Quick Deck: Neirea Dragon Priest
Last weekend was Seatstory Cup, the first event to really showcase some of Hearthstone's new decks in Kobolds and Catacombs. One of the decks been having the most fun with is Neirea's Dragon Priest. This is not, however, your traditional Dragon Control Priest. It mainly uses the early game dragons to fend off aggro before going for a combo finish.
One of the great parts about this deck is that the combo can surprise people and doesn't require much of a base to go off from. What's more, some of your dragons are menacing enough that you can often sneak a Radiant Elemental out before a big Lyra turn.
In terms of general advice with this deck, the biggest thing is holding on to your Shadow Visions until you know what you're looking for. Taking an Inner Fire on turn two looks pretty bad when you really need that Dragonfire Potion on turn eight. We should also not that many meta decks don't run hard removal anymore. With this in mind, it's usually safe to make a big-but-not-lethal minion with Inner Fire and really flip the clock on Rogue or Secret Mage.
The last special point to consider here is Temporus. Yes, the Legendary that gives your opponent an extra turn. While not a card you should play in your 30, he pops up pretty frequently off Netherspite Historian. At first I disregarded him but he actually turns out to be pretty good! You are naturally able to keep the board under control early on so even an extra turn won't kill you. When it's your turn to have some fun, Lyra combos and Inner Fire mean that we get to capitalize much harder on the effect! Temporus is very situational but there are also many dragons that don't interact with your combo plan so he can be worth the pick.