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:
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.
This is the Neviilz Nozdormu Shaman Deck he was playing on stream and holding a positive win ratio in legend rank. It’s a strong control deck with board clears, single target removals, and a load of dragon synergy.
The MVP is Nozdormu. This card reads;’Players only have 15 seconds to take their turns.’ 15 seconds really doesn’t feel long when you have some decisions to make and ca cause your opponent to make some errors. It’s a fun card. If your opponent is playing on their mobile or tablet and a slightly laggy connection they will find it hard to fit in all their moves.
‘Players only have 15 seconds to take their turns.’
15 seconds really doesn’t feel long when you have some decisions to make and ca cause your opponent to make some errors. It’s a fun card. If your opponent is playing on their mobile or tablet and a slightly laggy connection they will find it hard to fit in all their moves.
In this StrifeCro C’Thun Warrior Video Guide StrifeCro takes you through how to play this deck while climbing the NA ladder. C’Thun decks have an obvious win condition in C’Thun, and Warrior had a lot of weapons to make favourable trades, as well as good removal spells so setting up a big C’Thun isn’t as hard you may think.
StrifeCro C’Thun Warrior Video Guide
StrifeCro C’Thun Warrior Deck List
2 x Execute
2 x Shield Slam
2 x Firey War Axe
2 x Slam
2 x Armorsmith
2 x Bash
1 x Shield Block
2 x Disciple of C’Thun
2 x Raving Ghoul
1 x C’Thun’s Chosen
1 x Elise Starseeker
2 x Brawl
1 x Harrison Jones
1 x Justicar Trueheart
2 x Skeram Cultist
1 x Gorehowl
2 x Ancient Shieldbearer
1 x Twin Emperor Vek’lor
1 x Grommash Hellscream
1 x C’thun
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’ThunMage 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.
Pirates! This Chakki Pirate Warrior Deck is the deck he used in the Americas Primaries and some other tournament decks around this time in May 2016. There have been pirate decks in the past but they always fell short. Now, this isn’t a META breaking deck by any means. But it is very good.
There is loads of synergy to try and find with this deck, and that’s where it’s value and power comes from. Firstly, you’re looking for the Hunter hero power, or Druid as second best. This is an aggro deck so we are looking for that extra face damage!
Mulligan for N’Zoth’s First Mate to load up a weapon. Look to add Upgrade! and work into Bloodsail Cultist and other pirates. This is the dream roll of the draw, and it does happen quite often.
You have loads of burst damage to close out a game. Arcanite Reaper is 5 damage, Leeroy Jenkins is 6, you can easily close a game around turn 5-6. Look to make favourable trades early with your weapons and look for the moment to flip the switch and start going face when you can’t be out-raced.
I’ve been waiting for a good beast Druid deck for a while now, this beast druid deck for legend rank is what finally took me to legend. I had a lot of success with this deck against the Warriors, Warlocks and Shamans that are hogging a lot of the ladder.
Obviously, there is always the chance you can do Druid things, i.e. Innovate out some big units that your opponent with struggle with early. But there is also a lot of synergy to look out for with this deck. Mark of Y’Shaarj is a great addition from the latest expansion, Whispers of the Old Gods. You can buff a beast and draw a card, insane value.
Look to gain and control the board before going face. If you can establish large taunts and keep your opponent off the board you’re going to win.
Mid range hunter has always been a solid deck since the beginning of Hearthstone. This mid range hunter deck fast legend May season deck is very powerful. It’s gone through some up’s and down’s however and after the recent Whispers of the Old Gods release Rexxar went into hiding for a while.
It didn’t take too long to find a few build that fit in with the META really well, and this deck is very strong right now. You can curve out with Firey Bat, into King’s Elekk for card draw, or Huge Toad. Animal Companion and Carrion Grub are very strong 3 drops that synergize with Houndmaster.
Call of the Wild is an insanely powerful card. You get all three Animal Companions at once. Giving you a 5/2 Huffer to charge with, and a 4/4 taunt, and the 2/4 Leeok. Now, that is what you call value. All for 8 mana, and all dropped from one card. So lasting to turn 8 with a neutral or beneficial board then dropping this gives you an incredibly likely chance of winning.
It’s a weapon heavy META so the inclusion of Harrison Jones as a tech choice is a smart decision.
Synergies to Look For
Beast + Houndmaster. The 2/2 + taunt is very good value.
Stampeding Kodo – Destroying a minion with 2 or less health can swing a game.
Beast + Kill Command – 5 attack instead of 3 is often worth waiting for.
This Trump Warlock Zoo Deck May 2016 is one of many different zoo decks going around at the moment. This is one of the best parts of all the new cards from the Whispers of the Old Gods update. There are still many variations of some of the most competitive decks and the META is sill changing daily.
The two Doomguard tech choice can work out to be very clunky in the hand. One of the best things about zoo is being almost guaranteed to have one drops in your opening hand, you don’t have to float mana very often, and you can of course tap away when you’re out of cards.
Most of the synergy revolves around the Darkshire Councilman. Try and get the drops off the Imp Gang Boss and Possessed Villager to buff his attack. As well as dropping a board of Forbidden Ritual tentacles. There is loads of burst potential, even without Leeroy Jenkins. You can look for more Power Overwhelming‘s from Dark Peddlers and set up burst of 16 + with a Doomguard and 3 PO’s.
Renounce Darkness is one of those interesting and fun cards that doesn’t get much play. When you do play it you can get some insane wins, have a lot of fun, and start to believe in the card. This Forsen Renounce Darkness Yogg OG Standard Deck falls into this category.
I’ve played this deck for 30+ games and have a slightly less than 50% win ratio. It’s certainly more of a fun deck than a seriously laddering deck. The Yogg-Saron ending brings chaos to any game, Elise Starseeker gives you that end game random influx of legendaries too.
I’m interested to hear how anyone gets on with this deck. Feel free to drop me a comment if you have any tech changes that improve the deck. I’ve love to have a solid Renounce Darkness deck to ladder with.