The new expansion has brought with it some big and some small changes. As with each update, new decks rise and others fall. This can cause the overflowing ranks of players to ebb and flow. For players looking to move up the ranks faster, look no further. Here are the three Best Hearthstone Decks to climb with.
Listed below will be each deck, their card list and how to play them. While not a Hearthstone Deck Tier List, this should still give players a better idea of what to play to rank up.
This deck looks to put constant pressure on the board with cards like Irondeep Trogg, Living Roots and Thorngrowth Sentries all while buffing the players minions. This makes it incredibly difficult to clear them for the opposing player in the early game. It also pairs that with a decent amount of card draw from sneaky good expansion card Crooked Cook along with Peasant. Planted evidence can also put a player ahead incredibly early if they happen to discover a buff card at two mana, which could happen more often than not. Top the deck off with buff cards Herald of Nature and Pride’s Fury and players have a firecracker of a deck that they will be climbing the ladder and rushing their opponents down in no time.
Spooky Skeleton Mage
This deck is aptly named. It has loads of board clear, a starting hp of forty thanks to this expansions seemingly most common card, Prince Renathal, loads of skeletons, card generation and a buffed hero power using Wildfire. It is sure to make opponents bones rattle. Oh, and that’s only the beginning when it comes to this powerhouse deck. Theotar, the Mad Duke, which is possibly the best control card in this expansion, has the ability to swap a card with the player’s and their opponent’s hand, potentially ruining their whole game strategy in the process. Spooky Bone Mage also contains an absurd amount of finishers, with Magister Dawngrasp, Kel’Thuzad and Mordresh Fire Eye. This deck is just teeming with answers to everything, and of course the icing on the cake, if all else fails Sire Denathrius.
Last but certainly not least, Quest Hunter. It is quite literally a machine, in that this deck runs itself. All that is needed to pilot it is the ability to outlast one’s opponent until the quest is completed. Then easily whittle them down by using low cost spells to quickly refresh Hunter’s hero power, which will now cost 0 upon quest completion. Many have found this deck to be one of the most frustrating to play against on the ladder as it seemingly has an answer for everything anyone throws at it early on. With Arcane Shot, Barbed Nets, Quick Shot, Market Shot, Piercing Shot, that’s a whole lot of shots. Not to mention a good amount of board clear which easily completes the Hunters quest making the player’s opponent likely out of luck. Needless to say if one likes an easily piloted deck with a great win rate, they should give this beauty a try.
Thanks for checking out TGH’s 3 Best Hearthstone Decks to climb with. The writer is a previous Legend placement player and frequent user of Aggro and Off-Meta decks. Check back often for other advice and sometimes humorous takes on Hearthstone cards.
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