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Bloodfury Zoo Warlock Deck

Last updated on Nov 12, 2017 at 17:16 by L0rinda 52 comments

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Bloodfury Zoo battles hard for the early board by using Bloodfury Potion to create a large minion early in the game. To enable this, Blood Imp is added as a virtually guaranteed target thanks to its Stealth ability. With 8 1-drop demons in the deck, Crystalweaver is also added to ensure that the deck has enough power to function well in the mid-game.

1. Card List

This deck costs 6,700 Arcane Dust and it is made up of the following cards.

Warlock Cards Neutral Cards

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2. Mana Curve


3. Comments On The Variation

This variant of Gul'dan Zoo focuses more on demon synergy than the more regular version. Blood Imp is surprisingly good in the deck, as it not only provides a Stealth target for the Bloodfury Potion, but its ability can also help your minions to trade up and survive in combat.

Crystalweaver is added to the deck for yet more synergy with your demons, but you should never forget that this is still a 5/4 minion for 4 Mana. If you have to play it without getting use out of its Battlecry, it is not a disaster. The times that you do get a use from the Battlecry will often get you so much value that you can immediately take control of the board from your opponent. If you already had control, the additional damage is also welcome.

4. Pros and Cons

This variation of the deck can provide more extreme results than Gul'dan Zoo due to the fairly fragile synergy of the Bloodfury Potion and the demons. When the deck gets a synergistic hand, it performs better than the Gul'dan variant, but when it does not, it is lacking Fire Fly for more consistent second turns. Against decks loaded with AoE, this variant misses Darkshire Councilman and you will have to weigh up how much to commit even more carefully than usual.

In contrast, against decks that try to fight for board with their minions, the Bloodfury Potion can often create a big advantage. With eight 1-drop demons in the deck, the Potion functions like a 3/3 Charge minion much of the time and this is more than enough to get a strong foothold in the early exchanges.

5. Quick Mulligan

For the large part, the mulligan remains the same as in the Gul'dan Zoo guide. You should, however, bear in mind that Blood Imp is a fantastic card with Bloodfury Potion, and you can keep these two together if you are given them. Beyond that, you can keep either card on its own if it looks like that card is going to aid your early game. For that to happen, you will require a demon with your Bloodfury Potion or relevant minions with your Blood Imp.

Your best early game cards are:

You should also keep any other 1-drop demons.

6. About the Author

L0rinda has extensive experience with Hearthstone. After starting out with Arena and becoming one of the most prominent streamers in that format, he moved over to Constructed and now primarily spends his time as a caster for Blizzard, Starladder, and Dreamhack.

7. ChangeLog

  • 12 Nov. 2017: Deck Added. This deck uses Bloodfury Potion, Blood Imp, and Crystalweaver for added demon synergy.
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