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Soul Lock Deck

by JR Cook on

Episode 36: Soul Lock Deck This week we divulge in a little bit of mid-range Warlock that seems to pay off against those pesky Hunters!  We hope you enjoy! Deck List Soul Lock Class: Warlock Warlock (12) Soulfire x2 Power Overwhelming Flame Imp x2 Void Terror Shadowflame Voidcaller x2 Doomguard x2 Lord Jaraxxus Neutral (18) Undertaker x2 Zombie Chow x2 Acidic Swamp Ooze Haunted Creeper x2 Ironbeak Owl Harvest Golem x2 Defender of Argus x2 Loatheb Sludge Belcher x2 Illidan Stormrage Molten Giant x2

 

Deck of the Week #29: Impact’s Zoo

by Team [IHU] on

Every Friday a legendary member from team DKMR breaks down Don’t Kick My Robot’s “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team DKMR explains the deck lists and how to play them. Make sure you check out Don’t Kick My Robot if you want to become a better player or check out their premium services if you would like them to do a 1 on 1 coaching session with you to help you better your game. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Gunnar – 2P – Waypoint – Empeopled Brad here again to bring you the deck of the week. Most of us have seen Impact tear up the Sunshine open, defeating Brian Kibler, a well-known professional Magic the Gathering player, in the finals. Since it’s the start of a new season, we figured we’d write about a deck that tends to do a

Naxxramas is out with the first wing being free and with it some cards that are being played quite a bit in the meta right now. The good news for those playing on a budget is these cards while powerful, are free for you to acquire. Since these cards are viable it only makes sense to visit some of the changes we’re currently seeing with cheap decks. One of the cheapest and most powerful decks has always been Zoo in some form or another if you don’t run Leeroy. This week’s deck is no different as we’ve added a couple cards from the spider wing and the rest are neutral card staples you really should have been gunning for since week 1 of playing (such as Knife Juggler and Defender of Argus). The only rare card you might not have had is just now seeing viability in the meta and

Every Friday a legendary member from team DKMR breaks down Don’t Kick My Robot’s “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team DKMR explains the deck lists and how to play them. Make sure you check out Don’t Kick My Robot if you want to become a better player or check out their premium services if you would like them to do a 1 on 1 coaching session with you to help you better your game. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Hearthstats – Gunnar – 2P – Waypoint WhtPwdr here with another installment of the Deck of the Week. With Naxxramas finally being out we thought we would bring you one of DKMR’s first new variations of the old popular decks with the addition of the new cards you can receive by playing the new adventure mode. We will be looking at

 

Handlock Deck (Revisited)

by JR Cook on

Are you a new Hearthstone player? Are you a pro? Do you fall in the middle somewhere? This is the show that appeals to you as a player regardless of skill level. A partnership between Twizz and Studder has been established to bring you a show of expert game play and coaching from one of the top players in the Hearthstone ladder. Decks and cards are broken down and each play is thoroughly explained. So join Twizz and Studder every Monday night at 9:00CST to have some laughs, learn a lot and become a better player.

 

Deck of the Week#16: DKMR Zoo

by Team [IHU] on

Every Friday legendary player Kisstafer breaks down Don’t Kick My Robot’s “Deck of the Week” . These decks are seeing a lot of play either in constructed ladder or tournaments. Team DKMR explains the deck lists and how to play them. Make sure you check out Don’t Kick My Robot if you want to become a better player or check out their premium services if you would like them to do a 1 on 1 coaching session with you to help you better your game. View past Deck Lists of the Week. Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Hearthstats – Gunnar – 2P Kisstafer here to bring you the Deck of the Week. The deck we showcase this week is our take on a warlock board control deck. Like last week, we’re going to go over another deck that has historically been one of the most dominant decks in the game, but has recently taken a more

This evening, Blizzard posted a new class card from the Curse of Naxxramas set, which is due out this summer. This time around, the card is for the Warlock class: Voidcaller, a 4 mana cost 3/4 minion with (you guessed it!) a Deathrattle that puts a demon from your hand into play. Like the quote from Blizzard says, this card has quite a number of possibilities. With the amount of demons that have negative Battlecries, this could be an exceptionally powerful card. It will be interesting to see how it plays out when it’s released. The release of this card leaves only two class cards remaining to be revealed – the Hunter and the Priest. What do you think of the card? Let us know in the comments below or talk to us about it on Twitter and mention the @BlizzPro and @HearthProShow accounts! “So many possibilities…” Put the Warlock’s

Our series about Tavern Takeover #2 continues this week. We’re taking a look at the top 4 players from the tournament that PVP-Live put on this week and at the deck lists they chose to play. We talked about Team Curse’s Alchemixt and his 4th place finish with aggro heavy decks. Yesterday we talked about Team Curse’s KitKatz and his widely popular Warrior Control deck that helped him take 3rd place. Today we’re going to go over long time reader of BlizzPro, Gnimsh, and his 2nd place finish. Gnimsh hails from Team Dogehouse and this isn’t his first time in the finals and certainly won’t be his last. He pulled in 2nd place in the TakeTV Hearthstone Invitational and then again during Seatstory Cup. His big finish was when he won it all at the IEM Season VIII World Championship. This time $1,500 was on the line against StrifeCro and

Tavern Takeover is a Hearthstone tournament where 8 players get invited to compete for a $3,000 prize pool. The tournament streamed yesterday and you can watch the vods on their Twitch channel. This week we’re going to cover the top 4 players in the tournament and look at their deck lists. Tavern Takeover uses the King of the Hill style approach with their tournament where each player brings 3 decks. Once a deck loses it’s out, if your deck wins it goes on to play the next game. It’s a best of 5 series, so basically you win by knocking out all 3 decks of your opponent. Today we’re going to focus on 4th place player Alchemixt and his decks. Several of our BlizzPro readers will be familiar with Alchemixt when he was on team Don’t Kick My Robot. He was the author of several of our Deck of the Week

 

Deck of the Week #14: Handlock

by Team [IHU] on

Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Hearthstats – Gunnar – 2P Brad here to bring you the deck of the week. The deck we showcase this week is the one that I mainly used to get legendary this season. This week we’re going to go over handlock which has been becoming more and more popular ever since the nerf of unleash the hounds. Hunter is one of the biggest, if not, the biggest counter to handlock out there. Now that the hunter has become less popular due to the nerf, handlock has become more powerful on the ladder. The deck relies on being passive for the first few turns followed up by bombs on turn 4 and after which is usually hard for the opponent to keep up on. Although there are a few semi-counter still going around on the ladder, such as shaman, handlock can still be a contender in that matchup. Now we will go