Sebastian Jimenez

Legends of Runeterra: Pokrovac & # 039; s Aggro Draven guide from the decklist – Open Beta – Legends of Runeterra (January 2020)

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Our guide from the Discard Aggro Draven deck list presents the best Draven deck for the Legends of Runeterra open beta season. Our deckbook Discard Draven contains Mulligan tips, card combos and strategy tips.

Draven is one of the most difficult champions to dominate in Legends of Runeterra. He has a strong presence in the early and middle game, with a very strong aggro presence, but works primarily by discarding cards in his hand. This makes it difficult to synergize with him, since you don't want to throw anything valuable.

We have based this deck on Pokrovac's (first player to reach the rank of Master), so it should give you the tools to play Draven effectively and ensure early victory. Below we have broken it down so you can have a better idea of ​​how to pilot this deck effectively. Watch for this page for more refinements or complete modifications as the goal unfolds!

Here is the Pokrovac deck of Discard Aggro Draven that is running, and find some useful strategy tips below.

Piltover and Zaun

2 x Legin rearguard 2 x Rummage
2 x Rummage 3 x jury rig
2 x Draven's greatest fantasy 2 x sump dredger
2 x blade edge 1 x Scrapdash Assembly
2 x Trifarian Glory Seeker 2 x mystic shot
2 x grenadier of the Legin 3 x flame chompers!
3 x Chump Whump 2 x Prodigy Academy
1 x Trifarian Reckless 3 x Get excited!
2 x Draven 3 x Jinx
1 x sacrifice stroke 2 x Chempunk Crusher
1 x Darius 2 x enhanced experimenter

To play this deck, log in to the Legends of Runeterra client, open your Collection and click on "Decks." Click on 'Import cover' and paste the cover import code below and then save it.


General strategy

As the name of this deck implies, you will have to get aggressive early and press so that they don't face you. This makes it a fairly risky deck to play, and you will find control clashes frustrating to play against them. However, if you play well, you will make your way through the defenses, establish great damage and destroy the enemy Nexus before they can increase.

Early game: At the beginning of the game, you want Dravens Biggest Fan to be on the board. This way, you will draw it early and you can apply pressure as soon as possible. Blades Edge and Culling Strike can be used to control the dashboard and configure some gateways for early damage.

If possible, you will also want to have your reckless Trifarian and Dredge Dredger on the board. They will be difficult to deal with from the beginning, and free man for later turns in which you may want to use your spells to clear the board or play larger units.

Remember that your Jinx and Draven have a fast attack, so your opponent's minions will receive damage first if they are blocking.

If your mulligan has not gone too well, a quick Rummage can also help you.

Half of the game: During the middle game, you want to take out your Jinx, and ideally, Darius too. Then it's about stepping on the aggression and playing your cards to empty your hand to level up Jinx, or traverse your deck with Rummage and Raised Experimenter for aggro options.

Make sure not to empty your hand recklessly, but focus on what cards play best. For example, Flame Chompers jump to the board when discarded, and it is often better to play units like Chempunk Shredder instead of discarding them.