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Weekly Round-up Thread

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The amount of new decks is now lower, so I decided to stop posting. When the following adventure launches, I will resume the effort.

However, I want to point out a new feature: Archetypes!
Surely many (if not all) of you have noticed the Archetype feature. For those that have not, you can find it on the tab right between "Decks" and "Arena", or you can simply click, or even bookmark this link :P This feature should make finding similar decks easier, and should let you avoid being forced to Ctrl-F the deck you want.

There are more features and surprises coming, one of which *might* even be here this year, so make sure to check back every once in a while!

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20 hours ago, positiv2 said:

The amount of new decks is now lower, so I decided to stop posting. When the following adventure launches, I will resume the effort.

However, I want to point out a new feature: Archetypes!
Surely many (if not all) of you have noticed the Archetype feature. For those that have not, you can find it on the tab right between "Decks" and "Arena", or you can simply click, or even bookmark this link :P This feature should make finding similar decks easier, and should let you avoid being forced to Ctrl-F the deck you want.

There are more features and surprises coming, one of which *might* even be here this year, so make sure to check back every once in a while!

Just want to ask, I really wondered, how did anyfin paladin just become an aggro deck, I always thought it as some kind of control deck.

Also, new Kun decks are considered as Ramp Druid by many streamers, maybe they could be put under that category.

And, Aggro Gadgetzan (this is the name of the deck), is not under aggro category. Same goes for budget version. And face aggro karazhan deck. 

There are some more decks I wondered about, but these are the most important points.

Also, I realized, I can't link the decks I mentioned, so this may be little confusing. Sorry about that

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53 minutes ago, FanOfValeera said:

Just want to ask, I really wondered, how did anyfin paladin just become an aggro deck, I always thought it as some kind of control deck.

Also, new Kun decks are considered as Ramp Druid by many streamers, maybe they could be put under that category.

And, Aggro Gadgetzan (this is the name of the deck), is not under aggro category. Same goes for budget version. And face aggro karazhan deck. 

There are some more decks I wondered about, but these are the most important points.

Also, I realized, I can't link the decks I mentioned, so this may be little confusing. Sorry about that

Yes, the OTK murloc pally doesn't seem right. I asked Sottle about it and it seems it was caused by a miscommunication, where the OTK version was mistaken for the murloc aggro one. We will be fixing it shortly, thanks for pointing it out.

We are still adding archetypes, and we plan to have an archetype for those decks you listed, with aggro shaman being added either today or tomorrow. Feel free to ask about any other decks, or give us any feedback if you want - we appreciate it!

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A new expansion, a new post! If a deck has no notes to it, it means it is a new deck.

Druid

  • Egg Token Druid Wild
    • Updated for Un'goro (changes not in changelog).
  • Yogg Dragon Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.
  • Mill Kun C'Thun OTK Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Lunar Visions, 1x Mire Keeper for 2x Deathlord.
  • Malygos Token Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Mire Keeper, 1x Power of the Wild for 2x Mark of the Lotus.
  • Malygos Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.
  • Kun Malygos OTK Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.
  • Kun Malygos Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.
  • Kun C'Thun OTK Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.
  • Kun C'Thun OTK Druid Anti-Aggro Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.
  • Jade Druid Standard
    • Removed 2x Azure Drake, 2x Living Roots, 1x Brann Bronzebeard, for 2x Emerald Hive Queen, 2x Druid of the Claw, 1x Bloodmage Thalnos.
    • Removed 2x Emerald Hive Queen, 1x Gadgetzan Auctioneer for 2x Doomsayer, 1x Moonglade Portal
      • Making it "Removed 2x Azure Drake, 2x Living Roots, 1x Brann Bronzebeard, 1x Gadgetzan Auctioneer, for 2x Doomsayer, 2x Druid of the Claw, 1x Bloodmage Thalnos, 1x Moonglade Portal."
  • Barnes Ramp Druid Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Bog Creeper for 1x Kel'Thuzad.
  • Arcane Giant Jade Druid Standard
    • Removed 2x Living Roots, 2x Azure Drake, 1x Emperor Thaurissan for 2x Emerald Hive Queen, 1x Druid of the Claw, 1x Lunar Visions, 1x Bloodmage Thalnos.
  • Yogg Jade Druid Standard
    • Updated for Un'Goro: -1 Mulch, -1 Living Roots, -2 Azure Drake, +1 Ancient of War, +2 Druid of the Claw, +1 Moonglade Portal.
  • Budget Jade Druid Standard
    • Removed 2x Azure Drake, 2xRaven Idol, 2x Living Roots for 2x Claw, 2x Druid of the Claw, 1xShellshifter, 1x Mire Keeper.
  • Arcane Giant Jade Druid Standard
    • Removed 2x Emerald Hive Queen, 1x Lunar Visions for +1x Claw, 1x Gadgetzan Auctioneer, 1x Moonglade Portal
  • Murloc Beast Druid Standard
    • Guide has been completely revamped for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion (changes not in changelog).

