Slay Conscription Hlaalu (Ladder)

By: Kadja_
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Posted: 6 months ago
Updated: 5 months ago
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Hi! This is about the 4th revision of the Slay Conscription Hlaalu. So Brotherhood Sanctuary is a card that costs 1, and if it's used correctly can multiply its original value.

This deck has 10 slay effects including 3x Crusader's Assault, 3x Brotherhood Slayer, 1x
Astrid, and 3x Morag Tong Nightblade.

Additionally we have seven lethal creatures including Astrid, 3x Twin Lamps Consul, and 3x Fighters Guild Recruit. So cards like Monk Strike, Shadow Step, and Archer's Gambit can usually get maximum value.

Next we have 22 different actions to trigger with Morag Tong Nightblade including 3x Shadow Shift, 3x Archer's Gambit, 3x Rapid Shot, 3x Tullius' Conscription, 1x Journey to Sovngarde, 3x Monk Strike, 3x Raiding Party, and 3x Crusader's Assault.

Next we have 3x Haunted Manor, 3x Dres Spy, 3x Nord Firebrands, and 3x Goblin Skulk. These allow for Manor activation triggers, filtering, and early combat.

Next we also have 3x Quicksilver Crossbow. These work with both the slay and the lethal, allowing for the maximum number of slay or lethal in a game.

Finally we have 3x Fighter Guild Steward for additional slay triggers, or breakthrough combos with Crusader's Assault.

So the deck has a lot of flexibility in that it can sometimes go full aggro, because of the curve and Haunted Manors, and other times it can filter/combo to Tullius' Conscription to close games. Other conscription decks have stronger Tullius' Conscription turns either drawing a bunch and shackling/defending (Telvanni) or making a large board and healing for a lot (Redoran). But this deck has a much stronger early game in my opinion, allowing for controlling the board, and just uses conscription to close games.

Averaging above a 75% win rate at high legend. Early August 2017 Meta.

Late August Meta was much tougher, falling to about a 60% win rate.

Edit: Praetorian Commander is definitely a good fit here. It's tough to resolve, but if it does it can win by itself. The steps to win are contest field lane, try to resolve a Praetorian Commander or combo off before turn 11. Use lethal and drain to stabilize until its a good turn to cast conscription. Conscription needs to either exchange board states, end the game, or be enough to dodge Icestorm.

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Silvestro 6 months ago

very nice deck, on that moment i have 2:0 vs Telvanni and Sorc, i'll be still testing it.
I made little changes:
-3 Dres Spy +3 Morag Tong Aspirant
-3 Fighters Guild Steward +1 Ungolim +2 Hlaalu Sharpshooter

I think a lot about remove Berserker, becouse that deck have amazing card draw even without him, and add something, maybe Dawnbreaker and 2 x Spinner.

Best regards
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Kadja_ 6 months ago
Yea, I think the conscription list with the most burst is probably best. Hlaalu conscription needs to chip away, and then close. I'm trying different builds, some more control, some less. I think the burst with stuff like Raiding Party is probably the best. It can be built many ways though, so it's a lot of fun :)
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