My new rule is to always share my builds when they hit 1700. If a build can hit 1700, for me, it indicates that its a well made build with good card/item/teammate synergy. And those are the kinds of builds that we can all learn from. So hopefully veteran and new player alike can glean some information from the following! I've made it to the 1700s once before, with another 2 Warrior 1 Priest build, which you can find here. As always, its important to note during which rotation a build finds success, as builds are very map dependent. I used this build during Morvin's PvP Map Set rotation. The Decklists: Compromised Autonomy Level 21 Human Warrior Howling Pain Bejeweled Shortsword Double-edged Sword Snarlcub Hide Black Cat Buckler Galvanized Zombie Helm Hawkwind's Moccasins Focused Positioning Novice Impaling 2 x Dancing Cut 3 x Parry 2 x Dangerous Maneuver 1 x Toughened Hide Strips 1 x Backbiting Strike 1 x Spiked Mail 2 x Impaling Stab 1 x Officer's Harness 2 x Vicious Thrust 3 x Powerful Hack 3 x Howl 1 x Potent Stab 3 x Nimble Strike 1 x Creature Of The Night 1 x Lunging Bash 3 x Vanguard 1 x Monstrous Hide 1 x Penetrating Cut 1 x Powerful Bludgeon 1 x Escaping Run 2 x Impaler Dopamine Driven Level 18 Elf Warrior The Lunginator Snitrick's Last Stand Stolen Torch Snarlcub Hide Yvette's Buckler Galvanized Zombie Helm Reynoldo's Boots Drow Rapidity Reckless Lycanthropy 1 x Fleet 1 x Defender's Block 2 x Escaping Run 1 x Parry 2 x Unnerving Strike 1 x Subtle Parry 1 x Toughened Hide Strips 1 x Monstrous Hide 1 x Spiked Mail 1 x Lycanthropic Form 1 x Officer's Harness 5 x Lunging Bash 4 x Creature Of The Night 1 x Pulverizing Hack 1 x Penetrating Lunge 1 x Brutal Charge 1 x Surging Shield Block 2 x Vengeance 1 x Investigate 2 x Flaring Torch 1 x Wounded Block 3 x Mighty Bludgeon 1 x Mighty Hack Feedback Loops Level 1 Human Priest Sacrificial Axe Sacrificial Axe Stargod's Raiments Ancient Heirloom Shield Boots Of Etzicatl St Ulrich's Bones St. Bethan's Charm St Ulrich's Bones Venerable Positioning Focused Piety 3 x Lucky Charm 1 x Wounded Block 1 x Vanguard 2 x Martyr Blessing 4 x Vulnerable 1 x Cushioning Armor 1 x Enervating Touch 3 x Brutal Charge 3 x Bless 3 x Altruism 1 x Delegate 1 x Help The Weak 2 x Triple Heals 2 x Strong Hack 2 x Cleansing Ray 1 x Mass Frenzy 4 x Pressing Bash 1 x Team Heal Analysis: In this analysis I will be drawing comparisons to my other 1700 build, found here. Please see the last iteration of that build (scroll down) to understand the origins of this build. First, I'll start with how the Priest changed. I picked up Venerable Positioning, and immediately appreciated how valuable Delegate can be (its kicked my butt quite a few times). I had to find a major token for it, and didn't want to give up Stargod's Raiments or St Ulrich's Bones because I love bless. So Evensong got the axe...heh see what I did there...I replaced it with a second Sacraficial Axe. This gave me a second major token which I spent on a second St Ulrich's Bones replacing my Dirty Bundle from the old build. With 2 Martyr's Blessings from my two Bones, I decided that Tome Of The Martyr also needed changing, so I opted for St. Bethan's Charm which gives me 3 ways of proc'ing Altruism without the need for line of sight (super important in this map rotation)! Compromised Autonomy is an adaptation from Personal Autonomy in the old build. I dropped Vibrant Pain for Howling Pain because I felt like VP actually gave me too much movement and too little damage. I dropped The Tenderizer for Bejeweled Shortsword to maximize my damage output while simultaneously reinserting some movement without sacrificing damage. I will say, heavily armored warriors is one of the biggest problems for this build on the whole because I could not find a way to fit in The Tenderizer on either warrior. Other than finally getting a second Galvanized Zombie Helm to replace Crusty Helm, this Warrior has no other changes. Dopamine Driven also remains identical, except for two weapon changes. This warrior keeps The Lunginator, but replaces Inquisitor's Pitchfork (which was always a niche pick that I somehow got to work in a wizard-heavy rotation) with the much more common defensive weapon Snitrick's Last Stand which suits the meta (almost every team has at least one warrior this rotation). This map rotation also has lots of stalling -- waiting for your opponent to commit. This means that Crazy Sal's Halberd also needed replacing, so I went with the Stolen Torch. The Torch gives me ton of damage, and also kind of helps (not enough though) against Werewolves, which are the most common armor abusers that give me trouble. Sure, I now have a lot more range one attacks, but I still have a ton of movement, more blocks, and now have two Vengance instead of one -- all of which help keep me safe and let me close in. Remember, the amount of movement here has remained the same from my old build, which reached 1700s on wide-open wizard heavy maps, so offloading my attacks is rarely an issue.