Of particular note were their boss monsters, often offering great effects or massive stats at the cost of the player’s next draw phase. ZEAL, this deck belonged to Gauche, one of the people responsible for the World Duel Carnival.
The archetype all tends to resemble wrestlers, and even have names that bring up wrestling terminology like Bear hug and Double Impact, Consult and Tag partner. Even their extra deck monsters are basically specific references to classic old school wrestlers, so New Japan and NSA fans would definitely find a lot to love here, especially since their bosses are all incredibly powerful and help out with the GUI’s aggressive strategies.
Coming out of 2015’s Clash of Rebellions set were the Knights, a collection of Fire-based Warrior monsters. The Con stellar deck refined and perfected, Satellarknights were a group of Light Warrior monsters that came out in 2014’s Duelist Alliance set.
The Phantom Knights were initially a group of Dark Attribute Warrior monsters used by Auto from Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V. An anime deck, Phantom Knights wound up getting tons of support, but their best support wound up coming long after Arc-V had ended, with the introduction of their Link monster, The Phantom Knights of Rusty Bardic he.
This one card gave them searchable access to a continuous trap which could negate any monster’s effects and make it unable to attack. Unfortunately, Rusty Bardic he wound up being one of those boss monsters nearly everyone could use, which led to the card getting banned.
Originally a fairly low-key archetype when they were released around the GO era, when they were revived as the Legendary Six Samurai during the 2011 set Storm of Ragnarök, they returned with a vengeance. This deck belongs at the top if only because INAMI simply refuses to stop giving them support.
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Players got to experience the formation of the League of EVIL and started a storyline that has stretched across numerous expansions. Though many of these decks received a swift smack from the nerf bat, you’ll find them here preserved in their former glory.
The Invoke Mechanic was so strong in this deck prior to the nerfs that it could make the opponent feel powerless. Luckily, the Hearthstone team recognized how OP the deck was and nerfed it shortly after the Descent of Dragons expansion released.
Thanks to Descent of Dragons and all the support it brings for the deck Pirate Warrior is back in action. Warrior players will likely already have cards like Captain Green skin and Leroy Jenkins from having played Pirate decks in the past.
One of the best decks in the game prior to the release of Hearthstone’s latest expansion Descent of Dragons, Quest Shaman was a force to be reckoned with. This deck makes use of two cards that are partially responsible for Shaman’s dominance throughout the year, Shudderwock and Evolve.
Since the deck is full of Battle cry minions and revolves around the Heart of VIR’naval Hero Power, once you played Shudderwock there was little an opponent could do to recover. When Blizzard decided to reintroduce 23 Wild cards into Standard in an attempt to shake up the meta, Shaman immediately started dominating the ladder.
Shaman was so dominant that people may have forgotten how powerful Highlander Hunter was during this time period. Though it didn’t receive quite the boost decks like Quest and Evolve Shaman did, Highlander Hunter was still a force to be reckoned with.
Saviors of Album introduced some of the most interesting cards Hearthstone has ever seen in the form of Reno and Gallegos. After Blizzard decided to make changes to Luna’s Pocket Galaxy and Conjurer’s Calling, this deck didn’t quite hit the way it was meant to.
Part of the reason Control Warrior was able to cling to life for so long was due to arguably the most powerful Hero card ever printed, Dr. Boom, Mad Genius. Though it may not be super powerful at the moment, for the majority of the year Marlon Paladin was a force to be reckoned with.
The deck also made use of Saviors of Album cards like Zephyrs the Great and Sir Finley of the Sands. Though the deck doesn’t contain control mainstays like Dr. Boom, it features a number of cards that help prolong the action until your Malakand arrives.
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