Frodan Bogchamp Concede Shaman Deck

So you probably saw Frodan go 6-0 in the opening two Frodan Bogchamp Concede Shaman Deckmatches in the  SeatStory Cup V tournament. This is the Frodan Bogchamp Concede Shaman Deck that he used.

It’s called a ‘Concede Shaman’ because it forces opponents to concede due to volume of high-value cards that are difficult to kill off. Leading your opponent to rage quit when they see a Bog Creeper with Ancestral Spirit, or after you play an Elemental Destruction with Hallazeal the Ascended on board to perform a full heal.

The deck has loads of heals and taunts. You do have to manage your overload carefully and think through future turns, so it can be tricky to play at first. But it’s an incredibly powerful deck on both ladder and in tournaments.

Which Hearthstone Decks Are Most Popular?

The answer to this question does change over time of course. But which Hearthstone decks are most popular and continue to be so?

There have been some constant decks that have stuck around for a long time and have changed with the META while essentially staying the same. Some decks that have been around for what seems like forever include:


This is a Warlock deck that get’s its name ‘zoolock’ because it involves dropping as many cheap minions as possible. Loosely resembling a zoo by having a load of animals around running riot, right?

Check out a Zoolock deck here.

Face Hunter

Possibly the easiest deck to play, and one of the cheapest to build. So it’s always been a popular choice and will often be seen being played at lower ranks regardless of how it performs in the current META.

Check out a Face Hunter deck here.

Control Warrior

Also known as ‘wallet warrior’ due to its high cost and the amount of legendary cards in the deck. It’s a frustrating deck to play against because you know it’s going to be a long game. Control warriors do as the name suggests, they control the game with lots of removal and weapons.

Check out a Control Warrior deck here.

Tempo Mage

Since the release of Blackrock Mountain and the Mage class was given Flamewakers, Tempo Mage has been a very popular deck. It’s fairly easy to play and strong in most META games. It does however rely on a lot of RNG and can be incredibly frustrating. You’re constantly firing missiles that hit random targets, so good luck!

Check out a Tempo Mage deck here.

Ramp Druid

The key cards in the Druid class are ‘ramp’ cards. This means they extra mana crystal either permanently or temporarily to help you cast more expensive spells, or drop more expensive minions than your opponent. ‘Cheating mana’ is an incredibly powerful mechanic, dropping a 5 drop on turn one by playing double Innervate for example can all but end the game right then.

Check out a Ramp Druid deck here.

Aggro Pally

Aggressive Paladin builds have been around since the release of Hearthstone. Paladin has a couple of key cards that make aggressive builds very effective. Equality, which sets every minion’s health on the board to 1. And, Consecration which is a 2 damage AOE spell. Used either in combination or tactfully on their own you can gain good board advantage to start rushing your opponents face.

Check out an Aggro Pally deck here.

Dragon Warrior Deck Old Gods Standard

How to Play This DeckDragon Warrior Deck Old Gods Standard

Noticed a lot more Dragon Warrior on the deck this season? This Dragon Warrior Deck Old Gods Standard build is pretty popular right now. It’s a good all-around strong deck.

You have the staple Warrior strong removal cards like Execute and Fiery War Axe. Along with dragons and cards that have synergy with dragons like the powerful Blackwing Corruptor.

It’s an aggressive deck, don’t be afraid to switch to face and stick to the plan once you have an advantage. I usually pick the Hunter or the Warlock hero power from Sir Finley Mrrgglton when they present themselves in the discover options.

Cheap Druid Deck C’Thun Standard

How to Play This DeckCheap Druid Deck C'Thun Standard

This is a Cheap Druid Deck C’Thun Standard deck. You should be able to build it even if you’re new to the game and haven’t built up much of a collection or dust.

It makes use of the god that everyone got for free when Old Gods was released, C’Thun. C’Thun is a decent win condition for any deck. Buff it as much as you can before turn 10 then drop it to clear the board and damage your opponents face, or finish them.

Look to curve out and drop taunts to protect your face until it’s C’Thun time.

Fandral Staghelm Beast Druid Deck Standard

How to Play This DeckFandral Staghelm Beast Druid Deck Standard

The Old Gods edition bought us a pretty cool legendary for Druid, Fandral Staghelm. This Fandral Staghelm Beast Druid Deck Standard build centers around this card and uses the synergy to come up with some strong combos.

Try to combo with the following ‘choose one’ cards:

Living Roots

Power of the Wild

Druid of the Saber

Druid of the Flame

Druid of the Claw

Mulligan for Innervate, Living Roots, Raven Idol, and Wraths. Take the board and look for favorable trades while searching for your combos to do big damage.

Best Priest Deck June 2016 Season 27

How to Play This DeckBest Priest Deck June 2016 Season 27

The Best Priest Deck June 2016 Season 27 is the N’Zoth Priest build. Being able to control the board and cycle through 6 deathrattle minions makes this an obvious choice.

Shifting Shade‘s are insanely powerful cards. Museum Curator allow you to choose your deathrattle minions, while powerful AOE spells and board clears allow you to keep the board clear. It’s a deck with a lot of options and variations and is pretty fun to play.

There are lots of healing or damage options with Auchenai Soulpriest. You can flip the switch and use Flash Heal, Darkshire Alchemist, and Circle of Healing for some serious burst and board clears.

Best Warrior Deck June 2016 Season 27

How to Play This DeckBest Warrior Deck June 2016 Season 27

If you’re looking to make a quick ascent up the ladder this season with Warrior this is the Best Warrior Deck June 2016 Season 27 to climb with.

You will come across a lot of aggro early in the season, like Zoo, Hunter builds, and aggro Rogues. Being able to pick off lower health minions with weapons, armor up, use AOE damage spells, and big taunts makes this deck a solid anti-aggro option.

Armorsmith is a nightmare for aggro decks. Combine this with a Ravaging Ghoul to clear some enemy minions and add a load of armour and you’re going to turn a game around pretty quick.

Mulligan for Fiery War Axe, Slam, and Acolyte of Pain to start cycling cards. It’s not a difficult deck to play and it has some huge swing moments when you board clear.

Tip – Don’t forget Blood to Ichor can be used to take a Divine Shield off a minion and give you the 2/2.