 

Hunter

 

Mage

 

Paladin

  • Murloc OTK Paladin Wild
    • Removed 1x Ivory Knight for 1x Sunkeeper Tarim
  • Egg Secrets Midrange Paladin Wild
    • Removed 1x Jeweled Scarab for 1x Devilsaur Egg.
  • Aggro Secrets Paladin Wild
    • Removed 1x Patches the Pirate, 2x Small-Time Buccaneer for 1x Haunted Creeper, 2x Lost in the Jungle.
  • Kaleidosaur Paladin Quest Standard
  • Grimy Goons Dragon Paladin Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Worgen Infiltrator, 1x Faerie Dragon, 1x Netherspite Historian, 1x Truesilver Champion for 2x Zombie Chow, 2x Shielded Minibot, 1x Coghammer
  • N'Zoth Control Paladin Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Solemn Vigil, 1x Ragnaros, the Firelord, 1x Sylvannas Windrunner, 1x Humility for 2x Loot Hoarder, 2x Infested Tauren, 1x Forbidden Healing.
  • Murloc Aggro Paladin Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Abusive Sergeant, 2x Meanstreet Marshall, 1x Coldlight Oracle, 1x Sir Finley Mrrgglton for 2x Rockpool Hunter, 2x Primalfin Lookout, 1x Gentle Megasaur, 1x Vilefin Inquisitor.
    • -2 Bilefin Tidehunter, -1 Small-Time Recruits, +2 Hydrologist, +1 Gentle Megasaur.
      • Making it "-2x Abusive Sergeant, -2x Meanstreet Marshall, -1x Coldlight Oracle, -1x Sir Finley Mrrgglton, -2x Bilefin Tidehunter, -1x Small-Time Recruits for +2x Rockpool Hunter, +2x Pimalfin Lookout, +2x Gentle Megasaur, +1x Vilefin Inquisitor, +2x Hydrologist"
  • Budget Murloc Aggro Paladin Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Abusive Sergeant, 2x Meanstreet Marshall, 2x Coldlight Oracle for 2x Rockpool Hunter, 2x Primalfin Lookout, 2x Gentle Megasaur.
    • -2 Bilefin Tidehunter, +2 Hydrologist.
      • Making it "-2x Abusive Sergeant, -2x Meanstreet Marshall, -2x Coldlight Oracle, -2x Bilefin Inquisitor, for +2x Rockpool Hunter, +2x Primalfin Lookout, +2x Gentle Megasaur, +2x Hydrologist"
  • Budget Aggro Paladin Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Argent Horserider, 2x Keeper of Uldaman, 1x Small-Time Buccaneer, 1x Light's Justice for 2x Worgen Infiltrator, 2x Bittertide Hydra, 2x Argent Protector.
  • Aggro Paladin Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Argent Horserider, 2x Keeper of Uldaman, 1x Small-Time Buccaneer, 1x Sir Finley Mrrgglton for 2x Worgen Infiltrator, 2x Bittertide Hydra, 2x Defender of Argus.

 

Priest

 

