Deck Recipe

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The Deck Recipe interface

Deck Recipes are premade card lists which players can use when creating a new deck. When creating a deck from a Deck Recipe, cards which the player does not possess can be substituted, with alternative suggestions provided.

Deck Recipes are intended to give newer players an easy way to explore new deck types, simultaneously helping them to learn about synergies and deck building. They also provide a guide to reliable and competitive playstyles for each class. For experienced players, they can provide a convenient starting point when creating new decks, and ideas for new deck types to explore. Deck Recipes are comparable to deck lists found online, but integrated into Hearthstone itself, and with the cards automatically selected from the player's collection.

Deck Recipes are significantly more advanced than basic decks, and are generally aimed at players who have already expanded their collections a fair bit, due to the variety and rarity of cards featured in each Recipe. New players will usually lack the cards to fill Deck Recipes, and should generally use the basic decks or create custom decks based around Basic cards until their collection has grown somewhat.

Deck Recipes only include cards usable in Standard format, ensuring their validity in all types of play.

If Whizbang the Wonderful is in your deck, the deck will be replaced with one of the random non-Classic deck recipes at the start of the game.

Details[edit | edit source]

Each Deck Recipe is a class-specific deck list, most having a specific theme. Each Recipe has a title, description and art taken from a fitting card.

Each class has three Deck Recipes, one 'classic' and two 'themed'.

  • Classic Recipes comprise only Basic and Classic cards, and are intended to provide a foundation for the class. They generally feature less specific mechanics than themed decks. In some cases they illustrate what may be considered the general playstyle of the class, while in others they simply present a strategy that is easier for newer players to learn. These Recipes are usually the best starting points for newer players, since the cards are more readily available to them, and the goals of the decks simpler. Classic Recipes sometimes represent competitive decks, but are focused on ease of card collection and play rather than performance at higher levels.
  • Themed Recipes are themed around specific mechanics, and usually feature a lot of synergy between cards. Themed Recipes are intended for more advanced gameplay than the Classic Recipes, and usually match decks currently popular in the game's meta. Including cards from any Standard set, themed Recipes may be harder to fill, and the specific goals of the decks make some understanding of the design necessary when substituting cards. Themed Recipes are recommended for intermediate players wishing to explore new deck types, or advanced players seeking a convenient template for deck experimentation.

Despite their intention as learning tools for newer players, most Deck Recipes feature a number of high rarity cards, including legendaries. All classic Recipes feature one legendary minion, while some of the themed Recipes feature several.

Many Deck Recipes share a number of cards in common with the other Recipes for that class. Such cards are usually fairly key or 'core' cards for the class, and their indication in multiple Recipes can generally be taken as an indication of their versatility, unusual power, or inherent synergy with the class' Hero Power and/or other cards.

Use[edit | edit source]

Replacing missing cards
Main article: Collection#Making a new deck

When creating a new deck, players are given the choice of creating a blank "custom deck", or using one of three Deck Recipes available for that class. Clicking a Deck Recipe previews the deck list in the right hand pane, along with the deck's description in the bottom pane. Recipe cards which are missing from the player's collection are shown in blue.

Upon choosing a Deck Recipe, the player is taken back to the usual collection screen, where they will find a new deck filled with all the cards from the Recipe that they own. Golden copies of cards will be included instead of regular copies wherever possible. Any missing cards are still highlighted in the deck list in blue, and right-clicking will bring up the crafting interface for that card. Left-clicking a missing card will open the card replacement window, providing two alternatives that the player already owns to replace the missing card.

Once all missing cards are replaced, the Deck Recipe process is complete.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The current plan is for Deck Recipes to be updated or replaced three times each year, with the release of each new expansion, to ensure they stay relevant and valid in Standard format.[1][2][3] However, this schedule is only provisional and may change depending on how players receive the feature.[3]
  • The original Deck Recipes are widely believed to hint at the upcoming changes to many Basic and Classic cards with the release of Standard format, based on their lack of certain, currently key cards, most notably the Force of Nature + Savage Roar combo. They also noticeably lack cards from content which will not be valid in Standard format when it releases, despite the Recipes themselves preceding the format's release by more than a month.

List[edit | edit source]

Druid[edit | edit source]

Classic Druid
As a Druid, flexibility is part of your nature. These Basic and Classic cards allow you to accelerate ahead of your opponent and to adapt to their strategy as you choose!
Name No Card set
Innervate 2 Basic
Claw 1 Basic
Kobold Geomancer 2 Basic
Novice Engineer 2 Basic
Wrath 2 Classic
Wild Growth 2 Basic
Earthen Ring Farseer 1 Classic
Harvest Golem 2 Classic
Chillwind Yeti 2 Basic
Keeper of the Grove 2 Classic
Sen'jin Shieldmasta 1 Basic
Swipe 2 Basic
Druid of the Claw 2 Classic
Boulderfist Ogre 2 Basic
Ancient of War 2 Classic
Ironbark Protector 2 Basic
Cenarius 1 Classic
Trees Are Friends
Teach the trees to fight back! Cultivate an army of Treants that will tear asunder any who would dare loot and plunder.
Name No Card set
Acornbearer 2 Rise of Shadows
Floop's Glorious Gloop 1 The Boomsday Project
Dreamway Guardians 2 Rise of Shadows
Dendrologist 2 The Boomsday Project
Knife Juggler 2 Classic
Power of the Wild 2 Classic
Blessing of the Ancients 1 Rise of Shadows
Landscaping 2 The Boomsday Project
Savage Roar 2 Basic
Soul of the Forest 1 Classic
Wispering Woods 2 The Witchwood
Force of Nature 2 Classic
Treespeaker 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Tending Tauren 2 The Boomsday Project
The Forest's Aid 2 Rise of Shadows
Cenarius 1 Classic
Mulchmuncher 2 The Boomsday Project
Nature's Restoration
Restore life to enable powerful effects from your minions. Ressurrect and duplicate Lucentbark to create an impenetrable defense!
Name No Card set
Crystal Power 2 Rise of Shadows
Crystallizer 2 The Boomsday Project
Bloodmage Thalnos 1 Classic
Dreamway Guardians 2 Rise of Shadows
Wrath 2 Classic
Earthen Ring Farseer 2 Classic
Injured Blademaster 2 Classic
Lifeweaver 2 Rise of Shadows
Flobbidinous Floop 1 The Boomsday Project
Swipe 2 Basic
Crystal Stag 2 Rise of Shadows
Faceless Manipulator 2 Classic
Starfall 1 Classic
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Nourish 2 Classic
Ancient of Lore 2 Classic
Countess Ashmore 1 The Witchwood
Lucentbark 1 Rise of Shadows

Cards common to multiple decks include Innervate and Wild Growth, helping to quickly ramp up the druid's mana supply, or put a powerful minion into play a few turns in advance; and Swipe, a powerful combination of single target and AoE damage.

