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There’s an embedded mini-challenge: Try to see if you can get a back-line Syvrel the Exile to stick, and a Gibbet around. They’re best friends and love to play together grappling over screaming enemy hobos for a friendly game of backyard evisceration.
It won’t work though. This gives you moral high ground to take revenge in the next step.
Develop Thunderhorn and Purgatos for sweet Furor Chakram multi-hit value. You have a wide array of positioning tools to try and maximize their impact.
Stay alive and annoy to no end with good old Desolator.
By that time you should have kept a bunch of bursty damagey stuff in your hand. Close the game with a vengeance using a buffed-up Saberspine Alpha.
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Prepare some creep, equip Chakram, teleport in with nethermeld, finish with frenzy Rev.
BlacKnight69 Budget Swarm Lilithe 1,1k spirit
Wall hugging is useless!
Budget Lilithe 1k spirit by TM87
Edit :This is a swarm Abyss deck with tips for beginners from better players.
It is a fun deck to play but the op cards cost a lot and it can hurt your brain ;)
I am open for suggestion, because I want to climb with this deck to s in the future.
You can add me and play vs me so I can improve my play style.
Original :I want to spam but have so much trouble vs a lot of decks or how to play.
I am new to this game and if you know how to better play or good cards then pls tell me
Hope you have a nice day ;)
A well balanced Maehv deck that can switch between many different play styles.
It is, however, a challenging deck to play as it contains many moving parts and produces a large number of minions.
Slam a bunch or wraithlings onto the board, then buff them up and benefit from their death.
Build a board, preserving your minions and tear down theirs with a big Furor Chakram turn.
Budget Lilithe 2k spirit by TM87