Yogg Midrange Druid Standard

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This thread is for comments about our Legendary Yogg Druid Midrange Standard deck.

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Was lucky enough to get a fandral from a pack after getting 12 wins in arena so decided to give this deck a spin.


By far the most fun druid deck I've played since I picked up Hearthstone. Also Yogg is a borderline broken card.

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9 hours ago, asherpen said:

Hope to have more Legacy standard decks, because I do not want to save gold to buy adventure mode for my alt account :)

These often won't change due to the fact that they require a card set release, rather than an adventure release. Perhaps post-Gadgetzan we'll see a card set release next.

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