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Tides of Time Warrior Deck

by JR Cook on

Episode 15: Tides of Time Warrior Deck This week we took the current Tides of Time Warrior Deck and made a few changes. We planned on tweaking it throughout the show but ended up not needing to. Grab some popcorn and a blanket when we hit the Shaman matchup. 48 armor anyone? Tides of Time Warrior Deck Class: Warrior Cards sorted by Low Cost Warrior (19) Execute x2 Shield Slam x2 Whirlwind x2 Fiery War Axe x2 Slam Armorsmith x2 Cruel Taskmaster x2 Shield Block x2 Kor’kron Elite x2 Brawl Grommash Hellscream Neutral (11) Acolyte of Pain x2 Gnomish Inventor Sen’jin Shieldmasta Azure Drake Faceless Manipulator x2 Harrison Jones Cairne Bloodhoof Sylvanas Windrunner Baron Geddon

Dreamhack Summer was the biggest Hearthstone tournament that the world has seen to date. With a 256 person open entry tournament and a 16 person group stage (4 of which were qualifiers from out of the BYOC with the other 12 being seeded invitees) along with a prize pool totaling $25,000, it’s no surprise that people have continued to talk about the tournament long after the last game has finished and the stream has ended. Over the course of the weekend and into this past Monday, we saw high tier play and some truly innovative decks. We’ve taken the last few days to show you the top 4 and their deck lists from this tourney and today we end it with the winner of the tournament. Today we’re going to look at the grand finals winner of Dreamhack Summer, RDU, and his winning decks. Dreamhack Summer was a great event for Hearthstone which was

Dreamhack Summer was the biggest Hearthstone tournament that the world has seen to date. With a 256 person open entry tournament and a 16 person group stage (4 of which were qualifiers from out of the BYOC with the other 12 being seeded invitees) along with a prize pool totaling $25,000, it’s no surprise that people have continued to talk about the tournament long after the last game has finished and the stream has ended. Over the course of the weekend and into this past Monday, we saw high tier play and some truly innovative decks. We’d like to take the next few days to showcase the Round of 8 deck lists that the top four finishers used. Dreamhack has been kind to Amaz over the last few outings in the circuit, as he placed 3rd/4th at Dreamhack Bucharest (along with RDU ironically enough), earning $1,000 for his trouble there. At Dreamhack Summer

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 Kisstafer here to bring you the deck of the week! This week we are going to be covering the return of midrange Hunter. Midrange Hunter made a splash recently at Dreamhack Summer with Reynad making it to top 4 with a hunter deck featuring Oasis Snapjaw and Stranglethorn Tiger. We at DKMR are giving Tempo

Dreamhack Summer was the biggest Hearthstone tournament that the world has seen to date. With a 256 person open entry tournament and a 16 person group stage (4 of which were qualifiers from out of the BYOC with the other 12 being seeded invitees) along with a prize pool totaling $25,000, it’s no surprise that people have continued to talk about the tournament long after the last game has finished and the stream has ended. Over the course of the weekend and into this past Monday, we saw high tier play and some truly innovative decks. We’d like to take the next few days to showcase the Round of 8 deck lists that the top four finishers used. Today we are going to focus on Team Managrind’s star player, Realz. Realz was able to finish in the top 4 losing to his opponent shown in the picture above, Amaz. Realz ended up bring

Dreamhack Summer was the biggest Hearthstone tournament that the world has seen to date. With a 256 person open entry tournament and a 16 person group stage (4 of which were qualifiers from out of the BYOC with the other 12 being seeded invitees) along with a prize pool totaling $25,000, it’s no surprise that people have continued to talk about the tournament long after the last game has finished and the stream has ended. Over the course of the weekend and into this past Monday, we saw high tier play and some truly innovative decks. We’d like to take the next few days to showcase the Round of 8 deck lists that the top four finishers used. Today, I’d like to focus on Reynad’s three Round of 8 decks. He finished in 3rd/4th, as there was no 3rd place decider match. Most people should be familiar with Reynad by

 

Freeze Mage Deck

by JR Cook on

Episode 14: Freeze Mage Deck This is the deck list that RDU won Dreamhack Summer with RDU Freeze mage Class: Mage Cards sorted by Low Cost Mage (21) Ice Lance x2 Mirror Image x2 Frostbolt x2 Arcane Intellect x2 Frost Nova x2 Ice Barrier Ice Block x2 Vaporize Fireball x2 Blizzard x2 Flamestrike x2 Pyroblast Neutral (9) Bloodmage Thalnos Doomsayer x2 Loot Hoarder Acolyte of Pain x2 Azure Drake x2 Alexstrasza

Some claim Hearthstone is Pay to Win. We believe that’s simply not true. With a little bit of practice and understanding of game mechanics you can easily find success with cheaply made decks. Each Monday we’ll give you a budget deck that you can easily craft with little to no time/effort/gold. Some of these will help you get up in the ranks early on, some may even get you to legendary. Make sure you check all our past budget decks if this one is not to your liking. Druid decks are really the toughest to do a budget deck on, and as a result have a tendency to be the most expensive budget decks. So while past decks have been around 1,000 dust to craft or less, this deck is going to be closer to the 3k mark. The biggest reason for this is because of what most Druid decks in the

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 Brad here to bring you the deck of the week! This week we are going to be covering is midrange Druid. Most people are familiar with one of the strongest cards in the game, Innervate, which makes this deck extremely hard to handle at times. Innervate Yeti turn 1 can be devastating to almost all

Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Hearthstats - Gunnar - 2P Written by Varranis Miracle Rogue has stood atop the meta for a while now. Similar to how Hunter Midrange’s dominance enabled Miracle Rogue’s rise to power, Miracle Rogue’s dominance is causing a few interesting suspects to pop out of the woodwork. Most interesting of these are the old powerhouse Freeze Mage and Paladin Midrange. So Freeze Mage While it has eschewed the giants of its beta brethren, Freeze Mage is still playing the same game. Namely draw cards, delay the game, and unleash a brutal torrent of fire and ice. Freeze Mage has seen a rise in play largely due to its strong Miracle Rogue match-up. Cards like Mirror Image and Ice Barrier allow you to weather the early game while Ice Block staves off Leeroy Jenkins a turn longer. Vaporize can rob your Miracle opponent of any hope of winning if it catches Leeroy Jenkins unawares.