So I changed a few cards, dropped Inner Fire completely and put some more heals (Binding Heal) in to stay alive longer, so C'Thun could get buffed more.
Due to my card draw I went 3 turns into fatigue before Nazra's first fatigue killed her, with my C'Thun at 63/63.
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For some reason Malchezaar didn't clear the board with Twisting Nether and then proceeded to not Siphon Soul my C'Thun.
So yeah, a lot of lucky RNG going my way (at last). The AI either uses Siphon Soul immediately to get rid of C'Thun or somehow manages to use Twisting Nether after the initial stage transition to kill him.
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It might take some tries, but this is the best budget deck I've found that can actually beat the boss.
I Had to go into fatigue, I Barely got C'thun to 72 and that is literally just enough to kill that bitch and his two minions, Was a very close call but im so happy i pulled it off, It took me about 5 tries total with this deck.I finally managed to get it done, but it took a loooot of tries, also in part because I was low on dust and lacked some cards (only really started playing about 2 months ago), so I upgraded it every few days and gave it some more tries.Definitly relies on lucky RNG to get the right card combos, I've been to phase 2 with a ± 40/40 C'Thun, just to have Malchezaar Siphon Soul it away.I'd look for a different alternative that's more OTK based.I've spent a lot of rage-inducing time on this boss and still couldn't manage to beat him.Open houses can attract lineups, even in sub-zero temperatures.