Anaconda Mecha’thun Druid – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #22 Legend (Tyler) Player: Tyler - Published: March 21, 2019 - Updated: 4 weeks ago - Dust Cost: 6,020 Tweet Class: Druid - Format: Raven - Type: Combo - Season: 60 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Mecha'Thun Druid - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (24) 0Innervate2 0Moonfire2 0Pounce2 1Barkskin2 1Biology Project2 1Earthen Scales1 1Floop’s Glorious Gloop1 1Lesser Jasper Spellstone2 1Naturalize2 2Wrath2 3Ferocious Howl2 4Branching Paths2 6Stampeding Roar1 7Giant Anaconda1 Neutral (6) 2Wild Pyromancer2 3Acolyte of Pain1 6Gadgetzan Auctioneer2 10Mecha’thun1 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +17 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Compare Mecha'Thun Druid Variants Anaconda Mecha’thun Druid – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #22 Legend (Tyler) Anaconda Mecha’thun Druid – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #1 Legend (Hunterace) FuF’s Mecha’thun Druid – HCT Asia-Pacific Winter Playoffs 2018 Jay’s Mecha’thun Druid – HCT 2018 Americas Winter Playoffs Jakaso27’s Mecha’thun Druid – HCT 2018 Americas Winter Playoffs Tars’s Mecha’thun Druid – HCT 2018 EU Winter Playoffs Meati’s Mecha’thun Druid – HCT 2018 EU Winter Playoffs Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks! Compare Decks Pro Druid Decks Malygos Druid – Rise of Shadows – Legend (Bragi) (Wild) Jade Druid – Rise of Shadows – #1 Legend (zhefan_yan) (Wild) Aggro Token Druid – Rise of Shadows – #1 Legend (zhefan_yan) Token Druid – Rise of Shadows – #31 Legend (LostHead) Budget Token Druid Deck List Guide (Rise of Shadows) 6 Comments Discuss This Deck AbleArcher March 22, 2019 at 2:13 pm How does this work? I am assuming you play the anaconda, kill it with naturalize, wrath or spell stone, then naturalize the Mechathun it pulls out? Log in to Reply Sensa671 March 22, 2019 at 11:39 am Ive added 2 nourish on mine replaced branching. Log in to Reply Promaster233 March 21, 2019 at 3:36 pm what are the benefits of playing this version over the standard one? Log in to Reply CapitalG March 21, 2019 at 4:33 pm more versatile OTK turn, mostly. the innervates aren’t required for the combo, and can be used to shoot through your deck. it feels really flexible compared to the normal combo. Log in to Reply Electronick March 21, 2019 at 9:52 am Played against this last night. Opponent got down to the Anaconda, Mecha’thun and naturalize. I’d stopped playing minions. Played the Anaconda first and probably could have just beaten me down, although he was taking a fair amount of fatigue at this stage. For some reason he played Mecha’thun the next turn and I just twisted nethered his board. Fairly sure he would have beaten me had he just waited. As much as OTK decks frustrate me, I do like working out how to stop it. Log in to Reply Pyreable March 21, 2019 at 7:40 am That’s very fricking smart Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.