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Watch Totem Menagerie Shaman

  • Last updated Apr 5, 2021 (Forged in the Barrens)
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  • 23 Minions
  • 7 Spells
  • Deck Type: Ranked Deck
  • Deck Archetype: N'Zoth Shaman
  • Crafting Cost: 17220
  • Dust Needed: Loading Collection
  • Created: 4/6/2021 (Forged in the Barrens)
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  • Battle Tag:

    kripp#2302

  • Region:

    US

  • Total Deck Rating

    218

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A pretty interesting deck here. I wanted to take the watch post package and combine it with a few other underdeveloped shaman packages. I run a N'Zoth, God of the Deep package, and Grand Totem Eys'or package. Kazakus, Golem Shaper is also a card I run because I don't have the 4 mana watch post and it's bad, kazakus is pretty cool too.

This deck also has a neat little combo that I've wanted to play since the release of Darkmoon Faire, and that is Master Oakheart summoning a Darkmoon Rabbit from your deck. rabbit is the only 1 attack minion in the deck so as long as you haven't drawn both of them, it can create a pretty consistent swing turn. oakheart will also pull far watch post and  either Mor'shan Watch Post, Nightmare Amalgam, Kazakus, Golem Shaper, Ras Frostwhisper, and Zilliax. (may be different if grand totem eys'or has buffed your totems to 1,2, or 3 attack)

The 3 packages simply put (for now):

Totem gameplan: Lightning Bloom to duplicate grand totem ey'sor using Totemic Reflection stupidly early in the game. 0 mana 5/5 with taunt is also pretty good. 

Watchpost gameplan: It's quite simple, play or summon the watchposts and then playKargal Battlescar.

Menagerie gameplan: N'zoth summons a random totem, Nightmare Amalgam, Zilliax, Nithogg, Ragnaros the Firelord, and Darkmoon Rabbit

Gamplay: Here is a video of me using this deck to get my 500th shaman win, but I used this deck to get my last 20 or so wins. Unfortunately, it was against a big priest and I really did not utilize many components of the deck, but I DID make the big priest sad, so that is something. The deck is fairly intuitive to pilot, so it's definitely worth trying out if you have the cards. 

This deck gets 10 upvotes, I would be more than happy to do a write up on the different strategies of this deck and refine the overall gameplans of each package. Open to suggestions in the comments, I am very curious to hear what other people would include in this deck.