Top 10 Hearthstone Most Fun Decks

Who needs to win in Hearthstone? Just meme on the haters with these decks.

Some Hearthstone players want to make it all the way to the top and hit Legend rank. But what if you just want to have some fun with a nonsense deck? Here are some suggestions for builds that may not bring you victory but will always bring you lulz.


This deck has fun by playing cards that draw out the game longer, healing your Hero and messing with your opponent’s minions.

  • 1 x Aldor Peacekeeper
  • 1 x Wild Pyromancer
  • 2 x Prismatic Lens
  • 2 x Consecration
  • 2 x Truesilver Champion
  • 1 x Alexstrasza
  • 2 x Equality
  • 1 x Tirion Fordring
  • 2 x Acolyte of Pain
  • 1 x Elise the Trailblazer
  • 1 x Sunkeeper Tarim
  • 1 x Gluttonous Ooze
  • 2 x Spikeridged Steed
  • 2 x Stonehill Defender
  • 1 x Primordial Drake
  • 1 x Skulking Geist
  • 1 x Uther of the Ebon Blade
  • 1 x The Lich King
  • 2 x Giggling Inventor
  • 1 x Crystology
  • 1 x Crystalsmith Kangor
  • 1 x Shrink Ray

Paladin may not be the most control-heavy class, but it does have some unique cards that can make for an interesting game. You’ll be on the floor when you see your opponent try to get through your Spikeridged Steed or debuff all their minions with Shrink Ray. You can have some extra fun with Prismatic Lens; imagine the look on your opponents face when you play The Lich King for 2 mana.


If you love the excitement of taking down all of your opponent’s Health, this deck will let you do just that. With a little bit of patience, this will send your foe flying.

2 x Backstab  

2 x Preparation

2 x Sinister Strike                  

2 x Eviscerate

1 x Razorpetal Lasher

2 x Sap           

1 x Edwin VanCleef  

2 x Fan of Knives      

2 x SI:7 Agent

1 x Kobold Illusionist

1 x Necrium Vial       

2 x Vilespine Slayer  

2 x Vanish      

1 x Sprint       

1 x Valeera the Hollow

1 x Fire Fly

2 x Tar Creeper

2 x Giggling Inventor

1 x Malygos

First, you accrue a bunch of damage spells like Eviscerate, Sinister Strike, and the Razorpetals from Razorpetal Lasher. Then, wait until you have only two minions in your hand: Kobold Illusionist and Malygos. Set off the Illusionist’s Deathrattle with Necrium Blade or Necrium Vial and follow up by Backstabbing it. With that many Malygoses on the board, you will have enough Spell Damage to wipe out your opponent in one turn.



Don’t want to worry about getting your opponent’s Health down to 0? This deck is all about setting up the win condition that your foe will have no way of stopping.

2 x Kobold Librarian 

2 x Mortal Coil          

1 x Bloodbloom         

1 x Curse of Weakness          

2 x Defile       

2 x Drain Soul

1 x Cataclysm

2 x Hellfire    

2 x Lesser Amethyst Spellstone        

2 x Despicable Dreadlord      

1 x Lord Godfrey       

2 x Twisting Nether

1 x Bloodmage Thalnos

2 x Galvanizer

2 x Stonehill Defender

2 x Saronite Chain Gang

2 x Rotten Applebaum

1 x Mecha’thun

Use all of your Taunts, heals, card draws, and board clears to stay alive until you have no cards left in your deck. Over the course of the game, play the two Galvanizers to bring Mecha’thun’s cost down to 8. Then, once you’re taking fatigue damage, play Mecha’thun, and follow up with the combo of Bloodbloom and Cataclysm. You’ll end the match right then and there, while also witnessing one of the coolest animations in the game.



If you’re looking for a fun way to cheat out some hefty minions, Big Warrior has you covered. Recruit your big guns with ease and watch your opponents squirm to try to deal with them.

2 x Shield Slam         

1 x Bring It On!         

1 x Dead Man's Hand

2 x Execute    

1 x Forge of Souls     

2 x Warpath   

1 x Weapons Project 

1 x Reckless Flurry    

2 x Shield Block        

2 x Blood Razor         

2 x Brawl       

2 x Gather Your Party

1 x Dr. Boom, Mad Genius   

1 x Grommash Hellscream    

1 x Scourgelord Garrosh       

1 x Woecleaver          

1 x The Boomship

2 x Damaged Stegotron

2 x Bull Dozer

1 x The Lich King

1 x Ysera

Stay alive through the early game with your Armor gains and board clears. Then, once you can play Gather Your Party or your Woecleaver (which you acquire easily if you mulligan for Forge of Souls), start Recruiting your big minions. With scary threats like Ysera, The Lich King, and Grommash Hellscream, your opponent will have a hard time dealing with your board.



When The Boomsday Project was released, no one thought that the Mage’s new hand-size-based cards would be competitive. Well, they were right, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with them.

2 x Astral Rift

2 x Research Project  

2 x Arcane Intellect   

2 x Steam Surger       

2 x Bonfire Elemental

2 x Meteorologist      

2 x Astromancer        

1 x Luna's Pocket Galaxy      

1 x Frost Lich Jaina   

2 x Igneous Elemental

2 x Tar Creeper

2 x Servant of Kalimos

2 x Arcane Dynamo

2 x Grand Archivist

2 x Mountain Giant

Use cards like Igneous Elemental, Research Project, and Astral Rift to fill up your hand. These will power up your Astromancer and Meteorologist, enabling for some random nonsense. You can also stay in the game by using your Elemental synergy, which becomes even more difficult to deal with once you play Frost Lich Jaina. As a kicker, you can play Grand Archivist to cast Luna’s Pocket Galaxy for free, making the rest of your minions (including Mountain Giant) cost 1 mana.



