Yep, I'm playing a nekker+arachas consume deck. Actually, your screenshot could be taken from our mutual game, I even remember we played before. The nekker output depends heavily on first round nekker warrior number. Which is random; this deck depends on mulliganing nekkers and crones, there are no room to mulligan enough warriors all the time. Which means 90% losing round in 3300s.TH3WITCH3R;n7890260 said:I think you are using same strategy
You really should keep counters for 3rd round, when you are dealing with this deck. The strategy is build upon building third round advantage with nekkers, Kayran and sometimes grave hag. It is proper to counter in last round; countering consume conveyor setup can prove to be difficult task considering there are no "key cards" for combo that can be easily killed early.TH3WITCH3R;n7890260 said:now please don't tell me to keep scorch & all other counters to counter nekkers only.