There have been some crazy shifts in the tier list since the season of fortune began, with really out of the box decks like Anivia, and Poros creeping into tier 2. I would say at this point that we have effectively hit balance perfection in legends of runterra and you can officially play whatever you want.
Let's open it up to hear what you guys are playing right now.
I'm a big fan of treasure Nautilus it's gotten me good results against both control and aggro matchups
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Yeah im playing what i call BIG Pirates (Sej + GP) with The Tuskraider.
The deck work by nabing your opponent in the early game and finish em with double stats units. Love the theme!
Yep, that is arguable the better way to play the archetype now, less tempo focused with more of an endgame.
I played several games with Anivia and Swim's versions seems much better than others I'm seeing recently. It takes ages to reach 10 mana, though. I often miss some ramp. :)
Yep it's very strong I just dropped the spider boys I feel pretty good dealing with aggro most of the time anyway
This was a strange game. It didn't start well for me; he entered Deep on 6, Nautilus on 7, I barely managed to kill Maokai on turn 8 or 9, just before he leveled. I'm never or very rarely that good when playing Deep deck myself, even vs. control. :)
It was really strange there was no the 2nd Maokai for so many turns. Then he played Deadbloom Wanderer with 3 cards left. What shocked and surprised me: Toss effect didn't trigger. After initial confusion I realized his last 3 cards were champions!
Through all this time I drew only one Anivia which was killed by Devourer of the Depths. This card - obliterates (silence). Braum disappeared in the same way (recalled it later). My The Rekindler resurrected nothing. I'm not yet knowledgeable enough and some game mechanics, tricks and interactions still catch me by surprise.
Finally, I drew another Anivia, he played Maokai, but I was sure he would fatigue first and my strategy was just to block and buy time.
Plus, where the hell is his Atrocity? He tossed it? I was observant, but it's hard to remember 100%. He was playing around my The Ruination very well.
Ok, he was about to "draw fatigue" and I was celebrating, but... next turn he drew a card, the match is not over. What the hell? Another turn, he draws a card again. I was so confused. I'm running out of resurrect cards like The Rekindler and Chronicler of Ruin... then I realized he played that Nautilus spell - Nautilus's Riptide, not Riptide which I include in my deck! We could go infinite, or until max turns; realistically he would win. At the end I Vengeance my own Anivia for the win.
All this can look stupid, but it was funny for me. Realizing different interactions in this game is fun. I play the game much better than I know how it works. :)
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