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Midrange Hunter deck list guide - Rastakhan - Hearthstone (December 2018)

Our guide to playing the Rastakhan Midrange Hunter in Season 57.

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Our Midrange Hunter deck list guide features the best Rastakhan deck list for Hearthstone (December 2018). Our Midrange Hunter guide also contains Mulligan advice, card combos and strategy tips.

Midrange Hunter is a deck that's been popular in Hearthstone since time immemorial. It has the power to take a controlling position against more aggressive opponents, yet can quickly switch to a more aggressive stance of its own when you need to finish a game against slower opponents who threaten to starve you of cards. Suffice to say, a broad understanding of the state of the current metagame will go a long way when it comes to winning more games with this archetype.

In the next of our Rastakhan deck guides, we'll walk you through the basics of playing the very latest version of Midrange Hunter, provide you with some in-depth strategy advice, and also give you some pointers on how to Mulligan correctly in an uncertain meta, Finally, we run through all of the most important card combos that exist in this version, before highlighting the core cards along with substitute advice.

Midrange Hunter deck list and strategy

This is the strongest version of Midrange Hunter that's seeing play at the current stage of the Rastakhan meta. We'll be watching as things settle more over the coming weeks to see if anything drastic changes.

HunterNeutral
2 x Springpaw2 x Dire Mole
2 x Crackling Razormaw2 x Helpless Hatchling
2 x Headhunter's Hatchet2 x Dire Wolf Alpha
1 x Revenge of the Wild2 x Bittertide Hydra
2 x Scavenging Hyena
2 x Animal Companion
2 x Bearshark
2 x Kill Command
2 x Master's Call
2 x Flanking Strike
1 x Deathstalker Rexxar
2 x Savannah Highmane

Select and copy the long ID string below, then create a deck in Hearthstone to export this deck into your game.

Deck Import ID: AAECAR8ChtMC148DDqgCtQPZB+0JgQqvwgKOwwLXzQLd0gKL5QKghQOkiAPJiQOwiwMA

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General strategy

Taking advantage of beast synergy, weapons and minion buffs the Midrange Hunter aims to steadily build pressure over the game with a well-curved deck full of value-oriented cards. You should be able to find a strong play on each turn to build a powerful board, whittle down your opponent over time, and finish them off with big late game minions or burst damage from Kill Command.

Early game: Play out your early game minions and take efficient trades where possible. Cards such as Crackling Razormaw can get extra value out of your early game Beasts with some fortunate Adapt buffs, while Eaglehorn Bow can be used to take out enemy minions. Helpless Hatchling can set you up well for later turns if it reduces the cost of an expensive Beast in your hand.

Mid game: Continue applying the pressure with strong on-curve plays. With a board established you can go directly to the face against an unthreatening board to see about a quick win. Weave in your hero power if you have any spare mana to do so.

If you’re falling behind and have to take some trades, you can always refill your hand with Master’s Call to draw three Beasts, or Revenge of the Wild can bring back your board after you’ve used it to kill enemy creatures. Flanking Strike also provides nice removal and board presence at the same time.

Late game: Deathstalker Rexxar allows you to dish out some welcome damage against the opponent's board, and then generate beasts of your own devising thanks to a new Hero Power. You can also drop two giant Beasts, Bittertide Hydra and Savannah Highmane, to seriously threaten your opponent.

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Aggro Opponents

Some advice on how to deal with aggro opponents:

  • 1. Play control in the early game using weapons and Rush minions to keep their side of the board empty.
  • 2. Once they’re on the backfoot you can become the aggressor, ignoring their minions and going directly for their life total.
  • 3. Adapt effects you’ll want to look for off Crackling Razormaw include Crackling Shield, Living Spores, Massive and Rocky Carapace.
  • 4. If you make it to the Deathstalker Rexxar play with your health intact, you'll be in a great position to hold them at bay and claim the match.

