You ideally want to play your Bright-Eyed Scout after you play Hemet, Jungle Hunter to high roll one of your bigger minions. If you have the necessary cards, do give the deck a shot as it has been a lot of fun for me on ladder and the deck works pretty consistently. With many cheap minions in the deck, it is very easy to find targets for your Scalebane to buff. A very dangerous minion to leave on the board as it adds a ton of attack on the board and needs to be dealt with immediately. It is a solid minion that clears out all of the cheap cards left in your deck to ensure you get to your lategame. It can help you get good trades versus aggressive decks quite easily.
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You definitely want to keep it in your hand against aggressive decks as it potentially allows you to clean up early game boards and take control of the board by playing your minions without investing any mana.
With many cheap minions in the deck, it is very easy to find targets for your Scalebane to buff. Southsea Deckhand is quite good in Rogue decks because you do not need to slot in standalone weapons in the deck to get its Charge effect 1902×1080 and you can simply use your hero power to get value out of the card.
It can help you get good trades versus aggressive decks quite easily. You have plenty of cheap minions to get value out of the card and it is one of the strongest Commons in the KFT set. It is a solid minion overall and you get decent value out of the card with plenty of 1 ctgun 0 cost cards in your deck. While it can backfire in games that are almost certain to go into fatigue, it works better in almost every other scenario and helps you close out the game and get to your strongest possible plays in the lategame.
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The difference between knowing when to go all in and push for a win and when to play xthun and hold onto some cards for powerful turns is essential. Cthuun ideally want to play your Bright-Eyed Scout after you play Hemet, Jungle Hunter to high roll one of your bigger minions. A very dangerous minion to leave on the board as it adds a ton of attack on the board and needs to be dealt with immediately.
With a decent amount of Pirates in the deck, Southsea Captain can allow you to buff up your board and make it more resilient to board clears and trades.
While the card choice does seem a bit sketchy, it has worked fine for the deck creator and has helped him reach Rank 4 from Rank 17 this season with a good win rate. It is a solid minion that clears out all of the cheap cards left in 120×1080 deck to ensure you get to your lategame.
You can also use Shadowstep to get even more value out of the card. Prince Keleseth is quite powerful in Rogue as you pretty much need to lose out on only Eviscerate among 2 mana cards with Sap not being popular in the meta game and Vilespine being the removal of choice.
Being able to play Prince Keleseth multiple times with Shadowstep and Shadowcaster, you can get insane value off of the card. Getting it off in your early turns with Prince Keleseth can be devastating while using it on Leeroy can allow you to get a ton of burst damage.
Rogue as a class is slightly tricky fthun pilot and it takes a bit of experience to get used to the nuances of most Rogue decks. We only have one in the deck as a third hard removal after two copies of Vilespine Slayer.
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Backstab is a cheap and efficient early game removal that works very well against aggressive decks. You can even play Shadowstep to get even more cthn out of the old god to close out the game or simply wipe out enemy minions. Swashburglar allows you to draw outside your deck and also has some Pirate synergy involved in the deck.
Edwin VanCleef has the potential to win games on his own in some matches if you manage to make a big Edwin very 19200×1080 in the game. We have plenty of high value Shadowstep targets and each of 11920×1080 targets serves a unique purpose. November 18, Patches draws itself out of the deck if you play any Pirate and pulling it out after buffing your deck with Prince Keleseth can be very powerful and allow you to make value trades.
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If you have the necessary cards, cthkn give the deck a shot as it has been a lot of fun for me on ladder and the deck works pretty consistently.