  • Classic Druid is a control deck primarily revolving around surviving long enough to reach higher mana levels, where the druid will be able to play out a steady stream of powerful minions, overwhelming the opponent.

Hunter[edit | edit source]

Classic Hunter
Wild animals answer your call, as you lay down traps and strike with your bow. Hunt your opponent with this deck of Basic and Classic cards.
Name No Card set
Arcane Shot 2 Basic
Leper Gnome 2 Classic
Bloodfen Raptor 2 Basic
Dire Wolf Alpha 1 Classic
Explosive Trap 1 Classic
Freezing Trap 2 Classic
Hunter's Mark 2 Basic
Scavenging Hyena 2 Classic
Snake Trap 1 Classic
Animal Companion 2 Basic
Eaglehorn Bow 2 Classic
Jungle Panther 1 Classic
Kill Command 2 Basic
Unleash the Hounds 2 Classic
Houndmaster 2 Basic
Tundra Rhino 1 Basic
Savannah Highmane 2 Classic
King Krush 1 Classic
Animal Instincts
Boots the power of your beats with the Spirit of the Lynx. Swarm the board early, then get even more beasts with the help of Halazzi!
Name No Card set
Shimmerfly 2 Rise of Shadows
Springpaw 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Timber Wolf 2 Basic
Dire Wolf Alpha 2 Classic
Headhunter's Hatchet 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Hench-Clan Hogsteed 2 Rise of Shadows
Scavenging Hyena 2 Classic
Animal Companion 2 Basic
Bearshark 2 Knights of the Frozen Throne
Kill Command 2 Basic
Spirit of the Lynx 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Unleash the Hounds 2 Classic
Houndmaster 2 Basic
Houndmaster Shaw 1 The Witchwood
Baited Arrow 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Halazzi, the Lynx 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Savannah Highmane 2 Classic
The Scrap Hunter
Manipulate powerful Mech Deathrattles to overwhelm your opponent. Nine Lives ensure they won't escape death!
Name No Card set
Mecharoo 2 The Boomsday Project
Secret Plan 2 The Boomsday Project
Springpaw 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Tracking 2 Basic
Bomb Toss 2 The Boomsday Project
Fireworks Tech 1 The Boomsday Project
Venomizer 2 The Boomsday Project
Animal Companion 2 Classic
Nine Lives 1 Rise of Shadows
Spider Bomb 2 The Boomsday Project
Ursatron 2 Rise of Shadows
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Mechanical Whelp 2 The Boomsday Project
Oblivitron 1 Rise of Shadows
Unleash the Beast 1 Rise of Shadow
Zul'jin 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
  • Classic Hunter is a mid-range deck, focused around Beast synergy. It has some cheaper cards capable of contesting the early game, as well as powerful minions like Savannah Highmane and King Krush for the later game.

Mage[edit | edit source]

Classic Mage
Want to be a Mage? This deck of timeless Basic and Classic cards is designed to enhance and support spell casting!
Name No Card set
Arcane Missiles 2 Basic
Mana Wyrm 2 Classic
Mirror Image 2 Basic
Frostbolt 2 Basic
Acidic Swamp Ooze 2 Basic
Kobold Geomancer 2 Classic
Sorcerer's Apprentice 2 Classic
Arcane Intellect 2 Basic
Mirror Entity 2 Classic
Fireball 2 Basic
Polymorph 2 Basic
Water Elemental 2 Basic
Archmage 2 Basic
Archmage Antonidas 1 Classic
Flamestrike 2 Basic
Pyroblast 1 Classic
Khadgar's Creations
Summon powerful minions with the help of Khadgar and Kalecgos. Keep your opponent's minions at bay with freeze effects and devastating board clears!
Name No Card set
Ray of Frost 2 Rise of Shadows
Doomsayer 2 Classic
Frostbolt 2 Basic
Khadgar 1 Rise of Shadows
Acolyte of Pain 1 Classic
Arcane Intellect 2 Basic
Conjurer's Calling 1 Rise of Shadows
Frost Nova 2 Basic
Messenger Raven 1 Rise of Shadows
Fireball 2 Classic
Polymorph 2 Basic
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Blizzard 2 Classic
Astromancer 2 The Boomsday Project
Flamestrike 2 Basic
Hex Lord Malacrass 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Power of Creation 2 Rise of Shadows
Alexstrasza 1 Classic
Kalecgos 1 Rise of Shadows
Archmages of Dalaran
The Mages of Dalaran are masters of casting spells. Fire off as many spell as you can, then get even more with Mana Cyclone!
Name No Card set
Elemental Evocation 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Arcane Missiles 2 Basic
Magic Trick 2 Rise of Shadows
Ray of Frost 2 Rise of Shadows
Shooting Star 2 The Boomsday Project
Bloodmage Thalnos 1 Classic
Frostbolt 2 Basic
Magic Dart Frog 2 Rise of Shadows
Mana Cyclone 2 Rise of Shadows
Sorcerer's Apprentice 2 Classic
Spellzerker 2 Rasktahan's Rumble
Arcane Intellect 2 Basic
Cinderstorm 1 The Witchwood
Stargazer Luna 1 The Boomsday Project
Cosmic Anomaly 2 The Boomsday Project
Fireball 2 Basic
Archmage Antonidas 1 Classic

Cards common to all decks include Frostbolt and Fireball, providing either single target removal or burst damage to end the game, and Flamestrike, very effective for removing large numbers of small or medium enemy minions. Mana Wyrm is a good early game play, especially in combination with cheap spells like Frostbolt and Arcane Missiles, which is also useful for countering early game aggression. Arcane Intellect is good for any late game deck, providing a cheap source of card draw.

  • Classic Mage is a solid control mage deck with an emphasis on damage from spells, helped along by some Spell Damage minions. This deck aims to control the board and delay attack until it can bring out Archmage Antonidas, which can generate endless Fireballs to win the match. Alternatively, use a combination of minions and spells to defeat the opponent without Antonidas. The deck has a mixture of other spell synergy minions such as Mana Wyrm and Sorcerer's Apprentice to benefit from the spell casting.

