Varul wrote:I've been playing today with a Kovok(H/P), Murkalot(-) and a Pygmy Direhorn(-) team.
I start with Kovok using Poison Fang to damage the front row pet and get him ready for a Puncture Wound combination.
Pheromones afterwards, switch to Murkalot. Murkalot casts Righteous Inspiration asap, which switches to either Kovok or Direhorn.
If Kovok, simply use Puncture Wound if it's the same front row pet. If the opponent switched out his pet, use a buffed Poison Fang and follow up with Puncture Wound.
If the Direhorn is switched, use Primal Cry to do more aoe damage and get the opponent pets ready for some Direhorn action.
Because I do not have the Stunted Direhorn yet, I'm really interested to see what this team could do with him in it.
I will probably find out soon though, since even with the Pygmy Direhorn I've been raking up wins like crazy.
Which breed is your kovok with the poison fang and puncture wounds combo
I woild like to take you on with my all time winniest team in 5.3
3wd wrote:if you want a sure win, use the bone dino, and cast a bone storm right after the inspiration and you will see your opponent's whole team collapse right before your eyes.
Slog wrote:3wd wrote:if you want a sure win, use the bone dino, and cast a bone storm right after the inspiration and you will see your opponent's whole team collapse right before your eyes.
Yes, it's ridiculous.
Itsmnevis wrote:Slog wrote:3wd wrote:if you want a sure win, use the bone dino, and cast a bone storm right after the inspiration and you will see your opponent's whole team collapse right before your eyes.
Yes, it's ridiculous.
RI+Bone Storm is heavy damage (~1350 for two turns, subtracting what you take yourself; it's high damage for sure) but it's not quite ridiculous (IMO). When combined with Pheremones it's really off the charts.
3wd wrote:I am kind of sad to see this.
Slog wrote:Yes, it's ridiculous. I was screwing around with this earlier and was happy to see one of my opponents save his blind for the turn my Fossilized Hatchling swapped in. It was a good play, and at least gives some hope for playing against this combo. Other teams simply vaporized.
Poofah wrote:This is not really to critique your play, just to point out that things really had to break well for your opponent for Blinding Poison to be an effective counter. Ie, so far, even the best suggested counters don't seem particularly effective.
Brisela wrote:Just defeated a murkalot team with a fossil and pandaran mech dragon as predicted
I was not that difficult so please dont nerf the pet as mess with the quality of the murkalot
I used the team that was 9/10 wins weekly and now a 10/10 wins with the buff in 5.4