Updated: Brian Kibler’s Witchwood Hand Druid ft. Wispering Woods, Bewitched Guardian Player: Brian Kibler - Published: April 12, 2018 - Updated: 1 year ago - Dust Cost: 3,820 Tweet Class: Druid - Format: Raven - Type: Midrange - Season: 49 - Style: Ladder Edit in Deck Builder Class (20) 2Power of the Wild2 2Tortollan Forager2 2Witchwood Apple2 2Wrath2 3Ferocious Howl1 4Branching Paths2 4Keeper of the Grove2 4Swipe2 4Wispering Woods2 5Bewitched Guardian2 6Nourish1 Neutral (10) 1Fire Fly2 2Loot Hoarder2 3Stonehill Defender2 4Twilight Drake2 12Mountain Giant2 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +18 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Pro Druid Decks Token Druid – Shadows Post-Buff – #26 Legend (PapaJason) Token Druid – Shadows Post-Buff – #63 Legend (PIONER) Token Druid – Shadows Post-Buff – Top 800 Legend (MisplayTV) Token Druid – Shadows Post-Buff – #27 Legend (jtamonda) Heal Druid – Shadows Post-Buff – Top 400 Legend (带带皮尔斯 ) 9 Comments Discuss This Deck Losi April 14, 2018 at 8:00 am – 2 Twilight Drake +2 Savage Roar VS agro is easy if you hard mulligan for the firefly and play something turn 2 and turn 3, from turn 4 forward you can start presuring with Wispering Woods, armor up with branching or just kill them if they dont trade with your Wisps VS control, keep presenting big boards 4+ minions and force them to clear, if they dont Savage Roar + Branching Paths for easy win I dont think this is gonna work for too long when people learn to clean the wisps every turn, but it worked for me took me from rank 10 to rank 5 yesterday night. Log in to Reply Kalo April 14, 2018 at 3:38 am If the only beast in the deck is the grizzly why no witching hour? If no witching hour why no spreading plague? Log in to Reply Horsearx April 13, 2018 at 10:38 pm 8-2 with it so far, it seems pretty good. Tip for the people who seem to be struggling: against control, full milligain anything that isn’t a mountain giant, twilight drake, or fire fly. Against aggro, mulligan anything that isn’t an early play or a bewitched guardian and try to play for tempo and fight for the board. If you have mountain giant in hand with a witchwood apple, its a great play to play the spell on turn two, as you can giant on turn 3. And finally: try not to use the coin. Its often more useful as a card count then as a innervate. Log in to Reply Vexas April 13, 2018 at 8:05 am I’m not finding a way to win against Aggro decks at this point. Log in to Reply Blazesoulshard April 13, 2018 at 7:25 am What exactly is the win condition here? Log in to Reply Nuntius April 13, 2018 at 4:51 pm Your goal is to win by maintaining hand size at first, summoning as many wisps as you can and buffing them with power of the wild! You can stop aggro with the 4/10 taunts and pressure the opponent really early with mountain giants! The deck surely needs more refining, but once the meta settles, I think it will be a very strong archetype! Log in to Reply Pharallax April 12, 2018 at 10:08 pm Looks so bad! I wonder if it works, definitely not crafting whispering woods… Log in to Reply PresuntoBR April 13, 2018 at 7:25 am it’s a good deck… Log in to Reply PITERSON April 14, 2018 at 12:47 am Spreading plauge? I win against aggro because of this card how can i win with this version?? Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.