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We play 4 packages ins this deck:
1-Cheat Mana: Cards that reduce other cards in cost or give us access to more mana.
2-Dying Wish: Cards that we “cheat” out early and synergise well together
3-Punish: Celebrant, Sarlac, and our BBS are excellent tools to damage an enemy and make use of one of the best class removal cards in the game
4-Furor Chakram: Use our Furor Chakram to control the board with our many sticky minions or finish the game
What are the big plays?
going First: 2 drop -> Unseven -> 2x 5+ drops are enough to steamroll most decks.
going Second: Look for something to cheat mana early, control the board, keep your minions on the board and finish with a big chakram play after summoning a Vorpal Reaver or Reaper of the Nine Moons
What to look out for?
Transforms and Burn can outplace you, keep your big plays until they wasted some resources.
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