Thrall was intrigued and looked into this ancient one, this, old god. he was told many things about summoning this old god by othercreepyguys who were familiar with summoning this particular old god. and after a few turns of preparing, he was ready to begin the ritual
He had to use somemagicspells as well as some helpfulminions to survive early on, but later had enough power to use his big guns. yes, he was ready to summon the Old God, but just before the ritual started, he turned around and saw something he did not expect.
Thrall asked in pure confusion, "Who, the heck, are you?" the random Panda guy responded in a soft voice, "I am Cho, and I am here to help". thrall didn't get it, "how. . .?"
"well, I make your opponent feel uncomfortable, they will make worse plays, and if they try and cast a spell, you will get it too. I do work the opposite way, but there are only nine instances where I could inconvenience you. More often than not, it is you who benefit."
"Alright then, if you insist." Thrall continued to summon the Old God, and after that he battered his opponent with Shudderwock after Shudderwock until his opponent was dead.
Thank you for reading, this is my first attempt at a 'story guide' and I hope you guys liked it. Please try the deck out and send feedback.
If you own a Lorewalker Cho and you don't want to play him, I advise you first to at least try him out and see what you think. But if you don't own him or just really don't want to play him, you could substitute him for any decent early game play to help us get to out combo.