Paladin[edit | edit source]

Classic Paladin
Interested in justice? Consider a career as a Paladin with these Basic and Classic cards! Command your army to control the board and cast blessed spells of the Light!
Name No Card set
Acidic Swamp Ooze 2 Basic
Argent Protector 2 Classic
River Crocolisk 2 Basic
Aldor Peacekeeper 2 Classic
Harvest Golem 2 Classic
Shattered Sun Cleric 2 Basic
Blessing of Kings 2 Basic
Consecration 2 Basic
Equality 2 Classic
Sen'jin Shieldmasta 2 Basic
Truesilver Champion 2 Basic
Silver Hand Knight 2 Classic
Boulderfist Ogre 2 Basic
Guardian of Kings 1 Basic
Stormwind Champion 1 Basic
Lay on Hands 1 Classic
Tirion Fordring 1 Classic
Shirvallah's Chosen
Shirvallah's Tigers say they're the strongest fighters in Stranglethorn. Enhance your minions with powerful spells to test their might.
Crystalsmith Kangor 1 The Boomsday Project
Flash of Light 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Immortal Prelate 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Lightforged Blessing 2 Rise of Shadows
Sound the Bells! 2 The Witchwood
Wild Pyromancer 2 Classic
Acolyte of Pain 2 Classic
Call to Adventure 2 Rise of Shadows
High Priest Thekal 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Blessing of Kings 2 Basic
Consecration 2 Basic
Equality 2 Classic
Spirit of the Tiger 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Farraki Battleaxe 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
A New Challenger... 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Countess Ashmore 1 The Witchwood
Lay on Hands 1 Classic
Shirvallah, the Tiger 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
The Sunreavers' Secrets
Keep your opponent guessing with an onslaught of Secets. With your minions protected, make an aggressive push to end the game before they know what's coming!
Argent Squire 2 Classic
Autodefense Matrix 2 The Boomsday Project
Blessing of Might 2 Basic
Never Surrender! 2 Rise of Shadows
Noble Sacrifice 2 Classic
Redemption 2 Classic
Secretkeeper 2 Classic
Knife Juggler 2 Classic
Mysterious Blade 2 Rise of Shadows
Sunreaver Spy 2 Rise of Shadows
Commander Rhyssa 1 Rise of Shadows
Masked Contender 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Bellringer Sentry 2 The Witchwood
Blessing of Kings 2 Basic
Truesilver Champion 2 Basic
Leeroy Jenkins 1 Classic

Cards common to all decks include Equality and Consecration, a powerful combo to remove all enemy minions from the board regardless of their Health. Truesilver Champion is strong and useful form of removal, with its healing partially compensating for damage taken from attacking minions.

  • Classic Paladin is a mostly Basic paladin deck, with a lean toward heavier minions and the late game with Lay on Hands and Guardian of Kings. The deck has no specific win condition, although Tirion Fordring is a very strong play, with Ashbringer alone potentially providing a source of 15 damage.

Priest[edit | edit source]

Classic Priest
Are you a healer? With this deck of solid Basic and Classic cards, keep your minions alive as they fight for you!
Name No Card set
Circle of Healing 2 Classic
Northshire Cleric 2 Basic
Power Word: Shield 2 Basic
Wild Pyromancer 2 Classic
Earthen Ring Farseer 2 Classic
Injured Blademaster 2 Classic
Shadow Word: Death 2 Basic
Thoughtsteal 2 Classic
Auchenai Soulpriest 2 Classic
Chillwind Yeti 2 Basic
Lightspawn 1 Classic
Sen'jin Shieldmasta 2 Basic
Holy Nova 2 Basic
Cabal Shadow Priest 1 Classic
Temple Enforcer 2 Classic
Prophet Velen 1 Classic
Mind Control 1 Basic
Whispers from the Grave
Summon an army of Deathrattle minions to do your bidding. With the aid of the shadows, every Deathrattle will work to your advantage.
Name No Card set
Circle of Healing 2 Classic
Silence 1 Classic
Northshire Cleric 2 Basic
Power Word: Shield 2 Basic
Auchenai Phantasm 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Dead Ringer 2 The Boomsday Project
EVIL Conscripter 2 Rise of Shadows
Shadowy Figure 2 Rise of Shadows
Extra Arms 1 The Boomsday Project
Madame Lazul 1 Rise of Shadows
Shadow Word: Death 2 Basic
Auchenai Soulpriest 2 Classic
Hench-Clan Shadequill 2 Rise of Shadows
Convincing Infiltrator 2 Rise of Shadows
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Coffin Crasher 2 The Witchwood
Mechanical Whelp 2 The Boomsday Project
Da Undatakah 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Day of the Dead
Summon and heal huge Taunt minions to take over the game. If they fall, resurrect them with the help of Catrina Muerte!
Name No Card set
Circle of Healing 2 Classic
Forbidden Words 2 Rise of Shadows
Topsy Turvy 1 The Boomsday Project
Northshire Cleric 2 Basic
Power Word: Shield 2 Basic
Divine Spirit 2 Basic
Shadow Word: Pain 2 Basic
Injured Blademaster 2 Classic
Auchenai Soulpriest 2 Classic
Hench-Clan Shadequill 2 Rise of Shadows
Mass Hysteria 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Witchwood Grizzly 2 The Witchwood
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Damaged Stegotron 2 The Boomsday Project
Batterhead 1 Rise of Shadows
Catrina Muerte 1 Rise of Shadows
Mass Resurrection 2 Rise of Shadows

Cards featuring in multiple decks include Shadow Word: Death, a powerful solution to higher Attack minions, Holy Nova, a versatile damage/healing AoE card, and Power Word: Shield, which helps with efficient trading, or restoring damaged minions. Healing synergy is featured in every deck through the evergreen Northshire Cleric, a rich source of card draw, Circle of Healing, which can be combined with Northshire Cleric for massive card draw or with Auchenai Soulpriest for AoE removal, and Injured Blademaster, providing good card value. Mind control effects like Mind Control, Cabal Shadow Priest and Sylvanas Windrunner are trademarks of the priest class, providing excellent card advantage as well as great strategic potential.

  • Classic Priest is a solid priest deck with a focus on healing synergy and mind control effects. Auchenai Soulpriest provides some versatility for their Hero Power and cards like Circle of Healing. This type of deck is mostly reactive, waiting until the right moment to play out a highly efficient combo, or turn the opponent's cards against them.

