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Best Voyage to the Sunken City Decks – Top Meta Lists

We're taking a look at all of the best decks for each of the classes in the Hearthstone Voyage to the Sunken City meta!
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Hearthstone Voyage to the Sunken City is the first expansion of 2022 and brings in the Standard rotation to the game! It brings 135 new cards, which allows for a bunch of new deck ideas to be experimented with. If you find that you aren’t yourself much of a deck builder, we’ve gone through and grabbed a bunch of the best decks that are popping up in the expansion so far. There should be at least one deck for each of the ten classes in the game, so everyone should find at least something they can build towards!

Best Voyage to the Sunken City Deck Lists

We will be listing all of the top meta decks from the new Voyage to the Sunken City Hearthstone expansion below. Keep in mind that when a new set is released, there’s a lot of volatility in the early stages of the meta. You might find that one deck is strong early, but it will drop down the list due to an unrefined meta.

All decks have been updated as of 4/13/2022! These lists have gone through a bit more testing and have for the most part reached high ranks on the ladder.

Demon Hunter Decks

Demon Hunter has gotten quite a few Naga cards with interactions based on casting spells. We’ll see if it is enough to base a whole deck around as we get further into the expansion.

DracoCatt‘s Fel Demon Hunter

Demon Hunter

  • 1
    Fury (Rank 1)
    2
  • 1
    Multi-Strike
    2
  • 1
    Sigil of Alacrity
    2
  • 2
    Chaos Strike
    2
  • 2
    Fel Barrage
    2
  • 2
    Spectral Sight
    2
  • 2
    Wayward Sage
    2
  • 3
    Aldrachi Warblades
    2
  • 3
    Chaos Leech
    1
  • 3
    Lady S'theno
    1
  • 3
    Predation
    2
  • 4
    Felgorger
    2
  • 4
    Glaiveshark
    2
  • 5
    Need for Greed
    2
  • 6
    Kurtrus, Demon-Render
    1
  • 8
    Jace Darkweaver
    1

Neutral

  • 3
    Brann Bronzebeard
    1
  • 3
    Smothering Starfish
    1

Druid Decks

Druid could be headed towards another attempt at Beast synergy leading into the new expansion. They’ve also got themselves a fair amount of Naga cards, so don’t be surprised if that gets experimented with.

NoHandsGamer‘s #6 Legend Ramp Druid

Druid

  • 0
    Aquatic Form
    2
  • 1
    Dozing Kelpkeeper
    2
  • 1
    Earthen Scales
    2
  • 1
    Living Roots
    2
  • 2
    Moonlit Guidance
    2
  • 2
    Wrath
    2
  • 3
    Feral Rage
    1
  • 3
    Oracle of Elune
    1
  • 3
    Wild Growth
    2
  • 4
    Fandral Staghelm
    1
  • 5
    Flipper Friends
    2
  • 5
    Nourish
    2
  • 5
    Wildheart Guff
    1
  • 7
    Miracle Growth
    2
  • 7
    Scale of Onyxia
    2

Neutral

  • 1
    Ivus, the Forest Lord
    1
  • 8
    Kazakusan
    1
  • 20
    Naga Giant
    2

Rami94‘s #17 Legend Anacondra Druid

Druid

  • 0
    Aquatic Form
    2
  • 0
    Innervate
    2
  • 1
    Dozing Kelpkeeper
    2
  • 1
    Earthen Scales
    2
  • 2
    Jerry Rig Carpenter
    1
  • 2
    Moonlit Guidance
    2
  • 2
    Wrath
    2
  • 3
    Seaweed Strike
    2
  • 3
    Wild Growth
    2
  • 5
    Nourish
    2
  • 5
    Wildheart Guff
    1
  • 6
    Lady Anacondra
    1
  • 7
    Miracle Growth
    2
  • 7
    Scale of Onyxia
    1
  • 8
    Celestial Alignment
    2

Neutral

  • 8
    Kazakusan
    1
  • 10
    Raid Boss Onyxia
    1
  • 20
    Naga Giant
    2

Hunter Decks

Hunter is looking primed to build decks that lean heavily on Beasts. While they got a couple of Naga cards, they are likely not enough to build an entire list with.

D_con’s #24 Legend Naga Hunter

Hunter

  • 1
    Barbed Nets
    2
  • 1
    Wound Prey
    1
  • 2
    Doggie Biscuit
    1
  • 2
    Furious Howl
    1
  • 2
    Quick Shot
    2
  • 2
    Raj Naz'jan
    1
  • 3
    Aimed Shot
    2
  • 3
    Harpoon Gun
    2
  • 3
    Naga's Pride
    2
  • 4
    Piercing Shot
    2
  • 4
    Twinbow Terrorcoil
    2
  • 5
    Barak Kodobane
    1

Neutral

  • 1
    Irondeep Trogg
    2
  • 1
    Vicious Slitherspear
    2
  • 2
    Amalgam of the Deep
    2
  • 2
    Murkwater Scribe
    2
  • 2
    Rainbow Glowscale
    2
  • 4
    Blademaster Okani
    1

Mage Decks

Mage got some exciting news in the new expansion and that is a bunch of Mech based cards! Old school players of Hearthstone will remember the days of Mech Mage in the past, and it looks like Blizzard is pushing it again!

