This is the Sjow Brokeback Druid Deck with Yogg Onyxia Cenarius he has been playing on stream. It has a greedy triple threat of legendaries providing lots of end game threats and win conditions.
Apart from that, it’s a fairly standard build and one of the strongest decks in the current META.
Check out this Varian Wrynn Tempo Warrior Wild Deck if you’re after a fun deck to play in wild that can compete with all those strong N’Zoth decks you come across in Wild.
Varian Wrynn is worth crafting if you don’t have it yet. It’s always relevant in the right types of Warrior build. Pulling three minions onto the battlefield is going to swing any game into your favour.
I really enjoy Wild Format, Piloted Shredders and Sludge Belchers remind you just how crazy the game used to be with this powerful, value minions. If you’re testing decks or want some fun pop over to wild.
This is the Xixo Aggro Zoolock Deck with Wrathguard that has been popular on ladder ever since he used it to win a large tournament. A
t first glance no Power Overwhelming seems crazy, but this deck is designed to work by playing larger threats on curve and using Soulfire and the Argent Commander as burst damage.
You play out similar to the standard zoolock decks by value trading and holding the board. The minions in this list are more likely to survive and you will find yourself with a larger board and stronger threats to hit face with. It often closes out games faster than standard zoo builds.
This is the Xixo C’Thun Warrior Deck with Deathwing he used to win the Star Series tournament. Deathwing has become an inclusion in some Dragon Warrior builds but was interesting to see it in a C’Thun deck.
Your opponents will not be playing around Deathwing, that’s for sure. Not that it’s easy to play around a 12/12 that hits the board and clears everything. There seems to be a growing trend of adding more threats to decks, so Deathwing is optional but if you have it give it a go.
This Xixo Midrange Shaman Deck with Stormcrack Al’Akir was the list he used in the Star Series Tournament. Al’Akir is a great tech choice in midrange Shaman lists and the burst along with a Rockbiter or Flametongue Totem is either going to clear some huge threats or finish your opponent.
Stormcrack is still finding its place in Shaman decks. I like it as a replacement for one Lightning Bolt. Think how many times you have tried to roll a spell damage totem to do that 4 damage, right? Lots of minions have 4 damage in the mid-game, it’s a perfect number to have as a removal spell.
This decks falls somewhere between the classic midrange builds and aggro. Give it a go and see how you do, it’s strong in the current META. Swap an Azure Drake for Harrison Jones if you are being matched up with a lot of Warriors, that’s what I usually do.
This is the Xixo Tempo Mage Deck with Yogg and Archmage. There are lots of Tempo Mage builds and I enjoy playing around with the different lists as Tempo Mage is always fun.
Archmage and Yogg in the same deck gives you plenty of win conditions. Look to control the board early with removal spells and drop Faceless Summoner for a good value drop. I like the inclusion of Polymorph, there are some really stubborn minions that need hard removal sometimes like an Earth Elemental or Ragnaros.
I will be playing some games with this list before month end and will update here if I have an impressive win ratio.
This is the Xixo Yogg Druid Deck Old Gods format he used for recent tournament play. It’s a typical build that most players are using on the ladder and is one of the strongest current decks in this META.
Onyxia is a deck choice over Cenarius due to the synergy with Power of the Wild and the ability for Onyxia to get you back in the game from an empty board. It’s probably a slightly better choice and more consistent overall. But if you don’t have Onyxia, then put Cenarius in.
Check out this Yogg Saron Control Warrior Old Gods Deck if you’re looking for a current control Warrior list. The Tinkmaster Overspark tech is an interesting choice, you’re rolling the dice on what minion will appear but if you’re casting it on an opponents minion you can play it in your favour.
Yogg has become a common inclusion in most decks now as it gives you that last ditch chance to win when all hope looks lost. I like the Big Game Hunter tech choice too, your opponents just won’t expecet it and it’s still good value for 5 mana and swings the game.
This Druid Deck with 3 Old Gods Y’Shaarj Yogg N’Zoth is a greedy deck that’s fun to play. It’s also a solid deck to use on ladder and I’ve players playing it at legend ranks with some decent success.
Y’Shaarj, Rage Unbound is the often overlooked Old God but in a deck heavy with large minions it’s going to provide value. This is a typical Druid build with lots of defensive minions and removal spells to take the game late and outvalue your opponent.
Looking for a Shaman deck with a lot of burst and a fun win condition? This Old Gods Aggro Shaman with Leeroy Jenkins fits the bill. Leeroy is an obvious choice if you ask me, it’s not difficult to have a board with midrange shaman and using a buff on Leeroy is going to close out a game easily.