Silver Hand (Dude) Paladin Deck List Guide (Post Nerf) – Kobolds – April 2018

Class: Paladin - Format: Mammoth - Type: Token - Style: Meta Deck - Meta Deck: Silver Hand Recruit Paladin

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Our Silver Hand Recruit (Dude Paladin) deck list guide for the Kobolds and Catacombs expansion features the best list for this new archetype. This Silver Hand Recruit Paladin guide includes Mulligans, Gameplay Strategy, Card Substitutions, and Combos/Synergies!

Introduction to Silver Hand Recruit (Dude) Paladin

Believe it or not this isn’t that new of an archetype. Recruit Paladin (Dude Paladin), as it is known in Wild, has been a pretty popular deck and among one of the top tier decks in the lesser played format. Shielded Minibot, Muster for Battle, and Quartermaster make for a pretty potent list in Wild. These cards were also heavily involved in the class Midrange Paladin decks that frequented the ladder in early Hearthstone history. The deck will likely get even stronger in Wild now that it got some new pieces in Kobolds and Catacombs. Kobolds has also made this a bit confusing with the addition of the Recruit keyword, which is why we’ve opted to label it as Silver Hand Recruit Paladin rather than just Recruit.

Check out our List of the Best Standard Decks for Hearthstone Ladder

New to Kobolds and Catacombs

Kobolds has brought a lot of potential support for this style of deck. Drygulch Jailor gives you three recruits in your hand, which allows you to combine them more easily with your minions that can take advantage of this. Unidentified Maul has a lot of good bonus options that work well with this deck, and Crystal Lion can be easily brought down in cost with the synergies of this deck. You have a lot of 1 to 2-drop minions which by pulling them out synergizes with Knight Juggler and Steward of Darkshire.

Update: Silver Hand Recruit (Dude) Paladin (April 2018)

With the nerfs to some of the more powerful aggressive cards it has allowed for DUDE Paladin to shine! Currently, it’s one of the strongest deck in the meta and many players had successful Legend climbs using it.

Deck is based off of Zhandalay’s & Muzzy’s version of the deck.

Silver Hand Recruit Paladin Mulligan Guide and Strategy

Higher Priority (Keep every time)

  • Lost in the JungleArgent SquireRighteous Protector – Your 1-drops are most important part of the mulligan. Since this deck tends to be aggressive, you want a quick minion opening. At the same time, you will have hard time against other fast decks if you fall behind on the board early, which makes 1-drops even more important. So, to make it perfectly clear, do not keep 2-drops or 3-drops if you don’t have 1-drop in your hand.
  • Call to Arms – No matter what deck you play against, this card is just too powerful. Getting it down on Turn 4 (or 3 with Coin) increases your chance to win heavily, especially if you roll Knife Juggler as one of the summoned minions.

Lower Priority (Keep only if certain conditions are met)

  • Dire Wolf Alpha or Knife Juggler – If you have a 1-drop already. Which one is better really depends on the situation and matchup. With Lost in the Jungle, Wolf will usually be better. With Righteous Protector, Juggler is superior, because he has a solid chance to survive and get more value. With Argent Squire, it depends what 1-drop/2-drop your opponent plays, so they’re both pretty equal.
  • Rallying Blade or Unidentified Maul – With 1-drop and 2-drop curve already in your hand. Rallying is usually better out of the two, especially if you have a 1-drop with Divine Shield.

Dude Paladin Win Rates

Winrate stats are currently unavailable for this deck at the moment!

Silver Hand Recruit Paladin Play Strategy

Vs Fast Decks

The way you win fast matchups is by the board control. This deck is really powerful when you’re ahead on the board, but you might have hard time if you’re behind against another fast deck. Some players are trying to race the opponent, and that’s just wrong. You absolutely need to take good trades, play around cards and hit the opponent only if you’re absolutely sure that there are no good trades on the board. 

For that reason, 1-drops are very important. With 1-drops, you can be proactive on the board. If you have one and your opponent doesn’t, you will usually stay one step ahead of him. Dire Wolf Alpha is great if you open with a minion, because you will be able te trade it up into something. It works best with Lost in the Jungle – you end up with 2x 2/1 minions you can immediately attack with. Knife Juggler can get very mixed results. If you’re ahead, Juggler is amazing. Every juggle which hits a minion is a big win for you. However, if you’re behind on the board, it’s often just a regular 2/2 minion, not optimal at all.

