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October 5, 2016

The New Standard: Karazhan Edition! (Midrange Dragon Paladin)


While next week I plan to look at a list I have been wanting to crack open for some time, this week we are going to finish up the “where did you go?” series by revisiting Dragon Paladin. Like Beast Druid and Discard Warlock (two other decks I covered over the past weeks) this was supposed to be a big player in the new meta that just didn’t quite pan out. I am not sure why that is, but I have a sneaking suspicion that it is a case of perception rather than reality. Though many people have tried to make Control Dragon Paladin work over the past month, I am much more interested in the potential of the list as a midrange deck. This is because it has more consistency that control, which matters in the curve-based meta. As a result, I would view this week’s deck as a follow up to the one I built back during Karazhan. Though there have been some significant changes, I still think there’s a strong Midrange Dragon list out there and I aim to find it.

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  1. vikonte says:

    Having a great time with this deck! Thanks!

  2. Gird says:

    Nice article but the deck is still not competitive in this meta with hardly anything. It does fairly well versus hunter but loses to druid, mid range shaman and warrior decks.

  3. kruul27 says:

    Great article! I’m going to give it a try and see how it plays. It looks like a pretty solid deck.