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Mulligan for Northshire Cleric and Cleric of Scales if you can get to a Draconic Studies or Twilight Drake early enough. Draw as much as possible with Power Word: Feast on an early Northshire Cleric, or save one to draw with Spirit Lash + Circle of Healing. Use Shadow Visions and Cleric of Scales to draw your combo pieces and try to guarantee your Raise Deads always give you a Cleric of Scales so you can draw them more quickly. Keep in mind that visions discovers a copy and the cleric actually draws the spell so shuffle between these three cards depending on whether you want to draw more quickly or discover multiple copies of a card (usually Divine Spirit). Even if your board is empty, you can still otk by playing Wave of Apathy -> Potion of Madness -> Divine Spirit(s) -> Inner Fire. Start with Mass Dispel to get rid of taunts and Radiant Elemental if needed.
I've added a few more minions to help you maintain some amount of board presence and flexibility. This also reduces your deck's spell pool, making your discovers more consistent. The changes are listed below.
-1 Power Word: Feast-2 Holy Smite+1 Firetree Witchdoctor - Discover a situational spell, also a decent Raise Dead target.+2 Duskbreaker - Another dragon to enable Cleric of Scales, great against aggro and enables you to recover from your slow turns.
I've kept the deck budget, but I'd also recommend swapping 1 Circle of Healing with High Priest Amet.
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Quote From Fyrfytr998Maybe I don't play it right, but I've never had any luck with Inner Fire OTK. And conversely I hardly ever lose to it either in Wild.
Maybe I don't play it right, but I've never had any luck with Inner Fire OTK. And conversely I hardly ever lose to it either in Wild.
It's not exactly the greatest strategy ever since you rely on one win condition and don't have many control tools, it's also very matchup and draw dependent. It's usually bad against aggressive decks, but it can deal with slower control decks. I've had the greatest success against Raza priest and Reno warlock. This version is teched more against aggro with Holy Smite, you have no way of dealing with early big targets with something like Shadow Word: Death. Your only stall is with Wave of Apathy, but make sure to use it sparingly.
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