- Pogo Rogue
My newest rendition of my "Giggling Death Bunnies" deck. I made the first one back in BD on Hearthpwn, and my "MK-2" is currently my highest rated deck of all time on Hearthpwn as well. I dropped the "Giggling" part though, as this was in reference to when the deck included giggling inventor and sonya shadowdancer. you were able to infinite with them against any deck that couldn't remove sonya. was incredibly annoying for aggro decks to play against. you had to get it up and running though, which didn't happen too often.
I have a real soft spot for the archetype as I am a fan of under dog decks. I understand now that Pogos have gotten quite a boost, and maybe not even in the under dog niche now.
Anyway, I will do a proper write up on this when I have the deck down properly. This is just my first iteration of the MK-3 and will change a lot. Pogos require a lot of tweaking depending on what your own meta looks like, so there is no one fool proof way to build the deck. because of this you are going to see many versions. The best way is to pick a deck and play it, and if you are being countered one way or another, then bolster the deck to help you out in that regard. It is a strange deck in this way as I normally would not advise people to start changing their decks like this, Pogo rogue is unique though as it's such a weird deck. You will see what I mean if you play it for long enough.
I hope you guys like my new version, and maybe you can learn something from it. Similarly I would like to learn from you, so please feel free to talk about it in the comments.
EDIT: my idea of using SN1P-SN4P was flawed as I was forgetting that bunnies are not magentic. therefore I don't know if this card really has a place here. The idea with SN1P-SN4P (for me at least) is to use it as a flashier Replicating Menace, it is best used where you can captitalize on the tokens it leaves behind best, this means that you either want to buff them and go face or magnetize onto them and go face.
A little bit about SN1P-SN4P as I really want to talk about this card.
IMO SN1P-SN4P works very well in some kind of hybrid shaman deck, where it has ways of creating huge buffs, but can also house a decent magnetic package. this can be bridged with stuff like amalgam into other strong synergies the class has like the early murloc generation package. All you need really is the lackie murloc and amalgam to make that work.
I've managed to make a decent murloc/mech and a overload/elemental/mech shaman that are both incredibly sticky because of the replicating mechs and then soul of the murloc as well. you add stuff like bloodlust and the storm bringer, then cards like electra and zentimo and you end up with a very strong deck.
If you want an example of the kind of thing I'm playing right now, here is one of my other decks.
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