Nails’ #1 Legend Mech Mage

Mage

  • 2
    Trench Surveyor
    2
  • 3
    Azsharan Sweeper
    2
  • 3
    Frostweave Dungeoneer
    2
  • 3
    Mecha-Shark
    2
  • 3
    Seafloor Gateway
    2
  • 8
    Gaia, the Techtonic
    1

Neutral

  • 1
    Click-Clocker
    2
  • 1
    Irondeep Trogg
    2
  • 2
    Amalgam of the Deep
    2
  • 2
    Annoy-o-Tron
    2
  • 2
    Deeprun Engineer
    2
  • 2
    Security Automaton
    2
  • 3
    Gorillabot A-3
    2
  • 3
    Seascout Operator
    2
  • 5
    Ini Stormcoil
    1
  • 6
    Mothership
    2

FuryHunter’s #52 Naga Mage

Mage

  • 0
    Flurry (Rank 1)
    2
  • 1
    First Flame
    2
  • 2
    Gifts of Azshara
    2
  • 2
    Ignite
    2
  • 2
    Runed Orb
    2
  • 2
    Siphon Mana
    2
  • 2
    Spellcoiler
    2
  • 3
    Arcane Intellect
    2
  • 4
    Commander Sivara
    1
  • 4
    Spitelash Siren
    2

Neutral

  • 1
    Vicious Slitherspear
    2
  • 2
    Amalgam of the Deep
    2
  • 2
    Murkwater Scribe
    2
  • 3
    Crushclaw Enforcer
    2
  • 4
    School Teacher
    2
  • 5
    Queen Azshara
    1

Paladin Decks

Mage isn’t the only one getting Mechs, it looks like Mech Paladin is also back on the menu. The class had some pretty notorious lists featuring the tribe, and it seems they might be able to push the synergy again in a more control based fashion.

Dmoney’s #48 Legend Mech Paladin

Paladin

  • 1
    Prismatic Jewel Kit
    2
  • 2
    Noble Mount
    2
  • 2
    Radar Detector
    2
  • 2
    Seafloor Savior
    2
  • 3
    Alliance Bannerman
    2
  • 3
    Azsharan Mooncatcher
    2
  • 3
    Catacomb Guard
    2
  • 3
    Stonehearth Vindicator
    2
  • 4
    Bubblebot
    1
  • 7
    Lightforged Cariel
    1
  • 7
    The Leviathan
    1

Neutral

  • 1
    Click-Clocker
    2
  • 2
    Amalgam of the Deep
    2
  • 2
    Annoy-o-Tron
    2
  • 2
    Security Automaton
    2
  • 3
    Gorillabot A-3
    2
  • 5
    Ini Stormcoil
    1

Priest Decks

Priest always feels like it’s in a state of flux, so we eye their options with reservation. They did get a 0-cost legendary minion, which is quite interesting. They’ve received quite a bit of incentive to run a lot of spells, so we’ll see if that works out for the class.

Nagon’s #58 Legend Switcheroo Priest

Priest

  • 0
    Illuminate
    2
  • 1
    Flash Heal
    2
  • 1
    Gift of the Naaru
    2
  • 1
    Holy Smite
    2
  • 1
    Shadow Word: Devour
    2
  • 1
    Shard of the Naaru
    2
  • 2
    Bless
    2
  • 2
    Condemn (Rank 1)
    2
  • 2
    Thrive in the Shadows
    2
  • 3
    Switcheroo
    2
  • 4
    Holy Nova
    2
  • 4
    Power Infusion
    2
  • 4
    Void Shard
    2
  • 8
    Power Word: Fortitude
    2

Neutral

  • 3
    Twin-fin Fin Twin
    1
  • 10
    Deathwing the Destroyer
    1

Rogue Decks

Rogue is looking to get back to its Pirate ways with a bunch of new additions to the tribe ending up in the class. Even the weapon that they were given in this expansion is synergistic with Pirates, so don’t be surprised when a deck featuring them is the mainstay of the class.

Thijs’ #49 Legend Hooktusk Pirate Rogue

Rogue

  • 0
    Preparation
    2
  • 1
    Blackwater Cutlass
    2
  • 1
    Buccaneer
    2
  • 1
    Filletfighter
    2
  • 1
    Gone Fishin'
    2
  • 1
    SI:7 Extortion
    2
  • 2
    Wicked Stab (Rank 1)
    2
  • 3
    Cutlass Courier
    2
  • 3
    Swordfish
    2
  • 4
    Edwin, Defias Kingpin
    1
  • 5
    Azsharan Vessel
    2
  • 6
    Crabatoa
    1
  • 8
    Pirate Admiral Hooktusk
    1

Neutral

  • 2
    Amalgam of the Deep
    2
  • 2
    Tuskarrrr Trawler
    2
  • 3
    Pufferfist
    2
  • 6
    Mr. Smite
    1

