Dog's Yogg & Y'Shaarj Druid - Americas Spring P...
- Last updated May 19, 2016 (Old Gods)
- 18 Minions
- 12 Spells
- Deck Type: None
- Deck Archetype: Unknown
- Crafting Cost: 12980
- Dust Needed: Loading Collection
- Created: 5/19/2016 (Old Gods)
- Pro Player
If I were you I would craft yogg, he is good in quite a few decks. And he's also fun!
Replaced North Sea Kraken with Soggoth the Slitherer and it's been the deciding factor in a lot of my wins with this deck.
Cairne Bloodhoof is seeing play cus no one is playing silence anymore so you can replace him with Sylvanas Windrunner but i don't think theres a replace for Yogg-Saron, Hope's End effect.. you can win games without him but its very unlikely you will come back in a "lost game" without him.
@edit No, Naturalize is definitely not a good choice, i would replace with Big Game Hunter
Had a blast with this deck FeelsBigBoisMan!
This deck is amazing! Climbed from rank 10 to 8 in an hour. I'm running it without Yogg-Saron and Cenarius, because I don't have them, but still great outcome! And for people who is wondering about Y'Shaarj, he saved me a lot of time. Great value.
looks more like light version of a chtun druid, just less effective imho
I climbed from 5 to legend with a 70% w/r with this deck after watching dog play it on stream. Hope he has success with it in a tournament format as well!
Wow that's nice WR man! I'm at Rank 10, and I wonder how a Ramp Druid deck will perform on the ladder. I face a lot of Rogue, Priests and Warriors atm.
I love the Ramp Druid, that's the deck setup I played when I first started HS...I want to get back into it, but the Druid is kinda of weak against the flood decks on the ladder right now...not counting the Tempo Mages too err
Yes, Dark Arakkoa is an awesome card indeed :)
Yeah, it is insane. However, I actually changed Yogg-Saron for C'Thun and it is working really well.
Yes, he usually does. Even if he only puts a weak minion in play or one that I would've liked to have with battlecry, he poses such a threat that the opponent is often forced to trade inefficiently to remove him.
Good to hear, and I will be giving this deck a try over the weekend