Handbuff Taunt Warrior | Ashes of Outland | Hearthstone

Ashes of Outland printed some very solid Taunt minions. Let’s handbuff them.


Deck Code: AAECAQcGogTuBpuUA6ikA96tA9y+AwyQA9QEl5QDmpQDn6QDpKQDgqgDpLYDuLkDwLkDzb4D5r4DAA==

00:00 Dragon Hunter
07:29 Galakrond Rogue
16:32 Tempo Demon Hunter
22:13 Wrap-up


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24 thoughts on “Handbuff Taunt Warrior | Ashes of Outland | Hearthstone

  1. AAECAQcGogTuBpuUA6ikA96tA9y+AwyQA9QEl5QDmpQDn6QDpKQDgqgDpLYDuLkDwLkDzb4D5r4DAA==

  2. Hey, I think it’s really cool that you play enough fun and exciting decks to have constant content uploaded. Thank you for working hard to show off something great each time

  3. I was about to whine about you not playing bolster on taunt warrior but then i saw you were playing in standard

  4. I remember when bladestorm was first revealed and for some reason streamers somehow completely forgot about the existence of lackeys while reviewing it.

  5. I played a similar list at one point, but I had infested goblin, so I could spread more stats, and have a bunch of solid underpriced taunts later. Dunno how good it actually is though.

  6. I play the taunt package with a Galakrond Warrior package, works pretty well.
    Drawing those buffed minions actually helps with your lategame swing.
    Also, I agree that Bladestorm sucks, just use brawl.

  7. I expect Bladestorm to get a lot better when lackeys rotate out. I sometimes have used it to combo with Plague of Wrath, but at that point, you wonder if Whirlwind wouldn't just be a better replacement.

  8. I always feel like I need to be able to duplicate armagedillo or have a bunch of card draw to feel like its worth building a deck around.

  9. What about the 2/3 taunt that gains attack each time it takes damage? Good with Risky Skipper.

  10. Bladestorm's the kind of card you need to play (or more like draw and have it sit dead in your hand) in order to see just how bad it is. Didn't seem that bad during review times.

  11. I don't think I've ever seen Chump dissing a card as hard as he did with Bladestorm, and he's the guy that would make ANY card look reasonable.

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