Deck Guide: Mech Paladin – Voyage to the Sunken City
One of the decks that surprised the Hearthstone community was the Mech Paladin. Learn how to play with this deck to do well in the new expansion!Edit Article
Voyage to the Sunken Citycards, after some notes and testing I noticed how strong the
Mech Paladindeck was. Check out this guide to surprise everyone with this deck that has become a great promise of the update.
Mech Paladin Overview
Mech Paladinis a
midrangedeck where you want to drop a few minions following the mana curve, and win with a board full of mechs with
buffthe minions in your hand, use various resources for this, such as the Prismatic Jewel Kit weapon.
Divine Shield, interacting very well with the deck, as well as strengthening an ally in your hand. Another good minion for the starting turn is Righteous Protector, another minion with
mechsfor the second turn, such as Annoy-o-tron, Seafloor Savior, Amalgam of the Deep and Security Automaton. All of these have a entirely different effect, so think carefully about when is the right time to play each of these minions, to generate as much value as possible.
Divine Shield, contains a great Attack power for an offensive, remembering that it can be strengthened by the other
Divine Shieldsto all mechs, use Bubblebot. It has a great body and still contains a great effect.
Rush. In addition, it contains
Dredgeto place a card on top of your deck, and summons another minion with
Rushthat draws a card when it attacks. Attack first with The Leviathan to activate
Dredge, then with the other minion to draw the card you dredged.
Rush, for that count on the
buffsof the deck.
Divine Shieldserves to gain an advantage on the board, in addition to interacting with the weapon Prismatic Jewel Kit and strengthening your hand. Mechs are present because they contain many
Divine Shieldsand because they interact a lot with Bubblebot, Click-Clocker and Security Automaton.
Mulligan and Game Posture
Divine Shieldsto activate the weapon's effect, such as Annoy-o-tron and Azsharan Mooncatcher.
Voyage to the Sunken City, some factors indicate that the new expansion will highlight board competition and minions, leaving spells a little to the side. And when it comes to board competition, this deck is perfect — you can easily eliminate enemy minions without even losing your own.