This is the Lifecoach and SuperJJ Aggro Shaman w Earth Shock they have been using at high legend on ladder.
If you haven’t seen, on Lifecoaches Twitch channel, he and SuperJJ have been putting in a lot of hours testing and tweaking META decks to try and hit rank 1 legend.
This is a Shaman list they were playing at high legend, and it has some interesting tech cards not seen much on ladder at the moment. Most notably Earth Shock, which is awesome for killing Questing Adventurers, silencing taunts, and zapping low health aggro minions off the board.
This is the Kolento Midrange Jade Shaman Deck Jan 17. A little heavier on the Jade’s and high-end cards. He was climbing fast, a strong deck with the potential for 9/9 Jades.
Murloc decks are fun! This J4CKIECHAN Murloc Shaman Deck Jan 17 is actually a decent deck to climb the ladder with. Call in the Finishers from the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan set is a bit of a sleeper card. 4 1/1’s for 4 mana and reducing Everyfin is Awesome down to 3 is an awesome combo.
I prefer playing Wild Format at the beginning of the season while the Standard ladder settles down and I can get a grip on the META. This is the Aggro Shaman list I used to climb to legend last month in Wild so it’s going to be just as effective this month.
The 2 x Thing from Below’s were tech choices that are absolutely necessary to have a positive win ratio vs all the Pirate Warriors if you’re wondering where the Aya is.
Looking for the Best Shaman Deck January 2017 Season 34 to get off to a good start in the New Year?
This Aggro Shaman list was a tier-one deck closing out last year and nothing is going to change in January.
Mulligan hard for a pirate and weapon, get a fast start and control the board. Then start developing Golems and overwhelming your opponent.
If you can’t win the board calculate when to go face and the chance of drawing enough burn to win.
Getting bored of all the aggro Shaman on ladder? Try this midrange list form Bearnugget that he played to rank 2-legend this season. (December 16).
You have the early game Pirates and curve out into the heavy hitters of Ragnaros and Al’Akir so you don’t run out of gas.
Devolve is one of the interesting Meme type cards that was released with Mean Streets of Gadgetzan. I’ve tested it in a few decks and it has a pretty decent impact on the board most of the time.
This Devolve Shaman Deck by DisguisedToast uses the Control Shaman mechanics with N’Zoth and includes one copy of Devolve to help control a board getting out of control.
It’s a fun deck, and while it may not be tier-1, it’s a strong deck that does well against aggro which makes up a large slice of the current META. When you devolve 1-mana pirates and other aggro minions they usually end up with a few Target Dummies.
This is my Wild Format Aggro Shaman Deck December Season 33. The Wild Format is less stable than Standard Format and I typically find it more challenging for this reason – and more fun.
It was a tough climb this season with all Pirate Warriors rushing face as fast as possible. I wanted to use a different deck while still climbing fast so I went with a Standard Aggro Shaman list and changed cards to adjust to the META.
The 2 x Thing from Below became essential to beat Pirate Warriors. I tried Azure Drakes, Aya, extra AOE damage, but without the taunts I was just getting rushed down too quickly.
If you don’t play much Wild you should give it a go. There’s loads more different deck types than standard, all kinds of random cards pop up, and it’s really fun.