5 Unique Decks Players Piloted to Legend #3

Tired of the same old rotation of Decks? Here are five unique decks from five different classes that players used in February to achieve Legend status.  We’ve seen a lot of new decks and innovation and I’m excited to highlight it in this ongoing monthly series.

This week features decks from the following players:


RenoJackson's Evolve/Overload Shaman

Renojackson's Control Evolve Shaman

Shaman has been in a rough spot since Kobolds and Catacombs, but it did gain some new powerful tools. RenoJackson was one of the few players experimenting Shaman last season and was able to pilot the featured list to Legend. The deck utilizes a lot of newer cards like Corridor Creeper, Snowfury Giant, Drakkari Defender, Unstable Evolution, and even Guild Recruiter for a sort of new-era, controlling Evolve Shaman deck.

Deck Code: AAEBAaoIAtIT688CDvqqAt/pAva9At/EAv7NArwU8+cC9QT+Bfm/AvXnAsfBAvvTAo3OAgA=

Eon's Miracle Kingsbane Rogue

Eon's Kingsbane Miracle Rogue

Kingsbane Rogue decks have been on the fringes of the Wild format since the deck’s conception, but players like Eon have been tuning the deck and having a lot of success. The deck is incredibly fun to play and capable of incredible swing turns as it builds an enormous Kingsbane. The deck boasts an incredible matchup against slower decks like Cubelock and any Priest deck.

Featured above is Eon’s take on the archetype. It foregoes the Mill plan with Shadowsteps for a Miracle package with Gadgetzan Auctioneers and Fal'dorei Striders.

Deck Code: AAEBAaIHCMQBmwXtBagIqc0Csc4CgNMCu+8CC7QBywPNA4gHpAeGCa8Q9bsC3NEC5dEC2+MCAA==

Awedragon's Facehunter

Awedragon's Face Hunter

Face Hunter continues to be a sleeper in the format as players continue to see success with the archetype. The deck is still as aggressive as ever and contains plenty of reach to get past pesky taunts with Kill Command and Quick Shot, and of course the Hunter Hero Power: Steady Shot.

Awedragon used the featured list to climb as high as rank 2 Legend last season. His deck features an extensive pirate package alongside plenty of weapons to enable them.

Deck Code: AAEBAR8ErwTZB5G8AuHjAg2oArUDqAXUBecH/gzbD/sP1BHquwKOwwL70wKL5QIA

Xaos' Mill Druid


Xaos' Mill Druid

Mill and Fatigue style druid decks have been on the rise in Wild as players combine the defensive power of Spreading Plague and Malfurion the Pestilent, the incredible armor gain from cards like Branching Paths, and the ability to answer any board with Poison Seeds and Naturalize.

Xaos, alongside many players like Sipiwi and Tsukaime have been experimenting with these styles of deck with a lot of success. Last season, I was able to to pilot a fatigue Druid deck to a Legend rank of 23. Look for these style of decks to be on the rise, as it has game against most decks in the metagame.

Featured here is Xaos’ original list which includes the Oaken Summons and Ironwood Golem package. The inclusion of a single Jade Idol allows the deck to play the powerful Ultimate Infestation without worrying about fatiguing.


Haze's Dragon Inner Fire Priest


Haze's Dragon Inner Fire Priest

The arrival of Duskbreaker has given Dragon Priest the tools it needed to regain competitiveness in the Wild Format. Against slower control decks, Dragon Combo Priest is capable of surprising amounts of burst damage with the Divine Spirit and Inner Fire combo. Against aggressive decks, the plethora of well statted minions and the insane AoE clear from Duskbreaker is more than enough to win the game.

Haze was able to pilot the featured deck to a rank 2 finish.




Have a cool deck that you reached Legend with? Tweet us at @_WildHS and we’d love to feature it in this ongoing series. Good luck out there on ladder and hope to see some creative brews out there!


AmpLive is a regular Legend player and has been playing Heathstone since the Beta in 2013. Ever since the release of the Wild Format, he has dived deep into the format and not looked back since. He created the website WildHs.com in the hopes to grow the Wild Community and provide much needed Wild Content. His favorite decks in the history of Hearthstone are Handlock, Classic Control Warrior, or any deck involving Aviana/Kun. When he isn't playing Hearthstone, he can often be found studying, programming, and enjoying the California sunshine.

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