Toast's Evolve Shaman Deck
Table of Contents
- 1. Toast's Evolve Shaman Card List
- 2. Toast's Evolve Shaman Mana Curve
- 3. Comments On Toast's Evolve Shaman Variation
- 4. Strategy Update
- 5. Pros and Cons of Toast's Evolve Shaman
- 6. Quick Mulligan for Toast's Evolve Shaman
- 7. About the Author
- 8. ChangeLog
When Thrall, Deathseer was spoiled, it was clear that it would have a natural home in Evolve Shaman. Rattling Rascal producing a 5/5 minion was also a clearly strong option in the deck. Disguised Toast was the first player to popularise trying both at once, which makes for an aggressive build. Despite being more aggressive, the deck is still resilient in longer games.
1. Toast's Evolve Shaman Card List
This deck costs 7,260 and it is made up of the following cards.
|Shaman Cards||Neutral Cards|
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2. Toast's Evolve Shaman Mana Curve
3. Comments On Toast's Evolve Shaman Variation
Evolve Shaman was already a powerful archetype, and these additions from Knights of the Frozen Throne have only strengthened the deck further. The deck still plays the same way as in Un'Goro Evolve Shaman, it just has more options that do similar things.
4. Strategy Update
Any time that you were likely to play Doppelgangster and Evolve previously, then you should strongly consider playing Rattling Rascal and Evolve in this deck. The exception would usually be when you also have Doppelgangster in your hand, in which case you would probably proceed as before.
As there are now four good Evolve activators in the deck, it is less risky to play Doppelgangster without Evolving, especially if you have Thrall, Deathseer in your hand. This deck can make a wide board and win with Bloodlust very rapidly, so do not be afraid to set up lethal damage and make your opponent deal with it.
5. Pros and Cons of Toast's Evolve Shaman
Overall, this deck is stronger than its Un'Goro counterpart. It has, however, made sacrifices against very aggressive decks. Against those decks, you will now have to fight very hard for the board early on, and rely on the deck's ability to go wide to recover any lost value.
6. Quick Mulligan for Toast's Evolve Shaman
You should generally mulligan for the following cards:
7. 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.
8. ChangeLog+ show all entries - show only 10 entries
- 13 Aug. 2017: Deck Added. This Thrall, Deathseer build is a common variant of Evolve Shaman. Popularised by Disguised Toast.
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