Fr0zen’s Yogg Druid – DreamHack Summer 2016

Class: Druid - Format: kraken - Type: midrange - Season: season-27 - Style: tournament - Meta Deck: Token Druid - Tournament: DreamHack Summer 2016
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  1. Christian Benji
    June 22, 2016 at 9:16 pm

    Any replacement for mulch?

    • Evident - Author
      June 23, 2016 at 7:32 am

      Naturalize or Big Game Hunter. You could also just not have the removal and go second Azure Drake.

  2. jack
    June 21, 2016 at 1:33 pm

    Yogg is the worst card I have ever seen. I bought it last night which used up all my dusts but I also had to disenchant a bunch of stuff to get enough for it. I made a really good deck which got me to rank 16 with no legendary cards, and it is mostly spells so Yogg fits perfectly. I played the deck today and won a lot without Yogg, but in several games I ran out of cards and just needed to finish my opponent with about 10 damage and I played Yogg. Every single time… Yogg screwed me. It cast about 20 spells so had plenty of chance to help, but every time it destroyed all creatures in play (including itself), and cast a bunch of negative stuff on me, didn’t do anything at all to my opponent because he had no creatures, and it drew a bunch of cards which screwed me even more because I didn’t have enough cards left. Literally 7 times I’ve used it, and EVERY time it screwed me. I haven’t had one single time that it helped me. ANY other legendary would be better.

    • Lauphiette
      June 22, 2016 at 6:36 pm

      The point of playing Yogg is for a catch up mechanic, not to finish your opponent. You play yogg for the situations where you have no way to win the game and you have to praise yogg. It’s also best to play it when your opponent has a large board and you have nothing going on.

    • Joel
      July 15, 2016 at 3:32 am

      Yogg is often a board clear and card draw, which are both a struggle for druid in general. Since there are quite a few spells in the deck it makes perfect sense to fit in Yogg.