I should warn you that Reno Mage isn't exactly an affordable deck to put together.
This week's deck centers around the new Reno Jackson legendary that came out with League of Explorers.
This week, I wanted to shine the spotlight on a deck that placed in the finals of one of my recent Fireside tournaments.
I'll admit it, I've given Shaman decks a hard time before in the past.
While decks like last week's Secrets Paladin have an explosive strategy, Handlock relies heavily on having as many options available to deal with threats.
A new season signifies the Hearthstone metagame slowly stabilizing.
At a Fireside Gathering tournament I held last weekend, it didn't surprise me (or anyone) that the final four players brought Warrior decks.
When Blackrock Mountain debuted, dragons were all the rage.
Thankfully, there are no Murlocs this week to plague us.
I hate it when Alex is right.
Out of all the fun and competitive decks out there, the Fast Druid is one of my favorites.
Patron Warrior is one of the most complicated decks to play.
At first glance, Zoo might seem awfully similar to Face hunter largely due to the cheap minions. A Face hunter deck relies on numerous cheap and aggressive minions to batter away at the opponent while relying on their Steady Shot hero power to chip away. However, the Warlock Zoo deck here will be using the minions to completely dominate the board first.
The Priest isn't the easiest class to wield. Many plays involve careful set up on your part. You're not playing aggressively, your game plan is to dictate the match on your terms, which might involve stealing cards from your opponents and using it against them.
Molten Core, the second wing of Blackrock Mountain, opened up earlier this week. Intrepid adventurers will be facing Garr, Baron Geddon, Majordomo Executus, and Ragnaros. Things are starting to ...heat up here.
This week, we're going to check out the midrange hunter deck in Hearthstone.