Zetalot’s Legend N’Zoth Priest (July 2016, Season 28)

Class: Priest - Format: kraken - Type: control - Season: season-28 - Style: ladder - Meta Deck: N'Zoth Priest

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Zetalot hit legend with this N’Zoth Control Priest! Watch him make his final run here.

Update: +2 Loot Hoarder, +1 Shadow Word: Pain, +1 Cairne Bloodhoof, -2 Shifting Shade, -1 Holy Nova, -1 Entomb

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  1. Joel
    July 23, 2016 at 5:49 am


    • Raiden
      July 24, 2016 at 10:34 pm

      I really like this list a lot. It’s kind of like Control Priest with N’Zoth rather than N’Zoth Priest…if that makes sense. What I mean is that the win condition isn’t usually a gigantic N’Zoth like in those lists that run Curators and lots of defensive cards like Shadow Word: Pain, Embrace the Shadows and Doomsayer. Instead it plays more like old-school control priest where you just win on card advantage and value.

      Resurrect is also very cool. It’s not a card I’d experimented with much before and it seems to have a higher effect on average than Curator. Resurrecting Blademaster or Auchenai can be gamebreaking and it has interesting synergy with Pyro and Northshire against aggro decks as well. If you can play carefully you can control what pops out of your Resurrects pretty well.

      I’d suggest switching out something for Harrison or Ooze maybe. Gorehowl can ruin your day as a priest and it can singlehandedly win you games vs. Shaman. It also is just a nice play versus most decks that run weapons (pretty much half the meta).

      Unfortunately it still has the problems that every Control Priest list has – earlygame instability, inconsistency, and it loses to combo decks very hard. Renolock is very hard and midrange decks can be troublesome if you cannot get much board presence. Druid has been the natural predator of Priest since forever and that has not changed. Especially C’thun Druid.

      The best bet against Renolock is trying to save Flash Heals and an Auchenai so you can try to burst him down when he plays Jeraxxus. The dream is entombing his Emperor and getting discounts on 3 of Auchenai, 2x Flash Heal, and Darkshire Alchemist so you can do >=15 damage to him. C’thun warrior is all about getting card advantage, playing around brawl (which isn’t terribly hard) and making him play things like Sylvanas and C’thun suboptimally (i.e. when they are vulnerable to entomb or your own sylvanas).

  2. Fistouille
    July 21, 2016 at 1:24 am

    Only 3 deathrattle ? No Cairne ?

    • GreggSauce
      July 21, 2016 at 11:54 am

      The only deathrattle you care about is sylvanas, this is his standard ‘control priest’ build with less heal and n’zoth in its place

      museum curators/resurrect can be swapped or 50/50
      shifting shade can be reduced to a 1 of if you want to replace it with the healing drop instead (better versus aggro)
      you can change 1 cleric for a loot hoarder for reliable draw and to counter aggro more
      and a cabal priest can be exchanged for something lower for aggro. i like running embrace the shadows, or shadow madness but the 2/3 taunt with deathrattle could also work.

  3. dasmanuel
    July 21, 2016 at 12:30 am

    The list is wrong; I think it should be Museum Curators, not Resurrects. 😉

    • dasmanuel
      July 21, 2016 at 1:39 am

      Nevermind – he switches to Resurrection as it seems. 6 hours is a lot to watch. 😉