Hearthstone: 40 games of Annoy-o-Druid

Hello everybody, Geek Generation here.

I went ahead with my Annoy-o-Druid deck and played 30 ranked games with it. I started from rank 13, climbed to rank 11, and fell back to and stayed at rank 13. Most of my wins were from rank 13 to 12 and most of my losses were from rank 12 to 11. Here’s the deck list again.

2 x Innervate
2 x Wild Growth
2 x Wrath
2 x Swipe

2 x Anodized Robo Cub
2 x Keeper of the Grove
1 x Kezan Mystic
1 x Sen’jin Shieldmasta
2 x Antique Healbot
2 x Druid of the Claw
2 x Sludge Belcher
1 x Emperor Thaurissan
2 x Sunwalker
2 x Ancient of Lore
2 x Ancient of War
1 x Dr. Boom
1 x Malorne
1 x Kel’Thuzad

Job Wins Losses Total
Hunter 7 4 11
Warlock 2 2 4
Mage 3 3 6
Druid 2 2 4
Shaman 0 2 2
Warrior 1 3 4
Priest 1 4 5
Paladin 2 1 3
Rogue 0 1 1
Total 18 (45%) 22 40

The Warlocks were all Handlocks. The Warriors were all Control Warriors, which i found quite strange. Where did all the Patron Warriors go? Druid match up was usually won by the player who had Wild Growth and could accelerate into the first fat minion. After that, it’s just a pile up of fat minions.

The Paladin matchups that i won were aggro. I lost when they were more controlish. Actually the deck doesn’t do that well against aggro Paladins, i’m not sure what was up with those aggro Paladins when i was recording the wins.

Against Hunters, it seems that i tend to win as long as they run Leper Gnomes. I’m guessing they run out of ammo rather quickly. Personally, i tried playing one of those Leper Gnome Hunters, but it never seems to win.. Maybe i’m playing it wrong.

Geek Generation out.


Posted on 10 July, 2015, in CCG, Gaming, Hearthstone and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I’m more interested with your Priest WR. 1-4 with that build is pretty surprising, if you ask me. Then again, you don’t run combo, so I’ll just assume that the Priest out-valued you in your losses.

    • Yeah, i do tend to get out-valued by Priest. Especially when they Thoughtsteal, there’s so many juicy targets. Taunts don’t really work very well against decks that don’t attack all that much in the early game. Also, i’m a returning player who skipped GvG. I didn’t know much about Lightbomb, that card wrecks me every Priest game. If i had the card, i would’ve run the combo too, i’m guessing not having the combo weakens the deck by alot.

      • Some decks tho don’t rely on the combo and just go for huge minion after another. Against Priest, winning with no combo is pretty hard. If you have the dust, one Force of Nature is enough.

      • Unfortunately, i do not have the dust for it. I seldom play arena these days, so dust is kind of hard to come by. I do have alot of duplicates though.. i guess i’m playing a long term economics game with the dust. Personally, i don’t really like to craft class cards because i tend to switch classes rather often.

      • I’d rather you buy Classic packs because Arena awards GvG packs.

      • Yeah, that’s what i’m planning to do now, after i’ve saved enough for buying 5 wings of a new adventure ^.^

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