GingaNinja’s Witchwood #30 Legend Midrange Elemental Shudderwock Shaman Posted By: Evident - Published: April 17, 2018 - Updated: 1 year ago - Dust Cost: 9,200 Tweet Class: Shaman - Format: Raven - Type: Midrange - Season: 49 - Style: Ladder - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (15) 1Unstable Evolution2 3Hot Spring Guardian2 3Lightning Storm2 3Mana Tide Totem2 4Hex2 5Bloodlust2 8Hagatha the Witch1 8Kalimos, Primal Lord1 9Shudderwock1 Neutral (15) 1Argent Squire2 1Fire Fly2 1Glacial Shard2 2Prince Keleseth1 3Tar Creeper2 4Sandbinder2 4Saronite Chain Gang2 4Tol’vir Stoneshaper2 Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +11 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Pro Shaman Decks Aggro Overload Shaman – Shadows Post-Buff – #8 Legend (muffins) Aggro Overload Shaman – Shadows Post-Buff – #8 Legend (WuLing) – Updated Overload Shaman – Shadows Post-Buff – #2 Legend (Gaboumme) – Updated Aggro Overload Shaman – Shadows Post-Buff – #1 Legend (Zeeland) – Updated Midrange Overload Shaman – Shadows Post-Buff – #18 Legend (LvGe) 5 Comments Discuss This Deck Puddle April 17, 2018 at 3:50 pm This seems like it’s just an unfocused shudder wock deck Log in to Reply John April 22, 2018 at 3:34 pm That’s because shudderwock is not the win condition. It is just a versatile card here. This one wants to win just like the classic mid shaman–strong minions on curve and powerful overloads. That said, I’m not convinced it is great for the meta before us, with so many decks that are just crazy explosive fast, or too controlling. Log in to Reply Grosshokie April 17, 2018 at 11:09 am This is probably the better version of a shudder shaman deck. That being said why sandbinder when there are so many weak elementals that could be drawn? I think servant of kalimos would be better personally. Also, I don’t quite understand the bloodlusts. Did anybody watch this on stream that could enlighten me Log in to Reply InfinityMinusOne April 17, 2018 at 12:23 pm Didn’t watch the strem, but if I had to guess I’d say that the Bloodlust is there for sudden burst damage against decks that otherwise might post a problem. For example, if you land a few totems, fireflies, etc early against a cubelock that doesn’t wipe them, you can probably OTK the deck befor ethey can land a Skull or Lackey combo to get a Voidlord. This probably also works in late games against other decks if you have a couple creatures and need to push 6-9 more damage through. I’m a bit skeptical about having two copies, but there’s enough merit for the card to take up at least one slot. Log in to Reply iluvrice2 April 19, 2018 at 6:17 am Shudderwock has a nasty habit of being at the bottom of your deck. I’m guessing the sandbinder is to thin your deck. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.