Rogue[edit | edit source]

Classic Rogue
Orchestrate the situation to your maximum advantage. Exploit card interactions and strike swiftly with this deadly aggressive deck of Basic and Classic cards!
Name No Card set
Backstab 2 Basic
Abusive Sergeant 2 Classic
Deadly Poison 2 Basic
Leper Gnome 2 Classic
Southsea Deckhand 2 Classic
Acidic Swamp Ooze 2 Basic
Bloodsail Raider 2 Classic
Bluegill Warrior 2 Basic
Eviscerate 2 Classic
Knife Juggler 2 Classic
Sap 2 Basic
Edwin VanCleef 1 Classic
Wolfrider 2 Basic
Dark Iron Dwarf 2 Classic
Dread Corsair 1 Classic
Assassin's Blade 1 Basic
Sprint 1 Basic
Cursed Crew
The Sharkfin Crew has bribed new allies to join their cause. Raid the board with your pirates and blow your opponent out of the water with Cannon Barrage.
Name No Card set
Backstab 2 Basic
Preparation 2 Classic
Southsea Deckhand 2 Classic
Bloodsail Raider 2 Classic
Eviscerate 2 Classic
Sharkfin Fan 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Edwin VanCleef 1 Classic
Fan of Knives 2 Basic
Hench-Clan Thug 2 The Witchwood
SI:7 Agent 1 Classic
Southsea Captain 2 Classic
Hench-Clan Burglar 2 Rise of Shadows
Ticket Scalper 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Walk the Plank 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Captain Greenskin 1 Classic
Cannon Barrage 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Cursed Castaway 2 The Witchwood
Captain Hooktusk 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
The Heist
Snatch cards from other classes to improve your own. If you don't know what you're going to get, how will your opponent?!
Name No Card set
Backstab 2 Basic
Preparation 2 Classic
Argent Squire 2 Classic
Pilfer 2 Classic
Togwaggle's Scheme 1 Rise of Shadows
Eviscerate 2 Classic
Underbelly Fence 2 Rise of Shadows
Blink Fox 2 The Witchwood
Edwin VanCleef 1 Classic
Face Collector 1 The Witchwood
Fan of Knives 2 Basic
SI:7 Agent 2 Classic
Academic Espionage 1 The Boomsday Project
Hench-Clan Burglar 2 Rise of Shadows
Vendetta 2 Rise of Shadows
Walk the Plank 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Myra's Unstable Element 1 The Boomsday Project
Tak Nozwhisker 1 Rise of Shadows
Tess Greymane 1 The Witchwood

Cards common to multiple decks include the standard rogue removal spells Backstab, Shiv and Eviscerate; Sap for countering big minion and breaking the opponent's tempo; Sprint for card draw; and Deadly Poison and Blade Flurry, useful sources of damage alone, but even more so in combination.

  • Classic Rogue is an aggressive deck, focused on quickly putting out small minions and overwhelming the opponent in the early game. There is weapon synergy through the Pirates Dread Corsair, Bloodsail Raider and Southsea Deckhand - this can be activated through the rogue's Hero Power Dagger Mastery, or through Assassin's Blade. Edwin VanCleef is the sole big minion, presenting an alternate means of winning matches through creating a giant threat the opponent may not be able to counter, or at least some good value.

Shaman[edit | edit source]

Classic Shaman
Elements guide your path! Use elemental magic to destroy enemy minions, and enhance your own to overwhelm your opponent. All you need is Basic and Classic cards!
Name No Card set
Argent Squire 2 Classic
Earth Shock 1 Classic
Lightning Bolt 2 Classic
Acidic Swamp Ooze 2 Basic
Kobold Geomancer 2 Classic
Murloc Tidehunter 2 Basic
Rockbiter Weapon 2 Basic
Flametongue Totem 2 Basic
Stormforged Axe 2 Classic
Hex 2 Basic
Lightning Storm 1 Classic
Mana Tide Totem 1 Classic
Shattered Sun Cleric 2 Basic
Chillwind Yeti 2 Basic
Bloodlust 1 Basic
Doomhammer 1 Classic
Fire Elemental 2 Basic
Al'Akir the Windlord 1 Classic
Swamp of Horror
Survive your opponent's assault with Hagatha's help. Create an army of massive minions with Muckmorpher and Eureka!
Name No Card set
Totemic Smash 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Ancestral Spirit 2 Classic
Big Bad Voodoo 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Far Sight 2 Classic
Haunting Visions 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Lightning Storm 2 Classic
Hex 2 Basic
Hagatha's Scheme 2 Rise of Shadows
Muckmorpher 2 Rise of Shadows
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Eureka! 2 The Boomsday Project
Rain of Toads 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Al'Akir the Windlord 1 Classic
Hagatha the Witch 1 The Witchwood
Walking Fountain 2 Rise of Shadows
Ysera 1 Classic
Big Bad Archmage 2 Rise of Shadows
Underbelly Underlings
"Mrrgl mrrgl mrrrrrrrgl. Mrrrrrgl! Mrgl?" - Morgl the Oracle
Name No Card set
Grimscale Oracle 2 Classic
Murloc Raider 2 Basic
Murloc Tidecaller 2 Rise of Shadows
Sludge Slurper 2 Rise of Shadows
Toxfin 1 Rise of Shadows
Bluegill Warrior 2 Basic
Ghost Light Angler 2 The Witchwood
Murloc Tidehunter 2 Basic
Soul of the Murloc 2 Rise of Shadows
Underbelly Angler 2 Rise of Shadows
Coldlight Seer 2 Classic
Murloc Warleader 2 Classic
Nightmare Amalgam 2 The Witchwood
Murloc Tastyfin 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Scargil 1 Rise of Shadows
Bloodlust 2 Classic

Cards common to multiple decks include Rockbiter Weapon and Lightning Bolt, good sources of removal or burst damage; Earth Shock and Hex, for neutralising minions and removing powerful effects; Flametongue Totem for efficient trading; Lightning Storm for AoE removal; and Fire Elemental, a powerful minion with a very useful Battlecry.

  • Classic Shaman is a balanced deck relying on staple shaman cards. Al'Akir the Windlord is a possible win condition in combination with Rockbiter Weapon for double Windfury damage; Doomhammer is another, offer similar synergy with Rockbiter Weapon while also offering repeated removal and a larger and more reliable source of sustained damage. Bloodlust provides the other main strategy, potentially granting one turn kills with a full board of minions, or less ambitiously 10+ extra damage to win the game.

