After experimenting for several weeks, LiquidKitten reveals his current version of Big Abyssian, removing Darkfire Sacrifice and Nether Summoning in order to include more early-game interaction.
After explaining his tech choices and the deck's overall strategy, LiquidKitten jumps into the ladder and shows how to pilot his version of the deck against Aggro Vaath. Since Vaath wasted his Adamantine Claws and Elucidator on killing minions instead of attacking Cassyva, LiquidKitten could afford to protect his late-game minions from Egg Morph - by positioning Reaper of the Nine Moons and Vorpal Reaver behind his general, Vaath was forced to spend his removal poorly in order to answer them. After several turns of Vaath ineffectually beating his head against a wall, LiquidKitten simply ends the game with Obliterate.
Competitive Non-Meta Deck
LiquidKitten reviews the second game from his Best of 3 against the Songhai master himself, NoWayItsJ.
After discussing the differences between the Aggro Reva and Spellhai Reva decks, the pair of them going into a detailed analysis of their closest game. Along the way, LiquidKitten and NoWayItsJ both explains the reasoning behind their plays, along with loads of advice from NoWayItsJ how to pilot Reva decks.
Note that J's microphone is rather crackly due to connection issues, but it improves as the video continues.
Competitives Deck (Meta & Non-Meta)
LiquidKitten tests his skill against NoWayItsJ, a veteran player with numerous tournament victories to his name. In this best of 3, LiquidKitten pilots his Tempo Sabotage Zirix deck against NoWayItsJ's Fast Reva deck.
After being obliterated by Reva on Turn 4 in the first game, LiquidKitten claws his way back and wins the following two matches, summoning more Iron Dervishes than Reva could deal with and repeatedly answering Reva's minions using Lightbender and Blistering Skorn.
See their second video for a conversation between NoWayItsJ and LiquidKitten, reviewing the second game from Reva's point of view.
Competitive Decks (Meta & Non-Meta)
LiquidKitten provides an accompaniment to his Patch 1.74 Sabotage Vetruvian deck tech, showcasing a back-and-forth match against Battle Pet Starhorn in Diamond Division.
After trading Blistering Skorns to clear the board and surviving a premature Saberspine Tiger play, he grinds out the game and eventually locks down the match with post-nerf Inquisitor Kron value.
Recorded on Patch 1.74
ZAMO presents her third entry in a series of budget deck techs, showing other Silver Division players how to build and play using a new faction for less than 2000 Spirit (crafting material). This time, she presents a 1240 spirit Vanar deck with Faie Bloodwing, aiming to rush down the opponent’s general and bypass their defensive minions.
After she offers some pointers for the use of each card, LiquidKitten pilots the deck against a spell-based Reva deck in Diamond Division, explaining his moves and evaluating the value of each card in that particular matchup.
Recorded on Patch 1.74
On Turn 1 Mystic, we aim to teach new players how to climb to Gold Division as soon as possible, then from Gold Division to S-Rank as soon as you're interested and have time.