Cheap Mage Deck C’Thun Standard

How to Play This DeckCheap Mage Deck C'Thun Standard

This is a Cheap Mage Deck C’Thun Standard build that is very effective for its cheap cost. C’Thun is a strong win condition, and seeing as you get some of the C’Thun cards for free it’s easy to get started with this deck if you’re a free to play hearthstone player.

It has a lot of value cards, like Acidic Swamp Ooze, which is great in this weapon heavy META. You have hard removal in the form of Polymorph, and some burn in the form of Fireball and Frostbolt.

Mulligan for Mana Wyrm and cheap removal. Then look to curve out with C’Thun buffing minions on your way to turn 10 when you want to be dropping C’Thun.

Best Tempo Mage Wild Deck June 2016

How to Play This DeckBest Tempo Mage Wild Deck June 2016

Tempo Mage is all about forcing the tempo and not allowing your opponent to get on the board to form an attack against you. There are a lot of different builds, especially in Wild where you have access to the whole card collection. This is the Best Tempo Mage Wild Deck June 2016 at this time.

Mulligan hard for your Mana Wyrm and cheap removal spells. If you can curve out into Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Flamewaker you can really start to run away with the game.

Remember, this is a deck for the Wild format. Here you have Mad Scientist, one of the value cards that was cycled out in the Standard format. Always keep these in your opening hand to pull a secret out for free. If you find you end up with both Mirror Entity’s in your hand often, or one with a Mad Scientist out then swap one for a Counterspell.

Best Mage Deck June 2016 Season 27

How to Play This DeckBest Mage Deck June 2016 Season 27

Tempo Mage is one of my personal favorite decks, and I have taken it to legend many times across many different builds. This is going to be the Best Mage Deck June 2016 Season 27 to start off with a fast ladder climb.

The removal spells are all pretty standard to the build. I have added 1 x Faceless Summoner, 1 x Ethereal Conjurer, and 1 x Polymorph as tech choices. There are a lot of different tech card and you will have to react to the META accordingly. I prefer Ragnaros over Yogg-Saron for the consistency of the deck, but you can swap those around if you want some fun.

Mulligan hard for Mana Wyrm and Mirror Image vs aggro. Hold for the coin for Flamewaker unless you’re under a lot of pressure from Zoo or a similar board swarm deck.

Tip – Don’t forget that Arcane Blast receives + 2 spell damage per buff. So a Cult Sorcerer and an Azure Drake on the board means the spell will do 6 damage. It’s a tempo deck, take the board and own it!

Neviilz N’Zoth Reno Mage Deck

How to Play This DeckNeviilz N'Zoth Reno Mage Deck

This is the Neviilz N’Zoth Reno Mage Deck he played on stream and I gave it a go myself for a few games. It’s excellent vs aggro and you can beat control decks too if you draw well and time your combinations.

With a combination of Reno Jackson and N’Zoth the Corrupter you are looking to hold a stable board, get your deathrattle minions in the graveyard, heal with Reno Jackson for maximum value, and drop N’Zoth for the win condition.

Your deathrattle minions are:

Bloodmage Thalnos

Loot Hoarder

Infested Tauren

Cairne Bloodhoof

Sylvanas Windrunner

Rhonin

It’s heavy on card draw, board clears, and removal spells. Look to control the board while trying to curve out. Bait your opponent to over commit while you have Ice Block up then use either Reno or N’Zoth.

Old Gods Hotform C’Thun Mage Deck

How to Play This DeckHotform C'Thun Mage Deck

This Old Gods Hotform C’Thun Mage Deck brings C’Thun to Mage in a deck that’s really competitive at the higher ranks. C’Thun Mage decks are few and far between. I tried a few builds near the release of the Old Gods but never has a consistent performer.

It includes all the standard Tempo Mage spells that make the staple of the tempo archetype. Such as;

2 x Arcane Blast

2 x Arcane Missiles

2 x Mirror Image

2 x Frostbolt

2 x Fireball

Along with the best C’Thun cards to beef up your C’thun before you slam him on the board, such as:

2 x Disciple of C’Thun

2 x C’Thun’s Chosen

2 x Cult Sorcerer

Hold out until your C’Thun has 10 health before dropping Twin Emperor Veklor. The mirror effect is incredibly powerful.

It’s a really solid deck with more than one win condition. If you are looking to climb slowly and consistently, this deck is capable of doing the job. Play patient and use your burn to clear the board. Also, bait out any large removal before dropping C’Thun if possible.

Forsen OG Tempo Mage Standard Deck May 2016

How to Play This DeckForsen OG Tempo Mage Standard Deck May 2016

I love hanging out in Forsen’s Twitch channel and LUL’ing at the chat while he plays some Hearthstone. This is the Forsen OG Tempo Mage Standard Deck May 2016 I watched him playing on stream.

Personally, I don’t like Yogg-Saron, played a lot with this card and it let me down more than it helped. I swap him out for Ragnaros which seems to work better for me. It’s certainly one of the most fun cards in the game though!

Tempo mage is about capturing that early tempo, as the name suggests. Mulligan hard for those Mana Wyrm‘s, Mirror Image vs aggro decks, and cheap spells along with a Sorcerer’s Apprentice. If you are playing on the coin and can get a double Mana Wyrm into Sorcerer’s Apprentice and some cheap spells, there are few decks that can push you off the board.

Be aware of board clears and AOE spells. Don’t overcommit and you will do fine vs almost any deck with a good start. Control and grinding decks will outlast you and the lack of taunts in the deck is an issue to aggro if you don’t draw well. Overall, I would say Tempo Mage is a solid Tier Two deck.