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Deck of the Week #5, Handlock

by Team [DKMR] on

Every Friday legendary player Alchemixt 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 explain 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.net Alchemixt here from team Don’t Kick My Robot to bring you this week’s Deck of the Week. The deck that we are going to highlight this week is a Warlock deck called Handlock. This deck is quite different in playstyle compared to almost any other deck out there and it can be quite difficult to play with and

 

Studder Rogue Deck

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 BlizzPro and Don’t Kick My Robot has been established to bring you a show of expert game play and coaching from a team 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. Live on Air: Monday 9:00 PM CST Channel: TwizzCast Email: podcast@blizzpro.com Twitter: @TwizzBP @DontKickMyRobot Episode 2: Studder Rogue Deck DKMR Studder Rogue Deck Class: Rogue Cards sorted by Low Cost Neutral (18) Argent Squire x2 Bloodmage Thalnos Loot Hoarder x2 Blood Knight Harvest Golem x2 Defender of Argus x2 Gnomish

 

How To Mulligan

by [DKMR]Varranis on

Team DKMR: Twitter | Website | Forums Sponsored by: Hearthstats.net Howdy Blizzpro! Varranis here from team Don’t Kick My Robot to change things up a bit! This week we’ll be talking about mulligans and how to improve how you mulligan. So what is a mulligan? The term originates from golf, where it refers to a free shot sometimes given to a golfer in informal play when the previous shot was poorly played. More generally, a mulligan refers to a “redo” or a “second chance.” The term was popularized in competitive card games by Magic: The Gathering. In Magic: The Gathering, a player may declare a mulligan after drawing his or her initial hand, shuffle his or her entire hand into their deck, and draw a new hand with one less card. A player may do this any number of times, drawing one less card each time. Hearthstone has less strict mulligan rules, allowing you to

 

Hearthstone Newbie Survival Guide

by Zenstyle on

So, you’re new to Hearthstone, eh? No worries, we all were at some point! Regardless of your experience with collectible card games, we’re glad to have you. This super handy guide should provide you some basic information to get you through the opening tutorial and subsequent practice matches. Your goals should be getting into the game and unlocking heroes. Becoming a professional Hearthstone player comes later! The first thing you’ll need to do is make your way through the tutorial. It should take you about a half an hour and is fairly straightforward. You’ll be given specific advice initially, with the later matches leaving you a bit more room to experiment. If you’re having trouble beating these opening matches (and that’s totally fine) feel free to take a gander at the video below. It shows all of the tutorial duels and relatively easy ways to beat them. After besting the

Every Friday legendary player Alchemixt 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 explain 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 Alchemixt here from team Don’t Kick My Robot to bring you this week’s Deck of the Week.  And the deck is, Standard (Aggro) Hunter. Hunter decks are a favorite on the ladder for their lightning fast games, consistency, and its also pretty cheap to build. There seems to be many variations of Hunter as well

In a perfect world we’d all own every single Hearthstone card. They’d all be golden. We’d all have card backs. There’d be no bugs that make us want to flip tables in rage. Unfortunately, that’s not a world we live in (yet) and we’re forced to make due with what we have. If you’re reading this and possess every single legendary card in Hearthstone, beat it scrub! I’m just kidding, you can stay, but today we’re going to look over replacements for legendaries. Some are obvious, some less so. The goal here is for players with less to get more out of their decks. Leeroy Jenkins  Replacing Leeroy is fairly straightforward. There are a fair number of neutral minions with charge and the question on which to choose depends on your mana curve and overall strategy. Wolf Rider and Bluegill Warrior are both solid, and more importantly totally free to

Team DKMR: Twitter | Website Alchemixt here from team Don’t Kick My Robot to bring you this week’s Deck of the Week.  This week the deck that we are going to talk about is a really fun version of Druid that has become more popular recently and that our own team member Varranis used to hit legendary in constructed ranked. In this version of Druid, you make “Tokens” or many small creatures from cards like Imp Master and Violet Teacher to be combined with Savage Roar for massive damage. DeckList DKMR Druid Tokens Innervate x2 – Used to power up your early plays to get out cards like Imp Master and Harvest Golem out. Sometimes, it is used for a quick Force Of Nature Combo. Argent Squire x2 – One of the better one cost creatures and works very nicely with all of the buffs you give to you creatures. Power Of The Wild

Alchemixt here from team Don’t Kick My Robot to bring you this week’s Deck of the Week. It is our goal to have these articles add a more competitive aspect to BlizzPro. Alchemixt has achieved top 100 legend ranking in all 3 seasons (rank 12 at the end of season 1). And recently took 1st place at NESL Pre-Season Cup#2. The deck that we are going to talk about this week is a version of control warrior that Alchemixt used to great success in the tournament mentioned above. Not only is this deck powerful and very good, it is also fun! There is a ridiculous amount of synergy in this deck as well as some powerful combos. Next, we will provide a deck list along with detailed explanations on why each card is there and its function in the deck. Deck List DKMR Warrior Control Class: Warrior Cards sorted by Low Cost Warrior

 

Gul’dan Gets Aggressive

by Shoctologist on

First, let me just say: thanks for the warm reception last week! I was (and still am) excited to start writing for Blizzpro and your feedback and welcome made my first article all that much better.  Let’s keep that ball rolling this week with an in-depth look at the deck that currently has me sitting at Rank 1 (and, if not for kids, work, and school, Legendary already): Warlock Aggro. What is “Aggro”? First, let me explain what I mean when I say aggro; I realized that a lot of people are new to the card game genre and aren’t familiar with all of the lingo, so I want to make sure we’re all on the same page.  An “aggro”, or aggressive, deck is simply one that aims to start winning the game during the first phase of the game (the early game).  There are generally three accepted phases in

 

Druid Midrange for a Druid Metagame

by Shoctologist on

Before I jump into talking about the deck of the week this week, I want to take a couple of sentences to introduce myself. My name is Michael “Shoctologist” Martin, and I’m a lifelong Magic: the Gathering competitive player and columnist; recently, I’ve also gotten into competitive Hearthstone as well, and the folks here at Blizzpro have let me come on to do articles here as well.  Last season, despite spending the majority of my time grinding arenas for missing legendaries (since I can’t afford to buy a ton of packs with four kids), I still managed to hit level four before the reset.  This season, I’ve already made it to level five in the limited amount of time I get to play (full time job, full time school, four kids) and I’ll hit legendary before the season is up. Now that you know a little about me, let’s jump

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