> After the nerfs, I changed 1 innervate for Malfurion the pestilent. The other one for the time being I transitioned into a second Naturalize, but I need to search for potential better cards. Let me know in the comments if you have suggestions! <
Hi everyone, I'm Justice - A frequent deckbuilder that likes to explore underused cards or archetypes. For the past few days I have been finetuning Hadronox Druid, and with the current build I am doing great on ladder!
I would gladly create a full guide, but such takes time. If this deck goes unnoticed that's a waste of time, so please let me know preferably by commenting your thoughts, a +1 or a personal message in my inbox.
For now, I will quickly say something about the deck and its card choices to not leave you empty handed and wondering.
What I liked about Hadronox and what made me create this deck in the first place was its beast tag in Druid. Browsing my collection, I stumbled upon Menagerie Warden, and a sense of greed filled my body as I imagined duplicating a Hadronox on board.
When put in practise, this yet happened only once. However, this deck has a couple of good beasts that you can duplicate. More about this in card choices
Innervate: Abuse it while we still can!
Naturalize: As a single copy, it's included to aid you in matches against Mages (Polymorph), Shamans (Devolve & Hex) or other situations in which you think your opponent can deal with Hadronox by transforming it. You cast it on your own Hadronox as soon as you play it, to instantly fill your board with strong taunts, and put it in the deathpool for N'zoth.
Shellshifter & Druid of the Claw: These taunts also return with Hadronox, and both combo with Menagerie Warden. If you get Fandral Staghelm on your Druid of the Claw, you get a 4/6 taunt with charge that also returns on your hadronox, allowing you to instantly impact the board or push for damage