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Wild Midrange Hunter Deck

Last updated on Aug 10, 2017 at 19:49 by Pesty 28 comments

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This Midrange Hunter build is an updated list for the Wild Meta. The deck takes advantage of many powerful Deathrattle minions to keep a strong board presence to keep up heavy pressure on opponents.

1. Card List

This deck costs 4,440 Arcane Dust and it is made up of the following cards.

Hunter Cards Neutral Cards

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2. Mana Curve

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3. Comments On The Variation

The Wild variation of Midrange Hunter plays out very similar to Standard variations, however it adds in powerful Deathrattle minions exclusive to the Wild format that are hard to remove or that have powerful effects such as Mad Scientist, Webspinner, Piloted Shredder, and Dr. Boom. These powerful additions allow the deck to play even more aggressively and put heavy pressure onto opponents.

4. Pros and Cons

There is little drawback to Wild-exclusive additions which only add to the overall power and consistency of the deck. However, as opponents will also have access to a larger card pool, there are many strong defensive cards such as Sludge Belcher, Antique Healbot, and Reno Jackson that opponents can use to slow the deck down.

4.1. Card Swaps

King's Elekk can be played in place of Crackling Razormaw to try to add some card draw to the deck.

The Secret setup is relatively flexible. Freezing Trap should be kept as at least a single copy, but Cat Trick and Snake Trap can also be used in place of the other Secrets.

Dreadscale can be used in place of one Piloted Shredder in order to further counter aggressive token focused decks like Secret Paladin.

Piloted Shredder can be cut from the deck to make room for Infested Wolf, which is a markedly similar card, only with additional Beast synergy.

Loatheb can be replaced with Barnes to further take advantage of the many powerful Deathrattle minions in the deck..

5. About the Author

This deck is presented to you by Pesty, a professional Hearthstone player playing since closed beta. She is a consistent legend player in both Wild and Standard with multiple high-rank finishes.

6. ChangeLog

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  • 10 Aug. 2017: Guide updated for KotFT expansion. Removed 1x Jeweled Macaw, 1x Houndmaster for 2x Corpse Widow.
  • 10 Jun. 2017: Various changes to text for new Icy Veins format. Removed 1x Freezing Trap, 1x Call of the Wild for 1x Webspinner, 1x Quickshhot.
  • 02 Apr. 2017: Removed 2x Knife Juggler, 1x Webspinner, 1x Unleah the Hounds for 2x Jeweled Macaw, 2x Crackling Razormaw.
  • 21 Dec. 2016: This deck has been updated for the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan meta.
  • 27 Jun. 2016: This deck has been reviewed and deemed appropriate for the current Wild meta.
  • 25 Apr. 2016: Update for Wild Meta and to reflect card nerfs.
  • 15 Mar. 2016: Deck has been reviewed and deemed appropriate for Season 24.
  • 18 Feb. 2016: Added LoE card swap suggestions, deck is still meta appropriate overall.
  • 11 Nov. 2015: Removed 1 x Bear Trap, 1 x Stranglethorn Tiger, 2 x King's Elekk for 2 x Knife Juggler, 1 x Explosive Trap, 1 x Unleash the Hounds.
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