Warlock[edit | edit source]

Classic Warlock
Power is all that matters, and you take it from whatever the source. This fast paced deck of Basic and Classic cards is full of minions intent on swift destruction of your opponent.
Name No Card set
Abusive Sergeant 2 Classic
Elven Archer 2 Basic
Flame Imp 2 Classic
Mortal Coil 2 Basic
Soulfire 2 Basic
Voidwalker 2 Basic
Acidic Swamp Ooze 2 Basic
Knife Juggler 2 Classic
Murloc Tidehunter 2 Basic
Harvest Golem 1 Classic
Razorfen Hunter 2 Basic
Shattered Sun Cleric 2 Basic
Dark Iron Dwarf 2 Classic
Defender of Argus 2 Classic
Frostwolf Warlord 2 Basic
Lord Jaraxxus 1 Classic
Hand of Gul'dan
As your hand size grows larger, your minions grow stronger. With a full hand, you'll easily overwhelm your opponent with giant minions.
Name No Card set
Mortal Coil 2 Basic
Acidic Swamp Ooze 2 Basic
Doomsayer 2 Classic
Sunfury Protector 2 Classic
Earthen Ring Farseer 2 Classic
Shadow Bolt 2 Basic
Hellfire 2 Basic
Proud Defender 2 Rise of Shadows
Spellbreaker 1 Classic
Twilight Drake 2 Classic
Faceless Manipulator 1 Classic
Omega Agent 2 The Boomsday Project
Rotten Applebaum 2 The Witchwood
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Siphon Soul 2 Classic
Arch-Villain Rafaam 1 Rise of Shadows
Lord Godfrey 1 The Witchwood
Twisting Nether 1 Classic
Mountain Giant 2 Classic
Ultimate Impfestation
Rafaam's imps are swarming the streets of Dalaran. Summon the Legion to unlock the power of the largest, mightiest imps!
Name No Card set
Blood Imp 2 Classic
Flame Imp 2 Classic
Soulfire 2 Basic
Voidwalker 2 Basic
Witchwood Imp 2 The Witchwood
Dire Wolf Alpha 2 Classic
Knife Juggler 2 Classic
Void Analyst 2 The Boomsday Project
Doubling Imp 2 The Boomsday Project
Impferno 2 Rise of Shadows
Rafaam's Scheme 2 Rise of Shadows
Fiendish Circle 2 The Witchwood
Hench-Clan Hag 2 Rise of Shadows
Jumbo Imp 2 Rise of Shadows
Sea Giant 2 Classic

Warrior[edit | edit source]

Classic Warrior
What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger! These Basic and Classic cards take advantage of taking damage, and allow your hero to take part in the battle with weapons!
Name No Card set
Inner Rage 2 Classic
Execute 2 Basic
Whirlwind 2 Basic
Amani Berserker 2 Classic
Battle Rage 1 Classic
Cruel Taskmaster 2 Classic
Acolyte of Pain 2 Classic
Fiery War Axe 2 Basic
Frothing Berserker 2 Classic
Raging Worgen 2 Classic
Shattered Sun Cleric 1 Basic
Shield Block 2 Basic
Gnomish Inventor 1 Basic
Kor'kron Elite 2 Basic
Arcanite Reaper 2 Basic
Gurubashi Berserker 2 Basic
Grommash Hellscream 1 Classic
Wings of War
War Master Voone is building an army of dragons to take the Rumble by storm. Turn your foes to ashes with their powerful battlecry effects!
Name No Card set
Devastate 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Shield Slam 2 Classic
Dragon Roar 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Firetree Witchdoctor 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Warpath 2 The Witchwood
Weapons Project 2 The Boomsday Project
Acolyte of Pain 1 Classic
Nightmare Amalgam 1 The Witchwood
Shield Block 1 Basic
Smolderthorn Lancer 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Proud Defender 2 Rise of Shadows
Scaleworm 2 The Witchwood
War Master Voone 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Barista Lynchen 1 Rise of Shadows
Dragonmaw Scorcher 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Emberscale Drake 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Harrison Jones 1 Classic
Crowd Roaster 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Ysera 1 Classic
Droppin' the Boom
Dr. Boom's bombs are a bit... bigger this time. Smash your opponent out of the game by summoning massive minions to take down anything in your path.
Name No Card set
Shield Slam 2 Classic
Whirlwind 2 Basic
Execute 2 Basic
Slam 2 Classic
Warpath 2 The Witchwood
Shield Block 2 Basic
Brawl 2 Classic
Supercollider 2 The Boomsday Project
Witchwood Grizzly 2 The Witchwood
Zilliax 1 The Boomsday Project
Amani War Bear 2 Rastakhan's Rumble
Dr. Boom, Mad Genius 1 The Boomsday Project
Akali, the Rhino 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Grommash Hellscream 1 Classic
Oondasta 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
The Boomship 1 Rastakhan's Rumble
Dimensional Ripper 1 Rise of Shadows
The Boom Reaver 1 Rise of Shadows

Cards common to multiple decks include the staple weapon Fiery War Axe, primarily for early game and weaker minion removal; Whirlwind, for AoE removal, but often more importantly the damaging of the warrior's own minions; Shield Block, a tempo-slowing card that generates Armor; and Execute for big or problematic minion removal. All decks feature some amount of damage synergy, with cards that gain additional effects when damaged: Grom Hellscream is often the primary win condition of the deck, easily activated by Inner Rage or Cruel Taskmaster; Frothing Berserker is a powerful damage-triggered minion, and potentially a win condition in its own right; other minions like Amani Berserker, Acolyte of Pain and Raging Worgen also provide damage synergy; while Battle Rage generates cards from the many damaged characters.

  • Classic Warrior is a staple warrior deck mostly using the cards described above to provide damage synergy, weapons and a few solid minions.

Previous Deck Recipes[edit | edit source]

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new Rastakhan's Rumble recipes.

Feral Frenzy (Druid)
Take matters into your own hands! Improve your hero's Attack to enable Gonk's Raptors to take over the battle.
I Hunt Alone (Hunter)
Even though your deck has no minions, you'll never truly be alone. Set deadly traps and summon allies until you're ready to finish off your foes with Rhok'delar!
Spells are fun, SO FUN! (Mage)
Mage is all about big, flashy spells. But what kind of minions do you want in a deck like that? Ones that give you MORE spells! Once you've had your fill of slinging magic, use Dragoncaller Alanna to summon the fury of the mighty Red Dragonflight!
Power of the Dragonhawk (Mage)
The Dragonhawks LOVE fire! Upgrade your hero power for even MORE FIRE! Set enough things on fire and you might even summon the Firelord himself...
Kangor's Endless Army (Paladin)
Build a custom Mech army! Magnetic Mechs combine to create all new ways to smash your opponent.
Awesome Augmentation (Priest)
Priest Scientists are hard at work discovering how to hit someone really, really hard. Buff up a minion and share your findings - with your opponent!
Surrender to Madness (Priest)
Bwonsamdi's Zombies don't say dead for long. Shuffle your fallen minions into your deck with Spirit of the Dead, then power them up with Surrender to Madness!
The Necrium Trials (Rogue)
Myra Rotspring is studying the effects of Necrium and has nicknamed it "Artificial Death." Test subjects say it feels just like the real thing!
Witchwood Awoken (Shaman)
The Witchwood stirs, awoken by the magics of Hagatha herself! Your powerful spells and minions assure you maintain complete control of the battlefield.
Big Bad Voodoo (Shaman)
Da Frogs are big into voodo, 'mon. Embrace your darker side and evolve your minions for powerful and unpredictable results!
Hir'eek's Offering (Warlock)
Swarm the board with sacrificial minions to offer to the Spirit of the Bat. End the game by unleashing the mad god Hir'eek upon your opponent!
Reckless Ritual (Warlock)
The trolls will sacrifice just about anything to win. Manipulate your discard effects to umlock extra power and take over the game!
The Boomsday Project (Warrior)
Dr. Boom's Mech factory is developin DEADLY technology. (Dr. Boom's Guarantee: Probably more deadly for your opponent!)