Weapons are also quite important vs other fast decks. As you probably understand, early game tempo is very important and weapons help you with getting it. Rallying Blade is generally a more consistent one, as it’s always a 3/2, possibly with an upside if you have a Divine Shield minion. Thanks to its 3 attack, it can clear most of the early game minions your opponent might drop. Let’s say that you play against Tempo Secret Mage – 2 damage of Unidentified Maul is not enough to clear Mana Wyrm and Arcanologist. At the same time, Unidentified Maul has a bigger snowball potential. Getting Divine Shield or +1 Attack effect when you have 3 minions on the board, or spawning 2 Recruits with Juggler on the board can be amazing. But getting Divine Shield/Attack with no minions, or Taunt in general, is pretty poor. 

Call to Arms is another key card. For just 4 mana, you put tons of pressure on the board, and almost always do something positive – like buff one of your minions with Wolf or throw some knives with Juggler.

As much as you play your early game similar to other Aggro decks, your mid game is much more, let’s say “combo-based”. Depending on your hand, you need to set up some of the cards. One thing to remember is that not every 1/1 is equal. You should trade with Argent Squire and often even Righteous Protector (if you don’t need a Taunt) before trading with Recruits. Unlike those two, Recruits can be buffed by Lightfused Stegodon and Level Up!, both are really big in every matchup. Similarly, if you have Sunkeeper Tarim in your hand, you also want to set it with a bunch of small minions.

Divine Favor is kind of a dead card in fast matchups. You NEVER want to keep it and most of the time you want to ignore it, as it’s a significant tempo loss – if you can get any value at all. Play it only if either you can get a huge Divine Favor for some reason, and at the same time you don’t need to develop the board (e.g. you’re ahead, because your opponent had a very slow start), or when you have simply nothing else to play.

Vs Slow Decks

Unlike the fast matchups, when you play against slow deck, you don’t play for the board control – you play to deal as much damage as possible. While of course, you still need to take some trades (especially kill stuff with weapons), but damage is much more important. Even though you aren’t playing a classic Aggro deck and it has a Midrange touch, you will still often run out of steam quicker than your opponent will (unless you got really lucky with your Divine Favors).  

You want a fast opening. Even though you can go for a longer game, the ideal scenario is killing your opponent around Turn 5-6 – and it does happen if they get no answers. It doesn’t mean that you want to absolutely go all in – unlike against Aggro decks, which don’t really have board clears, you want to play around them. Understanding the meta and the kinds of AoEs your opponent might run is very important. For example, against Control Warlock you want to try to play around Defile. When you have a 2 and 3 health minion already (remember that a 1 health minion with Divine Shield counts as 2 health for Defile), it’s often wise to pass on the Hero Power. Your opponent might not be able to cast his Defile, or will need to spend some extra resources like Mortal Coil to set it up. Against all kinds of Priests, try to play around Duskbreaker. The general idea of playing around AoEs like that is to not overextend on the board. Have enough minions to threaten your opponent, but not enough to really suffer from getting all of them killed. Having minions with Divine Shield is also a solid way to play against most of them, while Crystal Lion in general is a great anti-AoE card (not only it has the Shield, but also 5 health).

Play more into the board only when you have some ways to refill. For example, it’s not a bad play to bait AoE by playing an extra minion when you have Call to Arms in your hand. But if you have a solid board already and then you Call To Arms with no other way to refill, that’s just bad and AoE is very punishing. 

When it comes to the Control decks, your biggest opponent is definitely Control Warlock. Their AoEs are solid (DefileHellfire), while they can get out a big Taunt in the mid game – Voidlord. Passing through the Voidlord efficiently is one of the most important things you need to do. Of course, sometimes you just don’t have anything, and you lose, but this deck is pretty well equipped to handle it. Sunkeeper Tarim is most likely the best answer, as long as you have some other minions on the board and preferably a Rallying Blade equipped. Not only you “deal” 6 damage to the Voidlord, but you also make your other minions 3/3, so they get perfect trades against Voidwalkers. With 2 health remaining, on your lowest minions, it also plays around Defile. Just remember to play your minion first and then Tarim – e..g if you have Lost in the Jungle and you’re on 7 mana, it would be wise to buff those up to 3/3 too (1 mana for 2x 3/3 is not bad at all).

