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RadicalX

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    vileblood lamer
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    Said the truth. I can't keep up with ladadoos :/
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    disintegrates stuff Edit: posted faster than me :/
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    knows nothing about hirooos grigori-fetish
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    was too slow
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    posted the 2155th reply in this thread
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    is older than me
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    doesn't use op-vileblood as his M counter :/
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    Overrates the importance of signatures
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    posts 14,95 times per day on avarage (off topic not included)
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    chose one of my favourite units as his profil picture
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    Fire/Frost deck

    Brannoc was actually decent in Fire/Frost if you chose to play the timeless/silverwind/tremor T3. Since Fire Frost has no XL counter Brannoc would cover up a huge weakness (Tremor will still work as your main basenuke because Fire Frost doesn't have the best support for Brannoc). If you play Giant Slayer T3 he is not really strong. Aside from that I agree Brannoc was only really useful with good support, I played him pretty much only in Fire Nature, since i don't see a reason to run a XL in shadow nature, because LW/Unholy power were pretty useless here, pure Nature had Mo & Stonekin has on of the strongest XL nukes in T3.
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    Has a better internet connection than me
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    likes to blow up grigoris
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    mentioned the letter Gimel, but overlooked the letter Kappa
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    Fire/Frost deck

    T1 is fine - Thugs not necessary, but still a strong card (helps you to deal with shadow T1 and is ok against fire t1 / Sunderer or Mortar would be other viable options). There is no need to play Frost T1, actually i would prefer to play with fire T1, because with frost T1 your success is influenced by map-rng and I don't like that fact. Still both options are actually decent. Lightblade is unnecessary, Firesworn is a decent L counter anyway. Rallying Banner is not that valuable in Fire-Frost, it just doesn't synergise very well with the other fire frost cards. Lyrish Knight should be used as long as u play frost T1. With Ice Barrier, homesoil & frost bite he is just way more useful compared to a standard fire frost deck with fire T1. If you intend to use your lancer / tremor / Timeless T3 dont take it out since it is your only XL counter (you should use ice barrier & homesoil in that case because otherwise you can't use you defensive units to attack afterwards which is pretty inefficient.) Rageclaws can be a decent addition to add some more pressure because the damage against power wells can get insane if you opponent doesn't deal with them fast. But I wouldn't suggest to play Rageclaws AND mountaineer because the have kinda the same task in your deck. Rageclaws are NOT good defensive units, because they are slow, melee & small. Your core M Counters are Skyfire drake & especially Stormsinger (This card is actually insane & made fire frost acutally viable after her buffs). Disenchant or Gladiatrix can be usefull to have one of those cards in your deck to deal with buffed L / XL Units, especially if you chose to play without lyrish knight. Besides that your Deck looks actually pretty good. And one last suggestion: Use at least 4 T3 cards in your deck, because otherwise you will have a hard time against some decks, especially lost souls. Actually there are alot of viable options in T3, just make sure that you have a way to deal with every kind of attack you could possibly encounter. Best Regards RadicalX
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    Opening Tournament

    I would like to participate aswell. Sign me in for 1v1 & 2v2 ;-)
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    pretends to have a grey face
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    Cheap PvP bandit deck ^^

    I would like to know why people say that Warrior's death is that strong. I mean in theory this cards just sounds like garbage and seems to work only against shadow/nature & pure nature. Every other deck has a decent counter: Frostsplashes have kobold trick/glacier and the damage steroid is not power efficient so its unlikely to get something done if you are not ahead anyways. Fire splashes can use disenchant, which works as a decent counter - at least the purple one is efficient (especially against a buff reliant deck). Pure shadow has knight of chaos with his ability (would recommend the blue one). The pure nature player tends to take not many wellcluster & often relies on cc to defend efficient, so warrior's death seems to work against that pretty damn well, but otherwise I dont see reason to pick up this card. That said I didn't play the card myself & don't have alot of experience with it. I'm just curious since many players seemed to think of warrior's death as a valueable card. Maybe there is some interaction I don't know or sth. like that.
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    How to Build a (PvP) Deck [Guide]

    First of all nice work seems like you put alot of effort into this, but there are some things i would like to mention: Skeleton Warriors: Pretty much one of the most underrated T1-cards. I still wouldn't recommend them if you intend to play a small T1 (dreadcharger, forsaken, nox & nasty are essential for shadow T1), but skeleton warriors gave you a huge advantage in shadow mirrors as long as your opponent doesn't use them aswell. You had to deal 1650 effective damage to clear them with their tank ability (frenzy forsaken can deal only around 1080 damage in 20 seconds). In theory you could even 1v1 wrathblades which are supposed to counter s-units. There was no efficient way to clear them so what happens if you ignore them? The answer ist easy because skeleton warriors had 660hp which makes nasty surprise super dangerous. Aside from that you could use them to rush your opponent. He just needs to take 1 power well & you could rush him for sure even against phase tower since skeleton warriors are unkillable which means 30 seconds of free hits on the power well which results in 900 damage. Forsaken spam will do the rest as long as you split your units well. This is why i would recommend to play them at least once in your unit compostition against shadow. Nature T1 swift unit: I really like the fact that you point out amazon & werebeasts as viable options but it is important to note that swiftclaw is essential in nature mirrors* and against that nasty frostmagespam**. * (because it's the only unit that allows you to deal enough damage to kill anything of your opponent in the early game -> dyrad & shaman outsustain you otherwise) ** (you have to attack your opponent asap because home soil gets more and more efficent with more units on the board. If you can't intercept the mages early with swiftclaws you have to skip T1 even with treespirits since ice barriers can block the damage) Magma Hurler: short comment -> Unit was useless without cc because it was possible to dodge the attack by changing the movement direction during the attack animation. Had a 4 second delay between attacks so it was possible to kill him without losing a single hitpoint. Spearman: They were more than just good against shadow. Pretty essential card in a nature mirror -> just switch to M counter, it would deal alot of damage and was nearly unkillable itself. Embalmers Shrine: That rumor you mentioned was true btw. -> it was possible to gain your entire voidpower back immediatly which means as long as you play a spell/nukebased deck you get nearly unlimited power (was one of the strongest combos of all time, but got nerfed at some point). But there weren't many players who used this to full efficiency so it wasn't the most popular thing in pvp ... Rogan Kayle: Not sure if you mentioned this already (it's a long guide ^^), but Rogan Kayle was strong as a supportive XL counter since you could stack cc with his ability (Oink duration doesn't get reduced if you use it after Rogans ability). Used that in my shadow nature deck and it was pretty useful against harvester. Tunnel: Okay it wasn't the strongest card, but it was used sometimes. I remember Kyllbuster using Tunnel in a tournament against me to support his attacks and retreat (I think you could even dodge cc like coldsnap for example). Still not the most relevant card At the end I just want to thank you for all the work you put into this ^-^ Best regards, RadicalX
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    Introduce Yourself!

    Heyho, I am RadicalX and some people should know me from the past. I was a very dedicated PvP player (reached the top spot in 1v1 & 2v2), but I played PvE aswell from time to time. Nice to meet you all! I'm really hyped to play the game again. :D
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