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Wild Growth — Druid Card

Last updated on Jan 02, 2016 at 17:40 by Sottle 32 comments

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Wild Growth is a Druid-only spell. 2 copies of this card are given to you with the Basic set of the game. You receive a golden version of this card for reaching Level 23 and 26 with Druid. Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.

1. General Comments

Wild Growth is a staple card for any Midrange or late-game focused Druid deck. By allowing you to accelerate your Mana it allows to get ahead of your opponent by sacrificing Tempo for one turn to gain it over the long term. When combined further with Innervate, it can allow you to rush out huge minions way before your opponent is ready to deal with them.

2. Constructed Play

Wild Growth is a must include card in any Midrange or Control Druid deck. The advantage you gain by having this card in your opening hand is too beneficial to pass up, and it is only really poor for a small window of time between turn 7-9. Before this it can still be used to accelerate your Mana, and after this on turn 10 and beyond, it allows you to draw a card using Excess Mana.

3. Arena

Wild Growth is an average card in Arena. Although it can win you the occasional game where you draw a really strong Mana curve, generally you will not be accelerating into powerful enough cards to make the loss of Tempo in the early-game worth it.

4. Icy Veins Decks that Contain this Card

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