One of the best things about Hearthstone is that it’s unbelievably fun to watch. As such, many players have taken to streaming their games for the public to join in on their greatest triumphs and most crushing defeats. These streams often produce some great footage that gets highlighted or thrown on YouTube. Some of them even inspire fan-made homages to the streamers themselves. Today, I’d like to present to you some of the lighter side of streaming.
Kripparrian Sound Board
Arguably one of Twitch’s and Hearthstone’s most successful streamers, Kripparrian has been known for his love of Arena play. As such, he has logged hundreds of hours of it, much if not all of it streamed for our pleasure. A fan decided to take some of the key phrases that Kripp is known to utter in reaction to what’s happening in his games and create a Kripparrian sound board. Any of you that frequent his stream will be familiar with many of these and CERTAINLY find them hilarious.
Amaz’s Fuzzy Math
Everyone who has ever aspired to play the Priest at a remotely competitive level (*ahem*) should surely know who Amaz is. With some of the most innovative and complex combos, knowing the outcomes of your moves and the amount of damage being assigned to different targets is key to playing Amaz’s Priest well. In this video, Amaz explains why 1 actually equals 2. However, his opponent seems to have arrived at a different answer…
apDrop’s Mind Games
And no, we’re not talking Priest cards anymore. A lesser known streamer, apDrop tends to play later at night (at least in my timezone), but is entertaining and also very responsive to chat on top of explaining his mode of thinking. This video is a prime example of why he makes the decision he makes and it results in a rather funny response from his opponent.
I hope you enjoyed this round of streamer highlights. Do you have any of your own videos that you’d like to submit or some interesting/entertaining ones you’ve run across recently? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know! You may see it featured next time around.