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Aggro Druid Deck List Guide

Last updated on Dec 08, 2017 at 06:30 by Pesty 11 comments

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Aggro Druid is a very aggressive archetype that aims to flood the board and swiftly kill opponents before they are able to get control of the board. It takes full advantage of Innervate to develop a strong board as early as possible and to gain initiative over opponents.

Druid also has incredibly powerful tools that can take full advantage of strong board positions and allow them to snowball rapidly out of control using cards like Power of the Wild and Mark of the Lotus. To end the game Aggro Druid decks often use Savage Roar as a cheap source of burst damage when there are many minions in play.

Below, you will find link to our deck lists for Aggro Druid, starting with our featured deck, which we consider the most common variant.

Living Mana Aggro Druid Deck is a fairly standard variant of Aggro Druid. It plays the cheapest minions to flood the board as fast as possible to get the maximum value from Mark of the Lotus and Branching Paths. If early aggression fails to be sufficient, Living Mana is available to flood the board again and give a second wind.

Finja Beast Druid Deck takes a slower approach to Aggro Druid and uses Beast synergies as the foundation for the deck. It trades away a significant portion of early-game strength in favour of a consistently strong board presence throughout the game. This variant also takes advantage of the power of Finja, the Flying Star to populate the board in addition to the The Curator as strong card draw due to the Beasts, Dragons, and Murlocs available.

This DerpyTroller's Rank 1 Legend Aggro Druid Deck takes a slightly slower approach than most Aggro Druid variants. It uses Bonemare and Black Knight as powerful mid-game tempo plays to remove the huge dependency on early-game board dominance. It was created and piloted by DerpyTroller to hit rank 1 Legend in August 2017.

Ender's Top 10 Aggro Druid Deck is a variant of Aggro Druid that utilises powerful new additions from the Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion. It was created and piloted by Ender to reach top 10 Legend in August 2017.

Wild Egg Token Druid Deck is an extremely powerful Aggro Druid variant which gains it name from its use of Dragon Egg and Nerubian Egg. The use of eggs in addition to other Deathrattle minions makes incredibly resilient boards to greatly increase consistency.

Wild Aggro Beast Druid Deck is a Midrange version of Aggro Druid designed to curve out using the most powerful minions in each Mana slot. The Mana acceleration from Innervate and Darnassus Aspirant in combination with the most efficient minions available makes it incredibly hard for opponents to keep up. Savage Roar is used in addition to multiple Charge minions to finish off opponents who fall behind.

Cheap Wild Aggro Beast Druid Deck is a great starting point for players who wish to learn Aggro Druid and are on a budget. This variant cuts the more expensive cards in favour of cheaper ones while aiming to be as competitive as possible.

1. Aim of the Archetype

Aggro Druid decks aim to explode onto the board as early as possible and quickly snowball out of control before opponents are able to get comfortable. Despite being one of the most aggressive archetypes in the game, maintaining control of the board is a high priority, making the most efficient trades possible. Making efficient trades allows for the strongest possible board position for cards like Mark of the Lotus. Furthermore, dealing direct damage to opponents is a very low priority as most games are won by bursting down opponents using Savage Roar with a strong board position.

2. Strengths and Weaknesses

The strength and weaknesses of Aggro Druid come down the deck itself and its dependency on draws. With the correct draws, Aggro Druid can be almost impossible to beat due to the explosive starts possible with Innervate and the speed with which games can be won. Similarly, if a good board position cannot be developed within the first 2 turns then it is very difficult to get into a strong board position as opponents will have access to more powerful minions and spells to fight for the board, making it almost impossible to win.

3. Key Cards and Crafting

Living Mana is the most important card for Aggro Druid decks, if played on Turn 5 or later, it guarantees at least 5 minions for a single card which is excellent for solidifying a board position or for fighting back onto the board after a poor early-game.

Vicious Fledgling is another extremely powerful card in Aggro Druid. Although it does not directly fit the usual board flooding strategy, if it is played early either with Innervate or after a strong opener it can quickly snowball out of control and win games on its own if you can pull off multiple direct attacks.

The minions in Aggro Druid are quite flexible, there are multiple spells that are great at helping improve your board positions, such as Mark of the Lotus, Power of the Wild, and Mark of Y'Shaarj.

4. ChangeLog

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  • 04 Aug. 2017: Added new guide format for the Aggro Druid Archetype.
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