Naga Fel Demon Hunter Deck - Voyage to the Sunken City

Last updated on Apr 15, 2022 at 10:00 by Kat 1 comment

This guide contains detailed Strategy, Mulligan, and deck-building information to help you play Naga Fel Demon Hunter in The Voyage to the Sunken City expansion meta.

Naga Fel Demon Hunter is an aggressive deck that uses the natural synergy between Naga minions and spells to curve onto the board in a tempo-heavy style. The almost-exclusive use of Fel spells in the deck opens up the use of the deck's finisher, Jace Darkweaver, to close out end games if opponents are able to survive until Turn 8.

Card List

Demon Hunter Cards
1 Dreadprison Glaive FAV 1
1 Fury (Rank 1) FitB 2
1 Multi-Strike VSC 2
1 Sigil of Alacrity UiS 2
2 Battleworn Vanguard FAV 2
2 Chaos Strike Core 2
2 Fel Barrage UiS 2
2 Spectral Sight Core 2
3 Aldrachi Warblades Core 2
3 Lady S'theno VSC 1
3 Predation VSC 2
4 Felgorger UiS 2
4 Glaiveshark VSC 2
6 Kurtrus, Demon-Render FAV 1
8 Jace Darkweaver UiS 1
Neutral Cards
1 Vicious Slitherspear VSC 2
2 Amalgam of the Deep VSC 1
5 Queen Azshara VSC 1

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Naga Fel Demon Hunter Deck Mulligan Guide

As Naga Fel Demon Hunter is a tempo deck, it is important to use your mulligan to find several early-game plays in order to secure control of the board early.

  • General Mulligan (keep regardless of what your opponent is playing)Vicious Slitherspear, Battleworn Vanguard, Sigil of Alacrity.
  • Mulligan against Aggro (also keep if you think you are playing against an aggressive deck)Fel Barrage.
  • Mulligan against Control (also keep if you think you are playing against a slow deck) — No further cards required.

Naga Fel Demon Hunter Deck Strategy

In the early game, you should look to quickly secure the board with cheap minions like Vicious Slitherspear and Battleworn Vanguard, making use of Multi-Strike, Fel Barrage, and your Hero Power to clean up any opposing minions as needed.

As you move into the mid game, you should continue improving your board, making full use of your Mana where possible. However, you should not unnecessarily use up your 0-Cost spells like Predation and those discounted by Sigil of Alacrity as these can be used in the future to activate Queen Azshara and Lady S'theno or to simply protect your board in a future turn.

As you reach the later turns, you can begin assessing the damage caused by your early turns to decide the late-game plan. If you have dealt significant damage, you can continue on the same trajectory to deal the remaining damage. If you are a little bit further away, you can use Queen Azshara to generate a copy of Xal'atath to squeeze out some extra damage. If your mid game was less successful, you can alternatively generate a Horn of Ancients instead to generate a Colossal minion to fight for board control. If the game lasts until Turn 8, you can additionally follow up with Jace Darkweaver for a final burst of damage to end the game.

Against Aggro, you should do everything in your power to keep the board under control. The multitude of Fel spells in the deck are excellent at achieving this, allowing any of your minions that stick to the board deal the damage necessary to win the game.

Against Control, you should be a bit more conservative with your card usage, making use of card draw to refil your hand if you already have minions in place, to ensure you do not lose to a board clear. You can additionally try to maximise your Fel spell usage if you have Jace Darkweaver in hand to ensure you are able to deal the maximum amount of damage when you play it, overcoming any healing your opponent might have played.

Naga Fel Demon Hunter Deck Card Swaps

  • Against Control — Add 2x Need for Greed for 2x Spectral Sight for stronger but slower card draw.


  • 15 Apr. 2022: Guide added.
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