Control opponents

What to keep in mind when up against control decks:

  • 1. Play more aggressively from the start and look for opportunities for extra damage with your hero power wherever you can.
  • 2. If they’re missing the hard removal to deal with Bittertide Hydra then you can go directly for their life total to try and get an easy win.
  • 3. You’ll want to look for a few different Adapt effects off Crackling Razormaw, such as Crackling Shield, Flaming Claws, Living Spores, Liquid Membrane and Volcanic Might.
  • 4. Flanking Strike can be used as a huge tempo swing and put you in a dominating position.

Midrange Hunter Mulligan guide

With a range of cheap minions, weapons and spells, here’s what you should be hunting for in your opening hand:

  • 1. Dire Mole: Excellent high health one drop that can trade and survive or be adapted later on.
  • 2. Helpless Hatchling: The earlier this goes down on the board the sooner you can get another more important Beast minion in your hand buffed up.
  • 3. Springpaw: As this has Rush, you can attack enemy minions with it the moment it’s played to stay in control of the early game.
  • 4. Crackling Razormaw: The perfect follow up to your one-drop minions as it can help them trade up against stronger cards.
  • 5. Headhunter’s Hatchet: There’s a good chance you’ll have a Beast on the board when this is played to gain the extra durability, and it’s perfect for attacking early game minions.

Midrange Hunter tips, combos and synergies

With an influx of new cards comes a whole new load of synergies to think about. Midrange Hunter may be a bit of an old dog at this point, but it's certainly picked up a few new tricks with the latest expansion.

Here's a quick look at some of the most crucial combos - old and new - that you need to keep in mind as you play through every game.

- All hail Dire Mole! This is a great target for enablers like Crackling Razormaw.

- Scavenging Hyena gains an extra +2 / +1 of stats whenever a friendly Beast minion dies. You can boost this character up quite quickly using Unleash the Hounds, for example.

- If you equip Headhunter’s Hatchet while you have a Beast on the board it’ll gain one extra Durability, making it an extremely valuable weapon in the early game.

- Kill Command only does three points of damage as standard, but if you've got a Beast out in play that damage value increases to five.

- If you spend a turn trading your minions into your opponent’s, you can bring them all back before passing by playing Revenge of the Wild.

- Master’s Call offers some serious card draw to Midrange Hunter. As all of the minions you run in the deck are Beasts, that means you’ll always add three cards to your hand for just three Mana.

-If you have a friendly Beast minion out in play, you can target it with Crackling Razormaw and put it through the Adapt process. This allows you to apply one of three buffs to it, randomly selected from a bigger pool of the following ten possibilities:

Adapt NameEffect
Crackling ShieldDivine Shield
Flaming Claws+3 Attack
Liquid MembraneCan't be targeted by spells or Hero Powers
Lightning SpeedWindfury
Living SporesDeathrattle: Summon two 1/1 Plants
MassiveTaunt
Poison SpitPoisonous
Rocky Carapace+3 Health
Shrouding MistStealth until your next turn
Volcanic Might+1 / +1 stats

Midrange Hunter card choices and substitutions

Midrange Hunter is actually a very cheap deck to run so you shouldn’t have any problems with missing cards in this list. Nevertheless, here are a few of the most important ones:

  • Dire Mole: Three health means it should stick around for a couple of turns and you can Adapt it with Crackling Razormaw on turn two.
  • Crackling Razormaw: With a well-timed Adapt you can gain a huge advantage over your opponent.
  • Headhunter’s Hatchet: A excellent weapon in this deck that steals the spot usually reserved for Eaglehorn Bow due to all the Beast synergy.
  • Revenge of the Wild: You can make a massive tempo play with this by bringing back all the Beast minions you’ve used to trade into your opponent’s creatures in a single turn.
  • Animal Companion: Misha, Leokk and Huffer are all useful in different situations. It’s not a disaster if you don’t get the one you need, but when you do it’s glorious.
  • Master’s Call: Gives the deck a powerful way to stay in the game if you’re running low on resources by drawing three more Beast creatures.
  • Kill Command: A big burst finisher and with the way this deck is stacked with beast minions you should always have a way to activate it.
  • Bittertide Hydra: The drawback can be dangerous if your opponent manages to exploit it fully, but it also represents a lot of potential damage if they have no way to deal with it properly when played.
  • Deathstalker Rexxar: This hero card has a strong board clear effect when played and also allows you to generate an infinite army of stitched-together minions with the new Build-A-Beast hero power.
  • Savannah Highmane: Your big late game card. It’s especially difficult to remove because of the Deathrattle effect.