Other ways to get through Voidlord, or any other big Taunt, are Poisonous adapt from Lightfused Stegodon and Equality. For the first one, you need some Recruits on the board. Poisonous is one of the best Adapts in slow matchups, because it makes your opponent unable to play anything big. However, good old +3 Attack can often do the same trick. Equality is great in this deck too, because most of your minions are low health anyway, so even if you’re ahead, you can often use it without making your board much worse. Equality combos very nicely with Knife Juggler – instead of trading into those 1 health minions, 1 damage pings can do a lot of work. Other than that, you can always try to brute force your way through if you have no other methods. Trade your minions, hit them with weapons, possibly buff your Recruits with Level Up! etc. But generally, try to find a smarter way to get through them first.

Steward of Darkshire is a pretty important mid/late game card vs slow decks. It’s not really a good 3-drop, because it does nothing immediately and is just a 3/3, which makes it suboptimal against Aggro. But against Control, that’s another story. In the mid/late game you can combo it with some other cards to get multiple 1/1’s with Divine Shield (e.g. Lost in the Jungle / Stand Against Darkness). Those are particularly strong for two reasons. First is that they’re resistant to the straight up damage AoEs like Duskbreaker and Hellfire. Then, Divine Shield also makes all the buffs better. Having a bunch of 1/1’s with Divine Shield and playing Tarim or Level Up is usually game over for your opponent. 

Unlike vs Aggro, if you play against a slower deck, Divine Favor is often an MVP. Yes, sometimes you get a great start and kill your opponent quickly, but it doesn’t happen that often. They will usually have some sort of AoE, Taunts or other stall tools. However, thanks to the Divine Favor, when you finally run out of steam, you can refill your hand. You can usually draw at least 3 or 4 cards, but even 6 or more happens. Your Divine Favor timing is also important. First of all, you don’t want to be too greedy with it. Sometimes you hold it for too long and your opponent gets a turn in which he plays 2 or 3 cards, making it much worse. Generally, the amount of cards you draw is not THAT important. As long as you draw 3 or more, it should be good enough. Timing is more important. You want to use it when you already have some board and you don’t want to commit more, because you’re playing around AoE. Another good time to play it is when your opponent drops a stall like Doomsayer or Frost Nova. And finally, if you’re looking for something specific – e.g. if you need Equality to get through a big Taunt and get lethal, you might try to fish for it with Divine Favor. One more tip regarding Divine Favor is that, unless you’re looking for some specific card, you want to play as much as you can before using it, so you draw more.

Silver Hand Recruit Paladin Card Substitutions

  • Call to Arms – I wouldn’t play this deck without them. It’s a lot of why this deck is able to exist currently.
  • Level Up! – Solid 1-of card, but you could potentially live without it. Check out the list of general replacements to see what you can play instead.
  • Sunkeeper Tarim – Very important card and isn’t going to rotate out until next year. If you plan on playing Paladin you’ll need Tarim.

General Replacements

In general, you can play with the ratios of 1-of cards in the deck if you are missing a card or two, but I wouldn’t run more than one Equality or Level Up!. Some other potential replacements

  • Spellbreaker – Silence is always good, especially with all the Control Warlocks on the ladder. Having one copy definitely wouldn’t hurt you.
  • Blessing of Kings – Aggressive buff that works great on small minions with Divine Shield – and this deck has quite a lot of them.
  • Selfless Hero – Works great with Call to Arms and would be a solid inclusion in this deck.
  • Spikeridged Steed – Strong Paladin buff card, but doesn’t necessarily work with the synergy of the deck. It’s still very good, so if you need to replace a card this is a solid option.
  • Tirion Fordring – Kind of slow for this deck, but can still work if you face a slower meta. Keep in mind that a lot of Priests are running ways to steal things, though, and you wouldn’t like to see Mind Control on your Tirion!

Stonekeep

A Hearthstone player and writer from Poland, Stonekeep has been in a love-hate relationship with Hearthstone since Closed Beta. Over four years of playing and three years of writing about the game, he has achieved infinite Arena and multiple top 100 Legend climbs.

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67 Comments

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  1. TrungNguyen
    April 15, 2018 at 11:24 pm

    This deck is outdated! Update please! Also, I’m using the deck on metabomb and it sucks! 1-6 is not a tier 1 deck!

    Reply
  2. Jan Vindevoghel
    April 13, 2018 at 9:34 am

    So, I sold my secret tempo mage deck to finish buying this deck. So I did without realizing I could not play a few cards in Raven. Can you please update it to Raven? Or tell me how I can replace cards that are now available. I think it was 3 cards!

    Reply
  3. Arhol
    April 11, 2018 at 5:08 am

    Do you think a this archetype will be playable after rallying blade,stewart and probably most important stand against darkness rotation?

