Last Updated: March 4, 2017
Deck Summary:Generate Deck Code
Deck Cost Distrubution:
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|Ambling WraithFollower||1||x 3|
|Cursebrand VampireFollower||1||x 3|
|Blood WolfFollower||2||x 3|
|Vania, Vampire PrincessFollower||2||x 3|
|Yurius, Levin DukeFollower||2||x 3|
|Crazed ExecutionerFollower||3||x 2|
|Veight, Vampire NobleFollower||3||x 3|
|Dark GeneralFollower||4||x 2|
|Imp LancerFollower||6||x 3|
|Razory ClawSpell||2||x 3|
|Summon BloodkinSpell||2||x 3|
|Demonic StrikeSpell||4||x 2|
|Night HordeSpell||4||x 3|
|Dance of DeathSpell||5||x 2|
|Vampiric FortressAmulet||2||x 2|
Deck Author Interview:
Pros and Cons of this deck?
- Each match goes by really fast. Since the deck has lots of storm followers and burn damage cards, you can sometimes win from having 0 cards in your hand.
- Decks that have healing and Ward followers.
Tell us about your key cards.
- Crazed Executioner
- Dark General
- This card was added for the match up against Aggro Decks. This card can give you a chance to come back late game.
Tell us about your Mulligans
- I always try to keep 1 or 2 cost cards and mulligan the rest. Mulligan 3 cost cards if you don't have 2 cost (depending on the opponent's deck). Summon Bloodkin and Vampiric Fortress are kind of weak by itself, so mulligan those. If you have Vania, Vampire Princess, keep Summon Bloodkin.
Any comments for readers?