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|Anti Heavenly Aegis
Deck by Sakino
|Shivarion Elana (Under Construction)
Deck by Shivarion
Deck by StormCrowCentral
Deck by Runa
Deck by AviaPark
Elana Havencraft is unlike the other iterations of Havencraft. Rather than focus on many amulets to overwhelm the opponent, this deck only focuses on a single amulet. Elana's Prayer. Combined with followers and spells that heal your leader,Elana's Prayer is capable of creating incredibly large followers that can be difficult for your opponent to beat!
The namesake of the deck. Once prayer comes down, the game immediately changes because healing your leader means buffs to your followers. It can be incredibly difficult to deal with and why the entire deck is centered around this card.
Capable of healing you and cycling for a card, Monastic Holy water is a very good staple card to run in Elana Havencraft. With Elana out, it can pump up your already existing followers!
Even without Elana's prayer in the deck, curate is a very potent card that can help swing a game back into your favor. The ability to gain 5 defense more often than not will pull you away from death! With prayer out, this card becomes even better because it becomes a 6/6 immediately. This can find ways into most Elana builds with ease!
Need more card draw? Need more healing?! This card does that in spades! Once you play this card, it will automatically add 2 monastic holy waters to your hand. You can use them to continue fueling your Elana's prayer and help dig through your deck so you can find more threats for your opponent!
Tenko was made for this deck. Very good stats considering that haven followers tend to be incredibly understated but she also is a very strong card because each time you attack, you gain 1 HP! This adds up when you have a full board and an elana in play. Your followers can get really big really fast!
|Sacred PleaAmulet - Standard||1||x 3|
|Tribunal of Good and EvilAmulet - Rise of Bahamut||4||x 2|
|Elana's PrayerAmulet - Darkness Evolved||3||x 3|
|Rabbit HealerFollower - Standard||2||x 3|
|Healing AngelFollower - Standard||3||x 3|
|Priest of the CudgelFollower - Standard||4||x 2|
|Radiance AngelFollower - Darkness Evolved||5||x 3|
|TenkoFollower - Wonderland Dreams||5||x 3|
|Monk of PurificationFollower - Wonderland Dreams||6||x 2|
|CurateFollower - Standard||7||x 2|
- It is fine if you take some damage from your opponent in the early game. The entire point of this deck is healing so for the most part you will heal off all of the damage that your opponent does to you.
- Look for an opportunity to land Elana's Prayer early. Don't play it on boards where you will take tons of damage for playing it.
- Once you land an Elana's Prayer, it becomes much harder for your opponent to fight you because each of your heals make your followers more powerful and harder to deal with.
- If you do not have Elana's Prayer, you will end up playing a more defensive style as your followers are subpar without it Prayer in play.
- Priest of the Cudgel and Goblinbreaker Teena are the ideal cards to be using defensively while you wait to get your Elana's in play if you do not already have it.
- If your opponent has only a few followers in play, you may be able to deal with it by using tribunal of good and evil. This preserves your evo points and randomly destroys a follower your opponent controls.
- This could also become the time that you are the aggressor in the match up. If your opponents run out of steam or they are a control player, you can play wisely around their removal options while setting up big threats that they must deal with. With prayer out, you should be able to make sizable threats with ease.
- With your Elana's Prayers out, You will be able to have much bigger followers than your opponent so they will have to focus very heavily on dealing with your massively huge board.