Now that was a proper kickoff to this weekend! Thanks to a little leak we now know to expect the Darkmoon mini set to arrive next Thursday. While waiting, we should take a look what kind of Wild madness our community members have succumbed to this time.
Neoguli has continued exploring some underused strategies, and has consequently been studying Dinomancy. Combined with Grizzled Wizard, the card also a great counter to those pesky Highlander Priests.
Quest Highlander Shaman
A deck full of value, two (new) Old Gods, and The Darkness. This list from anchorm4n certainly has a lot of things going on.
The rarely-seen Quest has been Reborn in the hands of Swizard. The one-expansion-only nature of the mechanic hasn't helped the archetype as no cards from this Hearthstone year's expansions have been included to the list.
A slightly greedy Mage list from stewartpid. Early game cards heavily revolve around utilizing your upgraded Hero Power before the big late game minions arrive to turn the tide in your favor.
Malygos Miracle Rogue
Bonus: OTK Priest
Wild can be an expensive format for new players, but MarkMcKz has proven that you can win with the smallest of budgets. By crafting just two Common cards, you can assemble a 10-mana OTK combo while also playing some iconic cards like Chillwind Yeti and Boulderfist Ogre.
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!