March of the Lich King deck codes from theorycrafting to play at launch
Here are some March of the Lich King deck codes from the theorycrafting event to try out at launch.
Hearthstone just had its March of the Lich King theorycrafting event. The livestreams featured content creators who tested out some March of the Lich King decks ahead of the expansion's launch. Players also had the chance to test out some of Blizzard's March of the Lich King deck codes. Here are a bunch of them and quick overviews of how they can be played once the expansion launches.
Blood Death Knight
Blood Death Knight. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
This Blood Death Knight deck features three Blood Runes. It's a tanky option that's suited for players who like to control the board and make their opponent run out of cards to play.
Tempo Death Knight
Tempo Death Knight deck. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
The Tempo Death Knight uses one Blood Rune and two Frost Runes. While Frost Runes help with card draw and damage, Blood Runes offer some disruptions.
Giants Death Knight
Giants Death Knight from the March of the Lich King theorycrafting event. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
This particular Death Knight involves one Frost Rune and two Unholy Runes. It relies on small tokens before cards like Corpse Bride and Stitched Giant can provide a powerful swing on five mana.
Fel-Relic Demon Hunter
The Fel-Relic Demon Hunter deck. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
This Fel-Relic Demon Hunter deck consists of only three minions. Cards can be used to stabilize during the midgame and the Unleash Fel plus Silvermoon Arcanist combo can clear and heal.
Ramp Armor Druid
Ramp Armor Druid screenshot. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
Next, Ramp Armor Druid has some new Armor cards to play with alongside Anub’Rehkan to cheat out cards for Brann and Denathrius value. Meanwhile, Unending Swarm revives Whelps for more board presence.
Aggro Arcane Hunter
Aggro Arcane Hunter deck in March of the Lich King. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
Aggro Arcane Hunter is pretty straightforward. To play this deck, apply pressure in the early game using small minions. Then, use Arcane spell damage to take down the opponent.
Boltbeam Mage. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
This Mage deck involves a bunch of stall effects to stop the bleeding while the player amasses Arcane Bolts and take full advantage of the Manathirst keyword. When all the pieces are ready, one's opponent can be bursted down.
The Pure Paladin deck. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
Pure Paladin has cards like Cariel and cards with Lifesteal effects to heal up. Meanwhile, Anachronos is a great minion for tempo.
Aggro Shadow Priest
Aggro Shadow Priest. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
Shadow Priest becomes more deadly with card draw and Undead minions. Use these efficiently for tempo swings.
Concoction Miracle Rogue
Concoction Miracle Rogue from the theorycrafting event. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
This March of the Lich King Rogue deck has a lot of fuel, ensuring that players always have options in their hand for big turns.
Deathrattle Token Shaman
Deathrattle Token Shaman in March of the Lich King. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
It's tokens galore with this Shaman deck. Make Murloc and Undead minions stick on the board with Deathrattle effects and take advantage of Scourge Troll to take down opponents. Don't forget Bloodlust for increased damage.
Egg Imp Zoo Warlock
Egg Imp Zoolock in March of the Lich King. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
Zero-attack minions can be combined with activators to create a board of Deathrattle minions in this variation of a Zoolock deck.
Fiery Enrage Warrior
Fiery Enrage Warrior deck. Image via Blizzard Entertainment.
Unleash the fury of Hellscream with this Enrage Warrior deck. It has new fire-themed cards for more synergies and damage.
That's all of Blizzard's March of the Lich King deck codes from the theorycrafting event. Stay tuned on Esports.gg for more Hearthstone news and updates.
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