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  4. hero
    March 24, 2018 at 12:02 am

    It’s not the fact that Call To Arms pulls out three 1 drops that makes it powerful…

    What makes it powerful is all of those 1 drops have Divine Shield to protect against AOE removal.

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  5. Erik
    March 18, 2018 at 7:02 am

    it thereany card i can remove and replace with a bolvar fireblood

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    • jfsldk
      March 24, 2018 at 1:05 pm

      Why would you want to add in a Bolvar Fireblood? To show off your legendary? It makes the deck worse for sure.

      Reply
  6. KLGamet
    March 13, 2018 at 11:37 am

    Really good deck! I love the combos, it’s good for fast climbing and it’s fun to play, unlike most other Aggro-/Midrange Decks. I didn’t have Level Up! so I replaced it with Spellbraker, which is pretty good against Warlock.

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    • Potatomaster342
      March 15, 2018 at 9:33 am

      I’m doing the exact same thing with my deck so far level up would have been better in one situation where I went stand against darkness and that in the same turn but besides that it seems way to sketchy in every other situation.

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      • sdflk
        March 25, 2018 at 8:13 pm

        One copy of level up is added because it can normally be pulled off decently but on some occasions it can greatly swing games in your favor.

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  7. Spyder9899
    March 12, 2018 at 8:55 pm

    They should have, at the very least, hall of famed divine favor.

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  8. ben 10
    March 12, 2018 at 3:11 am

    is this deck gonna be good in the new year of raven

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    • Zujewski
      March 13, 2018 at 5:20 pm

      No Tarim, no Vinecleaver, no Steward of Darkshire, no Lost in the Jungle, no Stand Against Darkness or Lightfused Stegadon, probably not going to be good in Year of the Raven.

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      • Zujewski
        March 13, 2018 at 5:37 pm

        Err, my bad. Vinecleaver, Lost in the Jungle, Tarim, and Lightfused Stegodon will still be avaliable.

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        • Bladeofsteel
          March 29, 2018 at 5:43 am

          So basically you lose stand against darkness and steward of Cameron. Both are important cards, but we will see what witchwood provides.

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  9. Cowards
    March 8, 2018 at 11:02 pm

    Only brainless cowards play this deck

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    • Kral52
      March 29, 2018 at 11:15 am

      I play this deck for quick gold farming. So, what?

      Reply
  10. Casterleigh
    March 8, 2018 at 2:22 pm

    Absolutely disgusting, game-destroying deck. The ladder at 10-1 is nothing but this. Yet another completely one-sided expansion meta. They just don’t get it.

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    • Matt
      March 12, 2018 at 8:18 am

      It’s the only viable agro deck. There are still more people playing anti-lock decks than agro decks.

      Reply
  11. Bla bla
    March 5, 2018 at 9:30 am

    İ have an answer, equility or spell breaker ? What do you guys think about this

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    • KLGamet
      March 13, 2018 at 11:38 am

      Spell breaker is much better if you play against a lot of Warlock because you can silence the Lackey and Voidlord.

      Reply
  12. gabrielux
    March 3, 2018 at 12:11 pm

    This deck gets so annoying. I was playing cubelock which should be a bad matchup for this cancer, but as soon as i manage to drop Voidlord it comes with Sunkeeper. For 5 games in a row this cancer has the best answer to anything i drop, sometimes the only answer!!!!

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  13. xablevahr
    March 1, 2018 at 6:23 am

    Cubelock is hard to Play against, I agree, but sayin’ ist auto-lose is just Rank 15 dilly-dally. Learn to Play.

    Reply
  14. doffy
    February 26, 2018 at 12:27 pm

    this deck just auto loses against warlock which is what’s mostly on ladder right now. but it’s pretty goof against everything else.

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  15. Ivan
    February 25, 2018 at 2:33 pm

    Great deck!!

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  16. Brayan Andres Araque
    February 25, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    by which letter can I replace Tarim?

    Reply
  17. TheChad
    February 22, 2018 at 12:06 pm

    This was updated 3 hours ago… what changed?

    Reply
    • Stonekeep - Author
      February 22, 2018 at 1:09 pm

      Deck list didn’t change, but the guide was updated, because the old one was for the previous version of this deck.

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      • Thechad
        February 22, 2018 at 1:47 pm

        No I mean I made this deck about a week ago when the first guide was released. What changed between the two?

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        • Stonekeep - Author
          February 23, 2018 at 2:30 am

          Like I’ve said, the deck list didn’t change. Since it got popular about a week ago, everyone is still playing the same list.

