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November 9, 2016

Scalise’s Sessions: Episode 2, Secret Hunter


Now that our toes our wet, so to speak, we are moving on with the curriculum and entering Week 2 of Scalise’s Sessions. For this class we are going to break down one of the current pillars of the meta: Secret Hunter. Though it is not quite as straight forward as past iterations of Midrange Hunter, this deck is very much in the same vein. Your goal is to play to a strong curve and use overpowered minions to simply wear your opponent down turn after turn. No deck in the game (except maybe Shaman) has better minion quality than this list. Combine that with some very powerful burst, a strong hero power, and a ton of small interactions, and you have one of the most solid decks around. Now, lets learn how to play it.

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  1. mirrodin says:

    great video. informative and very helpful.

    What’s you take on Thij’s midrange secret hunter which he brought to blizzcon ( I’ve been playing with it and it got me to rank 9 but it seems i usually lose steam on the later parts of the game.

    • thetvsurgeon says:

      Thanks! Thijs’ deck is interesting, but it seems like its a little too teched out for ladder. The horsrider and wolf are both a little odd, and I’m not a fan of Houndmaster. Kill Command is fine, but I’m not a fan of it in secret. You aren’t an aggro deck. However, you could get away with running it with a lower, more aggressive curve.

  2. goldenboy says:

    There are many great written guides but your videos where you explain your thoughts and your decisions are just awesome and extremely helpful. Just to let you know :-)

    • thetvsurgeon says:

      Thank you so much! That’s what I try to do, just give the best information possible and always explain the plays (or possible plays) as best that I can.