Rogue

  • Caverns Below Rogue Quest Standard
  • Malygos Miracle Rogue Wild
    • Removed 1x Shiv for 1x Razoepetal Volley.
  • Questing Miracle Rogue Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion.
  • N'Zoth Thief Rogue Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Unearthed Raptor, 1x Sap for 2x Obsidian Shard.
  • Murloc Aggro Rogue Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Azure Drake, 2x Small-Time Buccaneer, 2x Tomb Pillager, 1x Argent Horserider, 1x Shadowstep for 2x Naga Corsair, 1x Argent Squire, 1x Argent Commander, 1x Shaku, the Collector, 1x Shadow Sensei, 1x Vilespine Slayer, 1x Bloodmage Thalnos.
  • Menagerie Aggro Rogue Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Azure Drake, 2x Small-Time Buccaneer, 1x Argent Horserider for 1x Argent Squire, 1x SI:7 Agent, 1x Shadow Sensei, 1x Vilespine Slayer, 1x Bloodmage Thalnos.
  • Aggro Rogue Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Buccaneer, 2x Small-Time Buccaneer, 2x Argent Horserider, 1x Lotus Assassin for 2x Swashburglar 1x Backstab, 1x Naga Corsair, 1x Edwin Vancleef, 1x Shaku, the Collector, 1x Vilespine Slayer.
  • Aggro Pirate Rogue Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Buccaneer, 2x Argent Horserider, 2x Tomb Pillager, 2x Azure Drake for 2x Argent Squire, 2x Naga Corsair, 1x Bloodmage Thalnos, 1x Shaku, the Collector, 1x Vilespine Slayer, 1x Argent Commander.
  • Caverns Below Aggro Rogue Quest Standard
  • Budget Caverns Below Rogue Quest Standard

 

Shaman

 

Warlock

  • Malygos Warlock Wild
    • Removed 1x Eater of Secrets for 1x Chittering Tunneler.
  • Leeroy Zoo Warlock Wild
    • Removed 1x Loatheb for 1x Ravenous Pterrordax
  • Reno Combo Warlock Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Shadowbolt, 1x Refreshment Vendor, 1x Felfire Potion, 1x Ragnaros, the Firelord for 1x Zombie Chow, 1x Darkbomb, 1x Imp-losion, 1x Antique Healbot.
  • Kazakus Zoo Warlock Standard
    • Updated for Journey to Un'Goro. -1 Reno Jackson, -1 Brann Bronzebeard, -1 Flame Juggler, -1 Lance Carrier, -1 Dark Peddler -1 Imp Gang Boss, -1 Power Overwhelming. +1 Ravenous Pterrodax, +1 Lakkari Felhound, +1 Darkshire Librarian, +1 Devilsaur Egg, +1 Glacial Shard, +1 Mortal Coil, +1 Ravasaur Runt.
  • Zoo Warlock Standard
    • Updated for Un'Goro. -2 Imp Gang Boss, -2 Dark Peddler, -2 Power Overwhelming -1 Defender of Argus, +1 Voidwalker +2 Devilsaur Egg, +2 Ravasaur Runt, +2 Ravenous Pterrordax
  • Murloc Discard Zoo Warlock Standard
    • Removed 2x Imp Gang Boss, 2x Dark Peddler for 2x Darkshire Librarian, 1x Clutchmother Zavas, 1x Chittering Tunneler.
  • Lakkari Sacrifice Warlock Quest Standard
  • Discard Zoo Warlock Standard
    • Updated for Journey to Un'Goro. -2 Dark Peddler, -2 Imp Gang Boss -1 Knife Juggler, -2 Defender of Argus, +1 Clutchmother Zavas, +2 Lakkari Felhound, +2 Ravasaur Runt, +1 Voidwalker, +1 Ravenous Pterrodax

 

Warrior

  • Pirate Warrior Wild
    • Removed 2x Small-Time Buccaneer, 1x Mortal Strike for 2x Southsea Captain, 1x Heroic Strike.
  • N'Zoth Control Warrior Wild
    • Removed 1x Armorsmith, 1x Piloted Shredder for 2x Direhorn Hatchling.
  • Murloc Dragon Warrior Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Blood to Ichor, 1x Kor'Kron Elite for 2x Death's Bite.
  • Hybrid Dragon Warrior Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Arcanite Reaper for 1x Death's Bite.
  • Dragon Warrior Wild
    • Deck moved to Wild for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Slamm, 1x Kor'kron Elite, 1x Ragnaros the Firelord for 2x Death's Bite, 1x Grommash Hellscream.
  • Curator Fire Plume's Heart Warrior Quest Standard
  • Southsea Captain Pirate Aggro Warrior Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Argent Horserider, 1x Sir Finley Mrrgglton, 2x Flame Juggler for 2x Heroic Strike, 2x Southsea Captain, 1x Frothing Berserker.
  • Pirate Aggro Warrior Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Argent Horserider, 1x Sir Finley Mrrgglton, for 1x Naga Corsair, 1x Acidic Swamp Ooze.
  • N'Zoth Control Warrior Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Revenge, 2x Bash, 1x Justicar Trueheart, 1x Sylvanas Windrunner, 1x Infested Tauren for 2x Twilight Summoner, 2x Direhorn Hatchling, 2x Ravaging Ghoul, 1x Ironforge Portal.
  • Control Warrior Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 2x Revenge, 2x Bash, 1x Justicar Trueheart, 1x Sylvanas Windrunner, 1x Ragnaros, the Firelord for 2x Armorsmith, 2x Direhorn Hatchling, 1x Tar Lord, 1x Stolen Goods, 1x Elise the Trailblazer.
  • C'Thun Control Warrior Standard
    • Deck updated for the Journey to Un'Goro expansion. Removed 1x Brann Bronzebeard, 1x Emperor Thaurissan, 1x Sylvanas Windrunner, 1x Justicar Trueheart for 2x Armorsmith, 1x Harrison Jones, 1x Cruel Taskmaster.

