One of the decks that was an obvious choice for Medivh, the Guardian was Murloc Paladin. 10 mana spells are few and far between, but you will be playing at least two in this deck and if you synergize them with Atiesh then you’re summoning a 10-cost minion.
This gives the deck an extra win condition. Previously you wouldn’t want to play Anyfin Can Happen if you hadn’t played enough Murlocs, now it’s going to be fine either way. 10-Cost minions and typically incredibly strong.
Here is a Medivh the Guardian Renolock Deck List that is one of the early builds being played on ladder. It has all the usual Renolock cards, but obviously the inclusion of Medivh, the Guardian strengthens up the late game.
There are some large spells to synergize with the atiesh weapon. Twisting Nether, Siphon Soul and Shadowflame will all give you decent minions. There is also a Prince Malchezaar included, so some random legendary surprises will be appearing!
This is the Reynad Malygos Druid w Medivh the Guardian Moonglade Portal new card inclusions. Having Medivh, the Guardian’s weapon Atiesh and playing Moonglade Portal means 2 x 6-cost minions hitting the board!
Medivh, the Guardian has finally been released, and early signs are that it’s pretty darn awesome. This is the Hotform Medivh the Guardian Mage Karazhan Deck he was playing on stream and he hit a pretty long win streak.
The value from Medivh is really good when used with anything from a 5 mana spell upwards. If you compare it to Ragnaros, in most instances you’re better off playing Medivh, the Guardian.
You get a 7/7 body that can attack any target, and 3 minions from spells in the following turns. This card is going to make some changes to the current META.