Hearthstone: Jade Shaman in Un’Goro

Hello everybody, Geek Generation here.

So i played a little more of Jade Shaman, with a splash of concede decks, Zoolock Discard and Murloc Paladin. Still didn’t get into rank 15. I made some changes along the way, swapping out Harvest Golem for Tar Creeper. Because Tar Creeper is simply that good. I even put it in my Zoolock, i think.

As powerful as Tar Creeper is, It doesn’t do anything in Quest Rogue match ups. In those match ups, the despair is very strong. My only viable play is to hope that the Rogue doesn’t get a streak of bad draws and run out of cards (and minions) after my Lightning Storm.

So i was thinking of replacing both Tar Creepers with two Dirty Rats. I gather from the forums that the Dirty Rats are good against Quest Rogues. The more i think about it, the only thing Dirty Rats are bad against are Giants. But even then, most of the time, i lose to Plant Lock not because of the Giants. It’s usually because of Jaraxxus.

But i have only one Dirty Rat and i’m hesitant to craft anything. There’s so much possible strong choices for dust. There’s the epic elementals for elemental decks, not to mention the Shaman Legendary Elemental. Then there’s the quests. And then there are some neutral legendaries that can go into multiple classes. With the retirement of Sylvannas and Ragnaros, i prolly have enough to craft two legendaries and some epics.

But since i’ve got a quest to play lots of Shaman cards, i think i might go with Dirty Rat. I’ll put my bets on it. Believe in the Dirty Rat.

2 x Earth Shock
2 x Evolve
2 x Flametongue Totem
2 x Jade Claws
2 x Hex
2 x Hot Spring Guardian
2 x Lightning Storm
2 x Mana Tide Totem
2 x Tar Creeper
2 x Jade Lightning
2 x Jade Spirit
2 x Jinyu Waterspeaker
1 x Lotus Agents
1 x Aya Blackpaw
2 x Thing from Below
2 x Jade Chieftain

Class Win Loss
Druid 1 0
Hunter 2 1
Mage 2 1
Paladin 1 0
Priest 1 2
Rogue 2 4
Shaman 2 1
Warlock 3 2
Warrior 0 0
Total

Geek Generation out.

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Posted on 14 April, 2017, in CCG, Gaming, Hearthstone, Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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