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  • Bedders #1 8 months ago
    Hi folks, this is now updated for the current pre-Boomsday meta. We'll update it again once the expansion is out, of course. Any questions just ask in here and we'll be able to help you out.

    If you'd like a response from me, include @ Bedders (without the space) and I'll see the notification. We have dozens and dozens of guides to keep updated and that guarantees I'll see it if the article's not on the homepage.

    Cheers, John
  • The-Maddest-Bomber #2 A year ago
    I beat Highlander Priest and Tempo Rogue with this deck. Some of the cards listed in the guide I either didn't have, or didn't help me.


    # 2x (1) Alleycat
    # 2x (1) Fire Fly
    # 1x (1) Tracking
    # 2x (2) Crackling Razormaw
    # 1x (2) Golakka Crawler
    # 2x (2) Grievous Bite
    # 2x (2) Scavenging Hyena
    # 2x (3) Animal Companion
    # 2x (3) Bearshark
    # 1x (3) Deadly Shot
    # 2x (3) Eaglehorn Bow
    # 2x (3) Kill Command
    # 2x (3) Stitched Tracker
    # 1x (3) Unleash the Hounds
    # 2x (4) Houndmaster
    # 1x (5) Bittertide Hydra
    # 1x (5) Explosive Shot
    # 1x (6) Deathstalker Rexxar
    # 1x (8) Marin the Fox

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    -Marin can give incredible value with the treasures.
    -Explosive Shot as a good clear for high health minions.
    -Rexxar is good against Priest and Shaman, and comes with a better Grievous Bite and minion creator.
    -Stitched Tracker can get you a good minion in hand for 3 mana.
  • Tyrienne #3 A year ago
    There is a huge bottleneck with this deck as printed here are some suggustions:

    Remove firefly, replace with jeweled macaw- you still get a 2 for one pull any better synergy with your other beasts and buffs. The fireflies can't be buffed with other cards in this deck and end up as disappointing clutter. The Macaw seldom gives me anything useless.

    Remove one each of bittertide hydra and Savannah highmane in exchange for one tundra rhino and Deathstalker Rexxar: this way you have more versatility against priests and shamans. However, Do not use Rexxar if you can still use your 2 point shot. Further, having a good 5 drop that gives charge procs kindly grandmother well.

    Bearshark: great against priests, but I found replacing one of these with Vicious Fledgling to help a great deal.

    Tracking: I have awful luck with this card and end up losing 2 decent cards, so I traded for either Dire wolf, the 1 point or the 2 point, up to your personal preference. This creates great synergy with your other cards and is seldom wasted in late game.

    With these small changes I went from fail to winstreak.
  • Phoenix4217 #4 A year ago
    @prakas
    I like your thoughts! I think I will change Macaw with Firefly, and the stitched trackers to Bonemares and Golakka is interesting. Golakka feels really weak when there's no pirates there, and I'm always reluctant to run 2 tech cards, but patches is pretty rampant and he is a beast... As for Bonemare, I used to run him, but he lost some favor as Deathstalker Rexxar is so late game-y he felt like an extra chance for a dead car. But he is incredibly powerful...
    As for Unleash the Hounds, as I said, I'm not sold on it either. I don't know about subbing it out for Alpha though, he's really bad on an empty board especially for board control, even though he's really good on a full one. I think Spellbreaker is actually pretty good with all the Priest of the Feasts, Despicable Dreadlords, Spikeridged Steeds, and Bonemares running around- but I agree that two of him is pretty bad. I have the same issue with Alpha as before.
    And you're right, my deck is engineered for a slower meta (it's biggest flaw and what makes it the most fun...) I guess I may go "Hybrid Hunter" after all
  • prakas #5 A year ago
    Pheonix

    Your list seems okay but a couple changes I'd recommend.

