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Hunter takes the top of the ladder this week with Warlock close on its heels. The other two Undertaker classes, Shaman and Priest, follow closely behind.
Hearthstone’s Meta is part of an ever-changing process. Millions of people are enjoying the game on a daily basis and have thus become more and more skilled at playing it.
Man has it been a tough two weeks. I'll say that much. The ladder has been all over the place, which is a double edged sword. On one hand, it's nice that there is a diversity of decks out there.
On Today's episode Hosts Frodan goes solo as Gnimsh is away and brings on DTwo and Firebat to talk about the metagame, tournaments and a whole lot more!
The NA Qualifiers have shaken up the meta and solidified the meta’s movement toward more aggressive strategies. Hunter and Warlock remain two of the game’s most popular classes while even the midrange classes like Druid and Shaman have become more aggressive.
The other day on Reddit, Razor put up a Warrior/Enrage/Warsong Commander deck that he hit legend with last season. I have always loved Warrior, and thought that the deck looked interesting and competitive enough to give it a shot.