We're a week into the new Hearthstone season and hey, why not take it slow?
No problem, we've got your back! Here's a list of some uncommon archetypes that will help you to have some fun while achieving your seasonal rewards! Craft at your own risk!
Highlander Dragon Demon Hunter
It's like Demon Hunter, but with Dragons. Zalae played a decent amount of high Legend games with this list at the end of the last season.
The archetype? Definitely not a clickbait. Definitely.
No Minion Mage
Teach those pesky Druids how you really play a deck without minions.
P.S. Writer's recommended choice - it's hella fun.
Totem Carpet Shaman
Totem Shaman has always been around since the release of Ashes of Outland. Totemic Reflection is surely an excellent card, but it's not quite enough to make the deck competitive. Maybe the inclusion of Magic Carpet, one of the funniest yet consistent cards from Rise of Shadow, can shake things up a bit.
Recurring Villain Paladin
Ike really likes coming out of nowhere with his inventions: this time he brought to the table the interesting synergy between Libram of Wisdom and Recurring Villain, all in an aggro oriented build full of sticky minions. Interesting to say the least!
The archetype itself isn't new: since Zephrys the Great's release, we've seen many iterations of this build, all of them leaning to the Zoo-ish style of play.
What is the difference with this one? Sacrificial Pact does not target enemy Demons anymore, so this may be an opportunity for Lord Jaraxxus to (finally) shine again.
Are you playing anything that doesn't fit into the typical Standard archetypes? Show off your decks in the comments below!