Trinity Series Season 2 Championship Winning Deck Lists: Team LUL (Team Love U Lots)

Trinity Series has completed just days after the release of Kobolds and Catacombs and the big story that came out of the tournament was the dominance of Team LUL and the emergence of the card Corridor Creeper. Chakki, Muzzy, and Zalae literally broke the meta by popularizing this card so much that it is being thrown into just about every aggro, midrange, and tempo deck list on the ladder! Congratulations to them as they were able to use their superior deck building and play to nab the Trinity Series Season 2 Championship!

Team LUL’s Winning Championship Deck Lists

9 Comments

  1. Fridge
    December 11, 2017 at 9:15 pm

    They had 3 days to make decks, turns out they decided to go full on aggro taking advantage of the lack of testing and preparation of new decks….

    expansion lasts for 3 months.. lets remember tempo rogue became king on the 2nd month of Kotf

    for this week.. all hail to our creeper overlords

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    • Fridge
      December 11, 2017 at 9:17 pm

      or was it 3 hours..??

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  2. Grighten
    December 11, 2017 at 6:49 am

    Not seeing why anything but the worm is op leeroy and such have been out.

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  3. HS
    December 10, 2017 at 8:29 pm

    the game is totaly broken, let’s see how long until blizzard react, is a shame because the expansion is amazing but nobody will play the expasion only patches, corridor creeper, keleseth, leeroy, bonemare…. let’s the first one to cheat win, i can play this game with my eyes closed

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    • JoyDivision
      December 11, 2017 at 2:12 am

      I have some hope for the other cards but yeah, would be a shame if this is all there will be in the new meta.

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    • Encker
      December 11, 2017 at 7:52 am

      This is a pretty brash comment… Especially since this is a post from the Trinity Series which in my opinion had some of the most innovative deck building and high level game play. I think videos like the one Reynad just posted lead to very Black and White comments like this unfortunately.

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      • Ribbuster
        December 12, 2017 at 8:30 am

        I agree, I mean at least there are around 8 top tier decks at this point than 2 like in previous expansions. Back in the day there were only patron warrior, secret paladin, pirate warrior spanning across different expansions. This meta is little to complain about

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        • CD001
          December 15, 2017 at 6:11 am

          But are there really 8 different decks – or merely variants of the same couple of decks across 8 different classes.

          Every deck above…
          * runs Corridor Creeper.
          * has a strong aggro or tempo bias – even Priest.

          Leroy is in half the decks, as is Keleseth, Bonemare and a Patches pirate package. They’ve basically used one tried and tested formula (there’s nothing really new here), tweaked it for each class, and chucked in a couple of Corridor Creepers. It’s the consistency here that brings the wins I guess, rather than awesome flashy combos – which fall apart when you don’t draw the right cards.

          The most interesting things are the inclusion of the Mithril Spellstone in Pirate Warrior (which makes sense even if it seems slow for Pirate Warrior) and that Secret Hunter is actually viable now.

          This actually looks like it could be a _less_ varied meta, in terms of cards used, than it has ever been (well, since Undertaker Hunter maybe).

          (important bit) BUT and this is a big “but” … it’s early days yet and these decks were in a tournament before the dust had settled on the new cards – it’s not surprising they went with what is known to work rather than experiment. There’s plenty of time, and potential, for things to get much more interesting.

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      • john
        December 14, 2017 at 3:26 pm

        I also agree. These decks aren’t nearly fast enough to be oppressive. There are a number of strong control decks to come up this week, in addition to strong offbeat decks like to my side hunter. Jade druid is still decent. I have faith in miracle rogue, etc.
        Also, I still take everything Reynad (or any streamer for that matter) says with a grain of salt. People have loads of salt.

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