This is the Xixo Totemic Might Shaman Deck Sep he was playing on stream. The games I saw he didn’t even lose a match with this list. There is only one Wicked Witchdoctor, with the list leaning on its burst damage to be the main win condition.
It’s more like a midrange list with 1 x Totemic Might and 1 x Wicked Witchdoctor. It was very effective at high legend, so give it a go and see how you get on.
This is the apDrop Alt F4 Concede Shaman Deck that has been stirring up some interest in the community. It’s quite a bit different to the Bogchamp Shaman decks that popularized the control Shaman build.
Why is it called Alt F4 Shaman?
Alt + F4. Keyboard command to exit out whatever it is you are in.
This deck is so frustrating for players that it will cause them to concede basically. Obviously, it’s not quite that epic. But it’s a frustrating deck.
This deck doesn’t rely on huge taunts like other concede Shaman decks. Instead, it has Harrison Jones to steal weapon, Justicar to allow you to select which totem you want, and board clears + Healing to outvalue your opponents.
It’s more of a value, fatigue deck type control deck. It’s fun to play, does rely on some timely card draw, and you always have Yogg-Saron if things start going bad, right?
Shaman decks are always being tweeked a little and this Tyler Top 5 Legend Aggro Shaman Sep 16 is obviously working really well right now as I saw him playing it on his stream with a pretty decent win rate.
Shaman decks seem to be adding more and more midrange cards to deal with a lot of the control decks on ladder. This means you can beat them in the mirror with this faster deck. Lava Burst closes out most games with a Doomhammer also bouncing off face. There isn’t much heal on the current META decks, the main problem still remains Yogg!”
Kolento is one of my favorite pro players and one of the best deck builders
in Hearthstone. This is the Kolento High Legend Burgle Rogue Deck he was playing on stream this week and gave me some tech ideas how to change my list.
Burgle Rogue decks became a ‘thing’ when Ethereal Peddler was released in the last wing from One Night in Karazhan. The MrYagut build was quick to hit high legend, Thijs made a good N’Zoth list and other pro players have similar list that have done well.
Lowering the cost of cards you’ve stolen from your opponents class makes even rubbish cards worth playing most of the time. The good cards you steal and really good when they are cheaper.
With a bit of luck on the steals you can cheat the mana curve, play some good minions early, and gain a tempo swing. The 5/6 body on the Peddler is pretty good too. It’s an awesome card, and this deck can hang at the top legend ranks.
Thijs was pretty quick to write off Prince Malchezaar as a bad card. After pressure from his chat to play it in a deck and test it properly, I think he changed his mind a little. This is the Thijs High Legend Prince Malchezaar Yogg Warrior Deck he was playing on stream, and having fun and doing pretty well too.
Prince Malchezaar is an odd card, and it doesn’t have a home in many decks. But Control Warrior is one of the decks where it actually serves a purpose.
Playing this card in Control Warrior gives you 5 extra cards to keep fatigue at bay longer. You also have a lot of removal and time to make decisions with Control Warrior, so you don’t rely on the random legendary cards being really useful.
At worst, you can just use them as extra cards for the Monkey to change again because Elise Starseeker in the deck. It’s pretty fun playing this deck, and you’re almost guaranteed to win in the mirror match – after 30 minutes!
This is the Mryagut High Legend Burgle Rogue Deck he was playing on stream in the top 5 legend ranks. Any deck that can win that high on the ladder is pretty good, and although there is a load of RNG in this deck it seems to find some consistency.
The random cards from your opponent’s class can throw anything at you, and that’s the main criticism of the deck. But when you’re lowering their cost by 2 even average cards become pretty good.
Any cards that allow you to ‘cheat’ mana in Hearthstone have proven to be pretty good. Just look at Mysterious Challenger, Druid ramp decks, renounce darkness decks (ok maybe not renounce darkness decks).
Give this list a go and see how you get on.
This is the latest Thijs High Legend Burgle Peddler N’Zoth Rogue Deck list. Burgle Rogues are all over the ladder since Ethereal Peddler came out. It’s a strong deck, even though you’re relying on the RNG of stealing decent cards from your opponents, it seems to work out well more often than not.
Having N’Zoth gives you that powerful late game win condition. There are a lot of decent deathrattle cards in the list, it’s only lacking taunts so keep up the tempo on your opponents and control the board to maintain advantage.
This is the Sjow Rank 1 Legend Karazhan Dragon Warrior w The Curator list he played on stream to peak at rank 1 on NA.
It’s very similar to the standard Dragon Warrior lists. The new card The Curator has been put in and more beasts added in Fierce Monkeys to be pulled out when The Curator is played.
Sjow replaced Onyxia for a second Drakonoid Crusher so you can do this if you don’t have Onyxia or you’re finding the META a little too fast.
Dragon Warrior has been criticized for being straightforward to play, and it is compared to some other decks. You will have most success when you can curve out into all your strongest minions with Dragon activators. It’s still fun though, and Sjow’s success shows how strong the deck is.
How to Mulligan for Dragon Warrior
This is a tempo deck, so starting out fast is key to winning. Ideally, you want that one copy of N’Zoth’s First Mate, but if you have a Fiery War Axe keep that. An activated Alexstraza’s Champion is also part of the dream start. Keep a strong 3 drop if you have a good 2 drop, and keeping a Twilight Guardian vs aggro decks like Aggro Shaman is fine if you have the coin.
This is the Tyler Rank 1 Legend Yogg Druid Deck that he keeps making it to rank one legend with on both NA and EU servers.
This is one of the strongest decks in the META and once you learn how to play it well by managing the ramp and spells, there aren’t many matches you’re not favored to win.