Blizzard’s Wild Off-Meta Report for January 2019

Blizzard is back with another Off-Meta Report, but this time it focuses on a couple of high performing Legend decks for Wild!

Have you been looking for a change of pace in Hearthstone? Maybe you’d like to try a new deck or class on the ladder, but don’t know where to start. Since this is a WILD month, take a look at our Off-Meta Report and spice things up with some interesting decks that have been performing well on the Wild ladder!

To find these decks, we looked for players that have been doing well, and picked out some builds from amongst the top performers. To find these decks, we looked for players that have been doing well, and picked out some builds from amongst the top performers. We only selected decks that were played in 30 or more games at Legend level.


Mech Hunter – 63.3% Win Rate/30 games

This Hunter deck combines the mech synergies of Goblins vs Gnomes and The Boomsday Project, to create an aggressive, mechanical monster. Galvanizer and Mechwarper allow you to quickly play out a whole hand of Mechs, giving Metaltooth Leaper a board full of bots to buff. If this doesn’t help your automated army close out the game, Jeeves serves up a way to refill your hand each turn and keep the engine running!

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Dead Man’s Hand Fatigue Warrior – 60% win rate/30 games

If a slower game is more your style, this Warrior deck adds a twist to a familiar strategy we’ve seen in the past. Using Brann Bronzebeard and Coldlight Oracle, this deck looks to run its opponent out of cards while refilling your own deck with Dead Man’s Hand. If things start to go wrong, Dr. Boom, Mad Genius is available to offer up some automated assistance, and sets up for a final punch from Yogg-Saron, Hope’s End. Praise Yogg!

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  2. Bulaj
    January 4, 2019 at 12:43 pm

    Glad to see yogg back

  3. Mike
    January 3, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    Is there a way to copy deck link into mobile app? iOS specifically

    • Kimmy
      January 3, 2019 at 3:49 pm

      Okay! I was lost for a week when I started playing on IOS. Under deck import you copy the whole code and then you open hearthstone and if you go to create a frack it will ask you to open from your clip file and say yes

  4. BlueyesOwl
    January 3, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    Nice…. Buuut…
    The meta in wild is returned in the same meta was before druid’s dominance.
    Pirate warrior, warlock variants and priest were and are tier1 for too long and that isn’t healthy.
    Ofc, nowdays wild is the worst format (with help of blizzard that almost 2 years remembered that HS has wild – announcement of tour) and the players pool is about 2% at best.
    Those 2 decks above are good on 15-10 ranks…
    Blizzard’s “off meta” reports always are at least 2-3 months late… both in standard and wild.

    • TheTallRonan
      January 3, 2019 at 1:53 pm

      Since Wild doesn’t rotate, the meta should be expected to be more stable. It means Wild is safer to invest in (one of the reasons I like it). Almost every class seems to have a tier 1/tier 1.5 deck (though that might have changed now that Blizzard nerfed Odd Paly and permanently gutted Druid), and the games tend to be pretty interesting, unless you’re facing T3 Barnes or a pirate warrior that curves out to perfectly.
      There’s a lot of good stuff in Wild, and I wish Blizzard did more to advertise it.

  5. neger sind braun
    January 3, 2019 at 12:22 pm

    cool 🙂

    • Manbrodude
      January 4, 2019 at 2:32 pm

      Your racist name isn’t cool.

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