Updated Free Decks for New and Returning Players

The following will be the new and returning player eligibility and decklists as of the launch of Patch 24.6.

The decks awarded to new and returning players have been updated with Patch 24.0! Returning players who have been away for 90 or more days will be eligible for a free deck just for logging in. New players will be eligible for their free deck after completing the tutorial, the Starter Quest quest chain, graduating from the New Player Ranks (Ranks 40-1), and then returning to the main menu.

New with Patch 24.0, returning players will be able to claim these returning decks each time they are eligible, instead of just once per account! New with Patch 24.6, instead of immediately picking a deck from the below, players will get to borrow all these decks for one week following their eligibility, so they can try them all out before making their selection.

It’s possible players may not see their chosen deck in their deck lists if they do not have an open deck slot when they choose their free deck. The cards for the deck (aside from Core Set cards) will still be added to their collections, so they can clear a deck slot and use the deck codes below to construct the decks. Core Set cards are free to all players and are earned by leveling your account.

Abyssal Assault

Class: Demon Hunter

Fish are friends, but you’re going to be food for these nasty Naga! And don’t think about sneaking by, because Xhilag of the Abyss can see everything with its Stalks.

2x (1) Battlefiend

2x (1) Dreadprison Glaive

2x (1) Fury (Rank 1)

2x (1) Metamorfin

2x (1) Vicious Slitherspear

2x (2) Amalgam of the Deep

2x (2) Chaos Strike

2x (2) Fel Barrage

2x (2) Fossil Fanatic

2x (2) Multi-Strike

2x (2) Spectral Sight

1x (3) Lady S’theno

2x (3) Predation

2x (4) Felgorger

1x (5) Bone Glaive

1x (6) Kurtrus, Demon-Render

1x (7) Xhilag of the Abyss


Beasts of the Deep

Class: Hunter

Go fishing for big beasts with Harpoon Gun and keep them coming with Selective Breeder, Revive Pet, and Pet Collector!

1x (0) Devouring Swarm

2x (1) Peasant

2x (1) Tracking

2x (1) Vicious Slitherspear

2x (2) Doggie Biscuit

2x (2) Murkwater Scribe

2x (2) Selective Breeder

2x (3) Harpoon Gun

2x (3) Naga’s Pride

1x (3) Ramming Mount

2x (3) Revive Pet

1x (4) Ambassador Faelin

1x (4) Azsharan Saber

1x (4) School Teacher

2x (5) Pet Collector

1x (6) Beaststalker Tavish

1x (7) Hydralodon

2x (7) Mountain Bear

1x (9) King Krush


Techtonic Titans

Class: Mage

The beasts of the deep are no match for Ini Stormcoil’s mechanical marvels! Swarm the board and use Gaia, the Techtonic to upgrade your fleet.

2x (1) Click-Clocker

2x (2) Amalgam of the Deep

2x (2) Annoy-o-Tron

2x (2) Deeprun Engineer

2x (2) Security Automaton

2x (2) Trench Surveyor

2x (3) Azsharan Sweeper

2x (3) Gorillabot A-3

2x (3) Mecha-Shark

2x (3) Seafloor Gateway

2x (3) Seascout Operator

1x (4) Deepwater Evoker

1x (5) Ini Stormcoil

1x (6) Balinda Stonehearth

2x (6) Mothership

1x (8) Gaia, the Techtonic

2x (10) Drakefire Amulet


How Illuminating

Class: Priest

Put on your finest Serpent Wig and you’ll be shining bright! Take advantage of the Naga’s spellcasting abilities to overwhelm your opponent.

1x (0) Priestess Valishj

2x (1) Serpent Wig

2x (1) Shadow Word: Devour

2x (1) Shard of the Naaru

2x (1) Vicious Slitherspear

2x (2) Amalgam of the Deep

2x (2) Bless

2x (2) Murkwater Scribe

2x (2) Queensguard

2x (2) Radiant Elemental

2x (2) Thrive in the Shadows

2x (3) Crushclaw Enforcer

2x (3) Handmaiden

2x (3) Treasure Guard

1x (3) Zola the Gorgon

2x (4) School Teacher



Class: Rogue

Generate random cards to try to hit the jackpot! Tess Greymane and Contraband Stash let you double down on powerful cards you get.

2x (0) Preparation

2x (0) Shadowstep

2x (1) Blackwater Cutlass

2x (1) Gone Fishin’

2x (1) Peasant

2x (2) Jackpot!

1x (2) Maestra of the Masquerade

2x (2) Reconnaissance

2x (2) Tooth of Nefarian

2x (2) Wicked Stab (Rank 1)

2x (3) Shroud of Concealment

2x (4) Swiftscale Trickster

2x (5) Contraband Stash

1x (5) Queen Azshara

2x (5) Wildpaw Gnoll

1x (7) Tess Greymane

1x (8) Shadowcrafter Scabbs



Class: Warlock

Create a massive Murloc army with the help of Chum Bucket. With Life Tap, you’ll never stop mrgl’n.

2x (0) Murloc Tinyfin

2x (1) Murloc Tidecaller

2x (1) Rock Bottom

1x (1) Sir Finley, Sea Guide

2x (2) Amalgam of the Deep

2x (2) Azsharan Scavenger

2x (2) Chum Bucket

2x (2) Lushwater Murcenary

2x (2) Lushwater Scout

2x (2) Voidgill

2x (3) Bloodscent Vilefin

2x (3) Coldlight Seer

2x (3) Murloc Warleader

2x (3) Twin-fin Fin Twin

2x (5) Gorloc Ravager

1x (8) Gigafin


Enjoy, and we’ll see you in the Tavern!


This seems like a big step up in terms of viable decks .
Im surprised you re giving away so many good cards after years of mostly sub par free decks.

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Those are straight up current Sunken City decks, yes? I skimmed a bit over them and couldn’t find an unfamiliar “face” so far. Hunter, for instance, looks like a 30 card Big Beast deck from before Renathal came in.

Oppsie. :face_with_open_eyes_and_hand_over_mouth:
They are last season’s deck builds from the Collection Manager’s pre-build suggestions.

Soli decks very good decks :slight_smile:


Are they available NOW or on Natrhia launch?

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Thanks for trying to help me, but I’m afraid you didn’t understand my question. OF course the codes work :slight_smile: I want to know if they are being offered RIGHT NOW to returning players.

I compared both and don’t see any difference ¿?

I know what it says (but thanks for trying to help), but I want to be 100% sure (confirmed by Blizzard or by someone who chose them). I know for experience that we can’t trust what is first written 100%, and last time there were updated with Sunken City launch.

patch 24.0 is live. There is your confirmation!

Ok, now you’re being obnoxious. I’ll wait for confirmation more solid than whatever you have to say.

Its already been provided. TWICE.
By a blue, in the OP:

You have your answer.

24.0 is live, as are the rewards. From the mouth of Blizzard.

It’s been SAID, not PROVED. Maybe you are too thick to understand the difference.

It is acvtive. Blizzard has said so.

What part of “with 24.0 XYZ” are you having issues with?!?

“Blizzard has said so” happened to not be true many times. What part of PROVEN you do not understand?

Your question has been answered.

Your lack of comprehension is your own failure.
You are the weakest link.

I have to say, some of these decks look competitive. Good on you, Team 5!

Can you point me to the differences?

Forgive this for being off topic, but @Gnomesayin, is there any chance we can have more Demon Hunter portraits introduced to the forum? I have only found Kurtrus, but, he’s sadly not my favorite. I think he’s rather dull.