          Some people are trying alternations, like Sea Giant, Silence, Consecration etc. but most of them just play this exact list 🙂

          The “updated” tag at the top popped, because I’ve updated the guide.

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  18. Lesh
    February 20, 2018 at 10:07 pm

    Awesome deck!

    Climbed from Rank 5 to Legend with this. Sitting at 850 Legend Rank with it at the moment.

    Thumbs up to author!

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    • Eric Woo
      February 21, 2018 at 12:23 am

      I climbed up to Legend with this deck as well! Thanks to the author!

      Reply
  19. Egorino
    February 20, 2018 at 12:53 am

    Loving this deck, low cost and have had about 8 wins in a row playing ranked. Well done.

    Tried using Crystal Lion as a quick buff on attack power once I had a few silver hands on the field, unfortunately oponents have been taking it out straight away which has generally worked in my favour as it gives me a turn or two to power up my silver hands. Poor card has turned in cannon fodder

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  20. Dox
    February 18, 2018 at 12:15 pm

    Playing at rank 2 and this deck lost me 8 games in a row. It’s shit!

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    • ZergVolution
      February 19, 2018 at 7:44 am

      this deck sucks alot…dunno why it is tier 1…imo tier 3

      Reply
      • dfsds
        March 24, 2018 at 1:06 pm

        lol rank 15 scrubs

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  21. Kostas
    February 18, 2018 at 7:07 am

    cheap deck ,good win ratio, lots of rng win conditions, Gets absolutely destroyed by cubelocks or control oriented warlocks .

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  22. FeedingTime
    February 17, 2018 at 7:35 pm

    I gave up a Crystal Lion and added Consecration. This lets me save Equality and Consecration for when the opponent draw large minions onto the battlefield. For example, against a C’Thun deck, you can spread the board with Silver Hand recruits and adapt with Lightfused Stegodon (adding +3 health). If the C’Thun comes out, hopefully its damage will be mitigated by your minions. Then you only need 6 mana to play Equality and then clear the enemy minions out with Consecration. Don’t play this combo too early against Big Priest or the standard version of Secret Y’shaarj.

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    • FeedingTime
      February 17, 2018 at 8:04 pm

      I also subbed out one of the Dire Wolf Alphas for a Benevolent Djinn (otherwise, no way to heal against aggro decks).

      Reply
  23. Lemontree
    February 17, 2018 at 7:08 pm

    Just started playing this deck and gets match up with all bad match-ups. To make things worst, when I get good match, rng made me draw bad cards and my opponent draws good ones.

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  24. PumbaHyumba
    February 17, 2018 at 7:32 am

    That deck is f*cking crazy. I started from 24 rank and for 5 hours got 5 rank. 42-6 ~90% winrate. Like says one russian guy Ebanutaya koloda.

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  25. ShroomHands
    February 16, 2018 at 12:04 pm

    Perfect counter to spiteful decks. They don’t typically run spells with low health AoE damage as those spells typically cost between 3-6 mana. They drop their summoner turn 6 and you drop Tarim, level up, light forged, knife + call and you are right back in and they have a board to answer rather than your face. If they do go face you get an extra turn to draw any of those cards. Biggest advice I can give is to ALWAYS hold 1 or 2 cards back unless you have *perfect* synergy or lethal. Zoo lock is tough and secret mage is probably about 60/40 in your favour. Murloc pal is one of those 50/50 who gets call first and who draws better. Everybody who is “stuck” this season should try this deck imo.

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    • Matt
      February 16, 2018 at 3:02 pm

      Yep. Loses to lock but beats the other 75% of the meta.

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      • Zapsta
        March 1, 2018 at 4:07 am

        Lock is a hard match up, but it’s not unwinable as some people say/think..
        I’ve played against a few locks with this deck, and beaten them.. it’s all about baiting out the clears early, and ofc. RNG 🙂

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  26. Matt
    February 15, 2018 at 9:35 pm

    I couldn’t justify crafting inquisitors at this point so I crafted a level up instead. That’s something I never imagined I’d be saying.

    Reply
  27. BIGEZRexxar
    February 15, 2018 at 4:07 pm

    wouldnt bolvar work fine in this?

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    • sfdjlk
      March 24, 2018 at 1:07 pm

      It fits but it overall makes the deck worse. You can add it in to show off your legendary though.

      Reply
  28. TheDrama
    February 15, 2018 at 12:10 am

    I have to say I was wanting to play something like this and I love this deck so far. I personally put in two spellbreakers instead of the corridor creepers since I dont have them. Is two of them too much? Also Would the nerfed creepers still be good enough to craft?