    1) You have 2 stitched trackers AND 2 tracking. I would drop 1 of each, or keep 2 tracking and drop both stitched trackers. You could pick up a 2nd Golakka and a Bonemare.

    2) Jeweled Mccaw. Switch them to firefly. Fire fly gives a stronger board presence and fills in those odd mana gaps that might occur. I use to run Mccaw as well but I lose board control too easy, especially against Rogue which is popular in the meta.

    3) UtH. Personally I don't run this card but that's subject to change if zoo lock gets popular. It's often a dead card or over costed card. I'd replace it with alpha wolf.

    4) Spell Breaker. A good tech choice, but I'm not sold on him. No beast synergy and can be overcosted in some matchups, especially priest. I'd replace with a 2nd alpha wolf.

    Your deck is better suited for a slower meta as it currently stands. I can't see it being competitive against rogues, shaman, and zoo locks. As hunter, you can't afford to lose board control (hence why fire fly is a solid choice). You need efficient minions.
  • Phoenix4217 #6 A year ago
    @Bedders Thanks for this, I really quite liked that list. I am running a sort of mix between the two right now that is working decently so far. I'm really torn on a few cards though:
    Firstly I run Deathstalker Rexxar, no matter how bad it is, it is just so fun. Besides that, it works really well at out valueing control opponents and as a board clear against Aggro. Rexxar eats living manna for breakfast. I can remember winning games with this guy- I was facing a control warlock who had about 25 health left on turn 9-10- I played Rexxar a few turns before. I hero powered and made a Knuckles+the one manna 1/1 windfury beast. Landed a houndmaster on him next turn- he ate through the opponents taunts and brought the opponent down around 10 HP, plus the rest of my board. Needless to say he lost the game even after twisting nether- I really, really like Rexxar XD
    Deadly shot vs. Unleash the Hounds is such a hard choice... Unleash the hounds I feel is mindblowingly powerful /w Leokk, but man, against aggro, they run a lot of 2 health minions (fire fly, Living Mana, Bloodsail Corsair) that feel like they make it pretty weak. COntrol opponents just don't make a big enough board for it to matter.
    Deadly shot, however, is situationally useful (weak against aggro (usually) strong against control. Currently I run one of both.
    Hyena is also up in the air for me, and I only run one Crawler. Right no I have no Hyenas- I'll tell you though, Hyenas make Unleash much better. I feel like having only one Savannah makes Rexxar a lot better- you can grab him with stiched trackers (another one I'm not 100% on) if you need more, but having two, two Hydras, and one Rexxar is too much late game for most matches (against control it feels hard to find mana+time to play them, against aggro they're too slow). Currently I'm running:
    x2 Jeweled Macaw (Firefly vs. Macaw is another hard one)
    x2 Alleycat
    x2 Tracking
    x2 Crackling Razormaw
    x2 Kindly Grandmother
    x1 Golakka Crawler
    x2 Bearsheark
    x2 Animal Companion
    x2Eaglehorn Bow
    x2 Kill Command
    x2 Stitched Tracker (I'm not sold on this guy either, I feel like he works well when you take a little more of a controlling/value route, which is what I usually do)
    x1 Unleash the Hounds
    x1 Deadly Shot
    x2 Houndmaster
    x1 Spell Breaker (Two of this is too much, but he destroys Paladin in particular, or else he just pounds his way through a taunt like Lich King- plus he's a four drop)
    x2 Bittertide Hydra
    x1 Highmane
    x1 Death Stalker Rexxar
    Any ideas for improvement on this from anyone? I don't have Patches, and I really want to keep Rexxar and probably tracking (tracking is so good... let's you adapt your strategy to whatever you want or need. It can be a bit sad to discard one-of cards in your deck, but sometimes the discard can actually clean out your deck a bit (getting rid of Macaws and Alleycats for you, or unnecessary late-game drops).
    Also I feel like the list you have right now on the site closely resembles the "Hybrid Hunter" which is halfway between aggro and midrange more than midrange itself
  • Bedders #7 A year ago
    Hi folks,

