The first major Standard Hearthstone Tournament took place over the weekend. It was the first real glimpse on how the competitive scene might be shaping up in the near future. One of the big surprises was that Druid got absolutely dumpstered in the tournament. We don’t know exactly which type of Druid was most played, but it was likely a high percentage of C’Thun Druid. Here are a look at the winrate stats, you can see that the classes without a real standout deck are at the bottom: Priest, Hunter, and Druid.
This doesn’t mean that these classes aren’t going to find something that will change their fortunes, but for now the outlook isn’t so great for them. It should be no surprise that the top performing classes were Warrior, Paladin, and Shaman. Warrior has two strong deck lists, Control Warrior and Patron Warrior. Paladin has the new N’Zoth Deathrattle Paladin, and Shaman is repping Midrange and Aggro with all of their fancy new cards.
MSI EGLX Standard Deck Lists
These are just some of the deck lists that were played this weekend. I’ll be posting more as they become available.
Prelude (1st Place)
- Prelude’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Control Warrior
- Prelude’s MSI EGLX (Standard) N’Zoth Deathrattle Paladin
- Prelude’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Reno Jackson Warlock
- Firebat’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Patron Warrior
- Firebat’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Freeze Mage
- Firebat’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Miracle Rogue
- Neobility’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Aggro Shaman
- Neobility’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Warlock Zoo
- Neobility’s MSI EGLX (Standard) Patron Warrior