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Updated on: 01/01/2021

S-Tier

 

A very fun and also rewarding deck due to its high skill cap. The easiest way to describe TF Go Hard is as a slow burn deck since most of its damage comes from Doombeast Zap Sprayfin and Pack Your Bags slowly chipping away at the opponent’s health. The primary goal of this deck is to draw a ton of cards and play Pack Your Bags relatively early. However depending on match up you often win through outvalueing your opponent or leveling up Twisted Fate.

 

As a general rule, when trying to end the game, you want to develop units on your attacking turn and then play Pack Your Bags so your opponent only gets 1 action to make blockers. Salvage and Stalking Shadows give you a lot of potential to level up TF on burst speed while Tortured Prodigy gives you the mana to keep on drawing cards.

 

Mulligan for Twisted Fate, Go Hard, Jagged Butcher, Hired Gun and Dreadway Deckhand in most match ups. Vile Feast is also a great card to keep if you’re facing an aggro or unit heavy midrange deck. TF Go Hard preys on classic midrange and/or aggro decks such as Discard Aggro, Scouts and Ashe Sejuani. It also has a lot of even match ups currently but has a very hard time versus Fearsome Aggro, Feel The Rush and Anivia Rekindler.

 

Vile Feast can be cut for Vengeance/Ruination if you’re facing more huge units than small ones.

(honestly think I should just cut vile for 2x veng but haven’t tested it yet)

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A-Tier

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