Murloc decks are fun! This J4CKIECHAN Murloc Shaman Deck Jan 17 is actually a decent deck to climb the ladder with. Call in the Finishers from the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan set is a bit of a sleeper card. 4 1/1’s for 4 mana and reducing Everyfin is Awesome down to 3 is an awesome combo.
Looking for the Best Shaman Deck January 2017 Season 34 to get off to a good start in the New Year?
This Aggro Shaman list was a tier-one deck closing out last year and nothing is going to change in January.
Mulligan hard for a pirate and weapon, get a fast start and control the board. Then start developing Golems and overwhelming your opponent.
If you can’t win the board calculate when to go face and the chance of drawing enough burn to win.
Shaman is the strongest class in the current META, and love it or hate it, this is the best Midrange Shaman Season 32 Nov 2016 list.
There are a few card tech choices you can change around. Barnes and Ragnaros instead of Bloodlust and a Fire Elemental is the other popular list. But because off a lot of other aggressive lists on ladder I prefer this list that curves out a little lower and is more reliable.
This is the Rosty Rank 1 Legend Totemic Witchdoctor Shaman Deck he used to reach rank 1 early in the October Season. It’s a smart neck choice right now and the Swamp Ooze tech really helps to swing mirror matches.
It’s unfavored vs most Warrior builds which sucks right now as there are a lot of Warriors. But you can sneak a win with a well-placed Ooze and a little luck. It’s almost impossible to recover from two early Brawls though. So don’t be too hard on yourself if this happens.
There are quite a few decks using the new card Spirit Claws now. This is the Thijs Spirit Claws Midrange Shaman Deck he was playing on stream, it’s a strong aggro build with some midrange cards and gives you even more early game tempo than the pre-Karahan aggro Shaman decks.
It’s hard not to build Spirit Claws around an aggro build. It’s a 1 mana card designed to remove your opponents early minions and let you push face with the tempo. You will find yourself hoping you roll a spell totem quite often, but this is nothing new to Shaman players. 🙂
Here is another list that has been played to rank 1 legend. Have a play with this Rank 1 Legend NA Midrange Shaman Season 30 deck if you want to climb the ladder with a decent win ratio.
There have been a number of midrange Shaman ladder lists and they all perform really well. They are not the hardest decks to play either, so if you really can’t ladder up with this deck you need to go over the fundamentals and improve your understanding of the matchups.
This is the Xixo Aggro Shaman w Spirit Claws Deck he tweeted out here. “1 mana 9 dmg SeemsGood”. 🙂
Also seems like another reason why every totem you roll from your hero power has you crossing your fingers that it will be a spell power totem.
A 1 damage ping weapon is still pretty decent for 1 mana and you’ll find targets in aggro decks to hit, but rolling spell power and having a 3/3 weapon for 1 mana is crazy.
This is the Kolento Control Shaman Deck w Arcane Giants he was playing on stream. As Kolento does, he has tweaked the list that is most commonly known as Concede Shaman.
The addition of Arcane Giants gives the deck even more low-cost threats. Control Shaman is a solid deck and isn’t going anywhere for a while, it has all the tools you just need to get past the shaky start against aggro.
This is the current Forsen Malygos Yogg Shaman Karazhan Deck list. Malygos lists are fun and the burst damage can end any game quickly.
This deck has a lot of board clears and card draw to stall and cycle you closer to your combo pieces. It’s hard to play at first, you need to manage your overload carefully and sometimes take some extra damage to avoid overloading so you can’t do what you want the next turn.
It’s a strong deck, and Hex is really good in this META as it deals with C’Thun, Tirion, and some other minions that can be reused by opponents.
Mulligan Guide for Malygos Shaman Decks
If you’re facing aggro keep Maelstorm Portal. Always look for Far Sight and Rockbiter, and keep Feral Spirits if you have the coin.
I’ve been having a lot of fun with this deck myself, this is the Thijs Karazhan Evolve Shaman Deck he was playing on stream. This is a fun deck, and the best thing is there are loads of different card choices you can add or remove.
I shared Kolento’s Evolve Shaman, as well as Neviilz’ Evolve Shaman, and as you can see there are quite a few differences, but the gameplan stays the same – build a board and Evolve it for a huge value increase and swing turn.
This list doesn’t include any Doomhammers, instead choosing to allow you to drop more minions to get bigger Evovle turns. You’re going to win most games with Bloodlust, so keep that hero power pumping too to populate the board as much as possible.