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Focus Of The Deck
This deck combines the popular egg core of Ragnora and the replace package. It hopes to apply Fractal Replication to a high-value card like White Widow, Inquisitor Kron, or Silithar Elder in order to snowball games in your favor with overwhelming amounts of value.
How Do I Play This Deck
Cheap control tools are used in the early game to keep the board state stable, like Bloodtear Alchemist and Lava Lance. All the while, you will be developing your own board with cards like Aethermaster to set up additional replace value, or highly-volatile Rippers from your Bloodbound Spell using Cryptographer and Bloodbound Mentor.
This is the time when White Widow and Kron hit the board. They are the kinds of cards you will want to set up so you can apply Fractal Replication to them, which will give you immensely powerful board presence. If possible, keep your Fractal targets out of harm’s way because Fractal Replication copies all modifiers on the targeted minion, including any damage that minion sustained.
If you have a White Widow, Kron, or Silithar Elder on board, try casting Fractal Replication on it. That level of value can win games on its own. You also have Makantor as a strong burst option that doubles as conditional removal due to its Frenzy keyword. If facing an aggressive or burn-oriented deck, Saurian Finality acts as a devastating countermeasure to those decks’ game plans.
This deck can be a great choice for players who enjoy lizards, replace cards, and the amusing ability to multiply your minions. Feel free to give it a spin if you want to play a more off-brand version of Magmar.
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