Primordial Protector Hunter


I was wondering why nobody was playing or at least testing Primordial Protector, so looked at the different classes who could support him and decided to go with Hunter.

At first, I tried an aggro version witch Nagrand Slam as big finisher and support for Primordial Protector, but then decided to go for a more midrange style and added deathrattle support in form of Jewel of N'Zoth.

As I looked for playable deathrattle cards in hunter I was surprised on the low number of good options. In the end I chose two copies of Teacher's Pet, two copies of Smug Senior and Taelan Fordring.

Taelan Fordring was a great addition to the deck because it could help to draw Primordial Protector.

Other great cards in this deck are:

· Animated Broomstick to gain tempo from Primordial Protector and Jewel of N'Zoth

· Cult Neophyte helps against mage in the first turns

· Surprisingly Pack Kodo is a great card. It smoothens out your curve and helps to survive till your power turns. While playing I found out that discovering Sphere of Sapience can help you keep the rest of your big Spells in your deck, when you already drawn two.

A one-drop worth considering is Kindling Elemental, which can help you bring out Primordial Protector one turn earlier.

Read more:  A Small Guide to Reaching Legend with Soul Demon Hunter

Other deathrattles I thought about were Savannah Highmane, Darkmoon Tonk, Cairne Bloodhoof.

### P r o t e c t o r

# Class: Hunter

# Format: Standard

# Year of the Gryphon


# 2x (1) Animated Broomstick

# 2x (1) Wolpertinger

# 2x (1) Wound Prey

# 2x (2) Cult Neophyte

# 2x (2) Imprisoned Felmaw

# 2x (2) Quick Shot

# 2x (2) Tame Beast (Rank 1)

# 2x (3) Bearshark

# 2x (3) Pack Kodo

# 1x (4) Kazakus, Golem Shaper

# 1x (5) Taelan Fordring

# 2x (5) Teacher's Pet

# 2x (6) Smug Senior

# 2x (8) Jewel of N'Zoth

# 2x (8) Primordial Protector

# 2x (10) Nagrand Slam




Against aggro or No Minion Mage I try to mulligan for Wolpertinger, Wound Pray, Cult Neophyte and Imprisoned Felmaw. It's imported to get the board under control before you run out of hp. I like to overtrade a bit because of the heavy top end.

Against slower decks I like to see Kazakus and Taelan Fordring. Kazakus because he’s a great card to created board pressure or refill your hand with the draw two option. Taelan Fordring helps you find Primordial Protector.


For the most part you play curvestone and try to bring the board under your control and hit sometimes face so your big finisher can end the game. While playing I found out that the coin is a valuable resource against mage and paladin. With the huge popularity of Mage, it isn’t unlikely that counterspell is created through Ring Toss. The deck plays already small spells, but it often happened that I haven’t had a small spell to play alongside one of the big spells, so I like keeping the coin for this situation.

Read more:  March Deck List Compilation | Weekly Report #97

The deck isn’t at its optimum and can be tweaked. But I like the direction of this deck and hope you guys have some ideas to improve on its weaknesses.

Winrate: 53% (27-24)


Demon Hunter: 33% (1-2)

Druid: 0% (0-1)

Hunter: 56% (5-4)

Mage: 55% (11-9)

Paladin: 40% (2-3)

Priest: 100% (1-0)

Rogue: 33% (1-2)

Shaman: 67% (2-1)

Warlock: 60% (3-2)

Warrior: 100% (1-0)

English isn’t my first language, but I hope it’s understandable.

Also, first post, so if the structure is off, I’m open to criticism.


Similar Guides

More about HearthStone

Post: "Primordial Protector Hunter" specifically for the game HearthStone. Other useful information about this game:

Top 20 NEW Medieval Games of 2021

Swords, dragons, knights, castles - if you love any of this stuff, you might like these games throughout 2021.

10 NEW Shooter Games of 2021 With Over The Top Action

We've been keeping our eye on these crazy action oriented first and third person shooter games releasing this year. What's on your personal list? Let us know!

Top 10 NEW Survival Games of 2021

Survival video games are still going strong in 2021. Here's everything to look forward to on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and beyond.

You Might Also Like

Leave a Reply

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