Standard Legend Patron Warrior

Posted by Rondels 6 June 2016 in Hearthstone

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Standard Legend Patron Warrior

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row bg_color=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]The new patron warrior still has a high skill cap, but is very effective if played correctly. The ability to generate a large number of Grim Patron can provide you enough board to out tempo your opponent. Although 30+ damage combos in one turn are no longer available. Patron still has a fair amount of burst with Grommash Hellscream as a finisher or a Frothing Berserker left unchecked. Patron fairs very well against aggro while control decks are its toughest matchups.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row bg_color=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][ish_headline]



Class Specific Cards
  • 0Inner Rage2 
  • 1Blood To Ichor2 
  • 2Execute2 
  • 1Whirlwind2 
  • 3Fiery War Axe2 
  • 2Battle Rage2 
  • 2Slam2 
  • 2Armorsmith2 
  • 3Frothing Berserker2 
  • 3Ravaging Ghoul2 
  • 4Bloodhoof Brave2 
  • 4Kor'kron Elite1 
  • 8Grommash Hellscream1 
Neutral Cards
  • 1Sir Finley Mrrgglton1 
  • 2Wild Pyromancer1 
  • 3Acolyte of Pain2 
  • 5Grim Patron2 
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[/ish_headline][vc_column_text]Patron is a combo-tempo deck; if you lose the board, you probably lose the game. Weapons are very important as they allow you to keep up with your opponent’s board development.

In some matchups like Renolock or Priest, you need to try to bait out one AOE spell, and then refill the board with patrons. This isn’t always possible if you are drawing dead, you need to risk it for the biscuit and hope they don’t have the AoE spell in their hands.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row bg_color=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][ish_headline]


[/ish_headline][vc_column_text]Mulligan for Fiery War Axe, weapons are crucial and have synergy with most of your cards. If you have a weapon in hand consider keeping early game minions ArmorsmithAcolyte of Pain, Sir Finley Mrrgglton. Your Mulligan should look somewhat like this:

When facing Aggro:
Fiery War Axe, Blood To Ichor, Armorsmith, Slam, Sir Finley Mrrgglton Wild Pyromancer + The Coin

When facing Midrange:
Fiery War Axe, Frothing Berserker, Ravaging Ghoul, Armorsmith, Slam

When facing Control:
Fiery War Axe , Acolyte of Pain, Battle Rage, Execute only keep a 4-drop / Grim Patron if you have a decent curve.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row bg_color=””][vc_column width=”1/1″][ish_headline]

Combos & Tips


  • [Sir Finley Mrrgglton] hero power ranking: 1. Mage, 2. Priest >> 3. Warlock / Shaman 4. Hunter 5. Druid / Paladin 6. Rogue
    Warlock hero power is not as good, because you may lose tempo by drawing a card.  Priest hero power is pretty good especially when you heal up your Frothing Berserker or Grim Patron and make your opponent unable to deal with it next turn. Mage hero power is the best because you can – “Kounet” Expert Patron player
  • Having your health below 30 will allow you to draw one more card from Battle Rage even if you have 30 armor at 29 Health

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Legend Standard Patron Warrior