Bombs, bombs, and more bombs. Keep using bombs until your opponent can’t take any more bombs.

2 x Tracking  

2 x Bomb Toss           

2 x Fireworks Tech    

2 x Venomizer

2 x Animal Companion         

1 x Spider Bomb        

1 x Deathstalker Rexxar        

1 x Boommaster Flark

1 x Goblin Bomb

2 x Mecharoo

1 x Dire Wolf Alpha

2 x Upgradeable Framebot

2 x Whirliglider

2 x Void Ripper

2 x Explodinator

1 x Fungalmancer

2 x Wargear

1 x Zilliax

You’ll want to play the cards that generate Goblin Bombs: Whirliglider, Explodinator, Bomb Toss, and Boommaster Flark. Once you have your Bombs, you can buff them up with Spider Bomb, Wargear, Fireworks Tech, Venomizer, or Zilliax. If not, you can always set them off with Void Ripper. Just keep activating the Goblin Bombs’ Deathrattle effects to drop your opponent’s Health as low as possible.



Here’s some more of the OTK goodness. Set up the ultimate lethal with the world’s most dangerous piggy.

2 x Topsy Turvy        

2 x Power Word: Shield        

1 x Test Subject         

1 x Dead Ringer         

2 x Divine Spirit        

2 x Radiant Elemental

2 x Shadow Visions   

2 x Spirit Lash

2 x Twilight's Call     

1 x Mass Dispel         

2 x Vivid Nightmare 

2 x Psychic Scream

1 x Stonetusk Boar

1 x Bloodmage Thalnos

2 x Doomsayer

2 x Loot Hoarder

1 x Sandbinder

2 x Witchwood Piper

Once you have enough mana, get your two Radiant Elementals on the board, alongside a Test Subject. Buff up the Subject with Divine Spirit, copy it with Vivid Nightmare, and kill it off with Topsy Turvey. Then, repeat the process the copy using the cards that you got from the first one’s Deathrattle. Once you’ve gathered enough spells, play Stonetusk Boar and repeat the process again. The difference is that when you use Topsy Turvey, the Boar will still be alive with enough attack to kill your opponent.



Pogo-Hopper is far from the most competitive card in Hearthstone, but it does open the window for some pretty hilarious meme decks. Get the most power out of the robo-bunny by copying it ad nauseum.

2 x Backstab  

2 x Preparation          

2 x Shadowstep          

2 x Lab Recruiter       

2 x Pogo-Hopper       

2 x Sap           

2 x Fan of Knives      

2 x Mimic Pod

1 x Sonya Shadowdancer      

2 x Elven Minstrel     

2 x Vilespine Slayer  

2 x Vanish      

1 x Sprint       

1 x Valeera the Hollow

1 x Bloodmage Thalnos

2 x Youthful Brewmaster

1 x Witchwood Piper

1 x Zilliax

The goal of this deck is to play Pogo-Hopper as many times as possible. You can bounce it back to your hand with Youthful Brewmaster, Shadowstep, and Vanish, or create copies of it with Lab Recruiter, Sonya Shadowdancer, and Valeera the Hollow. The more times you play Pogo-Hopper, the bigger it becomes and the more you’ll laugh seeing your opponent try to deal with it.



This deck brings new meaning to Malfurion’s familiar phrase, “Nature will rise against you.” With your army of angry trees, your opponent will be scratching their head trying to deal with you.

1 x Floop's Glorious Gloop   

2 x Dendrologist        

1 x Power of the Wild

2 x Wild Growth        

2 x Landscaping        

2 x Savage Roar         

2 x Branching Paths   

2 x Soul of the Forest

2 x Swipe       

2 x Wispering Woods

2 x Living Mana        

2 x Nourish    

1 x Spreading Plague 

1 x Malfurion the Pestilent    

2 x Mulchmuncher    

2 x Ultimate Infestation

2 x Arcane Tyrant

This build is all about putting Treants on the board with cards like Landscaping and Soul of the Forest. You can benefit from the expendable tokens by killing them off, making the most out of Floop’s Glorious Gloop and discounting Mulchmuncher. They can also make an intimidating board presence in their own right, synergizing with Dendrologist or potentially setting up lethal with Savage Roar and/or Branching Paths.



Shaman is known for having powerful Overload cards. With this deck, you’ll be pelting so much damage at your opponent that they won’t know what hit them.

2 x Zap!         

1 x Lightning Bolt     

2 x Voltaic Burst       

2 x Fire Plume Harbinger      

2 x Flametongue Totem        

2 x Menacing Nimbus

1 x Electra Stormsurge          

2 x Feral Spirit           

2 x Lava Burst

2 x Unbound Elemental         

1 x Storm Chaser       

2 x Thunderhead        

2 x Bloodlust

2 x Fire Fly

2 x Glacial Shard

2 x Fire Plume Phoenix

1 x Leeroy Jenkins

A lot of your cards have Overload; use that to your advantage by playing out cards like Unbound Elemental and Thunderhead. Fire Plume Harbinger can help you summon all of your Elemental minions, making it easier to create a board presence. Once you have enough minions on the board, you can use Storm Chaser to fetch your Bloodlust, allowing you to finish off your opponent with a huge burst of damage.


These are just a handful of wacky, nonsense decks you use to pull of insane combos or just confuse your opponents. If you want to have some fun in Casual mode or have some laughs on the ladder, consider these for your next matchup.

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