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.
The main counter is a Brawl from a Warrior or other N’Zoth decks. But getting to the point of dropping N’Zoth is going to lead to a win in most matches.
This is the Best Priest Deck August 16 Season 29 ladder climb. It’s the list Zetalot used to reach legend in season 28 and with all the same cards it’s still a strong deck.
This list plays out by controlling the board with removal and the strong AOE spells while sending your deathrattle minions to the graveyard to be brought back by N’Zoth for insane value.
Priest is struggling in the current META. The release of the new adventure on 11th August, One Night in Karazhan might change this. But until then, this is the most effective list and it’s more than capable of taking you to legend. Good luck.
There is always a lot of interest in the Priest decks Zetalot uses to achieve legend. This is the Zetalot Legend Priest Deck July 16 season 28 list.
This list seems to be the strongest right now for Priest. Having N’Zoth to bring back Sylvanas Windrunner and Shifting Shades represents a lot of value. Both in minion body’s, and some extra cards from the Shifting Shades.
It’s well-known that post-Old Gods Priest isn’t the strongest class. But this deck proves it can hang with the best when played well and tweaked to work with the META.
Give this list a go and see how you get on. It’s not the easiest to play if you’re not familiar with playing Priest, but you will get the hang of it.