker package underperforms. However, as I continue to experiment it seems I was wrong. The real issue with this iteration of the deck is its early game minions. Even decks have by nature more 2-drops than a normal deck. As a result in the mid-to-late game you end up drawing 2-drop minions that while adequate on turn 2, simply offer you nothing by that point in the game (Odd decks have a similar problem with their 1-drops). It is therefore paramount that you include only minions that maintain their value throughout the game. This list includes 2 Argent Protectors and 2 Hydrologists. Those are excellent minions in the first two-three turns, because they allow you to stick a board, by either protecting or resurrecting your early minions. Problem is, they are pretty much dead draws once you’ve reached the midgame. Which is a serious issue, as this version of the deck has no draw at all. In this version (https://www.hearthstonetopdecks.com/decks/even-buffadin-powered-by-tiger-spirit/) I’ve combined the Corpsetaker package with the early game minions of the list made popular by (among others) Day. Thalnos and Loothoarder are an excellent turn 2 play, but you are also never sad to see them drawn, as they will either stick on board to be buffed, or provide you with more resources. I also remain convinced that Blessing of Kings and Spikeridge Steed are not enough, so my list always includes Sound the Bells!, an excellent versitile tool that can be used to either buff a long board, create a sizeable minion out of nothing, create a board from scratch in combination with the Spirit of the Tiger, or act as a board clear in combination with Pyromancer. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.