 

Other

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    Launch Week Changes

    Spoilers contain changes to wild decks and archetypes.

    Druid

    • Ultimate Jade
      • Renamed. Previously "Un'goro Jade"
      • Removed 1x Primordial Drake, 1x Tar Creeper for 1x Malfurion the Pestilent and 1x Ultimate Infestation.
    • Finja Beast
      • Removed 2x Tortollan Forager for 2x Druid of the Swarm.
    • Ender's Top 10 Aggro
      • Added
    • Kolentos's Taunt
      • Added
    • Safta11's Taunt
      • Added
      • Removed 2x Arcane Giant, 1x Swipe for 2x Mire Keeper, 1x Living Mana.
    • Zalae Jade
      • Added
    • Living Mana Aggro
      • Removed 2x Tortollan Forager, 2x Devilsaur Egg for 2x Druid of the Swarm, 2x Crypt Lord.
    • Dog's Ramp
      • Added
    • Ramp Quest
      • Removed 1x Jade Blossom, 1x Ysera, 1x Feral Rage for 1x Earthen Scales, 1x Bone Drake, 1x The Lich King.
    • Barnes Ramp
      • Removed 1x Feral Rage, 1x Deathwing, 1x Deathwing, Dragonlord for 1x The Lich King, 1x Hadronox, 1x Ultimate Infestation.
    Wild decks

    Hunter

    Wild decks
    • Hybrid Secret
      • Removed 1x Unleash the Hounds, 1x Sludge Belcher, for 1x Professor Putricide, 1x Corpse Widow.
    • Midrange
      • Removed 1x Jeweled Macaw, 1x Houndmaster for 2x Corpse Widow.

    Mage

    Wild decks
    • Fatigue
      • Removed 1x Cone of Cold for 1x Frost Lich Jaina.

    Paladin

    • Aggro
      • Removed 2x Grimstreet Outfitter, 2x Worgen Infiltrator for 2x Righteous Protector, 2x Acherus Veteran.
    • Budget Aggro
      • Removed 2x Meanstreet Marshall, 2x Worgen Infiltrator for 2x Acherus Veteran, 2x Righteous Protector.
    Wild decks

    Priest

    • N'Zoth Quest
      • Removed 2x Shifting Shade, 1x Mirage Caller, for 2x Bone Drake, 1x Obsidian Statue.
    • Combo Dragon
      • Removed 1x Potion of Madness, 1x Deathwing for 2x Bone Drake.
    • Combo
      • Removed 2x Priest of the Feast for 2x Spirit Lash.
    • Miracle Dragon
      • Removed 2x Book Wyrm for 2x Bone Drake.
    • Miracle
      • Removed 2x Auchenai Soulpriest, 1x Binding Heal, 1x Thoughtsteal, 1x Holy Smite, for 2x Eternal Servitude, 2x Spirit Lash, 2x Archbishop Benedictus.
    Wild decks
    • N'Zoth Control
      • Removed 1x Crystalline Oracle for 1x Obsidian Statue.
    • Control
      • Removed 2x Museum Curator for 1x Shadow Word: Death, 1x Archbishop Benedictus.
    • N'Zoth Resurrect
      • Removed 1x Ragnaros the Firelord for 1x Obisidian Statue.

    Rogue

    Shaman

    Wild decks
    • Wall
      • Removed 1x Cairne Bloodhoof, 1x Bog Creeper for 2x Snowfury Giant.

    Warlock

    Wild decks
    • Leeroy Zoo
      • Removed 1x Abusive Sergeant for 1x Acherus Veteran.

