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Warcraft Rumble: Best Undead deck: Thalnos, Sylvanas or Baron Rivendare?

 Warcraft Rumble is Blizzard's new mobile game. We're going to give you tips for finding the best Undead deck in PvE and PvP.

Warcraft Rumble is the latest game in the Warcraft license and is one of Blizzard's only exclusively mobile games. The game contains a growing number of units and almost endless deck creation possibilities. 

In the game, you can find a total of five factions: Alliance, Horde, Undead, Beasts, and Blackrock. We'll offer you a list of decks for each faction to help you find the best ways to play your favorite class!

Best Undead deck in Warcraft Rumble

We're going to list the best decks for each Undead leader in order, with the first always being the most powerful deck, and the last being the least powerful deck.

1. Baron Vaillefende

Baron Vaillefende is one of the most powerful characters in the game at the moment. His passive skill is very oppressive, especially if you control most of the buildings on the map. Our Vaillefende build uses its pressure to generate massive, almost unstoppable counterattacks while delivering split push.

Baron Vaillefende

2. Blood Mage Thalnos

This deck is less strong than the Rivendare deck but that doesn't make it a weak deck either. It's just going to be harder to play, and your victory condition is harder to achieve, especially if it's managed by your opponent. You will want to set up Thalnos, with a big frontline and enough to heal him, then cast spells in a loop to make him extremely threatening. This is a deck that can be fun, but it really requires understanding what you need to do to win.

Blood Mage Thalnos

3. Sylvanas Windrunner

Sylvanas is a much newer character and therefore doesn't have many play options found yet. We are offering a new control deck for her while we wait to have a better idea of ​​what is effective.

Sylvanas Windrunner

Warcraft Rumble is a real-time strategy game developed by Blizzard in which you slowly generate gold to land units on terrain. These units advance alone and must bring down all the opposing towers to win the game, while you defend your towers.