The Darkmoon Faire Mini-Set has been released and with it came yet another broken combo in Wild. However, we won't have to suffer long this time as a nerf was already announced. Regardless of the amount of Tillers on the move, let's take a look what our community members have been tinkering with the new cards.

Tiller OTK Priest

Let's start by addressing the elephant in the room: the combo formed by Wretched Tiller, Deathspeaker, and Hysteria. As the immune Tiller keeps attacking, your opponent keeps taking damage (up to 60; Blizzard's hardcoding prevents infinite loops by capping stuff to 30). Unless your opponent has big enough minions to survive all attacks, you'll also need to change Tiller's attack to 0 with Shrinkmeister.

And who would be a better guide into the world of OTKs than MarkMcKz?

Unsurprisingly Mark wasn't the only one playing with the combo. Here's MCMitta's version.

Tiller OTK Warlock

Wait, there are two elephants!? Thanks to Hysteria being a dual class card, Warlocks were quick to join the party as well. The lack of Shrinkmeister is solved by adding a second Deathspeaker, creating another immune friendly minion to take all the Tiller hits.

This list comes from RegisKillbin and like Mark, he also has a video about the deck.

Yup, even more Tillers. Swizard has also shared a list.

Anti-Tiller Hunter

But Swizard is also the one trying to free us from this menace. This secret list has multiple ways of interfering with the combo, while also having the ability to just kill your opponent before any combo is even possible.

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Freeze Mage

We're not done with OTKs yet! The addition of Imprisoned Phoenix allows a reliable source of "delayed" Spell Damage, and Freeze Mage lovers like Erodos and Tumbleweedovski were quick to come up with cool lists.

Treant Druid

In the middle of all the hectic OTK assembly, it's good to just relax for a while and take a walk in the woods. Or with the woods. Blizzard's new achievements want you to play (Darkmoon) Treants, and drgsy has just shared a list for it. What are you waiting for?

Eager to succumb to the Wild madness? Check out some more Wild decks here.

Came up with something Fair-ly fun yourself? Create a Wild deck and share it in the comments below. Don't forget to include a guide!