- Last updated Jul 1, 2022 (Castle Nathria Pre-Patch)
- 24 Minions
- 15 Spells
- Deck Type: Ranked Deck
- Deck Archetype: C'Thun Druid
- Crafting Cost: 15920
- Dust Needed: Loading Collection
- Created: 7/1/2022 (Castle Nathria Pre-Patch)
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Please read this in full to completely understand how to play this deck before you comment that it "doesn't work" No deck "works" without a good pilot (that's you!)
The goal of this deck is to, well, obliterate your opponent with either C'thun (or both!) but before you can do that, you'll need to ramp up those mana crystals, draw guff and get to 20 mana.
Along the way, you can buff C'Thun, not to be mistaken for C'Thun, the Shattered.
Now that you're at 20 mana and have one of the c'thun's buffed, draw out Aviana. If you already have both C'thun's in hand, you can use Capture Coldtooth Mine or Jerry Rig Carpenter to draw/split the previously mentioned spell and get out our Winged friend asap. If you have neither Aviana or Capture Coldtooth Mine, you may need to rely on your hero power, Nourish, or Moonlit Guidance, all while keeping your opponent's board clear with c'thun's pieces, Poison Seeds, Starfall, or your minions.
Here's the dream scenario and what to do:
Aviana, Brann Bronzebeard, C'thun, The Shattered, and old C'thun are all in hand and you have 20 mana. Play the cards in this order:
3.) Either C'thun (or both if you're opponent has the HP for it)
A question you may be asking is; Is this deck going to get me to legend? and the answer is "unlikely" It'll definitely keep you afloat during the earliest ranks like Bronze Silver, and maybe Gold, but after that, you may just want to use a meta deck.
This deck is mostly for the Yu-Gi-Oh memes, but could be viable in certain scenarios.
C'Thun & C'Thun, the Shattered: I kid you not, the other day I was re-watching Yu-Gi-Oh and it came to me; Yu-Gi-Oh decks typically have 40 cards, and Prince Renethal was recently added to Hearthstone, giving players the option for 40 cards! What if I combined him, with BOTH C'thuns? That makes Exodia - and just like Exodia, One C'thun is almost guaranteed to not go off, so the other is a backup.
Brann Bronzebeard: 1 C'thun, 2 Battlecries. 2 C'thuns? 4 BATTLECRIES! THAT COULD 100'S OF DAMAGE (minimum of about 80)
Wildheart Guff: A dream this big is too much for 10 mana alone, we're gonna need Guff to give us extra mana. That's where the ramping cards come in to play, to help get us there once we've dropped Guff.
Aviana: With her best buddy, Guff - Being able to drop her with 20 Mana, that's 10 mana to work with and drop Brann, BOTH C'thuns, and win the game.
Kobold Stickyfinger: There's a lot of sticks in wild, and they're all his.
Mulligan: Going First: Beckoner of Evil, Wild Growth, Twilight Elder.
Mulligan: Going Second: Beckoner of Evil, Wild Growth, Twilight Elder, Wildheart Guff
Q: Why 2 C'thun's? A: More potential damage. You never really know what you'll come across in wild. While this may not beat that pesky armor druid, it'll certainly flatten an Armor Warror.
Q: I'm missing cards, should I craft this deck? A:
Q: Is it okay to drop C'Thun early? A: ABSOLUTELY! I added Doomcaller to the deck just for this reason. If you need to drop C'thun, go for it. Then play Doomcaller once he's dead to bring him back to life! As for the other C'thun, I'd say save him unless he's lethal. disclaimer: If you're C'thun is poofed or turned into a sheep, frog, or boar, I am not liable.
Update (7/1/22): -2 Survival of the Fittest +2 Aquatic Form
SOTF felt unnecessary, albeit it did provide late game steam to cause opponents to deal with it. However Aquatic Form seemed like a better pick overall, that way we can search our deck for core cards such as C'thun or his shattered alternative. It could also pull Malygos, Aspect of Magic so we can pull the shattered spells.