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Ramp Up and Burst Down: A Guide to the New Druid
class in Hearthstone has been popular in the constructed meta since beta and is still being refined to this day. The StrifeCro Ancient Watcher decks were huge for a while, followed by the Token Druid which was more aggressive and recently the Ramp Druid deck was all the rage after Gaara won Dreamhack with it. Now we are seeing a new sleeker version of the Druid with elements of all three decks. It is quite consistent against the current meta and has a lot of tools to control the board as well as finishers to get that last bit of damage in for the victory.
I’m not sure who created this exact version but I’ve seen
play it a bunch on his stream and even get to Legend rank 1 with this exact deck. In this article we will discuss why the cards that make up this deck work well together, the deck's play style and how to mulligan your opening hand.
Continue Reading and learn to play the Burst Ramp Druid!
23/06/2014 alle 21:05
Mage is All the Rage
Constructed play has a quickly shifting meta game that favors a different class every week. Arena, on the other hand, has had one top dog class for an extended period of time.
is a powerhouse in arena even after getting nerfed to the ground in constructed. If you want to be successful in arena you have to learn to beat Mages. Of course, you can also just pick Mage yourself but that’s the easy way out. Let’s take a look at why Mages are so good in arena and what you have to do to beat them. The road to 12 wins will always go through Mages at some point so beating them is a key to success.
What makes Mages so good in arena? Mages have some of the most efficient removal in the game and almost all of the cards that make mage so good are common cards which means they have a high chance to be offered up in arena drafts.
Continue Reading for details on what makes Mages strong in arena, and how to counter them!
16/06/2014 alle 19:03