Mini’s Arbor Up (Aggro Druid)

Hearthstone – United In Stormwind (September-October 2021).

I’ve updated my Arbor Up build. You’ll notice lots of buff spells in this list. Hold onto your oracle for turn 5 if you can; so she can be assured to copy 1 two-cost minion. Try to cast Solar Eclipse + Arbor Up on turn 7 if you draw both cards. Kiri provides a 3rd Solar Eclipse to the deck.

I just won a game by Mark Of The Wild-ing Moonfang, which buffed him and gave him taunt. Spikeshelling Greybough for a free copy is another a cheesey way of stealing a few games, especially since this deck has many cheap minions that could benefit from Greyboughs limitless deathrattle antics.

I’ve seen Greybough respawn 12+ times in a single game. korean gg, gosu…

Until next time!

Steve Mini

Notable mentions: Sometimes I take Kodo Mount over Pride’s Fury; I find that I single target buff more than I buff a whole board. Also Been thinking about Glowfly Swarm, but can’t justify it. Sure I have a couple of spells in hand, but meh.

Mini’s Arbor Up (v5.0)

Class: Druid

Format: Standard

Year of the Gryphon


2x (1) Vibrant Squirrel

2x (2) Bonechewer Brawler

2x (2) Encumbered Pack Mule

2x (2) Florist

2x (2) Mark of the Spikeshell

2x (2) Mark of the Wild

2x (2) Solar Eclipse

2x (2) Toad of the Wilds

2x (2) Wickerclaw

2x (3) Oracle of Elune

1x (4) Kiri, Chosen of Elune

2x (4) Pride’s Fury

2x (5) Arbor Up

1x (5) Greybough

1x (5) Moonfang

2x (5) Teacher’s Pet

1x (8) Cenarius


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Author: Steve Mini

I hear voices. I'm a part-time undergrad studying English literature at the prestigious University Of Toronto. I've unearthed an entire metaverse full of fiction, villains and heroes, just by talking to the voices in my head. I once thought that someone could communicate with me telepathically. I was hospitalized many times and now know that I am ill. I have no criminal record, eschew wealth, and have taken several vows, including of poverty and literacy. For more info, click on the ABOUT section.

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