Beatdown Decks in Detail – Being Aggro

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  1. October 29, 2018

    […] Hound is a big body for sure. This makes him a good option to look at, when building Dominate Aggro decks. While players struggle for board control in the early game, Death Hound can certainly trade […]

  2. December 18, 2018

    […] lane to attack, also provides support for your own deck, if your game plan follows a domination-beat down strategy. Here, you are consistently playing bigger threats than your opponent to gain […]

  3. April 2, 2019

    […] Sacrament, Thievery or the Last Gasp ability of House Kinsman to arrive at an explosive brew of a Hit Hard Beatdown […]

  4. April 28, 2019

    […] It aims to use creatures to fight for the board or to go face, alternatively. The mechanic supports beat down strategies within aggressive or mid-range decks. While the veteran effect is designed for the Ebonheart Pact […]

  5. May 1, 2019

    […] Crusader is an Aggro beatdown deck that can open the game with tokens and puts continuous pressure on your opponent through big […]

  6. June 26, 2019

    […] from Magic: The Gathering, tesl.blog recently looked at the different types of Beatdown Aggro deck (Being Aggro – Beatdown Decks in Detail). The Elder Scrolls Legends currently has no Tier 1-/ Tier 2-level Hit Hard beatdown aggro deck as […]

  7. August 21, 2019

    […] third option is aggro sorcerer, which has been a top tier aggro deck for a long time. Your beatdown strategy in aggro sorcerer is usually based around powerful threats like Barrow Stalker, Dragontail Savior, […]

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