F2agWipEHL8owzx’s #6 Legend Tess Rogue

Rogue

  • 0
    Backstab
    2
  • 0
    Shadowstep
    2
  • 1
    Filletfighter
    2
  • 1
    Swashburglar
    2
  • 2
    Maestra of the Masquerade
    1
  • 2
    Reconnaissance
    2
  • 2
    The Lobotomizer
    2
  • 2
    Vanessa VanCleef
    1
  • 3
    Cutlass Courier
    2
  • 3
    Double Agent
    2
  • 3
    Tooth of Nefarian
    1
  • 4
    Hench-Clan Burglar
    2
  • 5
    Bootstrap Sunkeneer
    2
  • 5
    Contraband Stash
    2
  • 6
    Wildpaw Gnoll
    2
  • 8
    Pirate Admiral Hooktusk
    1
  • 8
    Shadowcrafter Scabbs
    1
  • 8
    Tess Greymane
    1

Shaman Decks

Shaman’s pool of cards is a bit all over the place, but they did get some interesting elemental synergy spells that could add up to a combo based deck.

Lvge’s #13 Legend Battlecry Shaman

Shaman

  • 1
    Azsharan Scroll
    2
  • 1
    Scalding Geyser
    2
  • 2
    Bolner Hammerbeak
    1
  • 2
    Frostbite
    2
  • 2
    Maelstrom Portal
    2
  • 2
    Sleetbreaker
    2
  • 3
    Brilliant Macaw
    2
  • 3
    Far Sight
    2
  • 3
    Primal Dungeoneer
    2
  • 4
    Wildpaw Cavern
    2
  • 5
    Coral Keeper
    2
  • 6
    Snowfall Guardian
    2
  • 8
    Bru'kan of the Elements
    1

Neutral

  • 3
    Brann Bronzebeard
    1
  • 3
    Zola the Gorgon
    1
  • 4
    Blademaster Okani
    1
  • 5
    Azure Drake
    1
  • 5
    Queen Azshara
    1
  • 7
    Mutanus the Devourer
    1

Warlock Decks

While Warlock hasn’t done a ton with Murlocs in the past, they are going to get their chance in this expansion. It does make sense in a way, due to the zoo-like nature of the tribe.

Ayrok’s Murloc Warlock

Warlock

  • 1
    Rock Bottom
    2
  • 2
    Chum Bucket
    2
  • 2
    Voidgill
    2
  • 3
    Azsharan Scavenger
    2
  • 4
    Bloodscent Vilefin
    2

Neutral

  • 0
    Murloc Tinyfin
    1
  • 1
    Murloc Tidecaller
    2
  • 1
    Sir Finley Mrrgglton
    1
  • 1
    Sir Finley, Sea Guide
    1
  • 2
    Amalgam of the Deep
    2
  • 2
    Lushwater Murcenary
    2
  • 2
    Lushwater Scout
    2
  • 3
    Coldlight Seer
    2
  • 3
    Murloc Warleader
    2
  • 3
    Twin-fin Fin Twin
    2
  • 5
    Gorloc Ravager
    2
  • 6
    Battleground Battlemaster
    1

Warrior Decks

Warrior is getting quite a bit of weapon based synergy in the Voyage to the Sunken City expansion. It is possible that they are able to convert it into aggro, but a control based list is also in the cards.

Scorro’s #8 Legend Quest Pirate Warrior

Warrior

  • 1
    Bloodsail Deckhand
    2
  • 1
    Raid the Docks
    1
  • 1
    Shiver Their Timbers!
    2
  • 1
    Whetstone Hatchet
    1
  • 2
    Harbor Scamp
    2
  • 2
    Obsidiansmith
    2
  • 3
    Cargo Guard
    2
  • 3
    Defias Cannoneer
    2
  • 3
    Stormwind Freebooter
    2
  • 5
    Stonemaul Anchorman
    1

Neutral

  • 2
    Amalgam of the Deep
    2
  • 2
    Bloodsail Raider
    2
  • 2
    Fogsail Freebooter
    2
  • 2
    Tuskarrrr Trawler
    2
  • 3
    Pufferfist
    2
  • 3
    Southsea Captain
    2
  • 6
    Mr. Smite
    1

Bruto’s #1 Legend Charge Control Warrior

Warrior

  • 1
    Shield Slam
    2
  • 2
    Forged in Flame
    2
  • 2
    Frozen Buckler
    2
  • 2
    Man the Cannons
    1
  • 2
    Obsidiansmith
    2
  • 2
    To the Front!
    2
  • 3
    From the Depths
    2
  • 3
    Heavy Plate
    2
  • 3
    Shield Block
    2
  • 4
    Outrider's Axe
    2
  • 5
    Brawl
    2
  • 6
    Captain Galvangar
    1
  • 7
    Nellie, the Great Thresher
    1
  • 7
    Rokara, the Valorous
    1
  • 10
    Shield Shatter
    2

Neutral

  • 5
    Faceless Manipulator
    2
  • 6
    Battleground Battlemaster
    1
  • 6
    Mr. Smite
    1

That’s all for the best Hearthstone decks in the Voyage to the Sunken City expansion. Be sure to check out the Hearthstone section of our website for more detailed looks at the archetypes for each of the classes!

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