The Most budget and Effective Hearthstone Decks: Cheap Decks for Hearthstone Laddering. Part 1


Hello my friends. I have collected the top 10 effective budget decks for every class! In this video you will find the first half of these decks. I hope these decks will help you to climb the ladder, expand your pool of decks, have fun, or at least do some daily quests. I will be grateful if you support this video. One of the big complaints about Hearthstone is the price to play when you first start. There are a ton of legendaries in the game, and if you are unlucky, you may not have received much in the way of playable cards. On the other hand, even if you are not a beginner, it is very difficult to have all of the meta decks for each class. This budget deck list should serve you pretty well if you are between rank 25 and 15. As you get closer to 10, however, the road is going to be much more difficult, and only a couple of them will manage to continue to climb steadily. I don’t include any budget deck that has Epic or Legendary cards. There is nothing unusual here, and you can find many decks like the ones I will show you, but I only collected actual decks for the current meta with the highest winrate. The tenth place is occupied by Rush Warrior. Warrior is not the easiest class to build a budget deck for in the Boomsday meta, but I found you a budget version of Rush Warrior. It will cost you 1360 dust to craft. The winrate is only 45%. Yes, it is not much, but this is the best result that exists among the cheap warrior decks in the present day. The popularity of the archetype is 8% among all of warrior’s archetypes. Rush Warrior is an aggressive deck. The main idea is that decks actively use their weapons and minions to control the board, and finish the opponents off with weapon and board synergy. Rush Warrior decks did not receive any significant new cards from The Boomsday Project, except Mecharoo, a card that provides a sticky start, and Toxicologist for an additional weapon buff. Mulligans for Rush Warrior are quite simple Fire Fly, Fiery War Axe and Mecharoo are universal keeps. Southsea Deckhand is keepable too if you have no other 1 drops. Weapon synergy is a very important part of this deck. The spell card Upgrade! is best used as a 1/3 weapon in the early game to board control, or to upgrade a Lesser Mithril Spellstone. Though the 8 added damage to Arcanite Reaper or 6 damage to a Fiery War Axe is hard to pass up. Both weapons are perfectly suitable targets for Upgrade!, which is surprisingly one of the most difficult cards to use in the entire deck. In ninth place is Priest. The most “budget” deck with a positive winrate is Spiteful Priest, but Unfortunately, it costs 2,980 dust, which is not cheap at all. Therefore, I propose to look at a really budget deck for the Priest, although it only has a 48% winrate. Combo Priest with dragons got pretty popular in the Kobolds and Catacomb meta. The cost of this deck is 1400 dust. The Boomsday Project didn’t have any dragon synergy, but it did come with a new combo tool – Topsy Turvy. This card acts as a third copy of Inner Fire or can make taunt minions with high health easier to trade in. The best cards you can get in your early mulligan are Northshire Cleric, Radiant Elemental, and Power Word: Shield. If you have one of these cards you can keep some of your higher cost ones like Shadow Ascendant, Tar Creeper, or Duskbreaker. The combo from which this deck gets its name is Inner Fire plus Divine Spirit. Divine Spirit doubles a minion’s health, and Inner Fire changes the minion’s attack to be equal to its health. If you have a minion with, for example, 5 health on the board, playing two copies of Divine Spirit and then targeting it with Inner Fire will increase its stats to 20/20! In a perfect world you would save the combo for when you can use it to destroy the enemy hero in one turn. With the new expansion, Paladin gains a Mech package that takes advantage of the new Magnetic keyword. Magnetic minions can be played either as a minion, or to buff a Mech already on the board. In addition to the Magnetic minions, The Boomsday Project also includes Giggling Inventor, a powerful new board-flooding tool. In this deck, Giggling Inventor provides Taunts and Divine Shields to protect high value minions. Lost in the Jungle, Righteous Protector, Mecharoo, and Glow-Tron are your main targets for your mulligan. You have a lot of 1-drops in your deck, so it’s going to be common to see these. Upgradeable Framebot can be kept if you have something to play on your first turn. Dire Wolf Alpha can be kept with either a couple of 1-drops or Lost in the Jungle, which has good synergy with it. The basic strategy of this deck is to get control of the board early and then leverage that board advantage with Wargear or Fungalmancer on turn five. In seventh place is Whizbang The Wonderful. Yes, I know, you are already tired listening to me talk about this card. But I must briefly talk about this. You can craft it as a budget option. There’s some disadvantages to the card. You don’t get to choose the deck you get to play and it will take longer for you to learn how to play any particular deck due to the random nature of the card. However, it is a good option if you like the variety and the fun of playing multiple different decks you wouldn’t normally have access to. Token Shaman is an archetype that, throughout the history of Hearthstone, requently asserts itself as a competitive deck in the Standard format. Today the popularity of this archetype is only 0.4%. In the meta, it’s 6% of all shaman decks. In general, Token Shaman looks to develop a wide board state through Minions and Spells that place multiple bodies on the board. While the deck’s minions may seem harmless at first, when paired with Flametongue Totem and Bloodlust, even 0-attack totems can become legitimate threats. The Boomsday Project offers some exciting new support for the Token Shaman archetype. Voltaic Burst has ability to remove opposing minions while developing the board. Menacing Nimbus places a decent body on board and replaces itself in the process. Similarly, Storm Chaser helps you find the Bloodlust to leverage your wide board to close out the game. Finally, Giggling Inventor and Microtech Сontroller place three bodies on board, contributing to Token Shaman’s gameplan. On the mulligan stage you always want to catch Fire Fly, Mecharoo, Menacing Nimbus and Primalfin Totem These cards are perfect for a good start. Token Shaman plays as a board-centric midrange deck. Many of the early-game minions are included to ensure an advantage going into mid-game power turns. As such, getting ahead early is crucial. As for the results of the vote from the last video. The question was – Do you think Hearthstone is the perfect game? So, does Giggling Inventor need a nerf? I created a new YouTube poll. Find the button on the screen. Vote and tell me your answer in the comments! Here are the most popular comments from the last video. Thank you for your activity, and special thanks to Chris! perhaps you will find something
interesting here here are something just jobs done

