Hearthstone Meta Report – October 22

Introduction

This is going to be the only list you need for the best decks in Hearthstone. This will be based on legend gameplay, legend statistics, and personal experience that lead to some dark horse decks. The idea of this is to find decks that will are easiest to pick up and play and are good at all ranks. This might not reflect the power level of decks at the highest (or lowest) ranks but these are the ones that are great if you are climbing through gold to diamond.

Meta Overview

This is pretty straightforward. Until the new mini-set comes out or there are more surprise nerfs these are the going to be the best decks in the game for a while. Again, this does not reflect EVERY level of play (most notably high legend) because let’s face it, most people aren’t in the top 1000 in their respective region. 

Best Decks

I have said this in every section but I will say it again, these decks are the best at all levels that AREN’T the top legend players. I could put Garrote Rogue in Tier 1 (and maybe it should be) but considering GMs misplay with it and the winrate across all ranks is about 47% I can’t put it in Tier 1. Tier 2 will actually be made up of decks I think CAN be top tier if you learn to master them, whereas Tier 1 is going to be decks that are best to pick up quickly and have a high win-rate with. There will be 5 decks in each category (4 normal and 1 dark horse I think could shake things up at the end).

    Sidenote: Quest Mage is at the top of tier 2 because I actually think it loses to a lot of these other aggressive decks. I DO think its very strong and might be bottom of tier 1 but Evolve Shaman went 19-5 for me in legend so I bumped it up 1 spot.

Tier 1: October 22 Hearthstone Meta







Tier 2: October 22 Hearthstone Meta








Tier 3: October 22 Hearthstone Meta








Closing thoughts

Hearthstone is in a pretty rigid state right now with most of the best decks already being discovered. There are some decks that are being tried out and having success (like Evolve Shaman and Clown Druid) but until there are nerfs or new cards the meta will be somewhat stable for the next few weeks. Additionally, some of these decks won’t work for everyone and that is okay. Some people will try out quest warlock and do poorly and it just might not be your play style. These decks are primarily focused players who aren’t at the highest level and based on people I have coached and people I stream for these are the types of decks I would personally recommend. I wish you all the best on the ladder, have a wonderful day

SkaJohnny

I have been playing video games since before most of you were born, starting with Colecovision and an Atari 2600. Before esports were around, I played Rainbow Six 2: Rogue Spear at the highest competitive level. Now a father thrice over, I spend some of my extra time streaming games like Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone and most recently Fortnite.

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