Blizzard hat gestern Abend eine neue Ausgabe des Off-Meta-Spotlights veröffentlicht. Vorgestellt werden darin dieses mal ein Krieger-, ein Schurken- und ein Priester-Deck, die auf dem Legenden-Rang erfolgreich waren.
- Fatigue Warrior von Selkr (60,8% Siegrate)
- Malygos Rogue von 致命之足 (61,5% Siegrate)
- Buff Priest von Guard1019 (66,3% Siegrate)
Have you been looking for a change of pace in Hearthstone? Maybe you’d like to try a new deck or class on the ladder, but don’t know where to start. If you’ve been craving something new and different, take a look at our Off-Meta Report and spice things up with some interesting decks that have been performing well at the rank of Legend!
Many Control Warrior decks typically opt to include only Odd-cost cards so they can have an upgraded Hero Power, but this one takes a different approach. With the infinite value generation of two Dead Man’s Hands, you can outlast every threat thrown in your path and win the game via fatigue. Europe’s Selkr outlasted his opponents to achieve a 60.8% winrate.
The Boomsday Project gave rogue a few new tricks to use with Deathrattle minions. This deck uses Necrium Blade and Necrium Vial on a Kobold Illusionist to summon multiple copies of Malygos for an OTK. Opponents will suspect your Secrets to be Evasion—surprise them with Sudden Betrayal! 致命之足 from China took this deck to a 61.5% winrate.
This Buff Priest deck takes a simpler approach to winning. Instead of intricate combos, play lots of high health minions, buff them up with Extra Arms and Divine Spirit, and then finish them off with Inner Fire! Eternal Servitude is an interesting inclusion that has great synergy with Injured Blademaster and Witchwood Grizzly. Guard1019 from the Asia server flexed their muscles for a 66.3% winrate with this deck.