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Sunken City decks roundup features a long list of decks that have been played by Legendary players, pros, and streamers. You will be able to find decks for all 10 classes. We will be keeping this post updated throughout the beginning of the new expansion (roughly the first 5 days). We also generally have a compilation of best performing decks in a separate post roughly 24h after the expansion’s release, and the next one a few days later.
Voyage to the Sunken City is the first expansion of the Year of the Hydra (2022). Like every first expansion of the year, it should change the Standard landscape significantly. Not only we’re getting 135 new expansion cards, but also a massive rotation. All of the 2020 expansions (Ashes of Outland, Scholomance Academy and Darkmoon Faire) are out. On top of that, 57 Core Set cards have rotated out, with 72 cards from older sets taking their place. That’s a grand total of nearly 500 cards leaving Standard and 207 new ones coming in.
If you weren’t with us during the reveal season, you can learn more about the expansion and see all the new cards in our Voyage to the Sunken City expansion guide.
Voyage to the Sunken City Deck Lists
Once the expansion launches, we will be feverishly posting new decks for the first five or so days. During the first couple of days, we aren’t very picky – there are no deck statistics so early, so we can’t sift through the bad decks. Around Day 3-4, we start posting less, as meta forms, decks become more refined and it’s getting clear which builds are good and which aren’t.
If this isn’t your first expansion then this is obvious, but be very wary of decks early in the expansion. A deck can be popular one day and then turn out to be really bad. This has happened multiple times in the past, and most likely will happen to at least one or two decks this expansion too. If you are a budget player, we recommend holding off for at least a few days (and preferably until the first balance patch) before committing to crafting anything. Spending Dust on hyped Legendaries on Day 1 is a very common mistake, and can leave you without the means to craft the actual meta Legendaries after everything settles.