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The card has better stats, better trading, and it also wins more tempo when played on turn 3. Also, I got a comment which made me notice that Grim Patron doesn't spawn another copy of itself when it attacks into Spider Tank.
I've worked hard on both the deck and post, and I personally promise to answer to every single comment! Marion has no way to counter your tempo, since Druids always lose to decks that simply are too fast.
Key in this game is to do your plays on curve and remove enemy minions ASAP. So you just have to worry about keeping his side of the board clear and spamming minions at the same time.
Face Hunter always concedes the game when you steal his Explosive Trap. As a Rogue, you have so many answers to Hunter's early game that he pretty much just can't take it.
However, you should be aware of Knife Juggler + Unleash the Hounds and play around traps, because you can afford to do it. Tempo Mage can be really tough since your minions in the early game don't have that much health and Platemaker combined with spells can be really devastating.
If you deal with his North shire Cleric and Injured Blade master during turns 1-4, you win the game. Priests can't handle such big tempo losses, which are easily caused by this deck, since you have so many ways to deal with every minion of his.
Even the AOE damage doesn't hurt you that much, since you can get back in to the game superfast. You shouldn't lose that much MANA by clearing his side of the board, since Sap is your most expensive removal.
Rest of the game, make sure that he doesn't get board control and just use the pace this deck has. Against Zoo, you have to make sure that you always have some minions ready to trade with his, while playing your removal spells at the same time.
Against Hand locks, the Important part is to play your two copies of Sap against the early game Mountain Giant s and Twilight Drake s! Granted, Counter Rogue does occasionally complicate matters with stealth and decoys, but his tricks are easily foiled.
Counter Rogue comes into battle with only a small retinue consisting of a Ghoul and a Chaos Archer, although he's rarely truly alone... Counter Rogue's yellow aura will drop after making a melee attack, but he's also vulnerable any time he's in stealth and not using his Regeneration ability.
These stealth clones can be dispelled in a single hit, but will also vanish if you attack Counter Rogue, who is susceptible to combos during this phase. In the latest dungeon stages, Counter Rogue may forgo his usual assault in favor of regenerating health (left).
Talent builds require patch version testing info! The key talents in this build are Improved Slice and Dice, Improved Backstab, Opportunity, Dual Wield, Relentless Strikes, and Dagger Specialization.
In PVP, it relied on big backstabs for burst damage, good combo point generation for st unlocks, and Cold Blood-Eviscerate to finish off the opponent. The combo point generation allows for 100% Slice and Dice coverage along with the occasional 5 pt eviscerate.
Cold Blood, Preparation and daggers make for a very nice PVP combination. This build focuses on burst damage with solid cooldown management.
Great all-around build that uses the new (2.0.1) mutilate talent to rival seal fate daggers. If you're in PVP, use crippling poison on main hand, so you can gouge, if you're soloing Eve use deadly poisons on both daggers and things usually die too fast for gouge.
Key talents are Cold Blood, Mutilate, Lethality, Opportunity, Remorseless, Vigor, Seal Fate, and Apply Poisons. It won't match Combat Daggers for sustained damage, but it's a bit more adaptable for various types of fights.
This build most excels at group PVP where it can use its combo points to hold targets in place while the high white damage beats them down. The white damage and poison talents also make it a half-decent build for raiding.
Key talents: Seal Fate, Dual Wield, Blade Flurry. Initiative and Dirty Deeds also contribute to the overall efficiency of the build, while Cold Blood and Imp Kidney Shot boost the somewhat limited burst damage.
Hemorrhage was not normalized in the 1.8 patch, thus some rogues claim Hero is a good raid build. Unfortunately it isn't, unless you happen to be swinging the very best weapons (Rank 14/AQR/AXX) and have exceptionally high AP.
Key talents: Cold Blood, Imp Gouge, Prep, Initiative, Dirty Deeds, Hero. As mentioned above, hemorrhage is the most CP efficient ability in the rogue arsenal.
The fast CP's make it possible to pop a 5-pt eviscerate before the initial CS wears off. Earlier this month, the Disney Investor Day had so many announcements that the Bleeding Cool writers were utterly overwhelmed.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins infamously had a falling out from Marvel when she was supposed to direct Thor: The Dark World. So when Kennedy announced that Jenkins was directing Rogue Squadron for Lucasfilm, people were pretty pumped.
At the time, Jenkins confirmed to IGN that Rogue Squadron would draw inspiration from the games and the books. “ we're doing something original with great influence from the games and the books,” Jenkins said.
According to Chris Pine, in an interview with Collider, he spoke to Jenkins about the movie, and she told him the story. Credit: Lucasfilm/DisneyWhile Wonder Woman 1984 is currently underperforming critically, there is still a good reason to be excited about Rogue Squadron, and that is Jenkins' love of fighter pilots.
That sort of passion is important when it comes to putting your own spin on established franchises, and while we won't know anything about this one for a long time, it's good that Jenkins has the best Chris in her corner cheering her on. Summary: Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman's next big-screen adventure finds her facing two all-new foes: Max Lord and The Cheetah.
Wonder Woman 1984, directed by Patty Jenkins, stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wing, Pedro Pascal, Connie Nielsen, and Gabriella Wilde.