For those of us who have been playing Hearthstone for a very long time - growing a tasty card collection and saving up plenty of Gold for card packs in the process - it can be very easy to forget how tricky it is for casual or new players to ease into a new metagame. For that reason, we thought it would be useful to put together a quick overview of the best budget Gadgetzan decks you can take to the ladder right now.
We've had a good dig around the community to find a handful of options that you might want to start experimenting with - some crafted by regular players like you and I, others by the pros who really know their onions. Although its early days for the expansion (and more budget options will emerge over time), we hope this collection will help you get more out of the game in these very early days.
The decks below should all give you a taste of the new expansion on a budget, but the new Gadgetzan cards haven't made the old metagame irrelevant by any means. You can still do perfectly well with some of the older established decks, but you should certainly familiarise yourself with all of the new deck archetypes you're likely to face. The better you understand them, the more likely you are to beat them, after all!
Budget Gadgetzan decks
Here's our pick of the best Gadgetzan decks right now. We'll update this round-up as we learn of new viable decks, and you can help us out a huge amount by letting us know what's missing in the comments!
|Deck type||Deck list|
|Jade Golem Druid||Budget Jade Golem Druid deck list|
|Buff Hunter||Budget Buff Hunter deck list|
|Aggro Paladin||Budget Buff Aggro Paladin deck list|
|Grimestreet Paladin||Budget Grimestreet Paladin deck list|
|Dragon Priest||Budget Dragon Priest deck list|
|Miracle Rogue||Budget Miracle Rogue deck list|
|Aggro Shaman||Budget Aggro Shaman deck list|
Something we've missed? Let us know in the comments below so as a community we can create a solid resource to help those who are currently battling the ladder a budget.