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I just reached legendary for the first time and I am very excited. I wrote a meta-game analysis last season which said when I reached legendary I would post the full deck list. However before the changes to Nat Paige and Tinkmaster Spark the meta-game did not allow for me to become legendary.
So now that the nerfs have been made and the meta-game shifted, 120 games later, I reached legendary with an aggro rogue deck which is not a miracle deck.
My deck list(with explanations).
2 Backstab - Very good for starting combos and overall removal.
2 Deadly Poison - Great damage and removal, combos well with blade furry.
2 Sinister Strike - In the deck for 2 reasons...to start combos and to finish opponents.
2 Leper Gnome - Another solid one drop that will almost always do 2 damage minimum.
2 Southsea Deckhand - These guys are combo starters as well as good with Perdition's Blade.
1 Argent Squire - Mixed emotions about this guy, that is why there is only 1 in the deck.
2 Loot Hoarder - I took these guys out and went on a very large losing streak.
2 Defias Ringleader - These guys are probably the best card in the deck. Very nice on turn 1.
2 Knife Juggler - I have the worst luck with the juggler but he is still good enough to keep his spot.
2 Eviscerate - Great finisher or something to clean up a nasty taunter.
1 Bloodmage Thalanos - Nice to have but if i had to choose between him and Leeroy...Leeroy would always get the nod.
1 Blade Furry - Works well with Leeroy and deadly poison. Also gets a boost from Thalanos and Azure Drake.
2 SI:7 Agents - Can be cumbersome but when they work they are great.
2 Perdition's Blade - Solid Card that does at minimum 5 damage(assuming its not destroyed).
1 Leeroy Jenkins - A solid closer and ends some games on turn 6 when he combos with eviscerate.
2 Azure Drake - Good for drawing cards and doing extra damage with sinister/backstab/eviscerate/blade furry.
2 Argent Commanders - Solid finisher as well as crowd control.
How I play the deck:
In most matchups I try to control the board while doing damage with creatures. I use combos and my blades early on to create situations which I can deal great damage to the opponent. Then when turn 5-7 comes and my opponent puts down something big with taunt I will usually have them low enough that I can go over the top with sinister strike and/or eviscerate.
Because a lot of my games come down to 1 life I will almost always swing my blade at my opponents face rather than not use it. Every bit of life I can squeeze out of my opponent I do.
I am rarely ahead on cards in hand but because I am usually cleaning the board up I create dead cards in my opponents hand. Cards like Savage roar are worthless when you have no creatures to use them on.
Now for a little meta-game talk:
Right now the meta-game is very heavy with hunters/warlock(2 types..one with fatties..one with a lot of 1 drops)/Warrior/Druid.
My deck does very well against hunters and both types of warlock decks(the fatties warlock deck is tricky...for mulligan purposes you have to assuming your playing the weenie version)
My deck does not totally strike out against the warrior and druid decks but both are rough matchups which are under 50% win ratio.
Against hunters I don't really play around UTH most of the time. I can usually out race them and score a turn 7 or 8 kill(one turn before they finish me).
Against Warlock wennie since you mulligan always assuming your playing the wennie deck your combos really help to stabilize the game. I have good success because of cards like P. Blade and backstab as well as other cards that help me get ahead.
Against Warlock Fattie I don't play around hellfire(the card that deals 3 damage to everything). So if they get that out and wipe some creatures I could be in trouble but usually I deal so much damage in the early going I can reach and kill them with cards like sinister strike/Leeroy/Eviscerate/P. Blade/Etc.
Against Druid your best bet is they don't get a 4th turn swipe off on you. However I have been having a lot of success against the druid deck as of late because I think they think I'm playing miracle and mulligan the swipes away.
Against Warrior(control) your first priority is to get rid of that nuisance of a card armorsmith. Then you have to hope they don't draw too many shield blocks and the card that deals one damage to everything because to put the damage on a warrior control deck you have to overextend a little bit. At the end of the day if you have a solid start and keep his creatures eliminated you can kill him before his legendaries come in to kill you.
My deck is not perfect but right now I'm legendary 208 and I have never gotten a deck to rank 1 before. It takes a lot of games. A lot of patience. And a lot of skill.
Hope you guys enjoyed the stuff I had to share with you.