Hearthstone: Hunter Non-Beast Attempt (Failed)

Hello everybody, Geek Generation here.

I had 2 quest today that could be completed by winning with Hunter. So i decided to run the Hunter deck that i’ve been running for quite some time. It is frustratingly difficult to score wins, and i’ve no idea why i’ve been using it all this time. Without further adieu, here’s the decklist.

2 x Explosive Trap
2 x Freezing Trap
2 x Misdirection
1 x Eaglehorn Bow
2 x Deadly Shot

2 x Secretkeeper
2 x Undertaker
2 x Webspinner
2 x Haunted Creeper
2 x Ironbeak Owl
2 x Mad Scientist
2 x Defender of Argus
1 x Feugen
1 x Stalagg
1 x Loatheb
2 x Sludge Blecher
1 x Savannah Highmane
1 x The Black Knight

The thing is, i had this deck before the nerf to Starving Buzzard. Looking at the list, it seems like i was trying to abuse Mad Scientists, with everything else building around it. If only i had one more Eaglehorn Bow..

The deck not only does not have a non-Beast theme, it’s almost as if it shuns beast like they are diseased animals. It doesn’t even have good Hunter cards like Animal Companion, Kill Command, Unleash the Hounds. Even Arcane Shot was not in the deck. I have no idea what i was thinking. Sure the deck sometimes get strong openings like Undertaker -> Mad Scientist. But overall, it’s pretty weak against most matchups.

The weird thing though is that i have double Ironbeak Owl instead of my usual combination of 1 x Ironbeak Owl + 1 x Spellbreaker. Which seems to suggest that i was running Kill Command at one time. The inclusion of Kill Command would mean that i was also running Animal Companion and possibly Houndmaster.

But i guess i’ll be giving up on non-Beast Hunter for the time being since i recently opened a King Krush. Boom, boom, boom… ROARRrrrrrr !!

Geek Generation out.

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Posted on 15 October, 2014, in CCG, Gaming, Hearthstone and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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