    Warrior

    • Tako3_1388 Pirate
      • Added
    • Taunt Quest
      • Removed 1x Whirlwind, 1x Dirty Rat, 1x Ravaging Ghoul, 1x Bloodhoof Brave for 2x Blood Razor, 1x Brawl, 1x The Lich King.
    • C'Thun Control
      • Removed 1x Cruel Taskmaster, for 1x Dead Man's Hand.
    • Control
      • Removed 2x Direhorn Hatchling, 1x Ysera, 1x Whirlwind for 2x Dead Man's Hand, 1x Blood Razor, 1x The Lich King.
    • Fatigue Control
      • Removed 1x Prince Malchezaar, 1x Yogg-Saron, Hope's End, 1x I Know a Guy for 2x Dead Man's Hand, 1x Blood Razor.
    • N'Zoth Control
      • Removed 1x Stolen Goods, 1x Infested Tauren, 1x Alley Armorsmith for 1x Arfus, 1x Blood Razor, 1x Bone Drake.
    Wild decks

     

    Other:

    • Arena Tier Lists Updated
    • Adventure Guides for Prologue and The Lower Citadel added.
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    Hey, just like every expansion, I have built a list of updates and changes made in the last week or so, sorted by class. If you have any suggestions, please, do let me know! 

    Druid

    • Living Mana Aggro Druid Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Ravasaur Runt, 2x Defender of Argus, 2x Power of the Wild, 2x Argent Squire for 2x Dire Mole, 2x Cobalt Scalebane, 2x Southsea Captain, 2x Branching Paths

    • Jungle Giants Ramp Druid Quest Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Innervate, 2x Primordial Drake, 2x Giant Anaconda, 2x Bog Creeper, 1x Curator, 1x Moonglade Portal, 1x Barnes for 2x Cursed Disciple, 1x Harrison Jones, 1x Corrosive Sludge, 1x Medivh, the Guardian, 1x Kun the Forgotten King, 1x Twig of the World Tree, 2x Ultimate Infestation

    • Finja Beast Druid Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Elder Longneck, 2x Verdant Longneck for 2x Dire Mole, 2x Cobalt Scalebane.

    • Barnes Ramp Druid Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Jade Blossom, 1x Moonglade Portal, 1x Ultimate Infestation, 1x Feral Rage, 1x Soggoth the Slitherer for 2x Branching Paths, 1x Ixlid, Fungal Lord, 1x Twig of the World Tree, 2x Lesser Jasper Spellstone.

    Hunter

    Mage

    • Big Spell Mage archetype added

    • Aggro Secret Mage Deck added

    • Time Warp Giants Mage Quest Deck updated
      • Removed 2x Kabal Courier, 2x Ghastly Conjurer, 1x Babbling Book, 1x Blood Mage Thalnos, 1x Volcanic Potion, 1x Arcane Giant for 2x Cabalist's Tome, 2x Leyline Manipulator, 2x Shifting Scroll, 1x Blizzard, 1x Aluneth.
    • Exodia Mage Quest Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Coldlight Oracle, 2x Ghastly Conjurer, 1x Babbling Book, 1x Blood Mage Thalnos for 2x Leyline Manipulator, 2x Shifting Scroll, 1x Cabalist's Tome, 1x Aluneth.

    • Elemental Mage Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Water Elemental, 1x Sindragosa, 1x Tol'vir Stoneshaper, 1x Arcane Intellect for 2x Lesser Ruby Spellstone, 2x Leyline Manipulator, 1x Aluneth.

    • Burn Mage Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Kabal Courier, 1x Polymorph for 1x Aluneth, 2x Doomsayer

    • Budget Elemental Mage Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Water Elemental, 2x Fire Fly for 2x Lesser Ruby Spellstone, 2x Leyline Manipulator.

    • Barnes Tempo Mage Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Water Elemental, 1x Acolyte of Pain for 1x Aluneth, 2x Leyline Manipulator.

    Paladin

    • Silver Hand Paladin archetype added

    • Ender's Murloc Aggro Paladin Deck added

    • Cocosasa's Aggro Paladin Deck added

    • Murloc Aggro Paladin Deck updated
      • Removed 2x Primalfin Lookout, 2x Grimestreet outfitter, 2x Smuggler's Run, 1x Small-Time Recruits, 1x Bluegill Warrior for 2x Righteous Protector, 2x Call to Arms, 2x Unidentified Maul 1x Sunkeeper Tarim.
    • Budget Murloc Aggro Paladin Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Smuggler's Run, 2x Grimstreet Outfitter, 2x Primfalfin Lookout, 2x Small-Time Recruits for 2x Call to Arms, 2x Unidentified Maul, 2x Rallying Blade, 2x Righteous Protector

    • Budget Aggro Paladin Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Smuggler's Run, 2x Grimestreet Outfitter, 2x Truesilver Champion, 2x Small-Time Recruits, 2x Selfless Hero, 2x Defender of Argus, 2x Argent Protector for 2x Lost in the Jungle, 2x Drygulch Jailor, 2x Call to Arms, 2x Direwolf Alpha, 2x Knife Juggler, 2x Sneak Devil.

