[Top 5] Hearthstone Best Demon Hunter Decks

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Demon Hunter is the newest class in Hearthstone. Here are the best Demon Hunter decks.

Standard:

1.  Tempo Demon Hunter

Tempo Demon Hunter is one of the most aggressive decks in the game. It has terrorized the meta since the release of Ashes of Outland.

What's Fun about this deck:

  • It can win very fast and beat many decks before turn 6-7
  • It can perform miracles with Altruis the Outcast and cards with reduced cost by Skull of Gul’dan
  • If your opponent doesn’t manage to keep up with your tempo, you can quickly get things out of control

How To Play This Deck Effectively:

  • Mulligan for Battlefiend, Blazing Battlemage and Umberwing
  • Use your mana efficiently and try to play on curve
  • When playing against aggressive decks try to make value trades and protect your minions with your weapons and spells
  • Deal as much face damage in the early game and close out the game with burn effects and weapons. Metamorphosis, Glaivebound Adept and Warglaives of Azzinoth can be very effective at dealing the last bit of damage you need
  • Altruis the Outcast can turn any bad situation around. Try to use him alongside Twin Slice to destroy your opponent’s minions while dealing tons of face damage

Cards:

  • # 2x (1) Twin Slice
  • # 2x (1) Crimson Sigil Runner
  • # 2x (1) Blazing Battlemage
  • # 2x (1) Beaming Sidekick
  • # 2x (1) Battlefiend
  • # 2x (2) Umberwing
  • # 1x (2) Spectral Sight
  • # 2x (2) Chaos Strike
  • # 2x (3) Satyr Overseer
  • # 2x (3) Frozen Shadoweaver
  • # 2x (3) Eye Beam
  • # 1x (4) Kayn Sunfury
  • # 1x (4) Altruis the Outcast
  • # 1x (5) Metamorphosis
  • # 2x (5) Glaivebound Adept
  • # 2x (6) Warglaives of Azzinoth
  • # 2x (6) Skull of Gul'dan

Deck code:

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Token Demon Hunter

Token Demon Hunter is an aggressive deck with many win conditions. In addition to the strong early game cards which can win games, there is an alternative win-condition consisting of Wrathscale Naga and Coordinated Strike.

What’s fun about this deck:

  • It can win games very fast and overwhelm its opponents with cards like Battlefiend, Umberwing and Satyr Overseer
  • It can use Wrathscale Naga very effectively and deal massive amounts of damage with it
  • It can use Kayn Sunfury to ignore the opponent’s taunt minions

How to play this deck effectively:

  • Mulligan for Murmy, Battlefiend, Umberwing and Satyr Overseer
  • Try to protect your minions with your weapons and hero power
  • You can win many games as early as turn 5 if you use your cards and mana effectively. Deal as much face damage as possible when facing slow control decks
  • In certain situations, Wrathscale Naga can deal massive amounts of damage. Try to use her with as many small minions as possible to maximize her damage
  • You can use Warglaives of Azzinoth alongside Inner Demon to clear multiple huge minions and deal a lot of face damage in the same turn

Cards:

  • # 2x (1) Ur'zul Horror
  • # 2x (1) Twin Slice
  • # 2x (1) Battlefiend
  • # 2x (2) Umberwing
  • # 2x (2) Sightless Watcher
  • # 2x (2) Feast of Souls
  • # 2x (2) Chaos Strike
  • # 2x (3) Wrathscale Naga
  • # 2x (3) Satyr Overseer
  • # 2x (3) Eye Beam
  • # 2x (3) Coordinated Strike
  • # 2x (4) Illidari Felblade
  • # 1x (4) Altruis the Outcast
  • # 2x (5) Glaivebound Adept
  • # 2x (5) Command the Illidari
  • # 1x (9) Nethrandamus

Deck code:

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Control Demon Hunter

Control Demon Hunter uses many strong late-game demons to overwhelm its opponents. The deck has many tools to summon its big minions for free or to reduce their cost.

What’s fun about this deck:

  • It is very different from other Demon Hunter decks and can surprise many of your opponents
  • It uses many extremely powerful minions which can win the game on their own
  • It doesn’t run out of cards and has many strong board-clears

How to play this deck effectively:

  • Mulligan for Netherwalker, Overconfident Orc and Raging Felscreamer
  • Cards like Consume Magic and Eye Beam are most effective when they are in the left-most or right-most position in your hand. Try to control the position of the cards in your hand
  • When playing against aggressive decks try to control the board during the first turns and stabilize the game by playing strong taunt minions
  • When playing against classes like Priest don’t overextend because they can effectively destroy all your minions with a card like Plague of Death
  • You can try including Magtheridon in your deck and play him alongside Chaos Nova to generate lots of tempo

Cards:

