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An Eastern swordsmith with impeccable skill, Muramasa chad a fierce passion for swords but not to see them used. Every weapon he creates is imbued with a unique curse to deter their use. Having bound the soul of an ancient Demon to his forge Muramasa has lived for longer than he should having mastered a way to siphon its power.
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Murasamsa brings down his spectral hammer inflicting ‘Cursed Weapon’ for (5/10/10) seconds according to chain length.
Passive – Soul Armour If an ally would suffer a critical hit Muramasa takes it instead, applying his Critical Resistance to the attack.
‘Cursed Weapon’ raises Critical Damage by 80% but lowers their Attack Power by 30%.
SBW ( 4* Demon Hammer– 5* Cursed Hammer – 6* Sealed Pandemonium)
(Passive Added) Muramasa gains Critical Resistance equal to the Critical Chance of the ally with the highest Critical Chance.
(Passive Enhanced) ‘Cursed Weapon’ raises Critical Damage by 50% and lowers Attack Power by 50%. Additionally whenever they would attack they lose 10 SP and 10% of their Current HP.
(Passive Added) After ‘Cursed Weapon’ has caused enemy characters to lose a total of 100 SP Muramasa activates ‘Unsealed Pandemonium’. Unsealed Pandemonium - All Allies Critical Damage is raised by 50% and accuracy by 100% for 10 seconds. (10 second cooldown)
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The "Vania's Greatest Hits" Comprehensive Deck Guide
A couple days ago my video showcasing this deck was met with an overwhelming amount of positive feedback that I didn't really expect. First off, thanks a lot for that, I really appreciate it. I figured I'd create a proper guide on how to play the deck since a lot of people seemed interested in giving it a try. This isn't a tier 1 deck. This isn't the best deck on the ladder. However, this is a deck with a reliable positive win rate that is fun to play and feels really rewarding to win with. Fair warning, this is going to be a pretty long and extensive post because I like this deck a lot.
If you didn't see the original post but managed to find your way here, here is a link to the video it is referencing. (I swear I'm not trying to push my content on you I just figured it would make sense for the video to be here)
The whole idea of this deck is to take advantage of self-damage to get full value out of strong vengeance cards like Airjammer and Dark General, as well as Succubus and Erinyes. It has a great draw engine so you can almost always have optimal plays into the mid-late game. There's also a ton of waifus which is a strong selling point. I was slowly tweaking this deck pretty much since the launch of totg, so it is pretty much tailored to the current meta. As we all know, that is primarily aggro shadow and control/ramp dragon right now. One of the things I think is so fun about the deck is you have a vastly different playstyle against aggro and control and use your cards in different ways against either one. Against aggro it's like a pseudo-control deck that tries to deny the opponent board, while against control you try to pretend you're an aggro deck and rush them down before they get to their win condition. First, I'll go over the logic behind each card in the deck, and then I'll cover how you play in each type of matchup.
Card OverviewBlood Wolf - Obvious staple in any aggressive deck. Serves as a turn 2 play, a great Airjammer pull, self-damage, pseudo-removal, and lethal in some scenarios. Spiderweb Imp - Great addition from totg. Defensive 2drop, great Airjammer pull, self-damage, cheap ward. The 3/6 evolve stats are really good, too. Razory Claw - Another common staple. Bad turn 2 play, but still a turn 2 play. Removal, face damage, self-damage. Hungering Horde - Amazing tech against shadow. Pretty good against sword and forest. Pretty average removal in most other scenarios. Mask of the Black Death - One of my favorite new cards. Incredibly useful to keep yourself alive and stay in vengeance. Never keep it in your opening hand, though. Grimnir, War Cyclone - Good in virtually every deck. Super versatile. Probably Overpowered. Great turn 3 play, even greater turn 10 play. If you play the game you don't need an explanation on him. Succubus - Good stat line for a 2/3. If the 2 damage effect procs even once she's already a good value. Dire Bond - Really good card draw on turn 3 and a potential vengeance activator on later turns if you're hovering around 16. Also amazing to combo with a mask with 1-2 charges left. Dark General - Without vengeance it's a below average card, but still good enough to play on turn 4. Turn 4 + evolve kills Rahab and leaves you with a 6/1 that has to be removed or you pretty much win. With vengeance it wins a ton of games. Really strong finisher. Moriana the Bejeweled - 1of tech. Great for catching people off-guard. Lategame can function as a 4mana 5/5 with rush. Can also give you surprise lethals when you have no evolve points left and your opponent isn't accounting for the two extra damage. Not always useful, but pays off big when she works. Belphegor - All around amazing card. Draw 2 is great. Great stats on turn 4. Activating vengeance is almost always good for you. Sometimes gives aggro a free win. Need to know when to play on 4 and when to hold. Just comes from experience. Erinyes - Extremely underrated card that has quickly become one of my favorite cards due to how often she swings the game. The tempo you get from evolving her on turn 5 is insane. Sometimes stronger than Airjammer. A 5/7 can kill almost anything and live on turn 5. Kills evolved Sibyl assuming they evolved and traded it into something. Nothing in aggro has over 5 hp except eachtar. Dark Airjammer - The other big turn 5 play. Without blood moons in the deck, you rarely get the vengeance effect on turn 5 unless you played belph on 4. Erinyes is usually stronger on 5 because of this, but Airjammer is good for rebuilding a board after you get wiped. The deck only runs Blood Wolf and Spiderweb Imp at the 1-2 slot specifically to make Airjammer as strong as possible. Mastema - The other 5 drop. Very good pro-active play. Almost always terrible against aggro. Almost always great against control. Forces removal on turn 5. Ramp dragon players are often greedy and play Draconic Fervor anyway. Playing it on an already established board applies an insane amount of pressure. The deck would have 2 if aggro shadow wasn't so common. Diabolic Drain - Good removal. Reduced vengeance cost lets you fit it into a lot of turns. Healing is usually nice too. Always play last if at 9-10 life so you don't lose vengeance effects on other cards. Stolen Life - Really weird card. Either sits in your hand all game doing nothing or wins you a game with surprise damage. Mastema into Stolen Life is nuts. If you don't like it, cut it. The deck has enough draw that I don't mind having it. Soul Dominator - Another potential finisher. Decent board presence. I've never had one get big, but it draws your opponent's attention. Nice for clearing grimnirs after they wiped your board on 10. Revelation - Control blood's bread and butter. The only reason you win some aggro matchups. Really strong board wipe. Not much else to say.
