Does anyone know, how HoF'ing of basic cards works?
As Northshire Cleric has no dust value you dont get any dust, right?
If i own 2 normal and a golden copy, do i get 1 normal and 1 golden or 2 + 1?
If i level my priest to a degree, when i would have 2 golden Northshire Clerics, but after they get HoF'ed, do i get the missing cleric?
From the brawls i played i got the impression that the 3 animal blessings are always the same for a given class.
For Priest i recommend Blessing of the Pig (coin for minion played): 3 wins in 3 games.
For Shaman i recommend Blessing of the Monkey (evolve a minion at end of turn): 6 wins out of 6 games.
To everyone who has an open, unfinished old adventure like League of Explorers (Heroic mode cardback) or Knights of the Frozen Throne (Arthas Portrait for paladins):
You should finish it NOW, because SN1P-SN4P-based decks can handle the most bosses with ease.
Edit: I just tested it and found out, it is already live. No more SN1P-SN4P shenanigans.
In my opinion it is a comeback card after a boardclear for quest shaman: For 8 (this card + double battlecry) mana you fill the board and force your opponent into the next boardclear or a really big taunt minion.
This card as a concept was overdue, but why only for rogues and not neutral, and why legendary, not common or rare?
Not sure, if this is the right place to post or already noticed:
Since the patch the key symbols for highest arena wins in the quest log are upside down.
Why did Blizzard not warn players AGAIN that there is an additional quest for a tavern brawl? I lost 1 quest due to this lack of communication.