We’ve got a full list of the current deck recipes you can potentially utilize if you are running Whizbang the Wonderful. I also go over some of the commonly asked questions about the card relating to hero powers, golden decks, or using him in arena and tournament events!
The deck lists below have been updated for the new recipes that were added in Rastakhan’s Rumble!
How does Whizbang work?
If you get yourself a Whizbang the Wonderful in a pack or you decide to craft him, all you’ll have to do is throw him into your deck. He’s the only card required, and he will be shown in place of a hero in your deck selection area. The name of the deck will also just be “Whizbang is Wonderful”! Once you select this deck and go into a game, you will be randomly given one of the 18 deck recipes to play.
If my Whizbang is gold, do I get a full golden deck?
YES! If you are lucky enough to have a golden Whizbang the Wonderful, each of the decks you play will be filled with gold cards!
What’s your hero power with Whizbang?
Your hero power will be the class of the deck recipe you were randomly given. There’s no difference in hero power, and you don’t see Whizbang as your hero portrait.
Is Whizbang available in Arena?
Nope! You won’t be able to replace your arena deck with a deck recipe unfortunately.
How about using him in a tournament?
Nope! Blizzard has stated that you cannot use Whizbang in any official Blizzard events. However, maybe some other event hosted by a third party might allow for Whizbang?
Whizbang the Wonderful Deck Lists
Here’s a full list of the possible recipes you can start a game with if you play Whizbang the Wonderful! They are the most recent 18 deck recipes created, so you won’t get the “classic” version of the class.
- 1Secret Plan2
- 2Explosive Trap2
- 2Freezing Trap1
- 2Wandering Monster2
- 3Animal Companion2
- 3Deadly Shot1
- 3Eaglehorn Bow2
- 3Kill Command2
- 3Unleash the Hounds2
- 4Flanking Strike1
- 5Baited Arrow1
- 6Deathstalker Rexxar1
- 6Lesser Emerald Spellstone2
- 6To My Side!2
- 7Crushing Walls1