With all the new cards released in the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan expansion and the nerf just before, I feel like Yogg is a little too forgotten.
It’s still a crazy card that can win you any game from any position (or lose you any game haha).
Seeing Stancifka play this list at high legend is a reminder that Yogg still has a place in the META. I’ve been playing a lot of Tempo Mage with Yogg and it feels like Yogg has been buffed to be honest.
Look at it this way – there are now a load of new spells for Yogg to randomly cast, more good ones than new board clears – so that’s a buff.
Let the fun begin, Jade Golem Druid lacks a little consistancy, and it’s really difficult to pull from behind. Let the Yogg roll decide if you deserve a second chance at winning. 🙂
This is the deck I was watching Thijs climb from around rank 5 to legend with. It’s a Jade Golem Druid deck and uses Gadgetzan Auctioneer to cycle through the deck and gain an advantage on board by dropping bigger, and bigger Jade Golems.
The Jade Behemoth‘s and Feral Rages were enough to beat most Pirate Warriors and aggro decks. Populating more Jade Idols makes this such a strong control deck that you will have more late-game value than most control decks.
This is an interesting deck that features the new Druid legendary Kun the Forgotten King. Tyler was playing this on stream with a decent win rate when I checked.
It has all the Jade Golem mechanics, so the mid to late game is super strong you just need to survive the early turns vs aggro.
This is Xixo’s version of the Druid Jade Golem deck. Less taunts than some other versions and more spell cycle leading into the arcane giants.
If you’re looking for some deck building ideas with the new cards from Mean Streets of Gadgetzan, this is the Amaz Jade Golem Druid Deck Mean Streets of Gadgetzan Release he was playing on stream.
Plenty of new cards in the list, Jade Idol, Jade Blossom, Jade Spirit, and Aya Blackpaw give you all the Jade Golem spawning mechanics.