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12 Fun Decks for Winter Veil
26.12.2015 в 12:50
Aren't the holidays a time to kick back, relax, and try to have some fun? It's about time you took a break from all of your serious Secret Paladins, Patron Warrior, and Mid-Range Druids. Let's have some fun.
Our amazing community loves to construct silly and lighthearted, but usable decks that are just waiting to be added to your deck slots!
Gift Exchange Tavern Brawl
is now behind us, but we aren't just yet ready to stop spreading the holiday cheer! As such, we've constructed a gift giving Druid deck that seeks to help your opponent win via card draws, extra mana crystals, and the quickening of your defeat! Or you could actually try to win with it, but good luck doing that.
You can catch the deck in action here!
This deck is really powerful with those who use a lot of spells, try it and let me know I accept suggestions for improving its great potential.
Considers that this deck contains some underused cards in the current meta, how your opponent will react when you play Mini-Mage?
We hope your opponent didn't plan on playing any spells. With all three troggs in the deck including , they're going to be wishing they had less in their deck. And with the likes of , they're going to be pressed even harder to deal with the troggs without having to fork over powerful spells.
Also it runs , so what's not to love?
and are probably two of the most fun cards to come out of the League of Explorers. There's nothing quite comparable to that huge payoff, replacing your entire deck and hand with legendary minions. The best part is that every card in the deck has been built around survival, meaning you're hoping to get the activate off each and every game to secure the win.
I made this deck specifically against secret paladin with a twist ... dragons! So far it has been very strong. 13 wins and 2 Loses. Please leave a comment if you like this deck or also if you have any suggestions! I've lost count of my wins but I'm still doing great! If you like this deck feel free to give it a thumbs up! :D
Though we're surprised it doesn't run . This Control Hunter decklist is interesting in that it's such a huge departure from the norm. People have tried the archetype before with , but with dragons? Count us in.
Why is this deck called Bubbles? We're not entirely sure. But it's one of the few we found that try to make work.
Dredge it good.
A mechanic from Magic: The Gathering, dredging refers to putting cards from the top of your deck into your graveyard, usually to activate another ability such as returning a card to your hand from said graveyard. Though it's not directly applicable to Hearthstone, you can see where
got their inspiration from. On the surface it's your basic Mill Rogue with the backup of if the matchup isn't in your favor.
The strategy for this deck is to make smart trades early game and then start dealing massive face damage once you get your Fel Reavers and Eerie Statues on the field to lower the opponent's health to a Savage Roar/Force of Nature lethal. Try to play your Wailing Soul cards before using your other silence cards since they can be used on both the opposition and on your own cards.
How often do you get to use or ? Outside of Handlock, chances are your answer is never. For a long time now, players have theorycrafted a Druid deck that focuses on silencing it's own minions with cards like .
For a more serious take on Mill Rogue, try Dog's decklist!
Fun random deck
Random is fun, right? Just about every card in this deck uses randomness somehow. From your standard and all the way up to and .
Oh the things makes possible. Simply by being able to discard , you're able to switch the Hunter class away from it's aggro nature and
has opted to build an old fashioned control deck.
This deck involves using armour, weapons, and some tough minions to secure the board until you can start playing Iron Juggernaut with Brann Bronzebeard and then using pandas to return it to your hand. There's plenty of mill cards included both to get you what you need and to force the opponent to draw the mines which will finish him off.
With the dawn of , Mill Warriors everywhere rejoiced at the thought of killing an opponent with multiple mines from .
even throws in and for added measure. It may not work 100% of the time, but when it does, it will be glorious.
For a summary of this deck, see the image on the right.
Oh you summoned that? Mine. You put that in your deck? Mine too. We'll just go ahead and copy one of those, borrow that one for a turn, the list goes on and on. Honestly, this Control Priest is only enjoyable in that you have to imagine your opponents reaction with each move you make.
, it's understandably hard to actually find the original.
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