Hearthstone: Jade Rogue

Hello everybody, Geek Generation here. It’s been awhile since i last blogged. Sorry about that.

I’ve got only 3 classes that are not at level 60 yet. They’re Shaman, Rogue and Priest. Since i really wanted that golden Acidic Swamp Ooze, i decided to play Rogue. I didn’t have Edwin VanCleef or Leeroy, i decided that playing a weaker Miracle Rogue, a deck that i’m utterly unfamiliar with, was not a good choice. And since i did open Aya Blackpaw from a pack, i decided to go with Jade Rogue.

2 x Backstab
1 x Counterfeit Coin
1 x Patches the Pirate
2 x Swashburglar
1 x Bloodmage Thalnos
2 x Eviscerate
2 x Jade Shuriken
2 x Jade Swarmer
2 x Sap
1 x Undercity Huckster
2 x Fan of Knives
1 x Shadow Strike
2 x Unearthed Raptor
2 x Jade Spirit
2 x Tomb Pillager
2 x Azure Drake
1 x Aya Blackpaw
1 x Sylvanas Windrunner
1 x N’Zoth the Corruptor

The deck isn’t really very good and posts a slightly lesser than 50% win rate at rank 15.

The winrate is as follow:

Class Win Loss
Druid 2 0
Hunter 1 2
Mage 3 0
Paladin 1 0
Priest 1 0
Rogue 2 4
Shaman 0 2
Warlock 2 1
Warrior 1 5

I lost to every Miracle Rogue. The deck simply has no chance against Miracle Rogue. The only Rogues i won were other Jade Rogues. Warriors were mostly aggro Pirate Warriors. The deck can’t win against any face decks. Which is why this is not a good deck to play in the current meta.
jade_swarmer unearthed_raptor
Against slower decks that has a ton of board control, Jade Swarmer and Unearthed Raptor truly shines. The pair provides a stickiness to the board that control players find hard to handle. And when they finally cleared your board away, you can bring them back with N’Zoth.

The key to playing Jade Swarmer is to never attack with it unnecessarily. Especially so if the opponent is a Priest. Potion of Madness would ruin your game plan. It is best to leave the Jade Swarmer on board so that it can pop a Jade Golem after a board clear. If the Jade count is decent, it is best to play Jade Swarmer into an enemy Doomsayer.

Ok, so much for now, Geek Generation out.


Posted on 9 January, 2017, in CCG, Gaming, Hearthstone and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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