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    • TheDrama
      February 15, 2018 at 3:33 am

      Well just an update. I’m currently sitting at a 72% win rate with this deck, got me from rank 18 to rank 10 pretty fast. I took out one spellbreaker and added a consecration, it has come in handy in quiet a few games. I guess I should mention I wasn’t running the creepers since I did not have them, I put in two spellbreakers in their place. But the extra silence and aoe has helped win some games. Not sure if it is optimal, but having a blast with the deck.

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  29. Saltmaster
    February 13, 2018 at 12:59 pm

    I like this deck even though it won’t get me very far up the ladder. I am now struggling with replacements for the nerfed Corridor Creeper. Because I’m dealing with a lot of void lords and whatever that annoying priest 9-drop is called I am considering putting in two silences: Spellbreaker or the owl. Spellbreaker is better bang for the buck with its stats, but Ironbeak Owl has some ‘synergy’ with equality and Steward of Darkshire.

    Otherwise, I could consider selfless hero or consecration…

    Any advice is much appreciated.

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  30. Justin
    February 4, 2018 at 2:44 am

    Would Pyromancer be good in this deck?

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    • Biscoln
      February 5, 2018 at 9:33 pm

      Absolutely not. The deck tries to flood the board with tokens and having a wild pyromancer is extreme anti-synergy.

      Reply
    • HappyDucky
      February 6, 2018 at 3:45 pm

      Logically, wouldn’t it just kill off a lot of your Recruits before they get buffed?
      That, and what could you replace??

      Reply
  31. Lenz
    January 2, 2018 at 10:45 am

    Thank you! I was building something similar, but this one is a lot more matured.
    This works really well in the current meta.

    For me, 1x Spellbreaker and 1x is a must.

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  32. criznittle
    December 27, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    Why no Frostwolf? He’s an easy 9/9 or 10/10 early on. I’ve won several matches with him hitting hard in my Silverhand deck.

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    • fsjdlk
      March 24, 2018 at 1:09 pm

      Frostwolf in a nutshell…
      Are you winning? WIN HARDER!
      Are you losing? LOSE HARDER!

      Reply
  33. James
    December 19, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    Hi, I have a question,

    I don’t have dirty rat and I personally hate the card, do you think val (the weapon) could work in this deck? I’ve played a bit with it and cant really tell. Has anyone else tried this?

    Reply
    • Evident - Site Admin
      December 25, 2017 at 2:08 pm

      I think Val could work in this deck, it would be good with Crystal Lion.

      Reply
  34. darkfrosch90
    December 19, 2017 at 8:53 am

    This deck boosted me from rank 14 to 8. Pretty great !!!!

    Reply
  35. Bops
    December 18, 2017 at 11:14 am

    What about Consecrate? Does that fit in at all?

    Reply
    • Justin
      February 4, 2018 at 2:49 am

      I run it in my silver hand recruit deck. It’s pretty good when you have a board of silver hand recruits and you use the equality+consecrate combo for board clear.

      Reply
  36. MilkToast
    December 17, 2017 at 4:41 pm

    I have Sunkeeper Tarim, but is this deck worth it to craft? Has anyone been able to reach legend with it?

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    • HLnug
      December 18, 2017 at 6:39 am

      You can hit legend with the deck, but it’s weak vs priest and warlock. With those being very prevalent classes in the current meta, this probably shouldn’t be the deck you craft first.

      Reply
      • Justin
        February 4, 2018 at 2:46 am

        Adding on to that, this deck is super hard to play around defile.

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    • Jojodeltoro
      December 18, 2017 at 12:48 pm

      I just hit legend with this deck and the real bad matchup i would say is warlock and spell hunter, You crush anything else if you don’t play it like its mindless cause there are some nuance plays.

      Reply
    • Idk
      February 16, 2018 at 7:14 am

      Well there are many silverhand paladins in rank 2-4 at the moment and they deny my legend.

      Reply
  37. Renard
    December 16, 2017 at 7:01 am

    Hi i love this deck. I need advices for the mulligan because i feel im doing wrong sometimes. Ty

    Reply
    • Lenny
      December 17, 2017 at 3:55 pm

      Always keep at least one 1-drop, if you already have a 1 you look for call to arms, rallying blade, corridor creeper and drylgulch jailor. You generally don’t want knife juggler and dirty rat in your opening hand, as they are much better if recruited, and cards like Steward and Stegodon should be mulliganed away aswell.

      Reply

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