Mage Decks
Nov10

Mage Decks

Mech|Burn Deck Reliable mech deck that’s hard to stop. The Mechwarpers can help you get an early game advantage by allowing you to get a bunch of your low cost Mech minions out really quickly if you get a good draw. [ezcol_1half] x2 Clockwork Gnomes x2 Cogmaster x2 Frostbolt x2 Annoy-o-tron x2 Mad Scientist x2 Mechwarper x2 Snowchugger x2 Mirrior Entity x2 Spidertank [/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end] x2 Tinkertown Technician x2 Fireball x2 Goblin Blastmage x1 Mechanical Yeti x2 Piloted Shredder x1 Azure Drake x1 Flamestrike x1 Dr. Doom...

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Warlock Decks
Nov08

Warlock Decks

Zoo|Demon Hybrid Deck – Midrange Versatile midrange deck that has some good early game potential. It can come back from a massive board disadvantage pretty well with the right combos; I’ve had some luck Shadowflaming a Voidwalker, wiping the enemy’s minions and getting a Doomguard from the Voidwalker’s deathrattle ability. It can take down some pretty large enemies if you have a Power Overwhelming at your disposal as well. It can be beneficial to take some extra damage from your opponent and waiting until they have more minions out in play before you drop down your Shadowflame, but this deck is a little risky so you gotta make sure you have a plan to get back some life lost if you allow your life to drop down too low. Overall the deck has some really good synergy and it’s one of my favorites. But be warned, it doesn’t tend to preform very well late game, so you’ve got to be aggressive with it. [ezcol_1half] x2 Power Overwhelming x2 Abusive Sergeant x2 Zombie Chow x1 Darkbomb x1 Dire Wolf Alpha x2 Haunted Creeper x1 Ironbeak Owl x2 Mistress of Pain x2 Nerubian Egg x1 Big Game Hunter [/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end] x1 Earth Ring Farseer x1 Imp-losion x2 Shadowflame x1 Dark Iron Dwarf x2 Defender of Argus x2 Voidcaller x1 Antique Healbot x2 Doomguard x1 Floating Watcher x1 Sylvanas Windrunner...

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Priest Decks
Nov08

Priest Decks

Control Deck Powerful late game control deck with several powerful board wiping combos. [ezcol_1half] x2 Circle of Healing x2 Light of the Naaru x2 Power Word: Shield x2 Northshire Cleric x1 Recombobulator x2 Wild Pyromancer x1 Shadow Word: Death x2 Thoughtsteal x2 Dark Cultist [/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end] x2 Injured Blademaster x2 Auchenai Soulpriest x1 Holy Nova x2 Sludge Belcher x1 Holy Fire x2 Cabal Shadow Priest x1 Dr. Boom x1 Mind Control [/ezcol_1half_end]...

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Ace Attorney Series
Nov07

Ace Attorney Series

Ace Attorney Series for Nintendo DS By Michael “Beezledrop” Lester: The Ace Attorney series is for the Nintendo DS. It’s a point and click style series produced by Capcom. These games are fun, engaging and full of great story. The series mainly follows one protagonist by the name of Phoenix Wright. The first three games follow his journey solely. The two games after that star two other characters “Apollo Justice” and “Miles Edgeworth”. Though these two games star a different protagonist the game still anchors on Phoenix has a driving force behind the series. These games are very fun and thought provoking. If you’re a point and click adventure fan this game series is a must. Story: The story of the series is about an Attorney who solves murders while defending your Client from getting a guilty verdict in court. The first three games focus on a young attorney named Phoenix Wright. People like to refer to these three games as the “Phoenix Trilogy”. The next game takes on a new protagonist named “Apollo Justice” who is Phoenix’s apprentice seven years later after the first trilogy ends. The last game in the series takes a different approach and it focuses on “Miles Edgeworth” Who is a prosecutor instead of a defense attorney and focuses on a different style of game play. The story of each game focuses on each protagonist as they work their jobs as attorneys solving Murder cases. Their back stories and personal relationships are fleshed out throughout the series. The story for each murder is very well written. It’s is extremely engaging game that draws you in, and it keeps you in suspense until the very end. The Writing is humorous, riveting and full of unpredictable plot twists that makes this game a pleasure to play. The story and characters are a big reason this game has developed a cult following in the gaming community. Game Play: The game play in this series is mostly point and click based. There are two different types of game play in each game of the series (Miles Edgeworth’s game strays a little from the formula but I’ll talk about that later). The first type of game play is the Investigation. In the Investigation portion of the game play you are searching for clues, and getting information from witnesses and law enforcement involved in the crime to build a case for your client. You move from place to place picking up clues and getting information to solve the case. It’s a standard point and click type scenario for this part in the game. You have a cursor which you can...

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