Ryvius’ #4 Legend Control Demon Warlock (February 2018)

Class: Warlock - Format: Mammoth - Type: Control - Season: 47 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Control Demon Warlock - Link: Source

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  1. HolyCrusader
    March 9, 2018 at 1:43 am

    I would agree with Illuriel. Unless this is a fatigue deck we talk about here, I couldn’t see how a trivial life&armor boost can significantly promote victory chance.

    If I really want to exploit the benefits of Barnes for demon warlock, I would get rid off those battle-cry minions and kick off tar creep, only keep more critical minions such as void Lord and Spiritsinger Umbra and need 1 more Siphon Soul. First Discipline. I highly recommend add You probably don’t want to display a 1/1 ooze/N’zoth to your opponent and make your deck look like a joke.

  2. MrStrategy
    March 4, 2018 at 5:52 am

    What do you guys think about replacing gluttonous ooze with prince Taldaram in this deck?

  3. mike
    February 28, 2018 at 6:36 am

    why is barnes there?

    • Stonekeep - Site Admin
      February 28, 2018 at 7:09 am

      Because the deck has a lot of great Barnes targets.

      There are 16 minions in the deck in total and only four of them are “vanilla”, without any effects when you get them from Barnes – Kobold Librarians, Ooze and N’Zoth.

      There are 2x Mistress of Mixtures and 2x Plated Beetle for extra healing, Rolling Tainted Zealot is like playing one – it’s a 1/1 anyway. Tar Creepers are 3/1 Taunts (on your opponent’s turn), and that’s only just beginning. Possessed Lackey can obviously summon a Voidlord, Rin is great roll in the slow matchups for the Deathrattle, and rolling Voidlord is amazing, as it Deathrattles into 3x 1/3 Taunts.

      You have 75% chance to roll something with an effect and ~30% to roll something with an amazing effect. Maybe even higher given that you always want to mulligan for the Kobolds and they’re basically an auto-keep in every matchup.

      • HolyCrusader
        March 4, 2018 at 1:36 am

        If you considering 1/1 Gluttonous ooze, Tar Creeper, Kobold Librarian & N’Zoth are “Great Targets”. I suggest you to learn some basic game mechanics such as “Battle Cry”.

        Apparently, this deck is heavily rely on First Discipline to destroy opponent’s deck. Thus if your opponent is capable to silence your minion, transfer it into another pet minion, or counter one of the seal spell, you are lost. Those extra healing/armor/taunt is useless when your deck lost victorie measure.

        Big Minion Priest deck is very good example about how to maximum exploit the effect of Barnes. You only keep the critical minions in your deck to make sure Barnes will trigger the big minion with 100% probability.
        Any small minion add into that deck would only weak the deck’s efficiency.

        • Zesraksutsez
          March 7, 2018 at 5:01 pm

          I think you blew an autistic gasket.

          • HolyCrusader
            March 9, 2018 at 1:09 am

            And you just desmonstrate that how little esteem you can reanch by using such rhetorics.

          • Zesraksutsez
            March 9, 2018 at 10:51 am

            Spoken like a true legend.

  4. Ancient Envoy
    February 28, 2018 at 4:51 am

    This deck is ridiculously strong. I don’t have Rin so I just added in Carnivorous Cube to trigger my Void Lords and it works very well. The board clears and the strong heals and just the overwhelming board presence makes for a solid deck. I have played probably just short of 20 games with a 100% win rate so far against Druids, Locks, Rogues and Shaman. I haven’t come across Priest yet so I’d say that may be my toughest class considering they can steal Void Lord and remove quite easily the lower strengthened minions. But until I cross that bridge im loving playing this style of Lock,

  5. ZergVolution
    February 26, 2018 at 1:53 am

    Barnes has many useless targets that could let you sh*t all the game…turn 4 you could do much more…

  6. Balguna
    February 25, 2018 at 12:13 am

    Saw someone play this w Zola instead of Barnes. Double Nzoth is nice.

    • Advocaat
      February 25, 2018 at 5:11 am

      Also tried that and it wasn’t very good. The only matchup where you would need her is the mirror. And N’Zoth never survives a turn in mirror. If your opponent doesn’t have an answer to N’Zoth you won anyway. Zola is just a “win more” card. In other matchups you don’t need two N’Zoths

  7. Illuriel
    February 23, 2018 at 11:59 pm

    Barnes has no place in this deck, and having two discover taunters would be key as well if you want enough threats agaisnt priest

    • Reev
      February 24, 2018 at 1:08 am

      Plenty of Deathrattles, Zealot for Defile/Hellfire/Spellstone, Tar is a 3/1, at worst Librarian is a good 1 health for Defile. Makes your N’zoth and Guldan better, which can potentially be more threats than Stonehill.

    • Advocaat
      February 24, 2018 at 4:31 am

      Barnes is decent in this deck. It’s not great but not bad either. In this particular list there are only 3 bad outcomes – two Kobold Librarians and Ooze. Kobold is a card you keep in every matchup so overall it decreases the chance you’ll have it in your deck. Most of the time Barnes is at least “good”, sometimes he’s great.

      About Stonehill Defenders – I play this deck a lot and honestly I also ended up cutting them. I felt they were underperforming a lot. Usually they just don’t meet the expectations at all.