Posts Tagged with…

Reader Comments

  1. Adam Xue

    I don't hate Giggling Inventor, but a neutral card that finds its way into literally ANY deck (except for even decks) brings up a lot of question.
    Like, I love the card, because it helps me kinda survive against aggro when I try something fun.
    But I am still gonna say "Nerf it, if possible" simply because it is like auto include, which isn't good as a card.
    You should never really print cards that are auto include and the opponents deck is inferior because it doesn't have it.
    It would be like Black Lotus for MTG, having the card vs not have the card is actually a difference, and you just slap it in any decks.
    Not good for the game, is my point on it.

    But like Blizzard already said no and listed why they wouldn't nerf it, at least not now anyway, so…
    Well, it seems that we will get to have fun, or ruin other peoples dream if you happen to be one of those, for quite some more time.

  2. Rude_i_Wredne

    To be honest, the best option for the new players is to save the dust from guaranteed legendaries (open up to 10 packs from every set possible) and craft Whizzbang or Baku (and use Baku to made odd rouge or odd paladin, depending on how many cards useful in this decks were opened).

  3. Schumerus

    Giggling inventor doesn’t need a nerf, you can deal with it easily with mossy horror or the card that steals divine shields. If they really want to nerf the card, then probably make the inventor a 1/1. Tar creeper and Chain Gang are sticky taunts too, but will rotate out in two expansions, so we need a new universally good Taunt to replace those, which this card doesn’t fail to do

  4. Jair Brown

    Can't wait for the next part! I would love to see deck replacement card options for when players can get more dust. Such as a critical archetype epic replacing a lower tier common or rare. Keep up the great work HSMaths! I love the random info you put out!

  5. אמיר בוחניק

    i play whizbang. from 20=>13. this is the best craft ive ever done. this is just perfect for everyone who likes to play hearthstone

  6. TigerKirby215

    Giggling needs a nerf but a small one. Something like a 1 mana increase honestly seems the most fitting. It's harder to slot it in with a lot of buff cards (Fungalmancer) and it also can't be run in Odd decks anymore (Fungalmancer)
    Basically what I'm saying is nerf Fungalmancer.

  7. Manon Carrara

    I didn’t know your channel and I just had a great surprise. Thanks for the work you put in this video, and thank you so much for the subtitles, I’m French and it’s so easier for me with the subtitles !
    It was a great video, thank you !!

  8. kinky Cucumber

    Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range Hunter Mid-range

  9. G C

    I dont think that the absolute legend behind Hearthstone Mathematics can possibly be aware of just how good his content/creation actually is to us the consumers. Thank you man :')

  10. Mahem 3000

    Secret Mage build: Win rate 5%. U cant close the game without powerful cards in the list, u can survive until mid-late game then die… i placed even Sindragosa but nothing

  11. John Smith

    I feel the only way to make this video even more useful would be to suggest certain epic or legendary cards you may happen to have like for example you packed ziliax or darius for rush warrior which might both be expensive unless a player happened to have that already, so it isn’t required. Or like a copy or 2 of shadow visions for combo priest.
    It would make great footnotes for each entry, but overall a solid video.

  12. DuckGamer

    I find that basic Zoo decks are very budget and easy to use. Starting with cards like Stormwind Champion, Voidwalker, and Murloc Tidehunter, you can eventually upgrade it with Doubling Imp, Flame Imp, or even Jaraxxus!

Write a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *