Sea Giant — Neutral Card
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Sea Giant is a neutral minion. This card can be obtained from expert packs. Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.
1. General Comments
Sea Giant is a powerful card in various board flooding Aggro decks. Its downside is that it can activate the Big Game Hunter in your opponent's deck, when otherwise they will not have a target for it against your small aggressive minions.
2. Constructed Play
Sea Giant is an excellent choice for board flooding decks like Warlock Zoo, or some builds of Shaman. It can also be an excellent tech choice if the meta is full of these kinds of decks since the effect goes both ways.
Sea Giant is an extremely strong card in Arena. Even in games where you do not get to play it for a ridiculously low cost, it still represents strong value when played at 6 or 7 Mana. When playing Sea Giant pay close attention to whether you can play additional minions before it, lowering its cost even further. For example, any 1 Mana minion you have in your hand is essentially free if you aim to play a Sea Giant on the same turn.
4. Icy Veins Decks that Contain this Card
- Even Shaman Deck
- Hand Druid Deck
- The Lich King Druid Deck
- Nightbane Druid Deck (Heroic Mode)
- Cheap Lady Naz'jar Mage Deck (Heroic Mode)
- Cheap Razorgore the Untamed Warlock Deck (Heroic Mode)
- Legendary General Drakkisath Shaman Deck (Heroic Mode)
- Legendary General Drakkisath Priest Deck (Heroic Mode)
- Cheap Baron Geddon Warlock Deck (Heroic Mode)
- Cheap Ragnaros/Executus Priest Deck (Heroic Mode)
- Deathrattle Rogue
- Aggro Unite the Murlocs Quest Shaman Standard
- Spell Damage Mage
- Even Rogue
- Control Warlock
- Whizbang the Wonderful
- Warlock Dungeon Run
- Pull of the Day