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- Gabriel Knight in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Apr 18, 2017 10:30 am
You start a game and you'll probably face extremely, mindless aggressive Warriors or Shamans, boring Jade Druids, or the yawn fest that are Dragon and Miracle Priests. Even worse, with the new Journey to Un'Goro expansion, Crystal Rogues and Taunt Warriors are the norm, and most of the times the frustration of playing against them really sets in. Yeah, it gets old pretty fast, but a lot of times building a deck can be problematic, and trying it against the same decks over and over again becomes a chore.
Here, I bring you an uncommon deck, the Secret Mage. While it's not totally rare, you won't see it that much, and this is supported by the fact that almost nobody runs Eater of Secrets. Journey to Un'Goro changed this a little with the addition of new and interesting cards to help the d
- Gabriel Knight in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Apr 06, 2017 3:52 pm
The new Hearthstone expansion has been launched today, and if you're like me, then you'll probably be totally oblivious to anything related to it. I have no clue which cards are introduced, nor the mechanics involved. So, here I bring to you the opening of 84 packs for your enjoyment, which will also let us learn all about the Journey to Un'Goro.
So, wanna join me or not??
The quality is terribad, I know.
I forgot to change it and then I was all like "OMG LET ME DO IT AGAIN!!1"
HALL OF FAME
As soon as the game starts, you'll be informed that some cards are being moved away from the Standard play in order to be forgotten in Wild. They're the following:
* Ice Lance: remember Ice Mage? Yeah, never mind...
* Conceal: what, no more impossible to stop 8/8 Edwin at turn 2? That's... awesome!
- Wub in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Aug 03, 2016 8:04 pm
Warriors gather, it’s time to pursue the kingdom of Stormwind! The new Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft weekly Tavern Brawl is a rarity. Rather than competing with other players under strange circumstances, you’ll find yourself trying to defeat yourself?
Every time you do damage to Stormwind, its health increases rather than decreases. This is key, as the objective of this tavern brawl is to our score yourself by getting the health as high as possible. You win when you die, so regardless of your performance, as long as you don’t concede you can get yourself that sweet free pack.
The hero power, barracks, summons a minion from Stormwind. This minion will increase stats based on the attack of Stormwind’s weapon, which gains one attack every turn.
A lot of area of effect cards are crucial
- Wub in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Aug 02, 2016 9:02 pm
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft does it again with a special look into some of the content in the new adventure, One Night in Karazhan. We get a look at a new Warlock card called “Kara Kazham!” that summons a 1/1 Candle, a 2/2 Broom, and a 3/3 teapot. In yesterday’s post on this adventure I said that multiple minions are a key theme in this Brawl.
There was also the announcement of a pretty epic Paladin minion. The Ivory Knight has a Battlecry: Discover a spell. Restore Health to your hero equal to its cost. Isn’t that awesome? Paladins seem to get all the good spells.
There was also the announcement of a legendary named Barnes, who summons a 1/1 copy of a minion in your deck. He seems like a very particular type of card, and building a deck around him seems a bit inefficient to be hone
- Wub in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Aug 01, 2016 8:49 pm
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft simply never ceases with the surprises. Whether it’s a new recruitment system, changing up the format of the entire game, or simply introducing one of its signature adventures, you can always expect something new and exciting.
The theme of the new adventure, One Night in Karazhan is right up my alley. It takes an otherwise serious setting, following the most dark and tense set in the game, and slaps you right in the middle of a disco party. Not only would I love to party with Medivh (can’t think of anyone who wouldn’t) but the cards also look like they’re really going to be interesting.
A lot of the cards we’ve seen so far either summon multiple minions, or focus on summoning minions through non-traditional means. Like the card that does five damage and s
- RabbitFootTV in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Jul 29, 2016 9:02 am
Today Blizzard announced the fourth adventure for Hearthstone, One Night in Karazhan will be released on August 11th. According to the trailer Medvish is throwing a hell of a party in Karazhan and we are all invited. The new adventure will have four wings + one special wing that we will get for free and will introduce 45 new cards to the game. Each wing will cost 700 gold or $6.99 and those who will buy the whole adventure within the first week will get s special card back.
Take a look at the first 7 cards revealed.
- Mimiron in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Dec 26, 2015 11:15 am
eSports are growing in popularity and caster jobs are among the most desired in the community. They not only require a great voice, professional game knowledge; it's you're very own persona and brand, which gives you recognition. A lot of players strive to become casters, while they have no stepping stones or gain no recognition at all, this is why I'm sharing this piece of news I came across. There's a caster casting currently for Hearthstone going on, so if you have what it takes, head over to this website and follow the instructions. You'll find a video you need to download and then record yourself (voice will suffice). Then, doing some Twitter magic @PlayHearthstone and you're in.
Best of luck to anyone participating! You can make your dreams come true easily!
- Mimiron in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Dec 26, 2015 11:10 am
Lead Hearthstone Designer Ben Brode is talking about Consistency in his latest video of Developer Insight. Consistency is an important factor in a physical card game; if a card doesn't do what the description says, you can't play the game. What about digital?
- RabbitFootTV in Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraftposted at Jun 17, 2015 12:15 pm
The new Tavern Brawl mode for Hearthstone is out. For the first week Tavern Brawl has two preset decks while you will play as Ragnaros the fire lord or as Nefarian. Each of the two heroes (or better villains) has a unique deck with brand new cards and some classic ones. Since these two fellows are not just some ordinary guys the battle between them feels epic, each deck has some pretty overpowered cards and their hero's power feels that way too. Which one of these two you will get when you step into the brawl is random and Nefarian feels more powerful than Ragnaros in my opinion.
After you win your first brawl you will be awarded with one classic back while the final reward depends on how many wins you will make by the end of the week.