The objective with Wild Beast Druid is to get onto the board nice and quickly, and then snowball your threat until the opponent finds themselves with an insurmountable challenge in front of them. To achieve that aim you have a decent selection of early Beast minions which can then be empowered further with your spells.
Knowing when to switch from controlling the board to attacking the opponent and closing the game is extremely important here. Knowledge of the metagame and raw experience are needed to reach this point and achieve a consistent win-rate with Wild Beast Druid.
|2 x Innervate||2 x Piloted Shredder||GVG|
|2 x Living Roots||TGT||1 x Azure Drake|
|2 x Enchanted Raven||KAR||1 x Loatheb||NAX|
|2 x Mark of Y'Shaarj||TOG||1 x Dr. Boom||GVG|
|1 x Power of the Wild|
|1 x Darnassus Aspirant||TGT|
|2 x Druid of the Saber||TGT|
|2 x Savage Roar|
|2 x Druid of the Flame||BRM|
|2 x Mounted Raptor||BRM|
|2 x Swipe|
|1 x Savage Combatant||TGT|
|2 x Druid of the Claw|
|2 x Druid of the Fang||GVG|
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