Employing a deadly mix of strong early game plays and bestial synergy, Beast Druid aims to quickly establish a board and push forward to a quick finish. Taken to Top 20 Legend, Guukboii of Sector One eSports has shown that this hard-hitting Druid can definitely hold it’s own on the ladder.
While not being a widely popular deck, it is hard to gauge from ladder presence alone whether this deck statistically stands up against the top echelons of the meta. Quickly able to establish a large, and potentially sticky board, Miracle Rogue naturally has a tough time against this deck, not always being able to line up all the removal or having no chance to safely set up an Auctioneer.
Whilst being able to go toe-to-toe with Aggro Shaman and Tempo Warrior due to being able to dictate the pace of your game yourself, N’zoth Paladin and Midrange Shaman have the clears and respective board presence to match and/or outlast the Beast Druid, leaving them forced to either overextend into a clear or simply run out of steam.
Guukboii’s list is a fast, savage list, which also means it can quickly run out of steam. Changes can be made to push the list into a more token-oriented or midrange-oriented direction.
While being relatively quiet on ladder, Beast Druid has the chops to be a top contender, but does require a skilled pilot to use to it’s maximum potential. Roar with caution.
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