I'm also going to cover why some other good blood cards didn't make the cut. Skip this if you don't care. I figure some people may ask about them though.
Baphomet was one I wanted to use when I had more mastemas, sneks, and temptress vampries. However, playing him turn 2 is pretty weak and when all my strong plays are turn 5 I don't want him there either. Plus he makes Airjammer weaker. He's a good card for control and combo. Not this deck. Maelstrom Serpent is a card I really wanted to work, but the two best control decks right now (primarily dragon with a helping of haven aegis) have access to lightning blast and themsis respectively. And Bahamut exists. It's a cool card that I think can see play in another meta. It won a lot of games against sword, rune, and forest when I had it. Blood Moon is a card that I found to be too slow and taking up a spot on the board can be problematic, especially if you want to play mask, too. Running two amulets that cost 3 is tough, and Dire Bond helps this deck significantly. Card draw is really important to me, and activating Erinyes can win the game on turn 5. Veight is another good card, but Grimnir is just better. If/when Grimnir gets nerfed, Veight probably replaces him. Ambling Wraith because it's not aggro and it makes Airjammer weaker. Cursebrand Vampire was in the deck for a while, but also cut for Airjammer and just because there's too many other cards I would rather have. 1drops are nice for early board, but pretty low-impact most of the time. Blood Pact is usually worse than Dire Bond in my opinion. If you like it, you can probably replace dire bond with it. I think Dire Bond is a lot more versatile. Devil of Vengeance was never in the deck, but I have considered him often. It really comes down to me not wanting to cut anything to add him. I value Grimnir's ward and Succubus more than him. Opponents play around vengeance more with him on the board, and I'd rather not discourage them from putting me to 10 any more than they already are. Imp Lancer is just worse than soul dominator imo. I rarely want to devote my turn 6 to only playing one minion. It is often Dark General + a 2 mana play or Succubus and a 2 mana play or something like that. Temptress Vampire is a nice finisher, but too slow without Baphomets to work in this deck. Yurius doesn't get in because I think Spiderweb Imp is just better in anything but pure aggro blood. Vania gets an honorable mention as best girl (Erinyes competing for that tho). Another card that only works in pure aggro, but she's cute!
Deck OverviewSo as I kind of touched on earlier, the whole idea of the deck is to always be lower hp than your opponent. Unless their hp is like 2. You don't want to be lower then. This deck is aggressive, but it isn't aggro. If you just try to hit face every turn you're going to lose most of the time. There are times when it's right, but there are more times when it's not. Your goal is to control the board until you can finish with a lot of burst that your opponents won't expect or play around. The early game is actually pretty weak because it is optimized for Airjammer. Blood wolf isn't much of a body and usually only deals 2-4 damage. Very often he's a Unica killer. The deck really picks up and catches people off guard in the mid-game. You can get insane curves sometimes. Spiderweb Imp into Succubus into Belphegor into AirjammeErinyes/Mastema into Dark General (or even Stolen Life) can just outright win games. When that doesn't happen, though, you just try to control the board as much as possible until you can push an advantage and win. Every card in the 5 mana slot creates big tempo swings. Even Mastema can by forcing your opponent to devote a turn to removing her. Another thing I mentioned before is how the deck plays very differently against control and aggro. So here's that.
Playing vs Aggro This deck performs surprisingly well against aggro shadow. You leave yourself vulnerable early so if they get a perfect curve and you don't get revelation usually lose, but I think every deck can lose to aggro shadow so that's fine. Mulligan for spiderweb imp, hungering horde, and grimnir. Keep revelation in your opening hand because you will almost always get to play it on turn 4 or close. Get rid of Belph unless you have a 2/3/4 curve. Keep Erinyes if you have a spiderweb imp. It probably seems bad, but playing her on 5 is very strong against shadow. You need a spiderweb imp to keep you from dropping too low, though. spiderweb is stronger than blood wolf, but blood wolf is still fine to keep. He clears 2/2s like Lyrial, Spartoi, and that 1drop skeleton that gets +1/+1 with necromancy.