    Here's last week's version of the deck for comparison. I know some of you like to be able to reference the earlier stuff, so I'll keep doing this going forwards!

    Old Deck

    Hunter

    2 x Alleycat
    2 x Tracking
    2 x Crackling Razormaw
    2 x Kindly Grandmother
    2 x Eaglehorn Bow
    2 x Animal Companion
    2 x Deadly Shot
    2 x Bearshark
    2 x Stitched Tracker
    2 x Kill Command
    2 x Houndmaster
    1 x Deathstalker Rexxar

    Neutral

    1 x Patches the Pirate
    2 x Bloodsail Corsair
    2 x Golakka Crawler
    1 x Spellbreaker
    1 x Savannah Highmane

    Deck Import ID:

    AAECAR8E8gXtCZG8AobTAg2oArUD5QfrB5cIxQj+DLm0Auq7AuTCAo7DAtPNAtfNAgA
  • Phoenix4217 #8 A year ago
    I know this is a bit of a crossover from another article, but are you certain this deck is tier 4? Kibler has been doing well with it in pretty high legend- he runs a different list, but still. I guess I don't know for sure- considering crafting the deck anyway because the build-a-beast power is just so fun.
  • Bedders #9 A year ago
    @Xentro Ah, I did a little bit of tidying up first thing this morning and so it's possible I cleaned up whatever the problem was! Thanks for getting back to me though.
  • Xentro #10 A year ago
    @Bedders I think it's fixed now. The tier list article had secret, midrange and deathrattle hunter but the last two links sent me to deathrattle hunter. I found this one by searching for 'midrange hunter' on the site.
  • Bedders #11 A year ago
    @Xentro Hey thanks for letting me know. Can you be more specific about the KFT article with the broken link please - which one has the problem?
  • Xentro #12 A year ago
    Just wanted to note that if you follow the link from the KFT article to the midrange deck it links to the deathrattle deck instead of this one.
  • BuckGnasty #13 A year ago
    I ran into this deck, but they were running Dinomancy. Really tough. If we were to use Dinomancy, what do you think would be best to remove?
  • aaaaffff #14 A year ago
    100% worthless deck. Can't even get wins at lvl 18.
  • grobson #15 A year ago
    Stampede is not showing the right card.
  • grobson #16 A year ago
    Eaglethorn Bow isn't in the deck list but it is referred to as a mulligan.
  • Parkyreiner #17 2 years ago
    Im sorry, its not so bad. Its really an enjoying deck.
  • Bedders #18 2 years ago
    @richardalbertpizarro Here's the previous deck list, although I think it's worth stressing that the same deck creator is responsible for both of them.

    The one in this month's guide is their revised version for the current metagame, so revert to this one at your own discretion...

