At the beginning of Hearthstone, there were 2 clear types of Druid decks – the Midrange Druid and the Ramp Druid. As more cards were released, the divider between the two began to blur. Its [card]Force of Nature[/card] + [card]Savage Roar[/card] combo is one of the oldest and consistent threats in Druid decks.
With the release of The Grand Tournament, Druids now has answers for Aggro/Midrange decks in the form of [card]Darnassus Aspirant[/card] and [card]Living Roots[/card]. Druids now have a wide range of options of tech cards to handle whatever the meta may be.
[card]Savage Combatant[/card] is an extreme tempo card if the opponent can’t remove it.
[card]Harrison Jones[/card] is a great tech card in a weapon heavy meta. Consider another [card]Big Game Hunter[/card] if facing a Handlock heavy meta.
[card]Living Roots[/card] and [card]Mind Control Tech[/card] can be subbed in a Aggro heavy meta.
Legend Midrange Druid
Thijs EU Blizzcon 2015 Championship Winner Midrange Druid
You can check out the Midrange Druid meta deck section for all the guides/decklists on it. If you’re just starting to toy around with Patron Warrior, we recommend you starting with this beginner guide.
Be sure to check back often for the latest variation of this deck as the meta evolves.