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    Gravebone Control

    Hi, ive been playing SE for two weeks now, started off with Nishaven but then i saw Gravebone and imediately wanted to try him out.
    Being a control player i tried this deck: http://www.shadowera.com/showthread....nster-Control) and built upon it.

    Here's what i came up with:

    Hero: Gravebone

    Allies:

    4 Infernal Gargoyle
    3 Death-Mage Thaddeus
    3 Plasma Behemoth
    3 Wulven Tracker

    Abilities

    4 Lightning Strike
    4 Fireball
    4 Supernova
    3 Clinging Webs
    2 Sacrificial Lamb
    1 Poison Gas
    2 Engulfing Flames

    Items

    3 Tome of Knowledge
    3 Snow Sapphire
    2 Dagger of Unmaking

    Im currently at 215 rating and looking to improve it somehow. Really appriciate any feedback.

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    215 with Gravebone is good, gratz, i don't think your deck need change, and if it does, then you would be the best to know what... What are your bad matchup?
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    It is? Oh well, i thought that im not doing too well...

    Actually deck's main problem is its consistancy, i sometimes lose because i drew the wrong part of the deck and have no idea how to improve on it. And i didn't play enough heroes to say which one is a bad match up(haven't played Serena even once for example).

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    You will be fine without the dots imo. With 4 Supernovas consider adding 2 Oggloth and 1-2 Sever Ties for more fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Gnome View Post
    You will be fine without the dots imo. With 4 Supernovas consider adding 2 Oggloth and 1-2 Sever Ties for more fun
    What's dots?

    Oggloth was included in the very first version of the deck but i always prefered to cast sth else and he was just a win-more. I'll try Sever Ties though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zuntir View Post
    What's dots?

    Oggloth was included in the very first version of the deck but i always prefered to cast sth else and he was just a win-more. I'll try Sever Ties though.
    DOTs. = Damage over time (abilities) = Poison and engulfing flames.

    With Gnome is suggesting is that it's far better to have something that can control the board, i.e. more allies, rather than something that is 'passive'

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    Thank you for explanation

    As i said, i appriciate Oggy suggestion but i tried it and it never really did anything for me, i've always wanted to drop another plasma behemoth rather than Oggloth or i just sacd him cause the game was already won.

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