    Hunter

    2 x Alleycat
    1 x Hunter's Mark
    2 x Timber Wolf
    1 x Tracking
    2 x Kindly Grandmother
    2 x Quick Shot
    2 x Scavenging Hyena
    2 x Trogg Beastrager
    2 x Kill Command
    2 x Rat Pack
    2 x Unleash the Hounds
    2 x Dispatch Kodo
    2 x Houndmaster
    2 x Tundra Rhino
    2 x Savannah Highmane

    Neutral

    2 x Cult Master
  • Parkyreiner #19 2 years ago
    It was better last month hunter mid range.
  • tonyacosta13 #20 2 years ago
    And no traps to activate eaglehorn bow´s effect?
  • Bedders #21 2 years ago
    @Klck This is Jab's deck list who I've long turned to for the best in Midrange Hunter developments. If you are swamped in aggro you might switch to Explosive Trap or make room for it at the expense of something else I guess, but this is the deck I've been laddering with - it's been happy days so far!
  • Klck #22 2 years ago
    This decklist seems to beg for at least one explosive trap. Im courius why you decided to use freezing trap.
  • Narwhale #23 2 years ago
    I played this a few times and found sir finley was great. You can get life tap (very useful) or a heal or ping. The hunter hero power is quite useless in most situations and I think another one will usually be better.
  • justinhoang28 #24 2 years ago
    Thanks for the guide. I have all of the cards except Huge Toad. Can anyone recommend a good replacement? Currently I have 2 x Dire Wolf Alpha's as substitute.
  • Arexor #25 2 years ago
    My experience with this deck is that it lacks card draw and that the second deadly shot often lies dead in the hand. I'm going to replace deadly shot with ram wrangler or some other late game card, as I often find myself not having enough threats against control, or the late game I have is too slow against aggro.
  • hankcarver45 #26 2 years ago
    No N'Zoth in this version. Should probably remove the tip about him.
  • shitbagger #27 2 years ago
    This is absolutely the worst deck ever. You won't last past round 7 against most classes. :(
  • RafaelMota #28 3 years ago
    @hasanjamal58 He meant the Highmane is stubborn and anti-BGH, Dr. Boom is just stubborn. ;)
  • hasanjamal58 #29 3 years ago
    Hello!
    This is a great deck and I have had quite a bit of success with it
    Just wanted to ask how Dr. Boom is a counter to Big Game Hunter?
    Dr. Boom is 7 attack, within BGH's range
  • darreljackson99 #30 3 years ago
    A few observations after some test games:
    1. Why only 2 secrets with 2 mad scientists? I found myself in lots of situations where a scientist popped with no secret left.
    2. Why the same secret twice? If you have one secret out and one mad scientist, if the mad scientist pops you don't get a free secret.
    3. With the knife juggler synergy, don't forget the haunted creepers. Send a haunted creeper into a minion then get 2 points of damage with your two 1/1's.
  • minddrifter #31 3 years ago
    @TTelion Dr. Boom is arguably the most powerful card in the game tbh. Hopefully no one flames me, lol, but he is that good. Obviously there are a few that fit a little better here and there based on a deck build, but he is overall generally great in nearly any deck.

    That aside, Any of the other powerful legendaries are good substitutes I suppose. Just google "best HS legendaries" for any number of different lists. The top few of nearly any one of those lists will work.

    As far as non-legendary there's always some of the better rares such as Sludge Belcher, Sun Walker, etc. Although really you should focus on getting Dr. Boom ASAP. Good luck!
  • TTelion #32 3 years ago
    What would be a good exchange for dr.boom in this deck (both legendary and non-legendary) ?

    Thanks.
  • markhertzler77 #33 3 years ago
    I've been playing Midrange similar to this for the past few months as well. Standard Midrange Hunter is simply too weak in the early game against aggro. I think the slightly hybrid approach will be the new archetype.

    My midrange deck is a little faster, less beast/secret dependent and has anti aggro like belchers and healbot to be more geared toward the rank 10-18 ladder.
  • Thanks for the great guide! I've been playing a lot of Midrange Hunter this season with great success. The deck I use is slightly different to this one, so its interesting to see this version.

    Just a couple of questions..

    1. Why take out Houndmaster completely and replace it with another Piloted Shredder?
    2. I see 2 x Leper Gnomes in there. Leper Gnomes = more aggro. Is this to adopt to the current meta? Would'nt another freezing trap be better? Possibly

    Thanks for sharing this! I will definitely want to try it out!

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