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Did you know that the new Outcast cards for Demon Hunter are all great in a Final Showdown Quest deck? It's true because many Outcast cards provide draw. Furthermore, you can generate close to infinite Outcast cards for value using the combo of Wretched Exile and Line Hopper, and the quest discount only helps you have better miracle turns. This deck can have that kind of value turn and early giants of Irebound Brutes and Vengeful Wallopers. It also has fun snowballing with Redeemed Pariah. Finally, Prince Renathal helps you have more cards left in your deck after you complete the quest to get more discount value. If you want to try out a fun deck with lots of value and replayability, and like big miracle turns, give this one a try!
Now, let's get into a guide on playing the deck. It's going to go through major overarching strategies to keep in mind, how to mulligan, gameplay tips on key synergies, and card choices.
Against Aggro: Can be a tough matchup but you can win with your miracle giant turns.
Against Combo: Glide to delay their combo and win with your huge outcast boards.
Against Control: Glide to remove their board clears and then generate a lot of value to win.
- Final Showdown
- Just look for card draw, and when mulliganing keep in mind that your left slot is more important than your right due to outcast synergies. Keep that in mind when you mulligan away a card.
Below are gameplay tips regarding many of the synergies in this deck and how to use them effectively.
- You have a lot of card draw - you can complete the quest quickly. Sometimes you have to wait to play a card draw card to be able to complete the quest instead of playing it as often as you can.
- Always think about how to get your outcasts active during your turns.
- Lategame you can do huge Altruis the Outcast turns.
- Irebound Brutes and Vengeful Wallopers can both be duplicated with Felosophy.
- The main value combo is Wretched Exile and Line Hopper. You can also use Line Hopper for a big Redeemed Pariah turn.
- Abyssal Depths usually draws Crimson Sigil Runners, and if not those then Fierce Outsider which when played will make the Runner free. So either way, you're likely to get an extra card draw out of it for 1 mana.
- Use Wayward Sage discounts to help set up big draw turns.
Your main value combo which is best to use lategame vs control if needed, or early vs aggro if you are desperate for removal and heal.
Quest Outcast Demon Hunter is a fun deck if you like the quest or Outcast cards, and they work really well together. If you have a question or comment, or are wondering about a card substitution, post below.
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