  • # 1x (1) Consume Magic
  • # 2x (2) Netherwalker
  • # 2x (2) Immolation Aura
  • # 2x (3) Overconfident Orc
  • # 2x (3) Eye Beam
  • # 2x (3) Aldrachi Warblades
  • # 2x (4) Raging Felscreamer
  • # 1x (4) Maiev Shadowsong
  • # 2x (4) Ashtongue Battlelord
  • # 1x (5) Metamorphosis
  • # 2x (5) Chaos Nova
  • # 2x (6) Fel Summoner
  • # 2x (7) Priestess of Fury
  • # 1x (7) Flamereaper
  • # 2x (8) Hulking Overfiend
  • # 2x (8) Coilfang Warlord
  • # 2x (9) Pit Commander

Deck code:         

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Wild:

Odd demon hunter

Odd demon hunter is one of the strongest wild decks. It is an aggressive deck that utilizes the legendary card Baku the Mooneater to upgrade its hero power to deal 2 damage.

What’s fun about this deck:

  • It can deal lots of burst damage and surprise opponents with lethal
  • It is very fast and isn’t hard to play, which makes it good for new players or players that want to climb the ladder fast
  • It can snowball out of control if your opponent doesn’t manage to deal with its threats in the early game

How to play this deck effectively:

  • Mulligan for your early game cards. Battlefiend, Beaming Sidekick and Lowly Squire can terrorize your opponent in the early-game
  • Try to use your hero power to kill your opponent’s minions and protect your own
  • When playing against aggressive deck try to make value trades and control the board as much as you can
  • When playing against slow-control decks deal as much damage to their hero and hit their face as often as possible. You should be careful when developing a board against such decks as well because they can easily leave you without resources
  • Use the burst damage Metamorphosis, Leeroy Jenkins and Glaivebound Adept provide to effectively end games even if your opponent has played a bunch of taunts

Cards:

  • # 2x (1) Battlefiend
  • # 2x (1) Beaming Sidekick
  • # 1x (1) Consume Magic
  • # 2x (1) Lowly Squire
  • # 2x (1) Mana Burn
  • # 2x (1) Twin Slice
  • # 2x (3) Aldrachi Warblades
  • # 1x (3) Blowtorch Saboteur
  • # 2x (3) Frozen Shadoweaver
  • # 2x (3) Hench-Clan Thug
  • # 2x (3) Vulpera Scoundrel
  • # 2x (5) Cobalt Spellkin
  • # 2x (5) Glaivebound Adept
  • # 1x (5) Leeroy Jenkins
  • # 1x (5) Loatheb
  • # 1x (5) Metamorphosis
  • # 2x (7) Priestess of Fury
  • # 1x (9) Baku the Mooneater

Deck code:

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Highlander Demon Hunter

Highlander Demon Hunter is a mid-range singleton deck. It utilizes cards like Zephrys the Great and Dragonqueen Alexstrasza. The deck has many strong value generators as well and can beat both slow and fast decks.

What’s fun about this deck:

  • It runs 30 different card, which makes the deck very flexible and adaptable
  • It has many game-changing legendaries like Reno Jackson and Dragonqueen Alexstrasza
  • It has many different game-plans and win-conditions and every game feels different

How to play this deck effectively:

  • Mulligan for your highlander cards and early game minions
  • Try to stay slightly ahead of your opponent on board and don’t overextend too much
  • Many decks can shuffle multiple copies of a single card into your deck and disrupt your highlander effects. Be careful when playing against cards like Bad Luck Albatross or Wrenchcalibur
  • Try to control the board in the early and mid-game and overwhelm your opponent in the late game with cards such as Dragonqueen Alexstrasza and Nethrandamus
  • Use your outcast effects effectively and try to manage the position of the cards in your hand as best as you can

Cards:

  • # 1x (1) Crimson Sigil Runner
  • # 1x (2) Chaos Strike
  • # 1x (2) Feast of Souls
  • # 1x (2) Firetree Witchdoctor
  • # 1x (2) Immolation Aura
  • # 1x (2) Netherspite Historian
  • # 1x (2) Spectral Sight
  • # 1x (2) Zephrys the Great
  • # 1x (3) Aldrachi Warblades
  • # 1x (3) Brann Bronzebeard
  • # 1x (3) Coordinated Strike
  • # 1x (3) Eye Beam
  • # 1x (3) Soul Cleave
  • # 1x (3) Wrathscale Naga
  • # 1x (3) Zola the Gorgon
  • # 1x (4) Altruis the Outcast
  • # 1x (4) Ashtongue Battlelord
  • # 1x (4) Frizz Kindleroost
  • # 1x (4) Kayn Sunfury
  • # 1x (4) Twilight Guardian
  • # 1x (5) Azure Drake
  • # 1x (5) Big Ol' Whelp
  • # 1x (5) Chaos Nova
  • # 1x (5) Cobalt Spellkin
  • # 1x (5) Command the Illidari
  • # 1x (5) Warglaives of Azzinoth
  • # 1x (6) Reno Jackson
  • # 1x (6) Skull of Gul'dan
  • # 1x (9) Dragonqueen Alexstrasza
  • # 1x (9) Nethrandamus

Deck code:

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