Still a solid deck in the META and this list generates a lot of armor giving you the chance to force a win by fatigue if you have to.
This is an interesting Priest list and it’s the Zetalot Gadgetzan Zoo N’Zoth Priest list that he played into legend ranks.
It’s built much like a zoo list with lots of low-cost minions and cards to help value trade and win the board.
Good to see Herald Volazj in the list, this legendary hasn’t found a good place in a Priest deck before.
Effective, and fun list, and if you curve into Ragnaros then N’Zoth there aren’t many decks that take back the board and win with tempo.
If you want a strong N’Zoth Control Warrior list this is the Fibonacci Gadgetzan Legend N’Zoth Control Warrior list he played to legend this season. The only new card from Mean Streets of Gadgetzan is Alley Armorsmith, but there has been quite a few card changes from last month’s lists to accommodate the META.
I had some fun playing this Thijs N’Zoth Shaman Deck w White Eyes Dec 16. It’s a strong deck and using Ancestral Spirit on White Eyes is fun, I managed around 60% ratio, I feel like it needs a little more early game stability in this aggressive META.
Thijs did well with it, but he’s super-awesome compared to me 🙂 See how you get on.
Looking for a strong N’Zoth Priest decklist? This is the Kolento N’Zoth Priest Deck Oct Season 31 he was playing on ladder, and climbing at a decent rate too. Priest still has some strong control lists, the C’Thun list is very good in the current META, as is this N’Zoth list.
This list plays out by controlling the board with the efficient removal tools it has. You heal faster than aggro decks can deal direct damage, and after cycling your deathrattle minions when you drop N’Zoth there are few decks that can win from that point.
This is the latest Fibonacci N’Zoth Control Warrior Season 30 Sept. Control Warrior is in a strong position right now with all the midrange Shamans and aggro lists that can’t keep up with Tank Up.
Fibonacci has included Alexstraza in this list as an extra win condition. If you drop your opponent to 15 health you have a lot of ways to do that damage, especially after dropping N’Zoth.
Your deathrattle minions are:
- Infested Tauren
- Cairne Bloodhoof
- Sylvanas Windrunner
It’s not the easiest deck to play, there are some tactics depending on your opponent but give it a try and you’ll see what I mean.
This is the Kolento Legendary N’Zoth Control Warrior Deck he’s been playing on ladder at high-legend rank. The Standard Format Control Warrior is missing some of those really powerful cards like Sludge Belcher that are now in Wild Format. But this still a strong list in the current META, even if Control Warrior is a lot less popular than it used to be.
This list seems a lot stronger than the lists running one Brawl and Yogg as a late game finisher. There is a lot of aggro on ladder at the moment, so mulligan for lots of early removal and be prepared to Brawl on turn 5.
Once you enter mid to late game and you’re tanking up there aren’t many decks that can keep pace with Control Warrior.
This is the Trump Karazhan N’Zoth Paladin Deck he put together with the inclusion of Ivory Knight after the first wing of One Night in Karazhan was released.
StrifeCro is one of the best deckbuilders in Hearthstone. This deck has all the N’Zoth synergies you would expect, along with Barnes to try and hit on one of those deathrattle minions, and of course Kindly Grandmother.
Hunter is going to be a lot stronger due to these new cards. Making it to the Call of the Wild turn has just got that little bit easier, and more annoying for opponents.