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new Rastakhan's Rumble recipes.

Out of the Woods (Druid)
Recruit the mighty creatures of the dungeon to your cause! Clone your party and overwhelm your foes with powerful Deathrattle effects.
Flark's Fireworks (Hunter)
Have a bomb? Want to attach another bomb, strap on some rockets, then watch everything explode? Then Boommaster Flark has a deck for you!
Shooting Stars (Mage)
Mages have learned how to wield the very power of the stars. Combine Spell Damage with devastating effects to erase your enemies from existence!
Greymane's Alliance (Paladin)
Genn Greymane joins forces with the Silver Hand, using only even-Cost cards to purge Gilneas of the Witchwood's encroaching evils.
Quest For Immortality (Priest)
Zerek, Master Cloner will conduct any experiment necessary to achieve immortality. Copy Deathrattle minions and discover the secret for yourself!
Stolen Research (Rogue)
"Borrow" ideas from your opponent by generating cards from their class, then use them for profit. Who knew being a scientist was so easy?!
The Storm Bringer (Shaman)
The Netherstorm is home to fearsome Elementals. Harness their power and bring destruction to your foes at lightning speed!
The Omega Project (Warlock)
The clock is ticking. Reach 10 Mana Crystals to unlock the power of the Omega Project and bring doom to any who stand in your way!
Demonology Lab (Warlock)
The scientific field of study favored by Warlocks is all about experimenting on Demons and ghosts. Don't worry, they won't mind... probably.
The Gilneas Armory (Warrior)
Tank Up with this deck of all odd-Cost cards. Taunt your opponents as they run out of resources, then blast them with the power of Ragnaros himself!

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new The Boomsday Project recipes.

Victory at Hand (Druid)
Take advantage of card effects that become more powerful with lots of cards in your hand. Overwhelm enemies with a constant stream of minions!
Dragons of the Swamp (Hunter)
The denizens of the marsh love to be in the presence of death. Join their hunt and your opponents will fall prey to the monsters of the Witchwood!
Book of Specters (Mage)
The Book of Specters contains tales of many monsters. None are more terrifying than the heartless Elementals, ready to devour any who cross their path.
Shields of the Light (Paladin)
Take the fight to the Lich King and go offensive with your Divine Shield minions! Wield the power of the divine to bolster your minions and weapons in the fight against evil.
Shadowreaper's Revenge (Priest)
The Void shall burn you! Use the power of the Ligh to accumulate fuel with Lyra the Sunshard. Then unleash the dark power of Shadowreaper Anduin and your army of spell damage minions and spells.
Moonlight Vigil (Priest)
Baku's presence infuses your Hero Power with moonlight in this deck of only odd-Cost cards. Keep your minions healthy, then empower them!
Shrouded in Secrecy (Rogue)
Sonya Shadowdancer has signed a secret pact with the Fal'dorei. Help your new allies swarm the battlefield again and again until your enemy is no more.
Ghostly Echoes (Rogue)
The Witchwood is no place to travel alone... echoes of past tragedies linger in the air, threatening to drive mad any who overstay their welcome.
Remorseless Winter (Shaman)
Control the elements of the frost and stop your opponent cold in their tracks. Freeze the blood in your enemies' veins and use ice to bolster your own minions!
The Dark Pact (Warlock)
Bloodreaver Gul'dan has acquired a weapon of insurmountable power and entered into a dark pact to wield it. Do you dare unlock the power of the Skull of the Man'ari and the demons that serve it?
Witch's Bargain (Warlock)
Power may come at a price, but seeing your enemies cower before you is worth any cost. Unleash the very darkness of the Witchwood!
Rush In! (Warrior)
Your minions are looking for a fight, and they know how to win! Punish your opponent's every move and smash your way to an overwhelming victory!

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new The Witchwood recipes.

Pestilence (Druid)
Corrupt the wilds and disrupt the natural order! Control a swarm of poisonous spiders, scarabs, and big Taunt minions to whittle your opponent down and show them that none can withstand the might of the Scourge.
The Eternal Hunt (Hunter)
Deathstalker Rexxar commands a horde of Deathrattle minions. Send your minions to die and raise them from their graves. Finish off your foe by stitching together beasts and forming grotesque Zombeasts.
Fire and Ice (Mage)
Frost Lich Jaina is summoning elementals to do her bidding and is adding a frosty touch. Mix the power of fiery and frosty elementals to burn and freeze your foes
The Dig (Rogue)
Pirates are searching the ice caverns of Un'goro for hidden treasure. Play the same minion multiple times and unearth the Crystal Core to empower the rest of your scoundrels!
Merciless Sacrifice (Warlock)
True power comes at a price. Sacrifice your own minions to feed your others and embrace the darkness of the San'layn.
Guarding the Shard (Warrior)
Shields up! You are forging Sulfuras but you need more time. Use taunt minions to protect your hero until you seize the legendary hammer and SWAT SOME INSECTS!
No Pain, No Gain (Warrior)
Your minions are ready and willing to do your bidding and whatever it takes to succeeed. Deal damage to your own minions and finish the job as Scourgelord Garrosh, cleaving a path to victory with Shadowmourne.

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new Kobolds and Catacombs recipes.

The Lotus’ Golems (Druid)
Channel the power of the Jade Golems. These minions get stronger for each one you play, so play as many as you can!
Deathtrap (Hunter)
Set traps to protect yourself as you control the pace with other spells. End the game with some of your bigger minions or a flurry of damage to your opponent’s hero.
Kabalist Mixology (Mage)
The greatest leaders in the Kabal combine their powers into a mixture of fury! Your deck has only one of each card so your leaders can unleash their full power!
Primordial Blessings (Paladin)
Who really wants small minions? Make them mighty and dinosized! Cast spells on your small minions to power the crystals and unleash the mighty Galvadon.
Awakenings (Priest)
Summon forth a glorious host of Deathrattle minions to receive the Light's ultimate boon.
Jades of Death (Rogue)
Valeera and Aya Blackpaw team up to wreak havoc on their foes. Command your army of Deathrattle and Jade minions to gain early tempo and finish off your opponent with Valeera the Hollow and N'Zoth, the Corruptor.
Storm, Earth, and Fire (Shaman)
The elements have come to your aid! Call upon hordes of elementals, create mighty storms, and crush all who stand in your path...
Feed the Void (Warlock)
Discard your cards into the volatile Nether Portal. Tear open the rift and unlock a limitless legion of imps!

