Hearthstone: How to create and build your own deck
With every expansion start, players around the world create new decks and discover a new meta. In this article, you will get tips for learning how to build a new deck!Edit Article
Initial Idea and Strategy
Quest Warriorworks through the quest Raid the Docks and many cards interact with that quest, building focus and synergy for the deck.
OTKs, the One Turn Kill. They are combo decks that just wait for the game to arrive on a specific turn to perform that combo and win the game. Nowadays there isn't a
OTKbeing used much, but a few months ago many decks were working like this, like the
OTK Quest Demon Hunter, the
Mozaki Mageand the
TipIf creating your first Deck, opt for midrange or aggressive decks, as they are the easiest archetypes in Hearthstone.
Play matches and PracticeOne of the best ways to take these notes is training, nothing better than putting everything into practice, right? Play and analyze each match and every situation, so you'll already have some data to start studying which is the best card considering the current meta. Continuing with the example of the pirates, during your games you will observe if the most important thing in most cases is a card draw, or strengthening your board. If it's the first option, you should take the Cutlass Courier, if you prefer to buff your minions, take the Southsea Captain.
Search for data on the InternetAnother way to collect data is to search for lists similar to yours on the internet. Some sites show the performance of a specific card in a deck, you analyze these decks and see which cards are standing out to prioritize. Here at Cards Realm, we have several articles with deck techs to help you.
No deck has it all!
No deck beats everything!
Understand Hearthstone Classes
Druid: Generally works with expensive spells, interacting very well with the
Hunter: Fast and aggressive, great for putting pressure on opponents.
Mage: Usually uses slower decks, like
Big Spell Mage.
Paladin: They are faster, and interacts a lot with minion buffs, excellent for board competition.
Priest: As already said, they are slow and work through healing and removal, the famous
Rogue: Here you'll find everything, but they are usually more aggressive decks.
Shaman: This class ultimately works with
burndecks, where you want to take magic damage and destroy your opponent with spells.
Warlock: It's more control, where the player draws cards with their
Hero Power, but also removes all enemy minions.
Warrior: It is also slower, contains a lot of removals and some cards that increase your armor.
Demon Hunter: We've seen it all in this class, aggressive decks,
midranges, combos, and control. As said, this is not a rule, we've seen
Priestswith aggressive decks a few times, so always take the meta and context into your analysis.