Once you've conquered the mulligan phase, you just try to survive and kill their minions. It's almost never right to go face. Trading blood wolf into a 1/1 feels bad but if they drop prince catacomb next turn you made the right play. Razory Claw is only removal in this matchup. Save hungering horde for clearing death's breath/zombie party or nuking skeletons unless you need to get rid of a high attack threat. A lot of early game trades aren't optimal but your only goal is to keep their board as clear as possible so you can make it to your mid-game. You have way more draw than them. Almost every match I win against aggro shadow is me stabilizing at like 5hp when they run out of cards. Then you just pray to your favorite deity that they don't topdeck I'm coming I'm coming I'm coming I'm coming or Eachtar. The biggest challenge in this matchup is knowing when it's right to play Belphegor. There are times when it's better to pass turn 4 and eat 6 damage than to play belphegor, go down to 10, and then eat 6 damage. Aggro shadow players are notoriously low-IQ and don't play around anything, so a lot of the time they'll just activate vengeance for you. Or they put on their thinking cap and leave you at 11 and then you just play one of your many self damage cards and drop a big airjammer.
Final thought, play around soulsquasher. If you don't need to evolve Erinyes, don't. If their board is like 3 1/1 skeletons don't evolve. Obviously you can't be too conservative about it or you just die, but evolving to take 1 damage off board isn't worth letting him kill a minion for nothing. This is another thing that just takes practice, but maintaining your board against shadow is extremely important unless you're sitting on a revelation. Use your best judgement.
As frustrating as aggro shadow is, it's actually a fun matchup because of all the consideration into which trades are correct, whether you should play belph, and whether or not you want to uninstall Shadowverse.
Playing vs Control Even though aggro shadow has a higher win rate, I think ramp dragon is way more annoying and frustrating to play against. Something like fighting a Bahamut on turn 5 doesn't seem very interactive, but maybe that's just me. In case the ten other threads a day saying this didn't get the point across I thought I'd throw it out there. This is the matchup where you kind of role-play as aggro. Never keep hungering horde for obvious reasons. Any minions on turn 2-3 are good. Succubus rarely gets value but it's still a body. Turn 4 Belphegor is pretty important for winning this matchup. Turn 4 Dark General is fine because it applies pressure even without vengeance. Like I state in Dark General's overview, evolving her into Rahab is a pretty good play on 4. Mastema shines in this matchup. Dragon has no good way to deal with her. She eats a lot of evolved Sibyls for me. Stolen life is strong if they have any minions on the board on turn 6. Revelation doesn't do much for you unfortunately. Moriana enables some unexpected lethals with the extra evolve. Don't kill Aiela unless she's threatening a value trade (like your belph is at 4/1 or 4/2). You never want to let them ramp during your turn because the less mana they have to work with the better. Sometimes it's even correct to ignore Sibyl if you have something like stolen life or dark general or moriana in hand that could potentially push lethal next turn. This is a matchup that you're less likely to win every turn, so face is the place. Always use an evolve before they hit 6 mana to get as many minions to 3+ hp. Minimize the value they get out of salamander.
Overall, this matchup is really draw dependent. All of them are, but this one especially. If the dragon player draws too much healing you usually lose. If you don't have a play on every turn you usually lose. It's not a good matchup for this deck, but it isn't bad either. There are curves that just win you the game, like Succubus into Belph into Erin often puts them in range of a soul dominator or dark general kill before they get a chance to kill you.
Playing vs everything except the two busted meta decks The deck actually has a good amount of trouble against roach forest and control sword. Neither are super common right now, but just know you don't have a good chance at beating them. Aggro sword isn't too bad most of the time. Albert can cheese you but that's nothing new. Pepecraft is tough if you don't draw revelation. Sometimes you can win the face race. If he ever lets Pepe drop to 2 hp Erinyes gains Fanfare: Erika concedes. Wolfbolt forest depends heavily on both of your draws, it's about 50/50. You almost always beats aggro blood because you run more waifus. OTK blood usually wins because they have a lot of removal. Vengeance blood is 50/50, depends who suicides quicker. Aegis haven can suck my dick. Every other haven literally does suck my dick. Any form of spellboost rune loses unless they get a crazy hand and drop turn 4 Daria that's still pretty strong. Dirt rune loses unless they drop hulking giant because you have literally no way to deal with it. Good thing no one runs it since it sucks against decks that aren't this one. Control shadow is really tough because of lurching corpse and khawy and mordecai. "Lets do this right" means the game's over.
This is my first time trying to do this kind of thing. Sorry if it's too long or too incoherent. Sorry if I missed typos. My capitalization is super inconsistent too haha whoops. If you've got any questions about stuff I missed I'll happily answer them. This deck is my pride and joy.