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new Knights of the Frozen Throne recipes.

Might of the Dino King (Druid)
Dragons and tigers and dinos, oh my! Grow quickly and summon big dinosaurs to draw out Barnabus to stomp your opponent.
Dinomancer (Hunter)
Set down your bow, and claim the Dinomancer title. Summon beasts and then supersize them using your new hero power!
Flames of the Phoenix (Mage)
The chaotic fire elementals hunger for destruction! Harness their powers to melt your opponent's minions away.
Dragons of Justice (Paladin)
Keep your opponent's board clear and finish the job with your high cost dragons.
C'Thun's Clutch (Priest)
Heal your minions to keep them alive long enough to see the rise of the horrific C'Thun!
Gadgetzan Dockside (Rogue)
The pirates are the closest thing to legitimate trade you’ll get in Gadgetzan. Dock your ship and let loose a tide of piracy to rush down your opponent!
Murloc Association (Shaman)
One of Gadgetzan’s fishier districts plays home to roving groups of Murlocs. Once you get enough of them together, they can overrun the enemy with a well-timed spell.
Demons of the Kabal (Warlock)
The Kabal traffic in some dark magics…. Unleash your darker side and summon some of the most evil demons this side of Azeroth.
The Goons’ Empire (Warrior)
Use every trick in the Grimy Goons' playbook to get one up on your opponent. Finish them off with a huge minion you’ve empowered in your hand.

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new Journey to Un'Goro recipes.

The Ancient Gods (Druid)
Use the Druid's Mana-generating spells to summon the servants of the Old Gods way ahead of schedule.
Band of Beasts (Hunter)
Those of you not scared of beasts have clearly never seen one with tons of weapons attached. Suit up your beasts and get 'em out there!
Madness and Magic (Mage)
Cast as many spells as possible: Each one will fuel the reawakening of Yogg-Saron.
The Mean Market (Paladin)
The Goons have helped you procure a few… implements. Power up the minions in your hand before sending them out on a job.
Hidden Dragon (Priest)
Kazakus has always had a soft spot for Dragons. Combine his potions and their fiery might to overwhelm your opponents!
Echoes of Death (Rogue)
Trade your minions aggressively! Most of them give you an advantage when they're killed, so sacrifice away.
Totally Totems (Shaman)
On their own, each totem is fairly weak, but amassing an army of them can be quite scary. It'll help you win the game, too.
Ancient Hordes (Warlock)
Bolster your armies with the innumerable minions of the Old Gods. Swarm the board with smaller minions to overwhelm your opponent.
Serve the Old Gods (Warrior)
Protect yourself as your devotion to C'Thun grows. Amass enough armor that your opponent's efforts become futile before the Old Gods!

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new Mean Streets of Gadgetzan recipes.

Overwhelming Numbers (Druid)
What is better than three minions? Seven, of course! Summon an army of smaller minions, and grow them into huge monsters.
Whispers of Death (Hunter)
Do not fear death, hero; your minions are useful to you both dead and alive. Keep trading your minions for theirs; you will eventually overwhelm them.
Dragonfire (Mage)
The ancient dragons will crush all opposition, assuming you live long enough to summon them. Nefarian told me to tell you not to embarrass him by dying.
Shields Up! (Paladin)
Protect your minions with Divine Shield and they'll be able to take on two enemies at a time!
Strike With the Shadows (Priest)
Take matters into your own hands. Trade in some healing spells for deadly shadow magic and aggressive minions!
Empowered Spells (Rogue)
Surprise your opponent with just how much damage you can do. Spell Damage minions will strengthen your spells to help finish the job.
Minion Evolution (Shaman)
Summon as many minions as possible before evolving them! Evolve minions that have already done work for you to maximize your value!
Handlock (Warlock)
You’ll want to stay alive while using your Hero Power as much as possible, some of your cards get better the more cards you have in your hand.
Reno Jackson (Warrior)
This deck only has one copy of each card in it, so that Reno Jackson can bring you back from the brink!

The following recipes were removed with Patch to make room for new Whispers of the Old Gods recipes.

Ferocious Beasts (Druid)
Continuously assault your opponent with the most ferocious beasts Azeroth has to offer. And a few non-beasts. They're honorary beasts.
The Thrill of the Hunt (Hunter)
This Hunter deck is one of the most aggressive in the game. Remember: if you're not attacking their hero, you're probably doing it wrong.
Spells Unending (Mage)
This deck is packed with tons of minions who find you more cards. Trade your spells and minions for theirs aggressively to leverage the extra cards you’re getting.
Tide of Murlocs (Paladin)
Summon the greatest army of the tides. You’ll need to practice your battle cry! All together now: "MRGGLGLGGGL!"
Dragonflight (Priest)
Survival is key when dealing with dragons. If you can last long enough, your big dragons will end up taking over the late game.
It's Combo Time (Rogue)
Combo multiple cards together in a single turn for maximum effectiveness! Keep control and pair your cards effectively.
Murlocs Unleashed (Shaman)
Try rushing down your opponents using the Murloc’s aggressive synergies and finish them off with direct damage.
Demon Horde (Warlock)
Fill your board up and keep it full. Many of your cards become more powerful when you have tons of minions on the field, so decide carefully how your minions attack.
Unleash Your Rage (Warrior)
Dealing damage to your own minions is your path to victory here. Keep them alive long enough to take damage multiple times.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Deck Recipes were added to the game more than a month ahead of Standard format, but with decklists specifically limited to cards valid in Standard. The sole exception was Tide of Murlocs (Paladin), which included Old Murk-Eye, from the non-Standard Reward set, confusing some players. This was confirmed as an error and replaced with a second Guardian of Kings in Patch[4]

Patch changes[edit | edit source]