    • Aggro Paladin Standard Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Smuggler's Run, 2x Defender of Argus, 2x Truesilver Champion, 2x Small-Time Recruits, 2x Meanstreet Marshall, 2x Selfless Hero, 1x Tirion Fordring for 2x Call to Arms, 2x Lost in the Jungle, 2x Knife Juggler, 2x Direwolf Alpha, 1x Val'anyr, 1x Sunkeeper Tarim, 2x Unidentified Maul, 1x Leeroy Jenkins.

    Priest

    Rogue

    • Giant Miracle Rogue Deck updated
      • -1 Shadowstep, -1 Cold Blood, -1 Mimic Pod, -1 Vilespine Slayer, -1 Sherazin Corpse Flower, +2 Shiv, +2 Fal'dorei Strider, +1 Elven Minstrel
      • Renamed to Zananananan's Giant Miracle Rogue Deck
    • Tempo Rogue Deck updated

      • Removed 2x Loot Hoarder, 2x Defender of Argus, 2x Dread Corsair, 2x Shadow Rager, 2x Deadly Poison, 2x Cold Blood, 2x Argent Squire for 2x Southsea Captain, 2x Corridor Creeper, 2x Cobalt Scalebane, 2x Firefly, 2x Tar Creeper, 2x Shadowstep, 1x Vilespine Slayer, 1x Prince Keleseth, 1x Sonya Shadowdancer.

    • Crystal Core Rogue Quest Deck updated

    Shaman

    • Nothing :'(

    Warlock

    Warrior

    Other

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        Group D has representatives from all 4 big regions: Surrender from Korea, OmegaZero from China, Fr0Zen from the US and Neirea from Ukraine. Jung-Soo "Surrender" Kim had a tense first match against Zheng "OmegaZero" Lin. The Korean player, whom a lot of people have voted for, ultimately won the series with 3-2. Then, it was Yevgeniy "Neira" Shumilin against Frank "Fr0zen" Zhang. Neirea must have noticed the performance of Sintolol's Big Spells Mage, because he quickly banned Fr0zen's Mage (he's a notoriously good Freeze Mage player). However, this wasn't enough since the American player easily beat Neirea with a score of 3-1.
        Neira also lost with the same score from OmegaZero in the elimination match. Thus, both of Ukraine's players (Kolento and Neirea) were eliminated.
        The winner's match between Surrender and Fr0zen was intense. The Korean Summer Champion also saw that Mage was a force to be reckoned with and he banned that deck, letting the audience finally see a Warlock deck in action during the World Championship. Surrender played impressively with his Priest in the first game against Fr0zen's Druid. However's Fr0zen won the two next games in a row, putting Surrender in a difficult position. The next match, with Fr0zen's Cubelock and Surrender's Aggro Druid, was very close: Surrender got lucky in the end and he evened out the score. In the last game, Cubelock proved to be a liability for Fr0zen, as his draw was weak, and Surrender managed to come out at the top of his group (3-2).
        Group D Match W-L Surrender 2-0 Fr0zen 1-1 OmegaZero 1-1 Neirea 0-2 Final Remarks
        It became apparent from this deck that players, who brought unique decks and not the usual meta ones, stood out. We saw that the previous day with Orange's Hunter. Now, it was Sintolol's Big Spells Mage that made the difference in Group C. The experienced players of Group D must have noticed that Mage's performance, because Fr0zen's Mage was banned in both games he played. On the other hand, the traditional Priest, Druid and especially Rogue meta decks have had an average performance, while Fr0zen's Cubelock showed that maybe Warlock isn't so powerful as it seems.
        If there was one player that left an impression to the audience, it was Europe's sole champion to secure a guaranteed spot in the quarterfinals, Sintolol. He made some really smart plays that left everyone with their mouth open and he remained humble and sincere in his post-game interviews. On the other hand, the Group D winner Surrender had two very close games (3-2). Even though he showed his talent with Highlander Priest once again, it was mostly luck and not skill that helped him win these two games. Of course, he still remains a favourite for the World Championship and his reactions are always amusing to watch.
        The decider matches are currently underway and we'll be back later today with another recap!
      • By Zadina

