Token Aggro Hunter Deck by GRob Season 35 Feb 17

As an avid Hunter player who has gotten legend in the past with the class– this deck by far has the best winrate across all of the hunter decks that I’ve made in MSoG.

I refuse to believe that any hunter deck on the ladder right now is more powerful, and more versatile than this one. Give it a go, leave feedback in the comments. Happy hunting.

GRob Token Aggro Hunter

Trump Midrange Hunter WOTOG Deck

Trump Midrange Hunter WOTOGThis is the Trump Midrange Hunter WOTOG Deck he was using on stream to ladder up with a respectable win ratio.

Hunter is strong in the current META when played well. It’s not the forgiving deck it once was where you can just go face and rely on the strength of the cards.

There are some really good cards in the Hunter class though, and with the beast synergy and some smart decisions you can reach high legend rank for sure.

Cheap Hunter Deck Standard 1000 Dust

How to Play This DeckCheap Hunter Deck Standard 1000 Dust

This Cheap Hunter Deck Standard 1000 Dust build is about as good as it gets for just 1000 dust. You can build this if you’re free to play, or new to the game after just a couple of weeks of doing quests and earning gold.

It’s not a Face Hunter, it actually has a lot of mid range Hunter cards and although it’s too cheap to have Savannah Highmane’s which are incredibly expensive, it’s a very effective and strong deck.

Hunter has a lot of powerful cards in the current META. Houndmaster your Carrion Grub or Stranglethorn Tiger and you have a solid taunt. Hunter’s Mark has always been an insane card, even since they moved it from 0 mana to 1 mana, it’s still great value.

Have fun with this deck if it’s all you can afford right now. You can easily break into rank 10 and above, and you’ll have some fun playing it I’m sure.

Face Hunter Aggro SMOrc Deck Old Gods Standard

How to Play This DeckFace Hunter Aggro SMOrc Deck Old Gods Standard

This Face Hunter Aggro SMOrc Deck Old Gods Standard build takes advantage of some of the new cards from The Old Gods and retains the classic Face Hunter cards we all know all too well.

It has a lower curve than the class pre-OG Face Hunter. But the extra 1 drops are well worth the slot as they act as good removal for threats to give you more turns to hit face. On the Hunt also populates you a 1/1 to use and distract the opponent so is worth the slot.

Look for classic combos such as Knife Juggler and Unleash the Hounds, or Eaglehorn Bow and Explosive Trap. Huge value tempo swings, and opportunities to hit the opponent’s face more.

Don’t get carried away and SMOrc when the board has favourable trades. You do need to think smart with this deck at some points!