Im excited already started tearing through Naxx cant wait for the additional wings to open
2nd wing very soon ;D super hyped!
I think your analysis of Nerubian Egg missed a very important use for the card - insurance against board wipes. I usually play a control-ish Paladin as my main deck, and I've found Eggs work quite well for protecting my board presence against indiscriminate AoE. Having an egg down punishes classes that would usually counter mine, Mages using Blizzard or Flamestrike, Rogues using Blade Flurry, etc. It also combos fantastically with a Pyromancer/Equality board wipe, leaving them with nothing and me with a 4/4 ready for action.And, at worst, the card is an absolute magnet for Silences, which means there's one less Silence to hit my Tirion or Ysera. Good deal for only 2 mana.Next week I fully assume Loatheb and Unstable Ghoul will be teched into nearly every deck for their anti-zoo, anti-Miracle/Freeze value. The meta is going to shift - hard - next week, probably to ramp-style druids abusing Mark of the Wild combined with Stoneskin Gargoyle.
I have made a nice play with Force of Nature, Poison Seed and a Violet Teacher. Even without the Teacher, it's a nice way to keep the Force's Treants after the've attacked.
I agree that Poison Seeds is kind of awkward, but I did see a nice play with it. I faced a druid that dropped double Nerubian Eggs and on their next turn used Poison Seeds giving them 2 4/4s and 2 2/2s. I thought it was a pretty cool play, but it only worked because I was drawing absolute crap and had no way to deal with the eggs in my hand.
I've been running Nerubian Egg in constructed Pally and love the results. Sword of Justice and even Blessing of Kings have been beneficial, as well as Abusive Sergeant and Shattered Sun Cleric. What's even better is if you can get the egg to die while you still have sword charges, leaving you with a 5/5 afterwards.