Hearthstone Grandmasters just bandaged up its second week of the 2020 season. During Grandmasters, players battle for their spot in the Hearthstone World Championship.
Grandmasters include 48 of the best players in the world. Players are picked based on a variety of criteria. Which includes their lifetime earnings in Hearthstone, as well as their 2018 HCT Competitive Points total.
At the end of the year, the two most powerful players from each region. Plus two top players from Hearthstone’s Gold Series in China will have the opportunity to compete in the finals.
Though Hearthstone Grandmasters’ prevailing season is still in its infancy. There are a number of remarkable standout decks. Most of the deck archetypes for the recent Ashes of Outland expansion have already been well established.
But what you’ll find here is a version of those archetypes that feature a pro’s touch. For instance, the version of Zoo Warlock that Swidz is running looks much different than most versions you’ll find on websites like HSReplay.
Swidz Zoo Lock
Zoo Lock is one of the most magnificent and most reliable archetypes in Hearthstone. Though it’s strived to find its footing in this expansion. Swidz’s version of the deck has no problem laying the meta to waste. Cards like Fiendish Servant help keep your board alive and allow you to keep the assault going.
Surrender’s Skipper Warrior
This deck is all about using Risky Skipper. This card has an effect that induces you to deal one damage to all minions after you play a minion. The rest of your deck includes cards that profit from secondhand minions, like Armorsmith and Battle Rage.
Gallon’s Combo Demon Hunter
Demon Hunter arguably has some of the most substantial decks in the history of Hearthstone. Combo Demon Hunter relies on using big value cards like Altruis, Kael’thas, and Skull of Gul’dan to blast your opponent when they least expect it.
Jarla’s Highlander Mage
Highlander Mage is one of the most entertaining decks you’ll ever play. It’s also one of the most profound decks you’ll ever pilot. This variant of Highlander Mage has so many high-value cards that your assailant will feel like they should owe you a fee just for looking at it. Cards like Amazing Reno, Kalecgos, and Malygos give you the tools you need to drain your opponent into the late game.
Written By – Sejal Bhatnagar