Samerebro’s Fatigue Warrior (February 2018)

Class: Warrior - Format: Mammoth - Type: Control - Season: 47 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Recruit Warrior - Link: Source

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This deck is from Blizzard’s Off-Meta Spotlight #3, here’s what they had to say about it:

Kicking things off, we have Samerebro from the EU server, who utilized the new “Recruit” mechanic to achieve an impressive 70% win rate with his control-focused Warrior deck. If you can manage to recruit Grommosh Hellscream by attacking with Woecleaver, then follow up with Sudden Genesis and Inner Rage, you’ll be able to deal 31 damage in a single turn!

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  1. Girts
    March 5, 2018 at 2:22 am

    In current meta, which is broken of course (cubelock, mill + some aggros), this deck is complete shit!

  2. MattH
    February 18, 2018 at 3:32 pm

    Interesting deck, It doesn’t seem like much of a ‘Fatigue Warrior’ though, the win condition is an otk combo.

  3. Illuriel
    February 17, 2018 at 3:04 am

    Stop posting non working deck, this crap doesn’t work for a meter, aggro eats this for breakfast and jade have to much armour to get a kill (double genesis with only one copy of deadmans hand good luck, providing you didn’t draw grommash)

    • SwoleLord
      February 17, 2018 at 6:49 am

      It is meh but it’s fun. Check the meta list if you want to be a cookie cutter with no imagination.

    • TartAstuta
      February 17, 2018 at 1:02 pm

      I do not know how you play the deck, but it’s not bad at all. I made some changes (- battle rage, – 2 acolytes // + unidentified shield, + 2 coldlite oracles) and I am 9W-1L (not a large sample) on rank 4-3.

      – Against aggro decks you have to be good at managing your removals, as for any control warrior decklist. Always look for blood razor and sleep with the fishes for early board clears.
      – Against paladins you have a lot of AOE to clear their tokens; when you play your big boys they can’t kill them (don’t wait for the combo).
      – Against secret mages just play around secrets renouncing to spells that you do not really need (DMH, for example) and win in fatigue thanks to Aluneth; never waste your Bring it on.
      – Against priests count their threats and manage your removals until you have the combo; if you are facing a combo priest, always clear the board to avoid “divine spirit + inner fire”.

      I’ve not played against jade druids or control warlocks (only zoo), but you are smart enough to understand that your win condition is a full combo (31 dmg) and no taunts on your road