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Posted August 7, 2014 by Tim Wells in Games
 
 

Decks to Beat the Naxxramas Heroic Military Quarter

I spent a couple of hours this morning, getting through the latest wing to open up in Hearthstone‘s Naxxramas expansion, the Military Quarter.

Here are the decks I used to beat the Military Quarter on Heroic mode.

Instructor Razuvious

I found this boss to be the most difficult of the three, by far. I was trying everything; mage, warrior, priest… nothing was even coming close to beating him. then I remembered this tweet from Twizz, host of one of my favorite podcasts/streams, the Hearthstone Power Hour:

I decided to give Twizz’s laddering deck a shot. After a few modifications, I ended up beating Razuvious with this version of the deck:
Decks to beat heroic Military Quarter
I found the Bloodsail Corsairs and Acidic Swamp Oozes especially useful in dealing with Instructor Razuvious’ massively overpowered weapon.

Gothik the Harvester

Compared to Instructor Razuvious, Gothik seemed like a reasonable challenge. After playing with a few card combinations, I beat him using the following priest deck:
Decks to beat heroic Military Quarter
I found using Gothik’s own minions against him, while keeping the board as clear as possible, was the key to defeating him.

The Four Horsemen

Sadly, the game will not allow you to use Doomsayer. But even without it, I found this match-up to be the easiest of the three. Here’s what I used:
Decks to beat heroic Military Quarter
As you can see, this deck is another priest deck, with some weapon destruction thrown in. Deathlord’s deathrattle is not a drawback here, because this boss starts with all three of his deck’s creatures already on the board.

If you’re finding yourself stuck on any of the heroic Military Quarter bosses, I recommend trying out these deck combinations. Don’t worry if you don’t have the legendary cards listed. The most important cards in each list are actually the more common ones.

Did you find any other cards useful in downing the heroic bosses? Let me know in the comments!




Tim Wells

 

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