  • Rise of Shadows logo.png Patch (2019-04-04):
    • Added: Nature's Restoration (Druid), The Scrap Hunter (Hunter), Khadgar's Creations (Mage), Archmages of Dalaran (Mage), The Sunreavers' Secrets (Paladin), Whispers from the Grave (Priest), Day of the Dead (Priest), The Heist (Rogue), Swamp of Horror (Shaman), Underbelly Underlings (Shaman), Hand of Gul'dan (Warlock), Ultimate Impfestation (Warlock), Droppin' the Boom (Warrior)
    • Removed: Feral Frenzy (Druid), I Hunt Alone (Hunter), Spells are fun, SO FUN! (Mage), Power of the Dragonhawk (Mage), Kangor's Endless Army (Paladin), Awesome Augmentation (Priest), Surrender to Madness (Priest), The Necrium Trials (Rogue), Witchwood Awoken (Shaman), Big Bad Voodoo (Shaman), Hir'eek's Offering (Warlock), Reckless Ritual (Warlock), The Boomsday Project (Warrior)
  • Rastakhan's Rumble logo.png Patch (2018-11-29):
    • Added: Feral Frenzy (Druid), Animal Instincts (Hunter), Power of the Dragonhawk (Mage), Shirvallah's Chosen (Paladin), Surrender to Madness (Priest), Cursed Crew (Rogue), Big Bad Voodoo (Shaman), Hir'eek's Offering and Reckless Ritual (Warlock), Wings of War (Warrior)
    • Removed: Out of the Woods (Druid), Flark's Fireworks (Hunter), Shooting Stars (Mage), Greymane's Alliance (Paladin), Quest For Immortality (Priest), Stolen Research (Rogue), The Storm Bringer (Shaman), The Omega Project and Demonology Lab (Warlock), The Gilneas Armory (Warrior)
  • The Boomsday Project logo.png Patch (2018-08-02):
    • Added: Trees Are Friends (Druid), Flark's Fireworks (Hunter), Shooting Stars (Mage), Kangor's Endless Army (Paladin), Quest For Immortality and Awesome Augmentation (Priest), Stolen Research and The Necrium Trials (Rogue), The Storm Bringer (Shaman), The Omega Project and Demonology Lab (Warlock), The Boomsday Project (Warrior)
    • Removed: Victory at Hand (Druid), Dragons of the Swamp (Hunter), Book of Specters (Mage), Shields of the Light (Paladin), Shadowreaper's Revenge and Moonlight Vigil (Priest), Shrouded in Secrecy and Ghostly Echoes (Rogue), Remorseless Winter (Shaman), The Dark Pact and Witch's Bargain (Warlock), Rush In! (Warrior)
  • The Witchwood logo.png Patch (2018-04-10):
    • Added: Victory at Hand (Druid), Dragons of the Swamp (Hunter), Book of Specters (Mage), Greymane's Alliance (Paladin), Moonlight Vigil (Priest), Ghostly Echoes (Rogue), Witchwood Awoken (Shaman), Witch's Bargain (Warlock), Rush In! and The Gilneas Armory (Warrior)
    • Removed: Pestilence (Druid), The Eternal Hunt (Hunter), Fire and Ice (Mage), Unknown (Paladin), Unknown (Priest), The Dig (Rogue), Unknown (Shaman), Merciless Sacrifice (Warlock), Guarding the Shard and No Pain, No Gain (Warrior)
  • Kobolds and Catacombs logo.png Patch (2017-12-06):
    • Added: Out of the Woods (Druid), I Hunt Alone (Hunter), Spells are fun, SO FUN! (Mage), Unknown (Paladin), Unknown (Priest), Shrouded in Secrecy (Rogue), Unknown (Shaman), The Dark Pact (Warlock), none (Warrior)
    • Removed: The Lotus’ Golems (Druid), Deathtrap (Hunter), Kabalist Mixology (Mage), Primordial Blessings (Paladin), Awakenings (Priest), Jades of Death (Rogue), Storm, Earth, and Fire (Shaman), Feed the Void (Warlock), none (Warrior)
  • Knights of the Frozen Throne logo.png Patch (2017-08-08):
    • Added: Pestilence (Druid), The Eternal Hunt (Hunter), Fire and Ice (Mage), Shields of the Light (Paladin), Shadowreaper's Revenge (Priest), Jades of Death (Rogue), Remorseless Winter (Shaman), Merciless Sacrifice (Warlock), No Pain, No Gain (Warrior)
    • Removed: Might of the Dino King (Druid), Dinomancer (Hunter), Flames of the Phoenix (Mage), Dragons of Justice (Paladin), C'Thun's Clutch (Priest), Gadgetzan Dockside (Rogue), Murloc Association (Shaman), Demons of the Kabal (Warlock), The Goons’ Empire (Warrior)
  • Journey to Un'Goro logo.png Patch (2017-04-04)
    • Added: Might of the Dino King (Druid), Dinomancer (Hunter), Flames of the Phoenix (Mage), Primordial Blessings (Paladin), Awakenings (Priest), The Dig (Rogue), Storm, Earth, and Fire (Shaman), Feed the Void (Warlock), Guarding the Shard (Warrior)
    • Removed: The Ancient Gods (Druid), Band of Beasts (Hunter), Madness and Magic (Mage), The Mean Market (Paladin), Hidden Dragon (Priest), Echoes of Death (Rogue), Totally Totems (Shaman), Ancient Hordes (Warlock), Serve the Old Gods (Warrior)
  • Mean Streets of Gadgetzan logo.png Patch (2016-11-29):
    • Added: The Lotus' Golems (Druid), Band of Beasts (Hunter), Kabalist Mixology (Mage), The Mean Market (Paladin), Hidden Dragon (Priest), Gadgetzan Dockside (Rogue), Murloc Association (Shaman), Demons of the Kabal (Warlock), The Goons’ Empire (Warrior)
    • Removed: Overwhelming Numbers (Druid), Whispers of Death (Hunter), Dragonfire (Mage), Shields Up! (Paladin), Strike With the Shadows (Priest), Empowered Spells (Rogue), Minion Evolution (Shaman), Handlock (Warlock), Reno Jackson (Warrior)
  • One Night in Karazhan logo full2.png Patch (2016-09-15): A few deck recipes have been updated. All Classic recipes now include the Classic legendary for that class.
  • Whispers of the Old Gods logo.png Patch (2016-04-24):
    • Added: The Ancient Gods (Druid), Whispers of Death (Hunter), Madness and Magic (Mage), Shields Up! (Paladin), C'Thun's Clutch (Priest), Echoes of Death (Rogue), Minion Evolution (Shaman), Ancient Hordes (Warlock), Serve the Old Gods (Warrior)
    • Removed: Ferocious Beasts (Druid), The Thrill of the Hunt (Hunter), Spells Unending (Mage), Tide of Murlocs (Paladin), Dragonflight (Priest), It's Combo Time (Rogue), Murlocs Unleashed (Shaman), Demon Horde (Warlock), Unleash Your Rage (Warrior)
  • The League of Explorers logo.png Patch (2016-04-14):
  • The League of Explorers logo.png Patch (2016-03-14):
    • Added.

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