The expansion has been out for a while but it's almost like something's still missing: the Dragons! There are very few of them in the meta, especially on the Standard side of things, when considering the premise of most-Dragons-ever expansion. Let's try to make things right and take a look at some decks with those big scaly minions, shall we?

Plot Twist Warlock

Watermelon86's deck contains some big minions that you'll try to cheat out with Dollmaster Dorian or Fel Lord Betrug. As an additional Plot Twist, the deck contains some burst potential with Malygos.

Highlander Dragon Quest Mage

From one Malygos to another. He's not in a key role in bsenk's deck though, as Vargoth and Time Warp steal the spotlight, with Dragonqueen Alexstrasza's 0-Cost Dragons giving good support for that combo. At least as long as you don't roll double Twilight Whelp.

If you like Dragons but don't care about the quest, Irini has another Highlander deck for you to explore.

Quest Rogue

Galakrond counts as a Dragon right? Sure, ARES's deck might not be filled with Dragons but there's no way I wouldn't spotlight it. It looks so wacky and fun to play.

N'Zoth Dragon Galakrond Priest

The Priest Galakrond hasn't been doing too well in Standard, but maybe Wild will be its true playground. Neoguli has added both Dragons and Deathrattle cards to support the Galakrond core of the deck.

Hybrids seem to be a Priest thing now. FirePaladinHS has also built one and had decent success with it.

Hawk Paladin

There's no excuse for including SirHerpDerp's deck here so I'm not even going to try. The idea of trying to fill up your opponent's hand in order to get some bonus effects to your minions is just so wacky that I had to include it as well.

Want even more Dragons? Take a look at these Wild decks.

Came up with something dragonic yourself? Create a Wild deck and share it in comments below. Don't forget to write a guide!