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    Human hero with depth?

    Hey all, I'm hoping I can get a few opinions on this. I'm looking for a Human hero with depth. I already have a decent card pool for Humans so that's what I'm going with for now. I want a hero that requires more thought to play then just a mostly auto-pilot type, and that you can do a lot of tinkering with. The type of hero you can play for a long time and still find new things you can do with it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

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    Rogues and Priest.

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    Probably Zhanna and Jericho. Priests have the most powerful and diverse array of tools in the game. Priests (Aside from Threbin) cannot goas aggressive as other heroes can, most of the time, so you need to allocate your damage wisely.

    I would say Victor as well.

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    Thanks for the suggestions guys, I've been studying up on this a bit and so far I'm leaning towards Zhanna but want to hear want the community thinks before I make my final decision I hadn't really looked much at Victor, I'm not all that well-versed on the SF cards. From what I'd read he has a bit too many bad match ups?
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    Victor is OP
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    Threbin. Every game plays differently, there is no singular strategy like Amber Rain.
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    ..i would agree with Priests, Zhanna especially though - the variety she offers is just astonishing, u can go Haste (aggro-ish), u can as well go Control, u can even go Resource denial (although not very competitive), the deck can have pretty much any size from 40->60 and still play consistently, u can pull of fancy tricks with Ghostmaker, or Holy Shield, tons of stuff u can do with er really ))
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    I don't think there are so called auto pilot decks.
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    Tala is fun. Definitely the hunters as a whole. Rogues are all the same really but fun to play. Priests allow plenty of build flexibility.
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    The depth is not only from the hero you choose but also from the deck you make

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