This is how 2 of my 3 lunch break games ended:
I notice I am confused. Something I believe isn't true. How do I know what I think I know?Harry James Potter-Evans-Verres, hpmor.com
I had a pretty great game yesterday. I was playing Aggro Druid against non Quest Warlock (most likely OwlTK). I played Nature Studies into Partner Assignment (which I chose so I could fill the board) and the random 3 drop I got was Mukla. I hoped that the Warlock would draw enough cards so I could mill something and they had 8 when their turn was over. I played Mukla and then this happened.
This was a game winning turn. So satisfying.
my first time seeing double
I think I just played the greatest game of Hearthstone ever.
I'm playing C'Thun Druid (with Wildheart Guff) against a Burgle Rogue. I got behind early as my opponent played a wide board, but I was able to Solar Eclipse into Overflow on turn 3 so I have a lot of mana to defend myself with. By turn 11 I've managed to hold on at 12 health, and I manage to clear his board with a Yogg-Saron, Master of Fate that cast a Puzzlebox.
Now this is where it gets fun. My opponent manages to get a Yogg of his own via Vanessa VanCleef, which will come into play later. At this point I'm at 12 health and 29 armor, with 19 mana in my tray thanks to Wildheart Guff. A Contraband Stash fills my opponent's board with large threats again, but I still manage to clear some of his minions again and even complete C'Thun, the Shattered on the same turn. However, he steals my C'Thun with Parrrley! He couldn't play it that turn, though.
I play the Parrrley as well and steal his Contraband Stash, which helps wipe his board again (thanks to a stray Fire Sale that I forget where I got from). But with the board free of minions now, he plays C'Thun, which I managed to survive thanks to 26 armor. With just 8 health left, I play two Cenarion Wards to tank up again, getting a Turalyon, the Tenured to kill the C'Thun so he couldn't Shadowstep it.
Next turn, my opponent plays the Yogg he got from Vanessa VanCleef, and it plays another puzzlebox that kills my two 8-drops and fills his board with some buffed up imps. I'm out of answers at that point and staring death in the face, so I played Resizing Pouch for a Hail Mary play.
Well, I got another Yogg-Saron, Master of Fate out of it, and it cast Rod of Roasting!!! And it killed my opponent!!!!
A perfect ending to an amazing game. This is why I play Hearthstone.
I just hit legend with Freeze Shaman! THE MEME IS DEAD!!!
On a serious note, it's a real fun deck to play, and pretty powerful too. One of my favorite decks ever, for sure. After years of being frustrated with my board getting frozen and locked out by Mages, I have to say it feels great to be on the other side this time.
How satisfying is it to beat a Mozaki Mage with a bunch of extremely buff sheep? Very satisfying.
How satisfying is this?
Spice Lord and self-proclaimed Meme Master.
Thanks to my opponent for giving me the unkillable minion I needed to execute this Kurtrus, Demon-Render OTK.
This is actually some amusing synergy - well played!
thanks to the HEARTHSTONE VOYAGE TO THE SUNKEN CITY PRESS KIT, i want to share what i made for a wallpaper due to the new pics. looks cool. what do you think?
Man that was good. Finally beat an armour/mechatun druid with my razakus priest. He did armour up (to +170 armor, not an amazing number) but I dirty ratted his mechatun... Than he had nothing to play and I had tons of value from kazakus and zephyr .. after going down to 80 armor+30 hp he gave up. Felt good to finally beat one at his own game
After almost 4 years and 237 defeated bosses I finally beat Monster Hunt as Toki. Now I can beat Hagatha at last and then I'll be sporting this cool cardback with bullets for the next few months.
I had Double Time and Open the Waygate, and I also managed to steal Time Warp from future Toki with Madame Lazul I got from Unstable Portal. So I had 5 turns in a row to deal with this pesky gnome.
Oh yeah, finishing the Monster Hunt with Toki was really tricky...the prevailing advice at the time was to double down on an RNG strategy and let the chips fall where they may, which was really tough as expected. Congrats, dude!
Got 9 normal legendaries and 3 golden ones from opening 140 Sulken packs :D
One of the most epic and fun games I ever had.
Despite playing HS for a long time, i just reached legend for the first time! I did it using Control Dragon/Naga Warrior!
Finally got that Legend card back, and i got Raj Naz'jan as my free legendary.
(Would have liked posting an image, but i dont know how to do it... And dont want to go through the hassle of creating an account on some site tbh.)
RNG is only fun as long as there is a 50/50 chance of getting something really good or trash level of bad. If RNG always results in something good, then it's not fun.
Quote From BrandonDespite playing HS for a long time, i just reached legend for the first time! I did it using Control Dragon/Naga Warrior!Finally got that Legend card back, and i got Raj Naz'jan as my free legendary.(Would have liked posting an image, but i dont know how to do it... And dont want to go through the hassle of creating an account on some site tbh.)
Congrats! I reached Legend for the first time 6 years after starting with the game, it's never too late! I hope you enjoyed the climb (it can be stressful sometimes).
The pleasure is mine.
My last standard decks: nothing special right now.
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