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Wild format
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With the start of the Year of the Dragon, The WitchwoodBaku the Mooneater and odd-cost related cards rotated to Wild, making Odd Mage a wild-exclusive archetype. For more information, see Game format.

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Odd Mage is a Mage deck type that formed with the launch of The Witchwood. However, it has never been a high-level deck until the addition of many strong hero-power utility tools with Rastakhan's Rumble expansion.

The core purpose of the deck is to put pressure to the opponent with early-game minions, while using hero power with the spare mana in order to activate Jan'alai's effect. The deck has many powerful options in the late game, like Jan'alai as strong late-game tempo with Ragnaros and one the most powerful control tools in the game, Knights of the Frozen ThroneFrost Lich Jaina.

Common cards[]

Wild icon.pngThis section concerns content exclusive to Wild format.

Core cards[]

The following cards are played in most or all versions of the deck:

Daring Fire-Eater
Fire Fly
Tar Creeper
Black Cat
Pyromaniac
Voodoo Doll
Stargazer Luna
Dragon's Fury
Flamestrike
Baron Geddon
Jan'alai, the Dragonhawk
Baku the Mooneater
Frost Lich Jaina

Secret build[]

The following cards are played in decks based on secrets:

Secretkeeper
Mirror Entity
Kirin Tor Mage
Counterspell
Explosive Runes
Splitting Image
Subject 9

Aggro build[]

The following cards are played in the most aggressive and cheap versions of the deck:

Arcane Missiles
Dire Mole
Cinderstorm
Clockwork Automaton
Nightblade
Leeroy Jenkins

Optional cards[]

The following cards are played more than occassionally, but not always:

Arcane Artificer
Saronite Taskmaster
Arcane Amplifier
Ironbeak Owl
Stonehill Defender
Gluttonous Ooze
Zola the Gorgon
Bonfire Elemental
Arcane Tyrant
Blast Wave
Zilliax
Blazecaller
Astromancer
Alexstrasza
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