        The final stage of the HCT 2017 Worldc Championship has kicked off with the group stage. On Thursday, we saw matches on groups A and B. Beware because spoilers are following!
        Group A
        This group consists of Frederik "Hoej" Nielsen, Julien "DocPwn" Bachand, Jon "Orange" and Chen "tom60229" Wei Lin. The first match of the day was between the Danish Hoej vs the Canadian DocPwn (2-3). This was one of the longest matches, with both players displaying exceptional skill. It all culminated into the 5th game, where DocPwn managed to get his Keleseth Rogue early game going and beat Hoej's Priest. In the other game, tom60229 from Taiwan easily beat Orange from Sweden with a score of 3-1.
        The two defeated players, Hoej and Orange, proceeded to play against each other. Hoej's Murloc Paladin, the deck that made him stand out compared to other contestants, betrayed him as he lost 3 times in a row with it! Thus, one of the favourites for the World Championship was eliminated. DocPwn also sweeped his opponent tom, but he had a much harder time. Their last game, with Keleseth Rogue for DocPwn and Jade Druid for tom, had quite a few upsets and you should definitely watch it.
        The decider match between Orange and tom60229 will take place on Saturday.
        Group A Match W-L Total W-L DocPwn 2-0 6-2 Orange 1-1 4-3 tom60229 1-1 3-4 Hoej 0-2 2-6 Group B
        Muzahidul "Muzzy" Islam, Jason "JasonZhou" Zhou, Aleksandr "Kolento" Malsh and Samuel "SamuelTsao" Tsao play in this group. Muzzy, who represents America and is one of the favourite's to win the World Championship, beat the Chinese JasonZhou with a score of 3-1. In the next match, even though SamuelTsao made some mistakes, he managed to even the score with the Ukranian legend. In their final game, the young Taiwanese's Priest beat Kolento's Druid with an impressive 46-damage OTK (3-2).
        The elimination series between Kolento and JasonZhou is totally nail-biting! The two experienced players evened out each other and it all came down to the final game with a Keleseth Rogue mirror match. Jason drew better and he managed to eliminate crowd favourite Kolento (along with everyone who voted for him) with a score of 3-2. SamuelTsao managed to beat Muzzy with the same score in another intense series. Their last match (Warlock vs Priest) had a lot of upsides, but in the end luck smiled to SamuelTsao.
        The decider match between Muzzy and JasonZhou will take place on Saturday.
        Group B Match W-L Total W-L SamuelTsao 2-0 6-4 Muzzy 1-1 5-4 JasonZhou 1-1 4-5 Kolento 0-2 4-6 Final Remarks
        Thursday was a day of surprises, particularly unpleasant ones for Europe. Favourites Kolento (RIP packs) and Hoej were eliminated; I am mostly suprised about Hoej, since he had one of the strongest deck line-ups of this Championship. Statistically speaking, I don't think we'll have a European World Champion this time.
        On the other hand, outsiders DocPwn and SamuelTsao managed to come out on the top of their groups. DocPwn's effort is certainly admirable, since he's not exactly a full-time professional Hearthstone player: he was calm, level-headed and showed some exceptional critical decision making. In contrast, Samuel's youth and inexperience were quite evident, but his opponents also underestimated him. I think he has a lot to show for in the future.
        The not-so-surprising highlight of the day was Warlock being banned in almost all matches. Among the decks that stood out were Orange's Hunter (he's the only one that brought one and he won 2/2 of his games with it) and JasonZhou's interestingly teched Aggro Druid.
        Day 2 of the Group Stage is currently underway, so make sure to watch it!
      • By Zadina

