Rastakhan Even Shaman – #10 Legend (Draz) Posted By: Evident - Published: December 13, 2018 - Updated: 7 months ago - Dust Cost: 10,940 Tweet Class: Shaman - Format: Raven - Type: Midrange - Season: 57 - Style: Ladder - Meta Deck: Even Shaman - Link: Source Edit in Deck Builder Class (15) 2Earthen Might2 2Menacing Nimbus2 2Murkspark Eel2 2Primalfin Totem2 3Flametongue Totem2 6Fire Elemental2 8Al’Akir the Windlord1 8Hagatha the Witch1 8Kalimos, Primal Lord1 Neutral (15) 2Dire Wolf Alpha2 2Knife Juggler2 2Vicious Scalehide1 4Corpsetaker2 4Saronite Chain Gang2 4Spellbreaker1 6Argent Commander1 6Genn Greymane1 8The Lich King1 10Sea Giant2 Learn how to play this archetype with our Even Shaman Deck List Guide. Rate this Deck Like or Dislike? Take a second to tell us how you feel! +22 Deck Import Copy Deck Code Compare Even Shaman Variants Rastakhan Even Shaman – #10 Legend (Draz) Torasu’s Even Shaman – Wild Open 2019 Qualifiers Jarla’s Even Shaman – Wild Open 2019 Qualifiers DrJikininki’s Even Shaman – Wild Open 2019 Qualifiers Even Shaman – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #3 Legend (Zeeland) Even Shaman – Rastakhan 2nd Nerf – #4 Legend (RDee) Even Shaman – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #24 Legend (Supana) Even Shaman – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #81 Legend (Neruc) (Wild) Even Shaman – #2 Legend (Vol) – January 2019 Tyler’s Even Shaman – HCT Asia-Pacific Winter Playoffs 2018 Blitzchung’s Even Shaman – HCT Asia-Pacific Winter Playoffs 2018 Alza’s Even Shaman – HCT Asia-Pacific Winter Playoffs 2018 Even Shaman – Wild Deck Report – January 18, 2019 Mazzu’s Even Shaman – HCT 2018 Americas Winter Playoffs Lii’s Even Shaman – HCT 2018 Americas Winter Playoffs Even Shaman – Rastakhan Post-Nerf – #5 Legend (Zeeland) Use the checkboxes to compare up to eight decks! Compare Decks Pro Shaman Decks Aggro Overload Shaman – Shadows Post-Buff – #1 Legend (Drujbanul) 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 7 Comments Discuss This Deck Ivan December 14, 2018 at 8:13 am FFS why are y’all down voting a top hearthstone deck when the website is literally called “Hearthstone top decks.” This ain’t hearthpwn chill out lmao Log in to Reply Fyall December 14, 2018 at 9:29 am And i bet your are one of even shaman fans! ^^ Just to let you know i downvoted too, peace :*** Log in to Reply Jonesy978 December 17, 2018 at 1:20 pm It is disappointing the best “Rastakhan” decks often have no new cards, but it’s not the fault of the players. Blizzard simply didn’t give many of these decks any good new cards. Has anyone successfully used new cards in Even Shaman? Log in to Reply chris penoyer December 13, 2018 at 11:40 pm high level hearthstone is the pits. Log in to Reply RastaKhan Kenny December 13, 2018 at 10:22 am A “Rastakhan” deck with no Rastakhan cards. Just call it typical even shaman netdeck. Log in to Reply Kanapesh December 13, 2018 at 11:07 am To be fair, Draz has been running 1 Spellbreaker in everyone of his decks for quite some time now, so you could at least recognize this as his own tech option for the list. Then if there isn’t any new card, it doesn’t mean it wasn’t built around the current set’s metagame so it remains a Rastakhan Rumble deck. Log in to Reply Zampok December 13, 2018 at 11:52 am Alot of the so called “new” decks with 1-3 new cards are actually not even optimal. People just play bad new cards for the fun of it. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.