Tempo Warrior – Early #11 Legend (Butterkase) – United in Stormwind

Class: Warrior - Format: gryphon - Type: tempo - Season: season-90 - Style: ladder - Meta Deck: Tempo Warrior - Link: Source

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  1. Sithlord42
    September 5, 2021 at 6:15 am

    Hello Butterkase ,

    Warrior is my main class, i used to crush everyone with enrage warrior, think you’ll agree that warrior is bad in this meta that being said, i seen your tempo warrior list from a few weeks ago and i got legend with it , top class deck m8 genius actually.
    I just seen your most recent warrior deck , looks good trying it out now at d5, also id like to be your buddy add me bro
    sithlord38#2326

  2. Phoesias
    September 4, 2021 at 3:13 am

    5 Matches, Lost all of them so far

    • Butterkase
      September 4, 2021 at 4:51 am

      😀 try again tommorow.
      Jokes aside, I can feel with you, lost 3 in a row yesterday and won 4 in a row after.. In the current meta, if your opponent highrolls you often would have lost no matter what, which often results in winning and losing streaks.

      It helps a lot to understand what your deck wants to do and what it is good at, you will get a better understanding why you lost. In the current meta, the best decks are Quest Handlock and Quest Shaman. If you want to win a lot of games, play one of those. Cheating with Overload, being immune to fatigue plus tons of healing nothing can compete with currently. Decks like taunt druid and shadow priest just try to roll a dice if they can be fast enough to win the game, before the meta decks to their unfair crazy shenanigans, but still their overall powerlevel is a lot weaker. Now Tempo Warrior is not a top tier meta deck, that does lots of unfair stuff like healing a ton or being immune to fatigue. Your only strength is to buff minions and try to delay your opponent with posts/neophytes and in addition to that, Robes of Protection makes it a more difficult task for your opponent dealing to deal with your board.

      I can just recommend go over your games, look what archetypes you faced and who should have won these on paper. If you has good matchups you should try to figure out if your opponents highrolled and were very lucky or if you missplayed at some point in a favourable matchup. If you follow the ‘source’ link above, there is a reddit guide and you could post some replays in the comments if you want.

      To be clear, I made this deck because I enjoy the ‘Tempo’ playstyle and it is fun to play. Especially if you can interrupt Questmage for example, whe your board is untargetable and gets buffed by their stuff. That’s fun, but it is not the most powerful strategy in the game. I didn’t share this deck because I think it is the tier 1 best deck in the game. It is a solid tier 2 deck, that is meant to target very specific matchups in the current metagame, but loses to others.

      Might not help you at all what I said, you are probably just frustrated you lost, but its some thoughts could be worth thinking about.

      Cheers

  3. F12n
    September 3, 2021 at 3:19 am

    Can this deck get me out from plat?

    • Butterkase
      September 3, 2021 at 6:32 am

      Yes it can,

      in platinum the most popular decks are Questline Shaman, Questline Mage and Questline Handlock.
      Shaman and Mage are fine matchups for this deck, Handlock is still problematic. Handlock is still one of the beste decks though, not much that beats it.
      Against Shadow Priest and Face Hunter you should be slightly favoured.

      Most important with such Tempo Deck is your mulligan and precise play. You will need practice to pilot the deck well, thats the key to climb in plat/dia. Focus on improving your turns and usually it is best to play one deck only to master it.

      In the mulligan your key cards are Warmaul Challengers, Stage Dive and Gan’arg, 2-drops also can be kept. However if you face combo/draw heavy decks like mage and demon hunter, your focus is on Robes of Protection, Posts and Neophytes. So you absolutely need to adapt your mulligan to your opponents class.

      Also common mistakes would be to wait too long for the right moment and not playing your cards when you have the mana. For example don’t wait too long for Conditioning to be good. Just play it on turn 2 if you have the mana and nothing else to do. Also just play your Samuro on 4 if its buffed, often there is no reason holding it back when your opponent doesnt play for board anyways.

      So if you enjoy/want to learn the ‘tempo’ playstyle, this deck is great and should be pretty fine into the platinum meta. Just take your time to learn the deck and if you have any questions about specific situations feel free to ask.

      cheers butter

      • F12n
        September 3, 2021 at 9:17 am

        Did you have a YouTube channel or something that i can watch and learn this deck?

        • Butterkase
          September 3, 2021 at 9:55 am

          In the description (above decklist) you can click on the link ‘source’. You will find couple replays there and a guide for my previous very similar version. Feel free to pm me on reddit, I wouldnt mind watching couple games and share some thoughts if you are interested.

        • Phoesias
          September 3, 2021 at 9:58 am

          Have you ever thought about just learning by playing and improving yourself?

          You have a decklist, isn’t that enough for you?

          We’re talking about Hearthstone, the simplest card game on the market. It’s not like you have tons of decisions to make every round with this deck

          • F12n
            September 3, 2021 at 6:49 pm

            Bro i don’t know how to play this deck, i have to ask something to help me grew up and i think watch some gameplay is good to improve my skills or you never watch some proplayer play your deck? and i just ask him for some questions not all, you bruh.