        The two Hearthstone developers talked to IGN about the design process behind some of the most impactful cards from Kobolds & Catacombs.
        First of all, Peter Whalen and Mike Donais confirmed that there will be an update on February, a month after the World Championship. This patch will contain new events and possibly balance changes. They will take a look at the meta as it's been and as it is in the World Championship and they will decide accordingly.
        Moving on, they talked about some of the classes and how K&C cards have affected them. Starting with Warlock, Cubelock was a deck that was tested internally and it was an archetype the team was "certainly concerned about and [they] played a bunch of games with it". Carnivorous Cube was also tested internally in Recruit Hunter and in Quest Druid. As far as Possessed Lackey is concerned, there was a second version of it that read "Battlecry: If you control a Demon, Recruit a Demon", while Dark Pact was 0 mana at some point. Lastly, Rin, the First Disciple's seals used to have different effects and Azari, the Devourer was a 15/15 untargetable minion.
        The two devs talked next about the other dominating class of the current meta: Priest. Mike Donais pointed out that Highlander Priest was already doing well, so it was only given one new card: Psychic Scream. On the other hand. Big Priest has a pretty medium win rate, even though it can feel frustrating to play against. It's also a deck that will lose several cards in the upcoming rotation. At this point, the devs repeated that they are looking forward to develop and see in action new playstyles in the post-Barnes era. Finally, during the design process Twilight's Call could summon any minion, not just Deathrattles, but this was deemed too powerful.
        The next class to be discussed was Rogue. The team is happy with how balanced the Kingsbane Rogue deck turned out to be. Some internal iterations of the Rogue legendary weapon were dual-wielded daggers or a weapon that had the Battlecry: Discover a card, everything you draw is a copy of that. Mike also talked about Valeera the Hollow: he expected her to be more powerful than she already is, but maybe players will find a way to use her more in the future.
        There were a few words about Hearthstone's currently weakest class: Shaman. The devs think that the Shaman Spellstone is a powerful "sleeper" card, although maybe there's presently not a proper deck for it. They were also slightly worried about Unstable Evolution. Another "sleeper" card for them is Warrior's Drywhisker Armorer.
        An important point is that when asked about Corridor Creeper, Peter said that it's "one of the cards that raised a red flag". Lastly, they talked about King Togwaggle and the numerous iterations he had - all around swapping decks with your opponent. The penalty on the spell card isn't high enough on purpose, because they didn't want Togwaggle to be a super competitive card.
        I've tried to summarise the most important points, but you should definitely check out the entire interview on IGN. There's much more detail behind the design process of Kobolds & Catacombs, while there is also temp artwortk of cards as well as two cards that never made it into the game!
      • By Aleco

        Players can earn up to three free packs for logging in to Hearthstone during the Hearthstone World Championships.
        The folks over at Hearthpwn.com have learned from data mining of patch 10.0 that the Hearthstone World Championships will offer players three free packs as daily login rewards. The first day of the championships will give players a Journey to Un'Goro pack, the second day a Knights of the Frozen Throne pack, and the third a Kobolds & Catacombs pack. The Hearthstone home screen will also change to sparkling white theme honor the World Championships.

        Along with this week's awesome Tavern Brawl featuring World Championship winning decks, this marks the first time that Blizzard has brought Hearthstone eSports all the way to the Hearthstone client. Given the recent start of the Overwatch League and the choose your champion feature for the World Championships, it seems that Blizzard is supporting competitive gaming now more than ever.
      • By Zadina

        This week's Brawl honours the 3 previous Hearthstone World Champions!
        The 2018 World Championship is about to begin and Team 5 is celebrating by giving us a very special Tavern Brawl. In this Brawl, you get to play with decks that the previous world champions from 2014, 2015 and 2016 used on their way to the top. Your player name will even change to the respective Champion: Firebat, Ostkaka or Pavel!
        Here are the deck archetypes you can get:
        Firebat's Undertaker Hunter Firebat's Ramp Druid Firebat's Miracle Rogue Firebat's Zoolock Ostkaka's Patron Warrior Ostkaka's Oil Rogue Ostkaka's Freeze Mage Pavel's Tempo Mage Pavel's Malygos Miracle Rogue Pavel's Midrange Shaman Pavel's C'Thun Warrior Pavel's Malygos OTK Druid You might think: "why would I want to play a deck from 2014 with cards that have been nerfed"? Well, all cards are on their pre-nerfed versions, therefore they are basically in the same state as when originally used by each World Champion. So, say hello to pre-nerf Undertaker, Leper Gnome, Hex and many others.
        Amnesiac can never catch a break.
        A slight inconsistency is that cards that generate other cards or tokens, like Piloted Shredder or Babbling Book, can generate cards/tokens from later expansions. For example, my opponent's dead Shredder created Friendly Bartender, a card that neither Champion had encountered at their time.
        Enjoy the Brawl and tune in to the World Championship this weekend!