Here it is. Sorta budget, only have 4 Druid Rares.I HAVE NO LEGENDARIES
2x Power of the Wild
2x Acidic Ooze
2x Novice Engineer
2x Harvest Golem
2x Iron Fur Grizzly
1x Shattered Sun Cleric
2x Spell Breaker
2x Star Fall
2x Druid of the Claw
1x Ironbark Protector
Functions fairly well, but it could definitely be better. Any suggestions? I want to keep the midrange vibe going, and of course we all love flexibility. I currently have a 175 dust if that helps.
Edited by Phykos on 1/2/2014 3:11 PM PST
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In budget decks, I'd generally recommend not running with two innervates. Maybe 1 innervate and put a second ironbark protector in the deck for late-game? Same goes for Nourish - more than one in a budget deck without big hitting damage cards might be too much mana/card draw, at the expense of not having enough bit hitting finishers.
I'd recommend things like starfire instead that give both card draw and big damage output. However, if innervate and nourish feel important to your particular playstyle, you are welcome to ignore me.
However, if your deck is successful, then I'd recommend just replacing whatever cards are giving you the most personal problems and trying to compensate for whatever weaknesses you happen to find. :)
Edited by Lissanna on 1/2/2014 6:42 PM PST
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