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HearthPro Episode 32: Comrade Starbucks

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We have a listener voice mail and an email to answer, and Stephen’s response puts everyone else’s to shame. Shauna’s family finds out that she is Hearthstone-famous. In a rare live appearance, Rob joins us to recap the Hearthstone Fireside Gathering in Orlando he organized. We also cover the recent Dreamhack Hearthstone Tournament in Bucharest, and Shauna and Stephen have a big difference of opinion about the performance of one of the shoutcasters. Michael breaks down a hybrid Warlock deck, one of the most interesting decks from the tournament. A recent Value Town interview with Ben Brode inspires a discussion about imperfect game balance in Hearthstone. Finally, Marc subjects his co-hosts to another minion quiz. Who will come out on top?

Your hosts:

Marc aka @shamanrongar
Shauna aka @Mageycaketwitch.tv/trin1595youtube.com/user/mageycake 
Stephen aka @sastewart111twitch.tv/leviathan111
Michael aka @shoctologisttwitch.tv/shoctologist1youtube.com/user/shoctologist
Robert aka @RobertAWingtwitch.tv/zenstyle

Intro performed by: Lucas Reis @Lucas_ReisRBMyoutube.com/user/LuckReisBR

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Marc Huber

Marc is dad to three kids and lives in the Chicago suburbs. He plays Rongar the Orc shaman in World of Warcraft. He blogs about Hearthstone and co-hosts HearthPro Show, the official podcast of BlizzPro for all things Hearthstone.

8 responses to “HearthPro Episode 32: Comrade Starbucks”

  1. AtlasShrugged80 says:

    So, I’m an attorney that works in downtown Atlanta. On this glorious Friday morning in the south, I woke up at 8:30 after a few, half-asleep snooze button presses. Coincidentally, 8:30 is the exact time I’m due at work. After calling the judge to announce my lateness, skipping a shave of the prepubescent and patchy growth on my neck and chin, and forgetting my watch on the table, I started up the car and fired up my favorite Hearthstone podcast.

    My day began turning around when I heard, “we have a voicemail.” I thought, “wow, they are going to address my question.” This quickly turned into, “holy crap, they are going to play the voicemail,” and then ended with, “ugh, do I really sound like that?” Regardless, thanks for the shout-out and for treating my ears to some dope hearthstone rhymes to flush out the sound of my voice.

    Also, in light of the new season starting, this handy chart is a helpful link for those confused about beginning of the season ranks and “bonus stars” (co-signed by Zeriyah): http://www.reddit.com/r/hearthstone/comments/205klj/good_news_everyone_bonus_star_table/

    Take care…

    • Trin says:

      I totally get the “OMG is that what I sound like?!” feeling. It took me more than a few episodes to get used to hearing myself! Thanks for your voice mail that lead Stephen and Marc down that amazing rabbit hole of awesomeness and thanks for your added info on the bonus stars!


    • Stephen Stewart says:

      +1 for being in the legal field! Glad to hear we could help turn around your Friday and thank you for the voicemail! 😀

    • Rongar says:

      Thanks again for the voice mail. And for inspiring the rap legend that shall henceforth be know only as “The Stu”.

  2. Trin says:

    That card is perfect on every level!

  3. chris says:

    can you please tell leviathan that its HAR-TH-STONE

    not HER-TH-STONE…its so cringey to listen to him mispronounce it every single time. i seriously have to skip past him talking sometimes, i cant take it.

    • Rongar says:

      We’ll treat any future infractions like a swear jar. For BlizzCon beer money. Steve Stu buyin’ all the rounds!

    • Stephen Stewart says:

      Sorry, man. I was raised in a Jamaican household and among all my friends, I always pronounced everything strangely. I get that it’s pronounced differently than I say it, but it actually doesn’t feel natural for me to say it that way. *shrugs*

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