Hearthstone Meta Report – August 6

Introduction 
Welcome to On the Horizen, your one-stop-shop for everything to know about the current standard meta provided by members of the Hype Horizen team themselves! Every Friday you can expect a detailed report on the meta as a whole and some tips for how to maneuver through it. This will also be a hot spot for other articles written by team members. PLEASE NOTE: All information is based on personal experience + personal statistics gathered through many hours of high-level gameplay.

Meta Overview
With the new expansion just coming out, the meta is bound to change a lot over the next week or so. However, there are some clear front-runners that show a lot of promise. Whether it be a bad class finally having some success, Quest Warlock, or a class that has been good for a while getting stronger, Face Hunter and Handbuff Paladin, there is a lot to discuss. Again, this is the time when the meta is the most volatile and historically fast decks do well early in an expansion because Control Decks aren’t optimized yet, so that needs to be kept in mind. Last thing to note, there are often nerfs close after an expansion to balance out a few decks so this might change the list in the future as well.

Best Decks:
The organization of this list is going to be the following. 
   Tier 1) Strongest Decks Overall
    Tier 2) Decks that have good matchups, but not as strong overall  
   Tier 3) Decks that barely make the cut, but are still playable  
   Tier 4) Weak, but if mastered can still win games
The decks at the top are the best for climbing with the only one being top tier due to “personal preference” being Questline Warlock because its super fun and strong, but is very hard to play. Overall Tier 2 and Tier 1 should have no problem climbing and a few decks that weren’t mentioned, like Ramp Druid, are not on this list because even though it looks kinda strong there aren’t a lot of matches for data and it didn’t change with the new expansion.

Tier 1: August 6 Hearthstone Meta







Tier 2: August 6 Hearthstone Meta








Tier 3: August 6 Hearthstone Meta








Tier 4: August 6 Hearthstone Meta







Closing Thoughts
Honestly, don’t worry too much or spend a ton of dust this week. The meta will need a little while to settle down and there MIGHT be nerfs at some point so there is no rush. The meta is very fun overall and most of these decks you will enjoy playing, even if you choose something lower tier just to have a good time for now. Have a good time with this new expansion.

  • Ecore

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *