One of the greatest joys in Hearthstone is watching players adapt and grow throughout the course of a competitive season. We’re always surprised and inspired by the awesome ways players look to evolve and grow decks on the ladder.
Today, we wanted to showcase a few creative decks that have been performing well at the rank of Legend.
To find these decks, we scoured the rankings for players that did well last week and picked out some interesting builds from amongst these top performers. We only selected decks that were played in 50 or more games at Legend level.
Starting things off, we have Moxis from the EU server. Mixing some mechanics from The Witchwood with a few tricks from Kobolds and Catacombs, Moxis piloted this deck to an impressive 63% winrate over the course of 76 games. Utilizing cards such as Witching Hour, Silver Vanguard, and Carnivorous Cube, this deck looks to bypass the Battlecry restriction of Charged Devilsaur, sending it directly at your opponent multiple times throughout the match!
Next up is evans from NA and their fishy take on Even Shaman. Posting an exciting 62% winrate over 74 games, evans looked to swarm opponents early with powerful tempo plays from Murkspark Eel, Vicious Scalehide, and Gentle Megasaur. If opponents are able to survive the onslaught, this deck has the ability to hold on in the late game with the triple threat of Al’Akir the Windlord, The Lich King, and Hagatha the Witch!
Rounding out our list, we have an interesting take on an Odd Warrior build. Trahison from the Asia server used a clever combination of tempo and value to achieve a superb 69% winrate over 53 games. Combining the Rush package with the Warrior’s powerful control cards, this was the top performing Warrior deck overall last week.
Congratulations to each of these players on an impressive journey through the Legend ranks of The Witchwood.
Good luck in The Witchwood!