When Zoolock was at its peak power level, Zoolock and Rdu were synonymous with each other. Losing Power Overwhelming was a big hit to Zoolock’s ability to trade up with more expensive minions, but Prince Keleseth has brought a new strategy to the deck. By removing all other 2 cost minions in exchange for the late game power of Bonemare and Bloodreaver Gul’dan. The aim of the deck is to control the board by trading minions, while using the hero power to refill your hand.
Deck in Action, jump to 04:06:50 to see it!:
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Rdu faces off against Mitsuhide, and the game is close. Rdu prevails thanks to a late game Bloodreaver Gul’dan that seals the victory.
– If you don’t have Patches, the Pirate, remove the other pirates from the deck and add two copies of Fire Fly, Tar Creeper, and Vicious Fledgling.
– If you don’t have Cairne Bloodhoof, you can replace it with Spellbreaker.
– If you don’t have Bloodreaver Gul’dan, you can replace it with Spellbreaker or the second copy of Southsea Captain.